Student News


 

Lopeeta Tawde Wins Award

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Lopeeta Tawde, Copper Vessel, Copper & Resin, 4"

Lopeeta Tawde won the Momentum Award at the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition’s Momentum Tulsa: Art Doesn’t Stand Still launched Saturday October 8th.

Go to the OVAC article: Award Winning Momentum Artist: Lopeeta Tawde.


 

OSU Art Students Rock!

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Our Art Department has nine student who were accepted into this years Momentum Tulsa exhibition. They are Cassie Brown, Kyle Duncan, Lopeeta Tawde, Krystal Harper, Hillarey Dees, Megan Curtis, Ben Trosper, Michael Rahn and Morgan McClellan.

This October, Tulsa’s Brady Arts District will come alive with the artworks of Oklahoma’s up-and-coming artists. The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition’s Momentum Tulsa: Art Doesn’t Stand Still launches Saturday, October 8, from 8 pm - Midnight at Living Arts, 307 E. Brady.

Highlighting Oklahoma artists ages 30 and under, the exhibition will feature painting, photography, sculpture, film, performance, and large-scale installations. Following the opening event, the exhibition will remain on display through October 27.


 

BA Student Exhibition

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Brian Letzig, Emily Horvath, John Smith, Dusty Nail, and Whitney Moore are exhibiting at the Gardiner Art Gallery.

Saturday, May 7, 2011 at 1:30pm 
Gardiner Art Gallery
107 Bartlett Center for the Visual Arts
Oklahoma State University


 

Art History Senior Symposium 2011

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Saturday, April 16th 2011 ~ 9am - 5pm in the Bartlett Center Room 109

Link to: Full Schedule

Please also know that a reception honoring the careers of Marcella and Nancy will be held in the gallery following the final talk. Lets wish them well on their recent and forthcoming retirements.


 

Lora Webb, Art History Program's Outstanding Senior

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Lora Webb, from Stillwater, is the Art History program's Outstanding Senior. She has been involved in several student government organizations at OSU, including most recently serving as the Chair of the Committee on Student Organization. She is also the vice president of the Art History Organization. She has received numerous scholarly awards, including Phi Kappa Phi, and has been on the student Honors Roll every semester since Fall 2007. She is also an Honors College student, and as such, is completing an honors project in which she is creating a gallery concept that combines interactivity and oral history. Her ideas include developing a print gallery and focusing on the history of print making at OSU, the research for which has included interviewing individuals and devising ways to incorporate those into an exhibition space. She will be doing a public presentation at the conclusion of this project, which will offer students the opportunity to share their thoughts or suggestions about the OSU museum. Her art historical interests focus on the interactions between cultures, and how one culture uses or changes or rejects the images of another. In the fall she will begin in the masters degree program in art history at Tufts University in Massachusetts, and hopes to eventually pursue a PhD as well.