Monthly Archives: November 2012

Students As Curators: Mini-exhibitions in the Gardiner Gallery

At the beginning of the Fall 2012 semester, the OSU Museum of Art staff pioneered a new student curating program in the Gardiner Gallery. I had noticed that exterior-facing side of the south wall in the gallery was underutilized by … Continue reading

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Field Trip to Wichita

This week’s post is by Jordan Griffis. Last Wednesday, the museum team and student workers went on a field trip to Wichita, Kansas. The trip to Wichita gave us all an opportunity to visit some new art museums and network … Continue reading

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Veterans Day

People don’t often think of art and the US military as connected, but many of the artists in our collection—as well as collectors who have donated to the OSU art collection—were in the service at some point in their careers. … Continue reading

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Building Partnerships: visiting the Doel Reed Center for the Arts in Taos, New Mexico

At the end of last week I was in Taos, New Mexico—home of the Doel Reed Center for the Visual Arts—for an art history conference. And although I had attended the conference several times before, I’d never visited the Doel … Continue reading

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