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The OSU Museum of Art brings the history of animation and digital art to life in the exciting new exhibition Little Nemo's Progress: Animation and Contemporary Art. The exhibit will be on display through Dec. 14, with a public reception on Sept. 27.

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art has received an Art Works grant of $10,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts to support exhibition and program development.

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art Advocates are bringing the flavors and culture of Europe to Stillwater for its third annual fundraiser, Masterpiece Moments: Artist at the Table.

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art presents Intentional Exposure: Photography from the Permanent Collection, an exhibition featuring photography and the curatorial work of OSU students. The exhibition opens Tuesday, April 2, with a public reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday.

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art has received more than 600 works of fine art and design from the George R. Kravis II collection. The collection ranges from video art to pop art, and 1930s to 21st-century design with an international representation of artists. It includes works from Roy Lichtenstein, Brian Bress, Henry Moore, Charles and Ray Eames, Philippe Starck and Oklahoman Otto Duecker.

The OSU Museum of Art will present the historical exhibition 50 States: Oklahoma, Colorado, Texas and Wyoming, a series of installations that explore LGBTQIA+ histories and contemporary experiences in the United States.­­ The exhibition opens Feb. 12 with a public reception Feb. 14 from 5 to 7 p.m.

The Final Friday Art Crawl has emerged as a new Stillwater tradition, bringing hundreds to downtown Stillwater the final Friday of every month. The upcoming art crawl will take place Jan. 25 starting at 5 p.m.

Open Jan. 8 through March 9, the exhibition manifests a stimulating depiction of water insecurity and climate change, and their impact on biodiversity and human life.

A second Allan Houser sculpture, this one perfectly matched to America’s Brightest Orange, was unveiled Wednesday during a ceremony hosted by Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis and First Cowgirl Ann Hargis. Abstract Orange is a continuation of OSU’s initiative of integrating public art on campus.

The addition of Singing Heart, a sculpture by Allan Houser, to OSU’s campus makes a significant step toward the university’s initiative of integrating public art on campus.