Museums Miami Center RSS Feed

Myaamia Center - A New School Year at Miami University - September, 2023
Letter from Daryl Baldwin, Executive Director of the Myaamia Center, to update on current activities, recent accomplishments, and future plans of the Myaamia Center at Miami University. Myaamia Center Staff, September 15, 2023
Art Museum announces new exhibitions to open August 22
Art Museum announces new exhibitions opening August 22, 2023
Art Museum exhibits spark moments of creativity, inspiration, and reflection
Open January 24-Jun 10, 2023 are two new exhibitions titled Current Forms: Ohio Figurative Ceramics and Experiencing the Divine: Devotional Practices of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity
The Miami University Art Museum now has a new name.
Miami Art Museum named in honor of longtime donors Richard and Carole Cocks have gifted the university more than 60 artworks over the years  The Miami University Art Museum now has a new name. A transformational gift from longtime donor Richard Cocks has resulted in the 24,000-square-foot teaching museum being named the Richard and Carole Cocks Art Museum in honor of Richard and his late wife, Carole. The total amount of the gift is being kept private, but it is the largest outright gift in the museum’s more than 40-year history.
Art Museum awarded Re-Accreditation
Miami University Art Museum Receives Highest National Recognition Awarded Re-Accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums
Interconnected: Celebrating Student Art, Reflecting on Tribal Sovereignty
A recap of the student response exhibition awards and the unveiling of a new panel displaying the land acknowledgement at the art museum.
MU, BCRTA partner to celebrate 50th anniversary of Myaamia relationship
Oxford bus features artwork highlighting Myaamia language.
A Class Act - Art and Its Markets adds to Art Museum collection
The Spring 2022 section of Art and Its Markets led by Professor Michael Hatch helps the Miami University Art Museum acquire four more works for the collection.
Myaamia Center Receives Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant
Funding will develop an assessment and evaluation protocol regarding health and wellness within the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma.