Faculty News


 

An Award Winning Article from Dr. Cristina Cruz González

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One of Dr. Cristina Cruz González's recent articles, "Our Lady of el Pueblito: A Marian Devotion on the Northern Frontier," has just received a Best Article in 2012 award from Catholic Southwest: A Journal of History and Culture and has also been nominated for a Best Article in 2012 by the Catholic Press Association. Dr. González will travel to Texas to get the award in March 2013.

For more information about Dr. González, visit her page on our department website:
Dr. Cristina Cruz González faculty bio

You can read the award-winning article here: "Our Lady of el Pueblito: A Marian Devotion on the Northern Frontier."


 

Dr. González to present research at the , February 21-23, 2013

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Professor González will present "Rapture in the New World: Prophecy, Presence, and the Marian Image in New Spain," a study of fifteenth-century eschatological thought and its influence on Marian devotions in the New World. Click here for a complete abstract.

The conference is being held at the University of Miami and is hosted by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.


 

Dr. Louise Siddons is guest curator for an exhibit featuring the work of Angie Piehl and Morgan Robinson.

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Art Now is the contemporary art exhibition for Oklahoma, showcasing work by the state's top artists. Oklahoma Contemporary's premier fundraising event, Art Now has been around for more than 2 decades.

Art Now 2013 artists are:
Sarah Atlee, Marc Barker, Jennifer Barron, Jeff Beekman, Bryan Boone, Glenn Herbert Davis, Michael Elizondo, Pete Froslie, Sarah Hearn, Heather Clark Hilliard, E. K. Jeong, Michelle Junkin, Mark Lewis, Harolyn Long, Donald Longcrier, Cedar Marie, Lori Oden, Romy Owens, Angela Piehl, Morgan Robinson, Audrey Schmitz, Byron Shen, Crystal Walters, Tom Wester, and Eric Wright.

Art Now 2013 Guest Curator is:
Louise Siddons

GALA EVENT: January 25, 2013
Exhibition dates: January 21 – February 8, 2013
Curator Talk: January 28, 6:00pm

The show is up until Feb 8.

Visit the Oklahoma Contemporary website for more information and to purchase tickets for the Gala!


 

Dr. Jennifer Borland to speak at the Medieval Fair of Norman

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On Friday, November 9, 2012 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Jennifer Borland, Assistant Professor of Art History at Oklahoma State University, will explore the images found in copies of the Régime du corps, a late medieval health guide. These luxuriously-decorated books, likely intended for use by noblewomen managing their households, were apparently designed to move medical knowledge from the university into the home. As such, they alter how we might understand women's roles in late medieval healthcare.

Dr. Borland's lecture is called "Managing Health in the Medieval Household: The Illustrated Manuscripts of the Régime du Corps" and it is the third lecture in the Medieval Fair Free Lecture Series for 2012-2013

This is a free event! For more information on the Medieval Fair, go to the website.


 

Tulsa art exhibit features works by Chris Ramsay and Brandon Reese

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 Artwork by OSU faculty Chris Ramsay and Brandon Reese as well as alumna Anita Fields was on display at the "Crafting Ritual & Identity: Oklahoma Invitation Exhibition, " which ran through Aug. 23 in Tulsa. The exhibit, which included a total of 14 artists from Oklahoma, is located at Living Art at 307 E. Brady in Tulsa. It was sponsored by the Brady Craft Alliance, headed by OSU alumna Emily Kern.

"Crafting Ritual & Identity" is a companion show to the Sherwin Miller Jewish Museum of Art's international traveling exhibit about Jewish ritual entitled A Stitch in Jewish Time. Curated by Karen York, A Stitch in Jewish Time: Provocative Textiles (June 3-August 24) features internationally acclaimed contemporary fiber artists who delve into the understanding of Jewish history, experience and values. Crafting Ritualand Identityhighlights Oklahoma artists' perspective on ritual and identity, and what it means to be from Oklahoma. BCA is dedicated to "Encouraging the Art of Craft" and has already brought renowned gallerist Jane Sauer to Tulsa for educational programs, exhibited native American Margaret Roach Wheeler's exquisite woven pieces in a fashion show, and moun ted the biannual VisionMakers exhibition that highlights the fine craft artists we have right here in Oklahoma. For more information, contact the alliance at (918) 237-9592 or email directore@bradycraftalliance.org.