Monthly Archives: February 2014

Karl Umlauf, “Memorial,” 1990

As it has done several times in the past, Professor Jennifer Borland’s Fall survey class, ART 2613, included student research on objects in the permanent collection. This spring, we are featuring student work both on the blog and in the … Continue reading

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Publishing the Collection: Scholarly Research at the OSUMA

All kinds of research happens at the OSU Museum of Art, as long-time readers of this blog know only too well. Students, faculty, community members, and others all use the collection to enhance their experience of academia and their knowledge … Continue reading

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Silver Drachma, Alexander the Great (Hellenistic Greece, 336-323 BCE)

As it has done several times in the past, Professor Jennifer Borland’s Fall survey class, ART 2613, included student research on objects in the permanent collection. This spring, we are featuring student work both on the blog and in the … Continue reading

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The Perplexing Art and Philosophy of Jean Dubuffet: “Barbe des Perplexités,” 1959

Students in “History of Twentieth Century Art” this fall had the option to research objects in the OSUMA collection. For the next few weeks on the blog, I will be featuring their research. First up is student Lindsay Gernhardt, who … Continue reading

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