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Current Exhibitions


Little Nemo's Progress
Animation and Contemporary Art

August 6 — December 14, 2019: Little Nemo's Progress: Animation and Contemporary Art highlights the processes (and creative possibilities) involved in crafting digitally-constructed spatial environments. The exhibition features a selection of works, organized thematically and largely drawn from the Thoma Foundation Collection of Digital and Electronic Art.


Image: Jennifer Steinkamp, Bouquet 1, 2013, computer animation, projector. Courtesy the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation.


The Southwest in Motion
Navajo, Pueblo, and Hopi Paintings from the Charles Little Collection

June 11 — September 14, 2019: The twenty paintings on view in The Southwest in Motion are a first glimpse into a generous gift from Charles Little to the OSU Museum of Art. The exhibition includes works by Navajo, Hopi, and other Pueblo artists.


Image: Myron Beeson, Early Morning Kachina Dancer, 1983, tempera on paper. Gift of Charles Little, 2018.008.001


It's a What?

April 16 August 17, 2019: Do you think you know what's a what? Come in and play our permanent collection game called It's a What? The game features objects on view from the George R. Kravis II Collection of industrial design recently gifted to the Museum. Playing the game may also have you thinking about the why’s behind these objects’ creation.







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