About the Show
The Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show premiered in 2006 at the Kinsey Institute Gallery. For the first two years, the emphasis was on erotic art, but beginning in 2008, the parameters of the competition were expanded to include artworks addressing gender issues, sexuality, reproduction, sexual politics, romantic relationships, and the human figure. Last year the exhibition, having outgrown the space available in Morrison Hall, was moved to the Indiana University School of Fine Arts Gallery.
Artworks from previous juried shows may be viewed by following the links below:
Audio & Video
Listen to an interview with jurors Betsy Stirratt and Garry Milius (audio only) (5:07)
Watch a video of opening night, featuring interviews with artists & models, and public reactions to the artwork. You can also view a larger version of this video on our YouTube channel.
- Lisa D. Freiman, Ph.D.Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at the Indianapolis Museum of Art
- Betsy StirrattDirector of School of Fine Arts Gallery at Indiana University
- Garry MiliusAssistant Curator at The Kinsey Institute