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08/26/2021
Art Museum announces new staff, new exhibition
The Miami University Art Museum staff is excited to present this exhibition in collaboration with the Department of Art. Every four years, the quadrennial exhibition provides current and emeritus faculty, along with alumni from the past 50 years, with the opportunity to showcase work created since 2017.
06/30/2021
The College of Creative Arts Celebrates the Career of MUAM Director
Miami University Art Museum Director, Dr. Robert S. Wicks, leaves a lasting legacy for the Miami community.
05/17/2021
The Miami University Art Museum Welcomes New Director
The Miami University Art Museum Announces Dr. Jack Green as the new Jeffrey Horrell 75 & Rodney Rose Director and Chief Curator of the Miami University Art Museum.
04/23/2021
Miami to increase student education of Myaamia tribe with new positions
Miami University is introducing three new changes to the Myaamia Center to increase student awareness. ("The Miami Student" April 23, 2021)
04/02/2021
Three new Myaamia Center programs, including two fellowships, aim to increase educational opportunities on campus
Miami University and the Myaamia Center are leading an effort to increase educational opportunities about the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and its relationship with the university. ("Miami University Communications" April 2, 2021)
01/25/2021
New Exhibitions at the Miami University Art Museum
Check out the latest exhibitions open now at the Miami University Art Museum.
12/03/2020
Gathering at the Poet's Shack
Students in the Department of Emerging Technology in Business and Design write about helping the Department of Theatre bring the Gathering at the Poet's Shack to life.
11/23/2020
Miami University Students use Innovation Internship Opportunity to Develop Music Brand
Two Emerging Technology in Business and Design students use the Cincinnati Digital Innovation program to develop their music brand.
11/23/2020
Miami University ARC + ID Students Facilitate a Shared Vision for Imagination Alley
Students in the Department of Architecture's Center for Community Engagement (MUCCE) program learn what the community wants to see, feel, taste, smell, and do in Cincinnati park.