Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Harms Collection of African Art: Graduate Students Catalogue the Collection

This week’s post is written by Krystle Brewer and Mary Kathryn Moeller, the OSUMA’s Graduate Research Assistants. Krystle and Mary Kathryn have been working with the permanent collection in anticipation of our move to the Postal Plaza Gallery (and the … Continue reading

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“Femfolio” at the Oklahoma State University Foundation

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art is proud to partner with the OSU Foundation and the Malinda Berry Fischer Gallery to present the Femfolio, a portfolio of prints by twenty women artists whose work changed the face of American … Continue reading

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Under Construction: Building the Postal Plaza Gallery

It’s been months since I shared an update about the Postal Plaza Gallery—but not because nothing has been going on! Like every building project, there’s a lot that happens behind the scenes. Our architects, Elliott & Associates, were working with … Continue reading

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Introducing New Students to the Gardiner Gallery

This week’s post is by Jordan Griffis, who is responsible for the OSU Museum of Art’s public relations and outreach. When I noticed the incredible uptick in class visits to the Gardiner Gallery this semester, I invited her to write … Continue reading

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“Sir Robert Peel,” attributed to George Henry Harlow (1787-1819): a formal analysis

The first writing assignment in ART 3663: History of American Art this semester was a formal analysis of a colonial-era portrait from the collection of the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art. Last time I taught the class, students wrote … Continue reading

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