Monthly Archives: March 2013

Spring Break: A Trip to England

Last week was OSU’s Spring Break, and I had the distinct pleasure of taking a group on a week-long tour of London—plus a day trip to Bath. Among the students and staff accompanying me on the trip were our two … Continue reading

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Designing the Museum: The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University

In February 2011, I visited the campus of Michigan State University—my former employer. While there, I took the opportunity to check out the construction site for the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, which was destined to replace the Kresge … Continue reading

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Curating Collaboration: The Cross Timbers

The Cross Timbers: a Winter Landscape is a collaborative exhibition curated by the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art and the Department of Landscape Architecture. OSUMA Graduate Research Assistants Krystle Brewer and Mary Kathryn Moeller participated in classroom critique and … Continue reading

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The Growing Collection: A gift of monoprints by Maxine Wood Warren

A focus of the OSUMA collection is modernist work by Oklahoma artists. Unsurprisingly, many artists across the state who were interested in avant-garde aesthetics were also involved in art education—and Maxine Wood Warren, the subject of this week’s post, was … Continue reading

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