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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.
The OSU Museum of Art is pleased to introduce Vision of Impressionism, showcasing works by artists in the Oklahoma Society of Impressionists.
Late in 2015, the Leon Polk Smith Foundation in New York City brought the native Oklahoma artist back home when it gifted more than 700 drawings to the OSU Museum of Art.
The National Endowment for the Arts has announced a $15,000 Art Works award for the OSU Museum of Art.
Nationally traveling exhibition InCiteful Clay offers an unparalleled overview of an emergent movement in contemporary ceramics dedicated to social commentary.
The OSU Museum of Art is pleased to introduce Richard Tuttle: A Print Retrospective, bringing one of the nation’s most significant working artists to Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art is pleased to announce the opening of Angie Piehl: Feral Beauty and Opulent Decay, featuring the work of an OSU faculty member.
A collaboration between the OSU Museum of Art and the OSU Student Union will bring internationally-known artist Trimpin, along with his visitor-activated art piece titled Red Hot Orange, to OSU this year.