Monthly Archives: March 2016

“How were we caught? Why did they stay?” Student Casey Pankey on a photograph by Walker Evans

In Fall 2013, students in History of Twentieth Century Art wrote about works from the OSU Museum of Art permanent collection for their final research projects. In this blog post, I excerpt a paper by Casey Pankey, who went on … Continue reading

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The Tableware Collection of Carla Wilson

My students in Art Since 1960 last Spring interviewed people they knew who were collectors—self-described or otherwise. Last spring I shared a couple of those interviews, which covered a wide range of collections and people. This spring our blog season begins … Continue reading

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