Category Archives: student curating

Between Reality and Imagination: The Works of Loraine Moore

We interrupt our regularly scheduled posts this week to announce a wonderful opportunity for you, our readers, to help support an upcoming exhibition of the work of Loraine Moore, curated by OSU graduate students in Art History. A student of Doel … Continue reading

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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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Sharing a Journey: Open House

Happy Martin Luther King, Jr., Day! “Sharing a Journey,” our inaugural exhibition, opened last Monday, and on Saturday we hosted an open house for our colleagues in museums and academia, as well as the artists and donors who contributed to … Continue reading

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Curating Collaboration: The Cross Timbers

The Cross Timbers: a Winter Landscape is a collaborative exhibition curated by the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art and the Department of Landscape Architecture. OSUMA Graduate Research Assistants Krystle Brewer and Mary Kathryn Moeller participated in classroom critique and … Continue reading

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Students as Curators: collaboration and professionalization

A couple of weeks ago I blogged about the new program of student curating in the Gardiner Gallery, a partnership between the OSUMA staff and the Art History Organization. Students have enthusiastically taken up the challenge of using the permanent … Continue reading

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Students As Curators: Mini-exhibitions in the Gardiner Gallery

At the beginning of the Fall 2012 semester, the OSU Museum of Art staff pioneered a new student curating program in the Gardiner Gallery. I had noticed that exterior-facing side of the south wall in the gallery was underutilized by … Continue reading

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Transforming the Postal Plaza: “Genus Genius” Reception and Demolition

Last Wednesday night, we held the public reception for the student exhibition, Genus Genius, at the Postal Plaza. Over a hundred people came out to see work by thirty students that was slated to be destroyed the very next morning. … Continue reading

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