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This Weekend at the David Owsley Museum of Art (August 28 - August 30)

Contributed by: Hailey Beard
Published: Thursday, 27 August 2015 8:00 AM
Friday, August 28
5-7
Quad Bash


Welcome, new and returning students! Experience YOUR Museum of Art and find out all that it has to offer. Designed by students, for students, this event features free activities, posters, food, and goodies will be available for everyone who attends, including a special gift for the first 100 students, while supplies last.
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Listening Across Generations: Fractured Narratives Youth Collaboration Extended through Sunday, September 6

Contributed by: Tania Said
Published: Wednesday, 19 August 2015 5:00 PM

· What does it mean to be a good listener?

· Where do you listen, and to whom do you listen?

· Where are you heard, and who hears you?

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Plan Your Class-Related Museum Visit Today

Contributed by: Tania Said
Published: Monday, 17 August 2015 9:30 AM
The David Owsley Museum of Art provides free guided tours for any Ball State class or community group. Self-guided and special object study visits are also available. To plan your visit select your topic, date, and time, and then schedule it online. Group visits should be scheduled at least 2 – 3 weeks in advance. Learn more.

Fall 2015 Exhibition Preview

Contributed by: Hailey Beard
Published: Monday, 20 July 2015 8:30 AM
Fall 2015
Exhibition preview

September 24 – December 27, 2015

With Watercolor: Content via Technique
Guest curated by Brian Gordy
(Special Exhibitions Galleries)

This exhibition displays a selection from the David Owsley Museum of Art’s notable collection of watercolors that have inspired contemporary Indiana watercolorist Brian Gordy. This show focuses on the transparency of the watercolor medium and explores the powerful connection between technique and content. Gordy will also present public demonstrations of a variety of watercolor techniques.

Being There / Presence
Guest curated by Professor Mark Sawrie
(Brown Study Room)

Professor Mark Sawrie explores the concept of human presence and experience in a place of palpable ambiance through the medium of photography. Being There / Presence is part of a new series of guest-curated exhibitions by Ball state University faculty members that routinely utilize the David Owsley Museum of Art’s collection as an integral component of the classroom experience.
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