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Miller M. Arch Lecture Series
The Miller M. Arch Lecture Series brings prominent working artists and architects to the J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program in Columbus. These lectures are open to the community.Learn more about the series
The Republic Building
The J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program is housed in the newly outfitted Republic Building. The building is an architecturally important modernist building that has been designated as a nationally recognized historic landmark since 2012.Learn more about the building
Miller M. Arch Gallery
The Miller M.Arch Gallery in Columbus’s newly renovated Republic Building, home to the Eskenazi School’s J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program, hosts several successful shows over the course of each academic year.Learn more about the gallery
Through the exploration of art and architecture, our program empowers individuals to discover their creative voice and become community-minded, globally-engaged artists and designers.
Linking art and architecture
The J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program is uniquely based on twin studio experiences of architectural design and studio art. Cross-pollination of these allied disciplines creates fertile ground for the development of the imagination. Our multi-disciplinary curriculum will embolden you to pursue innovation at the intersection of art and architecture.
Columbus is our campus
Our program is housed within the nationally landmarked Republic Building, which is one of over eighty significant works of architecture in the city of Columbus. This extraordinary urban environment has been forged through collaborative community partnerships and a unique stakeholder engagement process that underpins our educational mission. You will explore, study, and live in this extended campus of architectural ideas.
The streets become your classroom through comparative study of international cities, where students travel to conduct independent research across a series of dense and culturally rich environments. This studio focuses on the connections between urban form, architecture, and art, with an emphasis on self-discovery and engagement of global issues. You will partner with leading artists and designers across the globe to immerse yourself in their unique cultures.
Visit + connect
To learn more about the Miller M.Arch at Indiana University, or to schedule a visit, contact:
J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program