The Iowa Biennial Exhibition at The University of Iowa, July-September 2004.
Beginning January 1, 2006, The Iowa Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Miniature Prints, begins accepting entries for submissions of the 2006 edition. For current details and information visit the 2006 Exhibitions site or click here.
The purpose of the Iowa Biennial Exhibition is to both introduce the public to contemporary prints from around the world while enlarging the collection of works within the Iowa Biennial Exhibition Archive and making them available for academic research, museums, artists, and print students alike. While works within the research archives can never be sold, they will be used to promote a greater awareness of the uniqueness and beauty of the print and print mediums.
The Iowa Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Miniature Prints 2006 will initially be exhibited at Kirkwood College’s Nielsen Hall Gallery and The University of Iowa’s Project Art Gallery and thereafter will become an international traveling exhibition for a period of up to two years. Additional venues for travel and exhibition are currently being considered and scheduled.
All jury-selected works are retained by The Iowa Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Miniature Prints while all works submitted are retained within The Iowa Biennial Exhibition Archive.
For current details and information visit the 2006 Exhibitions site or click here.