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January 30 – June 8, 2024

Minohsaya: Painted Robes of the Myaamia and Peoria (Douglass Gallery)

In collaboration with the Myaamia Center here at Miami University and members of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, this community-curated exhibition explores new research and the revitalization of the painted hides tradition. Minohsaya is organized as one part of the larger project in collaboration with members of the Peoria Tribe of Indians in Oklahoma and the University of Illinois.

Landscape in Art: An Art & Architecture History Capstone Exhibition (McKie Gallery)

The 13th annual Capstone exhibition, led by Assistant Professor of Art & Architecture History, Michael Hatch, centers on the topic of landscape in art. Students in the Fall 2023 seminar will curate the exhibition from the Art Museum's collection with guidance from museum staff. This celebrated exhibition series will offer student the rare opportunity to research and collectively curate an original exhibition. 

The World In Which We Live: The Art of Environmental Awareness (Farmer Gallery)

The World In Which We Live will present an exploration of contemporary art created as a rallying cry for awareness and action regarding our fragile changing environment. In conjunction with Miami University's 2023-2024 FOCUS theme of Environmental Justice, this exhibition highlights how artists are engaging in social action through activism, education, and an understanding of environmental science.

Richard and Carole Cocks Art Museum

801 South Patterson Avenue
Oxford, OH 45056
Tuesday through Friday 10 AM-5 PM; Second Wednesday 10 AM-8 PM; Saturday Noon-5 PM