Monthly Archives: June 2011

Breaking News: New Museum Position Available!

The OSU Museum of Art project is currently seeking a Museum Gallery Assistant, and we’re looking for someone to start as soon as possible!  This is a great opportunity for recent graduates, those seeking experience in a rapidly changing museum … Continue reading

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Understanding Our Audiences: A Survey of Gardiner Gallery Use By Students

Although there are works from the OSU Museum of Art Collection all over campus, our primary exhibition venue is the Gardiner Gallery, in the Bartlett Center for the Visual Arts. Last spring, associate curator and Gallery director Shawn Yuan surveyed … Continue reading

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Designing the Museum: Inspiration from the AAM conference

This week’s blog post is written by our Associate Curator and Director of the Gardiner Gallery, Shawn Yuan, about one of his experiences at the American Association of Museums’ annual conference, held a few weeks ago in Houston, Texas. I … Continue reading

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Student Research: Brogan Ross on the Harms Collection of African Art

This week’s post is excerpted from a research project undertaken by our Spring 2011 museum intern, Brogan Ross.  She takes us back to the Harms Collection of African Art, which she investigated with the help of Associate Curator Shawn Yuan. … Continue reading

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Designing the Museum: Inspiration from the AAM conference

As promised, over the next few weeks Topher, Shawn and I will be sharing some of our most inspiring experiences from the American Association of Museums’ annual conference, which was held in Houston, TX, from May 22-25, 2011 – just … Continue reading

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