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Displayed across the OSU campus for one year, Action Abstraction presents six monumental bronze sculptures by internationally known artist Bill Barrett.

"Masterpiece Moments: Artist at the Table"  will combine artists’ talents and the community’s commitment to the arts in a fun-filled night on Saturday, May 6, at 6 pm.

The OSU Museum of Art has announced that it is one of 75 institutions from across the country selected to participate in the inaugural year of the Collections Assessment Preservation (CAP) program.

The OSU Museum of Art is pleased to introduce "The Art of Asian Languages," an exhibition of 40 works exploring intersections between art and written language in contemporary East Asian culture. Representing a variety of styles and media, the artworks convey not only a complex cultural heritage, but also respond to recent changes in Asian politics and social environments.

In conjunction with "Oklahoma & Beyond: Selections from the George R. Kravis II Collection," a panel discussion is set for March 30 to explore crossovers and boundaries within the worlds of contemporary fine art, craft, and design.

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art is pleased to introduce "Oklahoma & Beyond: Selections from the George R. Kravis II Collection" from Feb. 28 through June 21, 2017.

"Robert Rauschenberg’s World," on view at the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art through June 10, 2017, features prints by one of the most renowned American artists of the 20th century. 

Sarah Deer, legal scholar and recent recipient of a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship “Genius Grant,” will address a dark side of indigenous American culture: the shocking level of domestic assault against Native women.

The OSU Museum of Art is pleased to introduce From the Belly of Our Being: art by and about Native creation on view from Sept. 27, 2016 through Jan. 28, 2017.

Opportunities to view indigenous peoples through the eyes of indigenous photographers are rare and recent. Our People, Our Land, Our Images, opening this week at the OSU Museum of Art, presents the works of three generations of indigenous photographers from the North America, South America, the Middle East, and New Zealand.

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