Category Archives: staff research

Fun With Numbers: “Sharing a Journey,” QR codes, and Blog Statistics

The opening exhibition at the Postal Plaza, a survey of the permanent collection entitled, “Sharing a Journey: Building the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art Collection,” included links to this blog, in the form of QR codes (those little square … 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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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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Join Our Conversation! Highlights from the Permanent Collection at the Postal Plaza Gallery

We’re open! It was incredibly gratifying to see more than three hundred people at our community opening last Thursday, and I hope we’ll see many of those who were in attendance again in the weeks to come—as well as those … Continue reading

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Spring Break: A Trip to England

Last week was OSU’s Spring Break, and I had the distinct pleasure of taking a group on a week-long tour of London—plus a day trip to Bath. Among the students and staff accompanying me on the trip were our two … Continue reading

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The Growing Collection: A gift of monoprints by Maxine Wood Warren

A focus of the OSUMA collection is modernist work by Oklahoma artists. Unsurprisingly, many artists across the state who were interested in avant-garde aesthetics were also involved in art education—and Maxine Wood Warren, the subject of this week’s post, was … Continue reading

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The Growing Collection: An etching by John Taylor Arms from Charles F. Scott ’56

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, the OSU Art Collection is continually growing. Sometimes these gifts fill in gaps in the collection, allowing us to engage meaningfully with new audiences. Other gifts deepen our existing collections, adding richness and … Continue reading

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