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Cameras are usually viewed as photography’s workhorses, existing only to fulfill their operators’ vision. However, an upcoming exhibition at the OSU Museum of Art looks at cameras from a different perspective – as objects of design, intended to please the eye as well as create images.

The 2018 Masterpiece Moments event, An American Artist at the Table, will combine artists’ talents and the community’s commitment to the arts in a fun-filled night on Saturday, April 28, at 6 pm.

 Rebecca Drolen will visit the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art this month to present an artist talk, introduce her exhibition of photographic work, and continue an ongoing collaboration with OSU students.

Essential to human progress, the discovery and mastery of metal has long influenced diverse practices in art. On view from Jan. 30 to June 9, Metal Works will examine the pervasive and varied use of metal in the visual arts.

Through a selection of more than 70 rare, vintage prints, Impressionist to Modernist: Milestones in Early Photography will offer visitors a closer look at a pivotal period in the development of photography.

The OSU Museum of Art Student Advisory Committee invites all university students to enjoy downtown Stillwater’s growing local business and art scene in the first-ever Final Friday Art Crawl. Beginning at 5 pm on March 30, students will have the opportunity to experience live music, art galleries, studios, and more.

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art is pleased to introduce Maxine Warren: The Universe in a Monotype, on view from Nov. 14 – Feb. 3.

To accompany Kiki Smith and Paper: The Body, the Muse, and the Spirit, the OSU Museum of Art is pleased to announce a series of programs featuring visiting artist Wendy Jehlen.  

In association with Kiki Smith and Paper: The Body, the Muse, and the Spirit, the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art is pleased to announce a reception and panel discussion featuring the artist.  

Heralded as one of the most innovative and distinctive voices of her generation, Kiki Smith has spent almost 40 years addressing the joys and perils of humanity through her artwork. This fall, a selection of her drawings, prints, and sculptures is on display at the OSU Museum of Art from Aug. 8 through Dec. 2. 

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