Events Listed As Conferences and Camps

Upcoming Events
1 p.m.
Calendar: Museum of Art
Museum of Art LogoOffered through the Indiana Academy for Sciences, Mathematics and Humanities website. Participants will explore issues of censorship in world art, including examples from the David Owsley Museum of Art, with docent and art teacher Margie Frank. Controversial art subjects related to current events, history, music, literature, and politics will be discussed. Middle and high school students will make the connection between the past and present and understand how censorship has impacted art for centuries. Through museum exploration, discussion, and debate, students will form their own personal philosophy, design posters, and develop a manifesto focused on issues of censoring artists.
1 p.m.
Calendar: Museum of Art
Museum of Art LogoOffered through the Indiana Academy for Sciences, Mathematics and Humanities website. Participants will explore issues of censorship in world art, including examples from the David Owsley Museum of Art, with docent and art teacher Margie Frank. Controversial art subjects related to current events, history, music, literature, and politics will be discussed. Middle and high school students will make the connection between the past and present and understand how censorship has impacted art for centuries. Through museum exploration, discussion, and debate, students will form their own personal philosophy, design posters, and develop a manifesto focused on issues of censoring artists.
1 p.m.
Calendar: Museum of Art
Museum of Art LogoOffered through the Indiana Academy for Sciences, Mathematics and Humanities website. Participants will explore issues of censorship in world art, including examples from the David Owsley Museum of Art, with docent and art teacher Margie Frank. Controversial art subjects related to current events, history, music, literature, and politics will be discussed. Middle and high school students will make the connection between the past and present and understand how censorship has impacted art for centuries. Through museum exploration, discussion, and debate, students will form their own personal philosophy, design posters, and develop a manifesto focused on issues of censoring artists.
1 p.m.
Calendar: Museum of Art
Museum of Art LogoOffered through the Indiana Academy for Sciences, Mathematics and Humanities website. Participants will explore issues of censorship in world art, including examples from the David Owsley Museum of Art, with docent and art teacher Margie Frank. Controversial art subjects related to current events, history, music, literature, and politics will be discussed. Middle and high school students will make the connection between the past and present and understand how censorship has impacted art for centuries. Through museum exploration, discussion, and debate, students will form their own personal philosophy, design posters, and develop a manifesto focused on issues of censoring artists.
1 p.m.
Calendar: Museum of Art
Museum of Art LogoOffered through the Indiana Academy for Sciences, Mathematics and Humanities website. Participants will explore issues of censorship in world art, including examples from the David Owsley Museum of Art, with docent and art teacher Margie Frank. Controversial art subjects related to current events, history, music, literature, and politics will be discussed. Middle and high school students will make the connection between the past and present and understand how censorship has impacted art for centuries. Through museum exploration, discussion, and debate, students will form their own personal philosophy, design posters, and develop a manifesto focused on issues of censoring artists.
All Day Event
Design Works Summer StudioThis academic experience is for high school juniors and seniors of all backgrounds and professional interests. Offered by the College of Architecture and Planning.
All Day Event
Design Works Summer StudioThis academic experience is for high school juniors and seniors of all backgrounds and professional interests. Offered by the College of Architecture and Planning.
All Day Event
Design Works Summer StudioThis academic experience is for high school juniors and seniors of all backgrounds and professional interests. Offered by the College of Architecture and Planning.
All Day Event
Design Works Summer StudioThis academic experience is for high school juniors and seniors of all backgrounds and professional interests. Offered by the College of Architecture and Planning.
All Day Event
Design Works Summer StudioThis academic experience is for high school juniors and seniors of all backgrounds and professional interests. Offered by the College of Architecture and Planning.
All Day Event
Design Works Summer StudioThis academic experience is for high school juniors and seniors of all backgrounds and professional interests. Offered by the College of Architecture and Planning.
All Day Event
Design Works Summer StudioThis academic experience is for high school juniors and seniors of all backgrounds and professional interests. Offered by the College of Architecture and Planning.
9 a.m.
Calendar: Museum of Art
Museum of Art LogoOffered through the Indiana Academy for Sciences, Mathematics, and Humanities website. Children in 3rd–5th grade will explore books, music, and art during a week in the David Owsley Museum of Art. Explore Ball State’s very own world-class art museum while you experience new cultures through their stories, unique sounds, and inspiring works of art. Campers will try their hand at art inspired by 20th century prints, Pacific Northwest totem poles, mandalas, and scroll paintings. At the conclusion of the week, parents will be invited to a special celebration to jet set around the world and see where art, music, and literature have taken their camper all in a week’s time! Children registered for both camps may stay for lunch. Click the link above for contact information and online registration.
1:30 p.m.
Calendar: Museum of Art
Museum of Art LogoLearn techniques to create a sculpture in a variety of media with artist-teacher Aaron Nicholson. This course takes inspiration from the museum’s African and Pacific Island galleries. Participants will incorporate techniques using readily available materials found in our local environment. Materials provided. AR 223, Fine Arts Building and Museum of Art. Ages 16 and up. Limited to 10 participants. Cost: $20; $15 for Friends members and Ball State students.