Viewer observes Ron du Bois' film documentary at Cross-Cultural Visions exhibit, Gallery Korea, NYC

Cross-Cultural Visions, a 60th anniversary commemorative art exhibition at Gallery Korea, NYC, paid tribute to all artists who traveled on a Fulbright Korea grant, 1950-2010. The viewer standing before the monitor sees the title scene of du Bois' award winning documentary, "The Working Processes of the Korean Folk Potter." OSU Art Professor du Bois (now emeritus), was Fulbright Lecturer to Korea,1974.

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.

Brandon Reese, associate professor of ceramics and 3D design was featured in Ceramics Monthly last February.   The author, John Zimmerman, wrote a positive review comparing Brandon with other Post Minimalist such as Richard Serra, Eva Hesse and Martin Puryear. Along with Ivory Lace (above) four other pieces were shown in the article. The Visual Resources Library has a subscription to Ceramic Monthly for those of you who would like to read the article.

Skylar Smith (Liberal Studies with a dual focus in Art History and English Literature) is one of ten students who have been awarded the Bailey Family Memorial Trust Scholarship to study abroad at the University of Hertfordshire, located north of London in Hatfield.

Saul Bell Design Award 2011

The Saul Bell Design Award competition has both inspired and challenged jewelry designers around the globe for the past decade, and now in its tenth year, it continues to recognize artists whose work challenges traditional perceptions of jewelry design. Lee's work "Hollow" was awarded second place in the prestigious competition. 

Dr. Jennifer Borland, assistant professor of art history, presented a paper at the annual conference of the Gender & Medieval Studies (GMS) Group. GMS is a UK-based organization devoted to putting together an annual interdisciplinary conference, which furthers the study of medieval gender. The 2011 conference met in Swansea, Wales, in January, and examined how issues of gender impacted the ways in which time and memory were conceptualized in the Middle Ages, and how memories were generated, recorded, and stored for posterity.