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02/17/2020
Native-American work on display at Miami Art Museum: What to know
A show of ribbon art from the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma is available in Oxford. ("Journal-News," February 15, 2020)
02/04/2020
Desire, Conflict and Exchange: Art of 19th Century East Asia and the West
Desire, Conflict & Exchange is the culminating work of the 2019 Art & Architecture History Senior Capstone seminar taught by Dr. Michael Hatch and is one of the featured exhibitions at the Miami University Art Museum open Jan 28-Jun 13, 2020..
01/28/2020
Myaamia Ribbonwork Exhibition open through June 13, 2020
Myaamia Ribbonwork is a community-curated exhibition developed in collaboration with the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma.
01/21/2020
3 new exhibitions coming to Miami’s art museum and sculpture park
The gorgeous, intricate and historic ribbonwork of the Miami people is getting a special show in Oxford very soon. ("Journal-News", January 20, 2020)
10/31/2019
Circling Round Student Exhibition to feature 34 works
The Miami University Art Museum is pleased to announce the student artist names whose works were selected in the juried Student Response Exhibition opening January 28, 2020.
10/24/2019
Museums Miami Center brings entities under one umbrella
Michael Hatch, assistant professor of art history, discusses a print piece with a student, while Robert Wicks, director of the Miami University Art Museum, talks to another student in the class at the art museum.Miami's seven museums and museum-like entities have joined forces under one umbrella organization, the Museums Miami Center. The Council of Academic Deans approved the request to establish the interdisciplinary university center.
10/09/2019
Winners Named in 2019 Miami University Young Sculptors Competition
$10,000 William and Dorothy Yeck Purchase Award Winners Announced
10/03/2019
BLINK to feature art installations with Miami University connections
At this year's BLINK art festival, the Miami University Center for Community Engagement in Over-the-Rhine, through its Storefronts series, will present grassroots projected animations as part of the Time for an UPdate? installation. Right, Danny Capaccio (Miami '11) uses a heat gun to measure the temperature of the LED lights in one of 10 toilets that will be part of an installation titled No public restrooms. Both art pieces will be located in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Creative forces with Miami University connections will be in the limelight at this year's light-based art festival, BLINK.
09/25/2019
Museums Miami Center
Miami University's newest center, Museums Miami, hopes to increase interdisciplinary dialogue and exchange among the university's museums and collections.