Dedication of the Republic Building as the Home of IU’s New Architecture Program
Built in 1971, the 23,000-square-foot Republic Building in Columbus, Indiana, now houses the new IU J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program, a course of study leading to a master’s degree in architecture. Primarily based in Columbus, the program is named for Miller, a Columbus native who transformed the city into a hub for modern architecture and public art. The one-story glass-and-steel structure was designed by renowned architect Myron Goldsmith to house the Republic newspaper, which remained in the space until 2016. Join us for the dedication ceremony, a unique opportunity to celebrate this landmark’s new role in the life of Indiana University.
Thursday, January 31, 2019
333 Second Street
Columbus, IN 47201