IOWA CITY — Early May is a busy time across the University of Iowa campus — with students cramming for finals and wrapping up projects while faculty and instructors prepare for and complete assessments.

But the standard spring surge is amplified this year for the UI School of Art and Art History as it collides with the deadline for moving out of the temporary space it’s been inhabiting across town for eight years.

Still, many faculty and students are OK with the earlier deadlines and extra work — given the circumstances. They are moving into a new $77 million Visual Arts Building at 107 River St.

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Cedar Rapids Gazette