Student News


 

Sculpture I Class: Safe Place Memorial

Leslie Martin's Sculpture I students used wood to create structurally stable sculptures at least 5 feet in height.  Their work is now being exhibited at Orange Grove, area southeast of the library, from October 13th - 30th.

Wood sculpture


 

Olivia Huffstetter Awarded Distinguished Graduate Award

Olivia AHOlivia Huffstetter, MA student in Art History, was awarded the OSU Foundation Distinguished Graduate Fellowship from the Graduate College for the 2017-18 academic year.  This fellowship will provide $2,500 toward the awardee's educational expenses.

Congratulations Olivia!


 

Spring 2017 Honorary Graduate Commencement Marshal

Aaron Moses(Above) MA graduate Aaron Moses with his thesis advisor, Dr. Louise Siddons.

Aaron Moses, who received his MA in Art History from OSU in 2017, was selected to be a Spring 2017 Honorary Graduate Commencement Marshal. Each recipient receives a $1,000 award and is recognized at commencement. Aaron wrote an MA thesis titled “Not Your Grandfather’s Horse: Automobiles Performing the Trickster in Modern and Contemporary Work by Artists from Plains Cultures.” Congratulations Aaron!


 

Student Awards and Honors, 2016-2017

Recent BFA studio art graduates Liz Dueck (lead teacher) and Scarlett Rock (assistant teacher) taught a summer art camp for children: “Around the World in 10 Days” at the new Stillwater Center for the Arts.


  • Kathryn Woodard, 2017 Studio Art BFA, was accepted into the UT-Austin Art Education MA program with an emphasis in Museum Studies.
  • Matthew Trudel, 2017 Studio Art BFA, has been accepted to both Momentum OKC, AND Momentum Ada (which emphasizes New Media).

Recent OSU BFA grads who were accepted to Momentum OKC are:
Randall Barnes (2014); Amber Duboise (2016); Scout Marshall (2016); Dan Pham (2016)


Congratulations to graduating BFA in graphic design students Paul Nichols, Molly Richardson, and David Lim, whose capstone projects were semi-finalists in the 2017 International Adobe Design Achievement Awards.


Congratulations to the seven OSU students who won Addy Awards in 2017 (“The American Advertising Awards, also known as the ADDY Awards, is the advertising industry's largest and most representative competition, attracting more than 40,000 entries every year in local American Advertising Federation Club (Ad Club) competitions.”)

  • Deep Sea Exhibit at the Colosseum - Bridget Dixon (Art Dept)
  • Distinctive Forms - Haejin Lim
  • Viaggiatore Tie Packaging - Jeromy Lee (Art Dept)
  • Oklahoma Killers - Jayna Hadwiger (Art Dept)
  • MoMA Jackson Pollock: A Collection - Kaydee King (Art Dept)
  • Orange House - Andrew Burnett, Emily Farris & Kaydee King (Art Dept)
  • Pedal - Jordan Richards (Art Dept)

Two OSU students were semi-finalists in 2016 for the International Adobe Design Achievement Awards.

Mario Bocanegra, National Geographic Kids, Animated Infographic; Radiolab: Memory and Forgetting, Title Sequence

Jeromy Lee, Scars, Poster Campaign


2017 Dallas Society of Visual Communicators, Annual Student Show and Exhibition (National)

The Life of Simon, Kaitlyn Cornish, Oklahoma State University  (First Place, animated short, 2017)

Pedal, Jordan Richards, Oklahoma State University (semi-finalist, mobile app design, 2017)

Schwinn Life Cycle, Kaitlyn Cornish, Oklahoma State University (semifinalist motion graphics, 2017)

Austin Publication, Caitlin Israelson, Oklahoma State University (semi-finalist, publication design, 2017)


 

Annual Juried Student Exhibition, 2017

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Held at the Gardiner Gallery: April 19 - May 5, 2017

The Annual Juried Student Exhibition is open to students from all undergraduate studies in studio art and graphic design, this highly competitive exhibition honors the artistic excellence achieved by our students while they learn and mature as artists at OSU. Each year we invite one visual arts educator and one professional graphic designer to serve as the jurors. The exhibition showcases the works selected by the jurors. Our student artists offer a broad range of experiences through their engaging works, some demanding active participation and others requiring a more contemplative examination of content.

Reception:
Sunday, April 23, 3-4 pm
Gardiner Gallery

Awards Ceremony:
Sunday, April 23, 4-5 pm
Seretean Center Concert Hall

Click the link below for a PDF version of our 2017 Department of Art, Graphic Design and Art History Awards Ceremony program

Annual Juried Art Show Call for Entries