Monthly Archives: June 2013

Benjamin Harjo, Jr., “Honoring the Spirit of All Things,” 2001

This week’s post is by Amber Anderson, a student in Native American Art and Material Culture in Spring 2013. Students in the class wrote about work by Native American artists from the OSU Museum of Art permanent collection. Honoring the … Continue reading

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Jonny Hawk, “That’s The Indian Problem Today,” undated

This week’s post is by a Spring 2013 student in “Native American Art and Material Culture,” Kristen Enyart. Students in the class wrote about works by Native artists in the OSUMA collection, some of which were subsequently exhibited at the … Continue reading

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Spring 2013: Intern Stephanie Dunn in the collection

Our Spring 2013 intern, Stephanie Dunn, was a senior who graduated in May. She plans to attend graduate school at the University of Oregon in the fall. Her internship was not her first experience with the collection—which she had used … Continue reading

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Designing an Exhibition: A Visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Any day now, the staff of the OSU Museum of Art is going to move into the Postal Plaza Gallery—and just a few short months from now, we will open to the public. Our opening exhibition, “Sharing A Journey,” will … Continue reading

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