Monthly Archives: March 2011

Salvador Dalí, “The Quest,” 1981

Central to the design of the museum is the collection it will contain. As I’ve worked with the collection for the past two years, I have had the pleasure of introducing students to a resource that few of them knew … Continue reading

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Designing the Museum: Elizabeth Wilson

Elizabeth Wilson is a fourth-year student in the School of Architecture at Oklahoma State University. Last fall, she participated in a class project called “Ideas for the New OSU Art Museum,” in which students conceptualized and designed renovations for the … Continue reading

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Spring Break!

It’s spring break, so we won’t have a blog update this week. Are you traveling for the break? Keep an eye out as you visit museums for innovative design, programming, and—of course—art!

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Designing the Museum: An Interview with Kyle Nelson of Manhattan Construction Company, Oklahoma City

On February 25th, the Oklahoma State University Regents selected Manhattan OKC as construction managers for the OSU Museum of Art. Kyle Nelson is the Project Manager for the Postal Plaza Museum renovation. Kyle and his team have strong OSU ties: … Continue reading

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