April 28, 2019 the Department of Art, Graphic Design & Art History held the end of the year awards ceremony.
The 2019 Outstanding Seniors were recognized.
Outstanding Art History Senior
Ariel Reimbold lives in Tulsa and earned an Associate of the Arts in Liberal Arts from Tulsa Community College before transferring to Oklahoma State University to study Art History. Last summer she completed a curatorial and collections internship at the Philbrook Museum of Art, and in the past has volunteered at both Philbrook and Living Arts. During the fall 2018 semester she studied German and Art History at the Freie Universität in Berlin, for which she was awarded a Bailey Family Trust Memorial Scholarship and Humphreys Long-Term Travel Grant. In the future she plans to relocate to Berlin, and further pursue her research interests in Weimar Germany by completing a Master’s degree in Art History.
Outstanding Studio Art Senior
Audrey Gleason is graduating in May 2019 with a BFA in Studio Art and Minors in Art History and Psychology. She is the recipient of numerous scholarships and has participated in many exhibitions over the course of her time at OSU. She recently completed her BFA Studio Capstone exhibition, which featured an interactive magnetic chalkboard that invited the audience to participate in creating community art. Audrey has completed internships with Imagine That! Kansas City, the OSU Museum of Art, and Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE), in New York. This summer, Audrey will begin her new job as the Events and Programs Coordinator at Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition (OVAC) in Oklahoma City.
Outstanding Graphic Design Senior
Bradan Mitchell is from Walters, Oklahoma, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design and a minor in Studio Art. During his time at Oklahoma State University, he has been active in Graphic Design Club, CAS Student Tech Fee Committee, and has participated in many gallery exhibitions. Bradan has worked on campus at the Visual Resource Center since 2015 and completed an internship at the Doel Reed Center for the Arts in Taos, New Mexico in 2017. After graduation, Bradan plans to pursue a career in art and design in the Oklahoma area.