Category Archives: museum exhibitions

Intentional Exposure: Interdisciplinary Perspective

From April 2 through June 1, 2019, the student-curated exhibition “Intentional Exposure: Photography from the Permanent Collection,” was on view at the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art in the Malinda Berry Fischer Gallery. Part of my Spring 2019 course … Continue reading

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Intentional Exposure: Mademoiselle Anita’s Night Out

From April 2 through June 1, 2019, the student-curated exhibition “Intentional Exposure: Photography from the Permanent Collection,” was on view at the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art in the Malinda Berry Fischer Gallery. Part of my Spring 2019 course … Continue reading

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Intentional Exposure: Installation week

Last week was installation week for students in ART 4813/5813: Museum Exhibition/History of Photography. We went from blank walls: Through some discussion and design: And some strategizing by the education team: To … well, you’ll have to come and see!

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Intentional Exposure: Students Curating the Permanent Collection

This spring, I’m teaching ART 4813/5813: Museum Exhibition; our special topic is the history of photography. Student curating is always an adventure, because it brings together group work, subject learning, and real-world outcomes—all on an ambitious timeline! In fact, in … Continue reading

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See Your Art and Make It, Too: Robert Rauschenberg at the OSU Museum of Art

This spring, students in Art Since 1960 honed their skills as critical writers. Art critics introduce work to a wide variety of audiences, suggesting ways that museum and gallery visitors might approach work, putting artists and artworks in historical context, … Continue reading

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An Indifference To History: James Rosenquist’s Work Through The Decades

At the very end of the Fall semester, my students in ART 3663: History of American Art wrote about the James Rosenquist exhibition currently on view (extended until May 9, 2015) at the OSU Museum of Art. All semester, I’ve … Continue reading

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James Rosenquist: Everyday Advertising

At the very end of the Fall semester, my students in ART 3663: History of American Art wrote about the James Rosenquist exhibition currently on view (extended until May 9, 2015) at the OSU Museum of Art. All semester, I’ve … Continue reading

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