The Arts

Nowhere are the arts more dynamic than on the UNI campus. Among the many opportunities for art lovers is the spacious and elegant Gallery of Art.

The gallery sponsors nine major art and design exhibitions from across the country.

The Gallery of Art also showcases a variety of smaller auxiliary shows, including the annual UNI faculty and juried student exhibits.

As the home of the UNI Department of Theatre's productions, the Strayer-Wood Theatre is a vibrant, fully-equipped theatre building that houses two performance spaces-- the Strayer-Wood Theatre and the Bertha Martin Theatre. The Strayer-Wood Theatre routinely produces four main stage productions annually, in addition to hosting special events, such as the Iowa Thespian Festival, Sturgis Youth Theatre performances and classes, and guest artist lectures and residencies.

The ability of the arts to influence and transform lives is evident to anyone attending a production at the Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center (GBPAC), featuring the best Broadway shows, classical musicians, dance companies and national recognized performers.

Located in the heart of the UNI campus, the $23 million center opened in 2000 and is also home to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Symphony Orchestra, and provides classroom and rehearsal space for UNI music students.


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