During the summer of 2019 Assistant Professor Pouya Jahanshahi was a guest designer at Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication.
Dr, Louise Siddons co-curated an exhibition with Robert Flynn Johnson, “Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist," and is currently on view at the California Center for the Arts (Escondido, CA). The exhibitionis the subject of a wonderful review by Steve Horn, for the Coast News.
Robert Flynn Johnson is curator emeritus at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, and a recent speaker at the OSU Museum of Art in conjunction with our student-curated exhibition, “Intentional Exposure,” this spring.
Robert and Louise curated the exhibition in 2011, and it has traveled to a number of venues including the Naples Museum of Art (Naples, FL), the Portland Museum of Art (Portland, ME), Carnegie Arts Center (Turlock, CA), Foothills Art Center (Golden, CO), Texas A&M University Gallery (College Station, TX), Fundacion Canal (Madrid, Spain), Frick Art & Historical Museum (Pittsburgh, PA), and the Newcomb College Art Gallery at Tulane University (New Orleans, LA).
Dr. Louise Siddons has been invited to participate at the 2nd Annual Oklahoma Book Festival. The Fesitval will take place at the Boathouse District in Oklahoma City on September 21, 2019!
Dr. Siddons will be discussing her book Centering Modernism: J. Jay McVicker and Postwar American Art.
For more information on Dr. Siddons and the book the Oklahoma Book Festival page.
Associate Professor of Art History, Cristina Cruz González, presented the paper "Sacred Signs in the Colonial Archive: Trace, Image, and the Production of the Holy" on July 18, 2019 in Lima, Peru.
Dr. Jennifer Borland, Associate Professor of Art History and Director of the Digital Humanities Initiative at Oklahoma State University, completed the 2019 HERS Institute at Wellesley College, MA in March 2019. HERS (Higher Education Resource Services) is a leadership development and research organization dedicated to women in higher education.
This summer Dr. Louise Siddons is in Chicago on her Newberry Consortium in American Indian Studies Faculty Fellowship, where she is using the library’s collections to research Navajo/Diné activism from the 1940s to the present.
Dr. Louise Siddons is featured in the Spring 2019 issue of State Magazine discussing her book Centering Modernism: J. Jay McVicker and Postwar American Art.
Click here to read A Connection Across Decades in State Magazine.