Purdue University Galleries has opened two new exhibits: BIJIN, KABUKI, & SUMO, 19th century Japanese woodblock prints from Purdue University Galleries' collections; and 50/300: Art Inspired by the Feast of the Hunters' Moon, celebrating the 50th annual Feast and the 300th anniversary of the founding of Fort Ouiatenon. WBAA's John Clare spoke with Erika Kvam, Fountain Gallery Coordinator at Purdue Galleries about the shows.
Find out more about the exhibits here. BIJIN, KABUKI, & SUMO at Ringel Gallery in Stewart Center runs through August 4. 50/300: Art Inspired by the Feast of the Hunters' Moon features a juried exhibition of local and regional artists at the Fountain Gallery through June 16th.