Juried Erotic Art Show
Over 250 patrons and artists attended the opening of the First Annual Juried Erotic Art show. The exhibition features 38 items that were selected from over 200 entries. The exhibit runs until June 30, 2006. To visit the gallery,contact Jennifer Solomon, email@example.com
The Kinsey Institute's Erick Janssen and a host of other researchers explore the possibilities of using digital diaries in their work.
Nancy Lethem starts a new career as a private consultant.
A member of the Bloomington art community, the late John Beck has given The Kinsey Institute many fine pieces from his art collection.
Heather Rupp examines how the brain processes sexual imagery.
KI Librarian works on multicultural issues with Joint Conference of Librarians of Color.
New collection focuses on contemporary polyamory movement.
Library project team digitizes over 25,000 articles and media coverage of the American response to the “Kinsey Reports.”
The mission of The Kinsey Institute is to promote interdisciplinary research and scholarship in the fields of human sexuality, gender, and reproduction. The Institute was founded in 1947 by renowned sex researcher Alfred Kinsey. Today, the Institute has two components, an Indiana University research institute and a not-for-profit corporation, which owns and manages the Institute's research data and archives, collections, and databases.