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Summer in Bozeman: How an OSU theatre professor is impacting rural arts engagement

Wed, Mar 15, 2023

In the summer of 2022, Eric Barker, an Oklahoma State University assistant professor of scenic design, found himself with a Research Jumpstart/Accelerator Grant (RJAG) but nowhere to spend it; his original plans to work with the Richmond Shakespeare festival in Richmond, Indiana, had fallen through.   The RJAG grant is designed to aid faculty in getting their research up and running following the COVID-19 pandemic. Barker knew he needed to find another research project and did just that, landing the chance to work with Montana Shakespeare in the Parks (MSIP) in Bozeman, Montana.   

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Actor, filmmaker Momaday visits OSU campus

Fri, Feb 24, 2023

Actor and filmmaker Jill Momaday visited the Oklahoma State University campus in Stillwater on Feb. 8 to discuss her documentary film, “Return to Rainy Mountain.”

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Student Arts Alliance challenges OSU fashion designers to use second-hand sources

Mon, Feb 20, 2023

The Oklahoma State University Student Arts Alliance held its first thrift shop fashion show featuring student-curated designs Feb. 16. on the Student Union theater runway.

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OSU alumna receives award from Daughters of the American Revolution

Tue, Jan 03, 2023

Oklahoma artist Anita Fields (Osage/Muscogee) has been selected to receive the Women in the Arts Recognition Award from the Cimarron Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.

Arts and HumanitiesCollege of Arts and SciencesOSU Museum of Art
More Than a Memory: Brooks returns to OSU to offer insights on music industry

Tue, Dec 20, 2022

Brooks shared his wisdom as a country music superstar with OSU students in September in three masterclass sessions. Industry Insights with Garth Brooks at The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts gave students a chance to ask the 1984 advertising alumnus about his career and hear advice from Brooks and a panel of music industry experts.

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OSU theatre department puts on whimsical production of ‘A Year with Frog and Toad’

Mon, Oct 31, 2022

Did you ever read the story “Frog and Toad All Year” by Arnold Lobel? If so, you will want to see what the Oklahoma State University Department of Theatre has been up to the past few weeks.

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OSU’s Biennial Faculty Exhibition showcased a variety of works from several faculty members

Fri, Sep 30, 2022

The faculty exhibition is designed to provide students and gallery visitors the opportunity to view new and exciting work produced by OSU artists and educators. The exhibition takes place every two years to ensure that students are able to see the faculty work at least once throughout their time at OSU.

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OSU Theatre presents limited engagement of 'Slapped'

Thu, Sep 22, 2022

Kevin Douglas, playwright/actor, wrote the OSU Department of Theatre’s adaptation of the play "He Who Gets Slapped" by Leonid Andreyev into the new work.

Department of TheatreCollege of Arts and SciencesArts and HumanitiesOSU Theatre
New exhibition at OSU Museum of Art explores type through an international lens

Wed, Sep 21, 2022

Opening Oct. 11, a new exhibition at the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art highlights type-based imagery in art by international artists.

College of Arts and SciencesArt Graphic Design and Art HistoryOSU Museum of ArtArts and Humanities
Tickets on sale for Lisa Wingate: OSU alumna headlines library fundraiser on Nov. 4

Tue, Sep 06, 2022

According to Booklist, “Lisa Wingate is, quite simply, a master storyteller.” The noted author and OSU alumna will share her own story with guests of the H. Louise & H.E. “Ed” Cobb Speaker Series on Nov. 4. The keynote dinner and book signing will be held at the ConocoPhillips OSU Alumni Center on the Stillwater campus.

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Tiny details create big impact in new dual-artist show at the OSU Museum of Art

Mon, Aug 08, 2022

On Aug. 23, “Small Worlds: Carolyn Cárdenas” and “Contradictions: Bobby Ross” will open at the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art, featuring 200-plus paintings and drawings chock-full of awe-inspiring artistic intricacy.

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Movie star photos and Western landscapes among featured pieces in latest OSU Museum of Art exhibition

Thu, Jun 09, 2022

Many things slowed down during the pandemic, but acquisitions at the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art did not. Over the past few years, the museum has added hundreds of pieces to its growing permanent collection. It’s now set to display 22 of them in “Recent Acquisitions: From 2019-2021.”

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