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The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art is pleased to introduce An Ode to Hands: Selections from the Permanent Collection, on view from August 17 – October 24.
The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art is pleased to introduce Print Beyond Pop: American Lithography After 1960, on view from Aug. 17 to Oct. 24.
In this exhibition, Los Angeles artist Karen Carson presents large-scale paintings depicting the gargantuan machines that are familiar sights in rural America and revered icons of agricultural abundance, but are rarely seen in art.
The OSU Museum of Art is pleased to introduce two exhibitions opening on May 11 that will highlight two regional artists.
The OSU Museum of Art is pleased to announce a lecture and roundtable conversation by Jason Salavon, a nationally-renowned contemporary software artist breaking ground at the intersection of art and technology.
The OSU Museum of Art is pleased to introduce Richard Buswell: Close to Home, on view from Feb. 9, 2015 – May 9, 2015, featuring an opening reception and artist talk on March 5 from 5 – 7 pm.
What is it like to live in a work of art? Experience the process of building and living in a home designed by one of America's greatest architects in Frank Lloyd Wright's Samara: A Mid-Century Dream Home, opening Feb. 9, 2015, at the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art.
The OSU Museum of Art has accepted a 7'7" tall, wood carved figurative sculpture by Oklahoma City artist Barbara S. Scott for display in the Oklahoma State University Student Union.
The OSU Museum of Art is pleased to introduce James Rosenquist: Illustrious Works on Paper, Illuminating Paintings at the Postal Plaza Gallery from Nov. 10, 2014 through March 14, 2015.
A collaboration between the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art, the Student Union, and OSU alumni Carl and Marilynn Thoma has resulted in the installation of two dynamic digital art pieces on campus. Both works, displayed on large Student Union monitors, use a real time internet connection and current events to create engaging, ever-changing, contemporary art that is seen by thousands of students each day.