Grunwald Gallery of Art

  • 1201 East 7th Street
  • Fine Arts Building, Room 123
  • Bloomington, IN 47405
  • (812) 855-8490

The Grunwald Gallery at IU's Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts represents contemporary art (made in the last 20 years) by significant regional and nationally known artists as well as by students within the school.  These exhibitions are supplemented with lectures, gallery talks, tours and other programs. The public is invited to all events and special tours can be arranged by calling 812-855-8490. The gallery is accessible to people with all abilities. Hours are Tues.-Sat. Noon - 4 pm. All events and exhibits are free.


The Friends of Art Bookshop, located adjacent to the Grunwald Gallery in the Fine Arts Building at Indiana University, is one of Bloomington's best kept secrets. FoA Bookshop maintains an extensive line of art books in all fields of interest as well as a wide variety of cards, posters, jewelry, and art-related gift items. Profits from all sales go directly back to the students of IU's School of Fine Arts, supporting talented young art students. Your purchases help to sponsor student travel, research, internships, tuition, and much more. Store hours are Mon.-Thurs. 9 am - 6 pm and Sat.-Sun. 1 - 5 pm (reduced hours during the summer and other IU breaks.)

Indiana Tattoo: History and Legacy, Opening Reception & Tattoo Demonstration

  • January 13, 2017
  • (812) 855-8490

Roy Craig Cooper aka "Roy Boy" is one of most iconic tattooers and overall wild men in the history of the State of Indiana. Roy began tattooing in 1969 in Balboa, Indiana and later moved to Gary, Indiana. He would eventually set up his own shop, "Roy Boy's Place" and then later opened... Learn more

Indiana Tattoo: History and Legacy

  • Recurring weekly on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until February 3, 2017
  • (812) 855-8490

Roy Craig Cooper aka "Roy Boy" is one of most iconic tattooers and overall wild men in the history of the State of Indiana. Roy began tattooing in 1969 in Balboa, Indiana and later moved to Gary, Indiana. He would eventually set up his own shop, "Roy Boy's Place" and then later opened... Learn more