The Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show

[Images from past Juried Art Shows]

The first Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show was held in 2006 at the Kinsey Institute Gallery. After three years, the exhibition had outgrown the space available in Morrison Hall, prompting the move to the Indiana University School of Fine Arts Gallery in 2009. This venue, now known as the Grunwald Gallery of Art, continues to host the Juried Art Show each summer. Artworks from the juried shows are available at the links below:

Upcoming 2015 Juried Show opens May 15 in the Grunwald Gallery of Art at Indiana University-Bloomington.

Top image, from left to right: Poppetts II, Alpha Couple, Leslie Rodgers (Exhibited in The Kinsey Institute's 2008 Juried Art Show); Bedding #2 (2007), Andrew Winship (Exhibited in the 2007 Show); Exam 2 (2006), Sarah Sudhoff (Exhibited in the 2008 Show)

The competition for the 2015 Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show closed on February 15. All participants were notified of the jurors’ selections by Monday, April 6.

Please join us for the exhibition which opens on Friday, May 15 and continues through Saturday, July 11, 2015 at the Grunwald Gallery. An opening reception will be held from 6:00 to 8:00 pm on May 15; this event is free and open to the public.

Support the Show! With your generous help, we will be able to give exceptional artists more substantial cash awards to assist them in their work, provide an exciting opening reception with opportunities to meet artists from across the country, and expand our outreach activities. In-kind support, such as reception catering or promotional assistance, is also invaluable and greatly appreciated. Click here for more information about the juried show and the benefit packages available for making a tax-deductible contribution. To make your gift now, please follow this link to our donation page: (please include “For Juried Art Show” in the Additional Comments box).

If you have questions or would like to be added to our e-mailing list, please contact Kinsey Institute Curator Catherine Johnson-Roehr.