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A Sense of Movement:

Native American Art from the Charles Little Collection
Curated by OSU Museum of Art Academic Initiatives Intern Ruth Sanchez, this selection of works from the Charles Little Collection highlights the artists' use of various elements such as line, form, and space to create a sense of movement. The display is on view at the Orange Wall, Student Union Basement, March 1 - 24, 2023.

Gender in a Flash

Conversations about Gender through Photography
This display — installed in the museum lobby's mini-vault — was curated by OSU senior and museum intern Micah Daisy Damon. Featured pieces were chosen from the OSU Museum of Art Permanent Collection. On view March 15-July 30, 2022. 

Flat Land and Dynamic Cultures

Selections from the Charles Little Collection of Native American Art
Curated by OSU senior and museum intern Sam Holguin, this exhibition of art was installed in the OSU Student Union Gallery. The show was made possible in part with the help of OSU Museum of Art Advocates, the OSU Student Arts Alliance, the OSU Native American Student Association and the OSU Center for Sovereign Nations. On view January 28 - February 28, 2022.

Native American Veteran Artists

Curated by art history student and museum intern Sam Holguin, Native American Veteran Artists was installed in the OSU Museum of Art's mini-vault. 
The Native American veterans in this installation not only served in the U.S. military, but they were also popular artists recognized across the country. This mini-show acknowledges their artistry, indigenous culture, and service to the country.
Brummett Echohawk served in the National Guard during World War II and created work reflecting his time in the military and life as a Pawnee native. Harding Big Bow was also a veteran of World War II who later devoted his life to advocating for Native American religious freedom through his artwork. Jerome Richard Tiger — who served a short period of time in the U.S. Navy — developed his artistic skills between school and work before gaining national attention for his paintings of Native American life. On view October 26, 2021 - March 22, 2022. 


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