Arts News

02/01/2016
Afro-Cuban Art
Juan Carlos L. Albarran, Lecturer, Latin American, Latino/a, and Caribbean Studies, Global and Intercultural Studies Department, College of Arts & Sciences This talk will focus on the role of Afro-Cuban art at different historical moments in Cuban society, where Afro-Cuban contributions have played a major role in Cuba, at the same time the Afro-Cuban population has remained marginalized from major economic, social, and political changes taking place in the island.
02/01/2016
Arts @ Miami ~ February events
P-P.jpgEnjoy this sampler of February events related to the Arts @ Miami!
01/10/2016
Visual Arts at Miami for Spring 2016
Read the on-line version of this bi-annual publication produced by the Miami University Art Museum containing most of the many visual arts exhibitions and events from now through May.
01/07/2016
Countdown to the Chocolate Meltdown
Join us on Saturday, January 16 from 1-6 p.m. at the Oxford Community Art Center for this year's Chocolate Meltdown event.
12/10/2015
Sweet Treats at the OCAC
Enjoy delicious chocolates at the 2016 Chocolate Meltdown on Saturday, January 16 from 1-5 p.m. at the Oxford Community Art Center.
12/08/2015
Summer Study in the Arts Inside NYC
If your student is looking for a way to begin working in the arts in New York City or any large metropolitan area, why not encourage that student to enroll in CCA499/Inside New York in the summer of 2016? There are still spaces available in this class.
12/03/2015
Student Response Exhibition Works Selected
The works for the Creativity & Innovation: A Student’s Response Exhibition have been selected by jurors, Jason Shaiman and Ann Taulbee, for the third annual Student Response Exhibition in the Douglass Gallery at the Miami University Art Museum.
11/12/2015
Miami Metals 2015 Jewelry Sale
jewelryweb.jpgThe Miami Metals 31st Annual Jewelry Sale is near!
11/06/2015
Highest National Museum Recognition
Miami University Art Museum has again achieved accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the highest national recognition for a museum. Accreditation signifies excellence to the museum community, to governments, funders, outside agencies, and to the museum-going public. Miami University Art Museum has been accredited since 1984. All museums must undergo a re-accreditation review every ten years to maintain accredited status.