UI Stanley Museum of Art
Stanley Visual Classroom (3rd floor, Iowa Memorial Union, 125 N. Madison St., Iowa City)
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 am–5 pm; Thursday: 10 am–9 pm; Saturday and Sunday: 12 pm–5 pm
UI Museum of Natural History
—11 Macbride Hall (University of Iowa Pentacrest, Iowa City)
Tuesday–Saturday: 10 am–5 pm; Sunday: 1 pm–5 pm
Figge Art Museum
—225 W. 2nd St., Davenport, IA
Tuesday and Wednesday: 10 am–5 pm; thursday: 10 am–9 pm; Friday and Saturday: 10 am–5 pm; Sunday: 12 pm–5 pm
—CSPS Hall, 1103 3rd St. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA
Wednesday–Saturday: 10 am–6 pm; Sunday: 12 pm–4 pm
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art
—410 3rd Ave. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA
Tuesday–Wednesday: 12 pm–4 pm; Thursday: 12 pm–8 pm; Friday: 12 pm–4 pm; Saturday: 10 am–4 pm; Sunday: 12 pm–4 pm
National Czech and Slovak Museum
—1400 Inspiration Pl SW, Cedar Rapids, IA
Monday–Saturday: 9:30 am–4 pm; Sunday: 12 pm–4 pm
African American Museum of Iowa
—55 12th Ave. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA
Tuesday–Saturday: 10 am–4 pm; Sunday: Closed
Local Exhibits & Openings
time now for ghosts
—Curated by Center for Afrofuturist Studies resident Jamillah Hinson
—Public Space One (229 N. Gilbert St. Iowa City)
—Opening reception Friday March 6, 5–8 pm
A group exhibition exploring traditional nature-centered spiritualities and realities as they are interpreted through the practices of Black artists working with an afrofuturist lens and hand.
Hard Won, Not Done: A Century’s Struggle
—Old Capitol Museum (University of Iowa Pentacrest, Iowa City)
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th amendment, the exhibition examines suffragists’ work at the national, state, and local levels which carried us through our first step toward gender equality: a woman’s right to vote.
The Pull of Horses on National and Local Histories and Identities
—Curated by Kim Marra, Departments of Theatre Arts and American Studies, and Mark Anderson of the Digital Scholarship & Publishing Studio, University of Iowa Libraries
—University of Iowa Library Gallery (125 W. Washington St., Iowa City)
This exhibition screens the original documentary film The Pull of Horses in Urban American Performance, 1860-1920 at life-sized scale amid displays of local equine history. The exhibition offers glimpses of Iowa City town and campus life, as well as national equestrian culture—especially as many women took up riding and advocated for suffrage.
Fluidity, 20/20, and Follow Her Lead
—Stanley Visual Classroom (3rd floor, Iowa Memorial Union, 125 N Madison St, Iowa City)
The Stanley Visual Classroom serves as the temporary exhibition space for the UI Stanley Museum of Art, which is under construction and will open in 2022. Follow Her Lead presents art from Africa and the African diaspora to explore womanhood and leadership across time and cultures. Fluidity examines how artists capture our complex relationship with water. 20/20 engages the science of seeing. In addition to these curated exhibitions, we present over seventy examples of Yoruba twin figures from the J. Richard Simon Collection in visual storage.
By Women for Women
—Hudson River Gallery and Frame Co. (501 12th Avenue, Coralville, IA)
—Opening reception: Friday, March 5, 6–8 pm
An exhibition to benefit the Kathleen A. Edwards Fund for Contemporary Art by American Women at the UI Stanley Museum of Art.
—First Friday Series organized by Vero Rose Smith, UI Stanley Museum of Art
—FilmScene on the Ped Mall (118 E. College St., Iowa City)
—Friday, March 6, 5–7 pm
Female and gender non-binary artists are underrepresented in cultural institutions. Our March First Friday features a juried selection of local art that touches on issues of representation and repression. Artists include Bekah Ash, Sarah Fitzgerald, Jenny Gringer, and Zoe Hermsen. Additionally, this event supports FilmScene’s “Reel Representation” initiative.