Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Growing Collection: A Gift of African Metalwork from Robert Navin

Last summer, we held an exhibition of African art drawn from the collection of Larry and Mattie Harms. The Harms’s generous donation of over 250 objects to the Oklahoma State University Art Collection—and the success of the resulting exhibition, “Building … Continue reading

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Breaking News: the OSUMA and social media

Midweek update: Jordan Griffis, our public relations expert on staff, has been expanding our presence on social media. Have you been following us: on our website? on Facebook? on YouTube? on Twitter? You can get basic information about the museum, … Continue reading

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Spring Break!

Once again, it’s Spring Break this week in Stillwater—so we won’t have a new blog post until we get back. Are you traveling for the break? Who are you going to tell about the OSU Museum of Art, our growing … Continue reading

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Designing the Museum: An Academic Advisory Board

A couple of weeks ago, Shawn and I convened the first meeting of the Museum’s academic advisory board. An open group of faculty from across the university, the board was formed in order to make sure that Oklahoma State University … Continue reading

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The Pleasures of the Archive: Joe Baker’s Student Projects

Sometimes—dare I say often?—the joy of research is finding something you weren’t looking for. This semester, intern Sara Roberts is creating archive files for Oklahoma State University faculty artists, and in the course of her research she has been going … Continue reading

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