Monthly Archives: November 2011

Giving thanks

Like all organizations that rely on donors to keep their doors open and programs running, at this time of year our thoughts are turning to year-end giving. There are many reasons to donate before the end of December, from pragmatic … Continue reading

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Margot Holt Bostick, “The Welder,” 1943

In October of 1943, the Milwaukee Journal described Margot Holt Bostick as a “little known woman etcher” from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Bostick had just been awarded first prize in a national exhibition of graphic arts organized by Artists for Victory entitled … Continue reading

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Meet the Faculty: Justen Renyer, Assistant Professor

The third in a series of interviews with faculty, this week’s post is a conversation with Assistant Professor Justen Renyer. Professor Renyer teaches graphic design, including motion design, video editing, and interactive design, in the Art Department. His students’ work … Continue reading

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Fall 2011 Interns: Field Trip!

Last Friday, the museum staff and three of our interns—Crystal Labrosse, Christina Naruszewicz, and Skylar Smith—went to Tulsa to visit a variety of art-related institutions. We began at the Pierson Gallery, where owner Linda Pierson spoke with us about her … Continue reading

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Transforming the Postal Plaza: midweek update!

I stopped by the Postal Plaza this afternoon to see the ongoing demolition for myself—including some remnants of “Genus Genius” student artwork. Even though it’s only the middle of the week, I couldn’t resist sharing some of the photos I … Continue reading

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