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Symphony orchestra director wins national award

Thu, Jan 13, 2022

Oklahoma State University’s director of Orchestral Studies has claimed one of the top awards in his field for the second time. Dr. Thomas Dickey has received his second Vytautas Marijosius Memorial Award in Orchestral Programming since coming to OSU.

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Liz Roth exhibition at OSU Museum of Art explores landscapes layer by layer

Mon, Jan 03, 2022

A new exhibition by OSU art professor Liz Roth opens Jan. 11 at the OSU Museum of Art. “Understanding Place: Ideas and Process” features landscapes from the artist’s travels, with special emphasis on Roth’s research and creative methods.

Arts and HumanitiesCollege of Arts and SciencesOSU Museum of Art
Alumni return to Stillwater to perform at McKnight Center

Tue, Dec 14, 2021

Bill Scott Sheets is just one of a few alumni who will be making their McKnight debuts: vocalist Sarah Coburn will finally get to perform after her show was canceled last year and French hornist Ernesto Tovar Torres will be on stage with the Philadelphia Orchestra.

McKnight Center for the Performing Arts at Oklahoma State UniversityArts and HumanitiesCollege of Arts and SciencesState MagazineMichael and Anne Greenwood School of Music
OSU Museum of Art welcomes ‘Native American Veteran Artists’ show

Fri, Nov 05, 2021

The OSU Museum of Art unveiled a three-piece installation on Oct. 30 that features works by Native American veteran artists. The mini-vault show, which opened on the eve of Native American Heritage Month, was curated by OSU art history student and museum intern Sam Holguin.

College of Arts and SciencesOSU Museum of ArtArts and Humanities
OSU English professor receives $250,000 grant for writing software

Wed, Nov 03, 2021

Oklahoma State University Department of English professor Dr. Stephanie Link created a software program that helps people learn how to write for scientific publication, earning her one of the largest grants ever received by an OSU English faculty member.

Science and TechnologyEnglishArts and HumanitiesResearchCollege of Arts and Sciences
Seven Little Free Libraries installed throughout Stillwater

Wed, Oct 06, 2021

The Student Art Alliance at Oklahoma State University has installed seven Little Free Libraries around Stillwater for the community. The group hopes that these libraries will increase the accessibility to literacy.

Arts and HumanitiesStudent Art Alliance
Tim McGraw, Itzhak Perlman part of The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts' Grand Re-Opening Weekend

Thu, Sep 30, 2021

The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts at Oklahoma State University will kick off its grand re-opening weekend on Oct. 8-10, bringing award-winning stars to Stillwater.

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How Baker became an 'Everyman'

Tue, Sep 14, 2021

Bryson Baker changed his life plan from medical school to theatre, and eventually changed again to open his own business. Everyman is focused on coffee, alcohol, barbering and menswear.

College of Arts and SciencesArts and HumanitiesTheatreBusinessstudent union
OSU’s Greenwood School of Music celebrates grand opening

Mon, Sep 13, 2021

Members of the Cowboy family celebrated the grand opening of the Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music building Saturday. The event kicked off with the sound of student performances resonating throughout the first floor as guests toured the many unique spaces

Arts and HumanitiesGreenwood School of Musicpresident kayse shrumMichael and Anne GreenwoodCollege of Arts and Sciences
OSU goes Dancing on the Green

Wed, May 26, 2021

Choreographed by Emma Draves, the new director of dance at OSU, the concert features live music and dancing from a wide array of artists at OSU. Unlike typical performances, this is an outdoor festival presented around the OSU campus.

Outreach and EngagementDepartment of TheatreCampus Life and DiversityArts and HumanitiesmulticulturalCollege of Arts and Sciences
Music Education major Braeden Weyhrich named an Outstanding Senior

Thu, Apr 29, 2021

During her time as an undergraduate, Braeden Weyhrich of Boone, Iowa, capitalized on the myriad music-related opportunities OSU has to offer. The music education major and clarinetist was part of the Cowboy Marching Band, Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Concert Band, OSU Symphony Orchestra, Tau Beta Sigma sorority, Sigma Alpha Iota fraternity and the National Association for Music Education. She was also on the President’s Leadership Council her freshman year, earned her Honors College degree, and topped things off by being selected as a 2021 OSU Alumni Association Outstanding Senior.

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