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The OSU Museum of Art is pleased to introduce Chris Ramsay: Meditations in Stillwater, featuring more than 30 works from the past two decades by artist and OSU professor Chris Ramsay.

Featuring selections from the State Capitol Collection, this exhibition shares the history and culture of Oklahoma while also celebrating the process of making art and telling stories.

Both exhibitions, opening on June 16, highlight the work of artists with a connection to Oklahoma State University and will be featured together in the Malinda Berry Fischer Gallery at the Postal Plaza.

Jorge Bachman will visit Stillwater next month to work with current students and unveil two new multimedia and sound installations as part of the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art’s Visiting Artist Program. 

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art’s first location will fully open its doors to the public this month when the Postal Plaza Gallery introduces Sharing a Journey: Building the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art Collection.

Jorge Bachman, the OSU Museum of Art second annual visiting artist, will be in Stillwater next week to give an overview of his work and provide a preview of next semester’s collaborative project. 

The Postal Plaza Gallery will soon open its doors to visitors at a community open house, where we will invite the public to join us this fall as we apply the finishing touches to the OSU Museum of Art’s first location. 

The Gardiner Gallery at Oklahoma State University is pleased to announce that the annual Art and Graphic Design Faculty Exhibition will be on display from Sept. 30 through Oct. 25. The exhibition features recent work of full-time, adjunct and retired faculty of Oklahoma State University’s Department of Art. 

The Gardiner Gallery at Oklahoma State University is pleased to present the inaugural exhibition in the 2013-14 academic year—CHINA: Lost/Found, Photography by Ka Chuen Yeung from August 19 through September 27, 2013. In conjunction with the exhibition, a series of free events, including artist lecture, gallery talk, film series and artist workshop will be offered to the public.