Oklahoma Art Education Association Annual Conference

The Oklahoma Art Education Association conference was held in Edmond, OK Friday and Saturday, Oct. 25th & 26th, 2019.

Jen Johnson,Prairie Art Center Education Coordinator, and Chris Ramsay, OSU Art Professor, promote OSU hosted Scholastics Art Awards to K-12 Oklahoma Art Teachers.

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Mark Sisson of Stillwater, Okla., has been selected for the 2019 Irene Rosenzweig Biennial Juried Exhibition at The Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas (ASC) in Pine Bluff.
His prints “Portrait of Cameron Richardson: Peace, Piece” and “Portrait of Pouya Jahanshahi: Yearning to Breathe Free” are part of the juried exhibition showcasing mid-South artists. Both portraits incorporate three printmaking techniques: linocut, woodcut and lithograph.
The Rosenzweig exhibition opens Thursday, Oct. 10, with a free public reception from 5–7 p.m. Awards will be presented at 5:30.

For the complete media announcement click here.

20x20 Posters for a Peace, is a project that was cofounded by Pouya Jahanshahi and first exhibited at Gardiner Gallery in 2017. Since then it has traveled throughout the US, Mexico and Iran, displaying Posters for Peace from artists of these regions - as a sign of solidarity. This years exhibit travel to China for 2019 United Nations day for peace and joined with 20 posters of peace by Chinese designers, at the Wenzhou Library Gallery. 

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Dr. Jennifer Borland and Dr. Louise Siddons were recently furtured in the College of Arts and Sciences 2019 Connect Magazine discussing their academic article "Yay or Neigh? Fredric Remington's Bronco Buster. Public Art and Socially Engaged Art History Pedagogy." 
The article is about their use of public art to teach more community-focused and civically-engaged art history.

The CAS Connect article can be read here.

Connet Magazine 2019 can be found here.

 For more of their reflections on the project, see this additional blog post, “Collaboration and Cowboys: Community-based Engaged Art History in the Classroom”