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Artists who want to submit their work for consideration: Please contact Gallery Director Teresa Holder.


March 9-25 
Reception 5-6 pm 
Gallery Talk 6-7 pm Thursday, March 10

Works by senior Studio Art BFA students scheduled to graduate in May 2011.



Carolina Low, Self Portrait, Acrylics, 2010, Oklahoma Summer Art Institute

Tour de Quartz is a selection of artwork created by Oklahoma high school students during the 2010 Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain (OSAI). During their two-week residency at Quartz Mountain, students are immersed in one of nine artistic fields and taught by world-renowned artists. The painting portion of the exhibition represents a variety of projects undertaken by the drawing/painting students during OSAI. This exhibition is organized for touring by OSAI.

May 16th—July 9th, 2010
Gallery Hours: Monday—Friday, 8 a.m.—5 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.—2 p.m.



February 9 – March 4 
Reception 5-6 pm 
Lecture 6-7pm Thursday, February 17

Her works often play within the realm of film & photographic history, toying with the common currency of popular culture, our shared literacy & our fascination with mythic representation. For "Perfect Surf" Rogers was granted a prestigious Independent Artist Award in Film & Media by the New York State Council for the Arts.



January 12 – February 4 
Reception 5-6 pm 
Guest Speaker 6-7 pm Thursday, January 13

A collection of fine art prints featuring work by Lee Bontecou, James Rosenquist, and Amy Cutler. From hand rendered, traditionally crafted prints to digitally created images utilizing the best of commercial printmaking techniques and back again.


December 1 – 10 
Reception 5-6pm 
Gallery Talk 6-7pm Thursday December 2

Works by senior Studio Art BFA students scheduled to graduate in December 2010


November 10 – 19, 2010
Reception 2-4 pm Sunday, November 14

Works by senior Graphic Design BFA students scheduled to graduate in December 2010.


October 13 – November 4
Reception 5-6 pm Thursday, October 21

Current works of art in all disciplines by the faculty and faculty Emeritus in the Oklahoma State University Department of Art.


September 15 - October 8th 
Reception 5 - 6pm 
Lecture 6-7 pm Thursday, September 16

The show's title refers to Camp Minidoka in Hunt, Idaho where Shimomura and his family were detained from the spring of 1942 until the summer of 1944. The exhibition will explore the artist's family's internment during World War II, these "images are scraped from the linings of my mind—not necessarily what I remembered specifically, but what I respond with when I think of Camp Minidoka..."
(Marne Ryan Jewelry, in gallery case, Jewelry Workshop/Lecture Wednesday September 15)