Art Museum News

01/19/2018
Spring 2018 Featured Exhibition Opens January 30
On January 30 the Miami University Art Museum will open the new exhibition Telling A People's Story: African-American Children's Illustrated Literature. Visiting the Art Museum is free for all visitors.
11/30/2017
New sculpture installation on the Arts Plaza
sculpture-artist.jpgOn the afternoon of Wednesday, November 8, 2017, Miami University gained a new addition to the growing collection of public sculpture art across campus.
08/29/2017
Open through December 16, 2017
Enjoy nearly 90 works by 73 artists who have studied or taught at Miami University in the College of Creative Arts.
04/20/2017
Student response Exhibition Celebration
Exhibition Celebration and Student Response Exhibition Award winners Announced
04/05/2017
Sherri Krazl and Jason Shaiman on “Over Here, Over Here!" art exhibition
Journal-News.com, Apr. 4 (subscription may be required)
03/06/2017
George Creel and the Propaganda Machine
One week after America declared war on Germany in 1917, President Wilson appointed muckraking journalist George Creel to head the Committee on Public Information (CPI). Shaiman will examine how Creel grew the small agency tasked with promoting positive images of the war to a global advertising giant that helped secure the Allied victory in 1918.
03/03/2017
Two great programs one for public and one for students
Conservation Conversation March 13 10 a.m. Public Program 12-1:30 p.m. Student/Faculty Program 10 am Conservation Conversation PUBLIC PROGRAM The public is invited to converse with Cincinnati conservator Michael Ruzga at the Art Museum as he works on a 16th century Italian oil painting. Formerly Chief Conservator of the Taft Museum of Art, Ruzga has treated numerous paintings over the past twenty years, including works by Rembrandt, Renoir, Bouguereau and others. Co-sponsored by Miami University Art Museum Docent Program 12–1:30 pm CONSERVATION AT WORK Faculty & Student PROGRAM Faculty and students curious about professional opportunities in the field of conservation are encouraged to drop in on Michael Ruzga, Director and Head of Conservation at Fine Arts Conservation, Inc., as he works on a 16th century Italian oil painting in the Art Museum’s collection. Learn about conservation career paths, watch a demonstration, ask questions. Lunch available beginning at 11:40; students should stop by as their schedules permit. Co-sponsored by the Office of Career Services