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Judging for AIGA Blue Ridge’s annual Flux Student Design Competition has been completed. Flux is a nationwide competition that recognizes outstanding design work produced by students in the categories of Identity, Packaging, Poster, Publication, Social Impact Design, UX/UI, and Video/Motion Graphics. This year, 215 projects were selected by a jury of creative professionals including Joseph Carter-Brown, Emily Dorr, Amy Robinson. 808 entries were submitted making the 2019 Flux Student Design Competition one of our largest and most competitive yet.
Art history MA student Roxanne Beason has had her paper, "Lost and Found: Anna Belle Mitchell, Jane Osti, and the Revival of Cherokee Pottery in Oklahoma,” accepted for the 2020 Newberry Consortium for American Indian and Indigenous Studies (NCAIS) Graduate Student Conference, on February 22, 2020 at the Newberry Library in Chicago. NCAIS Graduate Students will be presenting papers in a number of academic fields related to American Indian and Indigenous Studies. NCAIS Faculty members and other students in the audience help presenters further develop their ideas and arguments through questions and constructive feedback. The full program is available on the Newberry Library website: https://www.newberry.org/02222020-2020-ncais-graduate-student-conference
BFA Studio Students Capstone Exhibition Fall 2019
Exhibition at the Gardiner Gallery of Art November 18 - December 5
This exhibition presents the work of students graduating in December 2019 with their BFA degrees in studio art.
The students of the 3D Design and Visual Thinking course at Oklahoma State University Department of Art, Graphic Design & Art History held an event on Saturday Nov 23, 2019 to reveal mythical creatures that could possibly be inhabiting Boomer Lake.
The students created 3D floating structures that were anchored down in the lake.
The students were led by instructors Jessica Teckemeyer and Robin Baker. Check out the fantasic creatures!
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.