Monthly Archives: March 2014

Jerome Tiger, “Old Memories,” 1966

Students in “History of Twentieth Century Art” last fall had the option to research objects in the OSUMA collection, and I’ve been featuring highlights from their papers this spring. This week’s post is adapted from research and writing by Kyra … Continue reading

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Briefcase, Senegal, late 20th century

This week, we hear again from students in Professor Jennifer Borland’s students in the art history survey, ART 2613. As it has done several times in the past, Professor Borland’s class included student research on objects in the permanent collection. … Continue reading

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Spring Break—means time for some research!

Happy Spring Break, OSU Art Collection Blog readers! For OSU students and faculty, Spring Break means many different things: this time last year, for example, I was in England with a wonderful group of students having the study abroad experience … Continue reading

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Pablo Picasso, “Toros en Vallauris,” 1955

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. This week’s author is Megan Hughes, who … Continue reading

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Brummett Echo Hawk, “The Creek Council Tree,” ca. 1967

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. This week’s author is Hilary Wallace, who … Continue reading

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