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Creativity in Teaching Composition

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Creativity in Teaching Composition

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Lynne Ambrosini: Creating the Impressionist Landscape: The Compositional Inventions of Charles François Daubigny

Working more extensively in the open air than preceding artists, Charles François Daubigny (1817–1878) created new sorts of landscape formats that would prove highly influential. Among…

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Patricia Mainardi: Why Is Caricature Funny?

Caricature can make us laugh, but the best images can also make us think, and by means of exaggeration and analogy they reveal the truth hidden beneath surface appearances. In “Why is…

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Quintana Heathman - Brocade Pictures and Bestsellers: Japanese Popular Print Culture of the Edo Period (1615-1868)

In Japan, a vibrant print culture developed during the Edo period (1615–1868). Centered in the city of Edo (modern day Tokyo), these popular works were mass produced via woodblock printing.…

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Skype with Melanie Yazzie

In conjunction with Enter the Matrix: Indigenous Printmakers, the museum hosted a Skype conversation with artist Melanie Yazzie on October 12, 2015. Students from the OU School of Art & Art…

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Skype with Joe Feddersen

In conjunction with Enter the Matrix: Indigenous Printmakers, the museum hosted a Skype conversation with artist Joe Feddersen on September 21, 2015. Students from the OU School of Art & Art…

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FJJMA 02-26-2015

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Remington

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FJJMA 09-05-2014

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