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03/03/2020
Celebrating student and faculty work and research
Students and Faculty to present at Desire, Conflict & Exchange Exhibition events on Monday, March 16. Symposium is from 5-6:30 PM followed by a Reception and Student Talks in the Gallery from 6:30-8 PM. The exhibition and the talks are 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..
03/02/2020
Miami Piano Students Present Recital Series as Part of Service-Learning Project
Department of Music students present "Tickling the Ivories" as part of a service-learning project for the Miami University Institute for Learning in Retirement.
02/26/2020
Miami ARC + ID Students Present at Clifton Town Meeting
Second year design studio students present new designs for Clifton Plaza.
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)
02/10/2020
Winners Named in 2020 Miami University Young Painters Competition
$10,000 William and Dorothy Yeck Purchase Award Winners Announced
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)
01/06/2020
Images of the McGuffeys
Daguerreotype of William Holmes McGuffey, taken in Charlottesville, Virginia in 1848, is possibly the earliest photograph of a Miami University professor (McGuffey taught at Miami from 1825-1836). Jeff Sabo, university photographic services director, produced professional quality reproductions of rare daguerreotypes of the McGuffeys.