Exhibition Dates: 
December 3–13, 2019

Opening Reception:   
Friday, December 6th, 6–8pm 

"25 Makes 13" features new work by thirteen artists, each responding to a piece mentioned in the New York Times article “The 25 Works of Art That Define the Contemporary Age.” The work on display was created as part of the BFA Studio Capstone course with Assistant Professor Andy Mattern at Oklahoma State University.

Featuring:
Katherine Daniel
Taylor Graham
Chazz Grey
Whitney Hampton
Calli Heflin
Alexis HorseChief
Alex Lewis
Gianna Martucci-Fink
Cheyenne Morgan
Arturo Ordonez
Kitra Smith
Clara Titus
Tamber Walls

Cat de Araújo will give a paper exploring photographer Chichico Alkmim’s Family portrait, c. 1910s, at the 2020 Brazilian Studies Association (BRASA) conference, hosted by the University of Texas at Austin’s LLILAS Benson Brazil Center. BRASA is an international, interdisciplinary group of scholars who support and promote Brazilian studies in all fields, especially in the humanities and social sciences. BRASA is dedicated to the promotion of Brazilian studies around the world in general, and in the United States in particular. The conference will be held March 26-28, 2020.

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Art students Mikayla Smith, Clara Titus, Calli Heflin, Gianna Matucci-Fink, Whitney Hampton, and Kitra Smith are taking lessoned learned in art class out into the art world by having their artwork for sale at OSU's first Art Fair.

Look at thier cute success!

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In July 2019, OSU 3D and Metals and Jewelry Design Professor Chris Ramsay led a class of 8 OSU students in a jewelry making course at the Doel Reed Center in Taos, New Mexico. Student participants included: Jenna Corso, Megan Crow, Whitney Hampton, Anna Humes, Jordan Morris, Cheyenne Morgan, Cara Rice, and Madison Young. 

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The Department of Art, Graphic Design & Art History held the first Art Break of the Fall semester to welcome new Freshman to the department. 
Students had the opportunity to make their own t-shirts or tote bags and enjoy refreshments and conversations with faculty. Students from the Art Department Student Clubs were present to answer questions plus information was available on study abroad, internships, and summer classes at the Dole Reed Center for the Arts in Taos, New Mexico. Click on the pictures below to see the fun!

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Last spring the OSU graduate students in the “Studies in Poetry Writing” class visited the Gardiner Gallery during the Tunde Darvay: Whisperings exhibition for writing inspiration.

Student Remigius Recchia entered his piece "Head Space" in the 2019 Academy of American Poets poetry contest and won first place! Here is the poem and Tunde Darvay’s painting that was the inspiration.

 

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