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Special Events at The Frank Museum of Art 2022


Posts - May 11, 2022

It Sounds Like Love by artist Cadine Navarro at The Frank Museum of Art has been extended through August 16, 2022. Special SUMMER HOURS: Friday and Saturday 11a – 3p. Don’t miss hearing the SOUND OF THE SEEDS.

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Ensemble: Otterbein Faculty & Staff Exhibition


Posts - January 10, 2022

January 10 – March 4, 2020
This exhibition brings together art—principally assemblage, collage, and other mixed media—made by current and former Otterbein faculty & staff: Donald T. Austin, Jim Bowling, Eliana Calle-Saari, Louise Captein, Susan Fagan, Morgan Rose Free, Nicholas Hill, Amy Johnson, Jonathan Johnson, Amanda Le Kline, Chaz O’Neil, Allen Reichert, Kieve Rodeheaver, David Stichweh, and Margarita Vilshanetskaya.

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Lands, Real and Imagined


Posts - January 9, 2022
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > Women Artists Respond to the Art and Travel Writings of Maria Graham (1785 - 1842) Co-created by Dr. Patricia Frick and Dr. Janice Glowski February 1 - July 15, 2022Reception: Friday, February 11, 2022 from 4 – 7pRemarks by Dr. Frick will begin at 4:45pFisher Gallery Maria Graham (1785-1842) was an accomplished Victorian travel writer, historian, illustrator, and amateur scientist. She produced four published journals based on her journeys to India, Italy, Chile,…

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3rd Annual Juried High School Art Exhibition


Posts - September 1, 2021
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > November 29 - December 10, 2021Addie Richardson, Student CuratorMiller Gallery, 33 Collegeview Road, Westerville, OHHybrid Reception: Friday, December 3, 2021; 5 – 7pAnnouncement of awards & Juror remarks will begin at 5:30pClick here to access the reception on Zoom. Scroll to see the online version of the exhibition! Otterbein's annual juried high school art exhibition supports and promotes young artists in Ohio and the contiguous states. Students gain experience preparing and submitting…

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COMMON GROUND: Listening to Appalachian Ohio


Posts - September 1, 2021
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > Brian Harnetty, interdisciplinary artistAugust 23 - November 17, 2021Miller Gallery PUBLIC SCREENING: Shawnee Ohio, with artist talkbackThursday, October 21, 2021Riley Auditorium, Battelle Fine Arts Center6:30p - 7p gathering and light refreshments7p - 8:30p film screening with artist talkbackRead reviews of Harnetty's award-winning interdisciplinary work Common Ground is part of Otterbein's 2021 - 2022 exploration of Art for Our Time, and its art-fueled practices of deep listening to THE LAND. Brian Harnetty is…

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Cadine Navarro: It Sounds Like Love


Posts - September 1, 2021
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > Cadine Navarro, ArtistJanice Glowski, CuratorSpecial thanks to Gregory Gilkerson, InstallerAugust 25, 2021 - August 16, 2022 (extended)Summer Hours:  Fridays & Saturdays 11a - 3pSpecial Summer Events List here In the beginning was the seed, and the seed made sound, and if you were to listen carefully you might say that it sounds like love. Settling into rich land, the seed offers many gifts: food, energy, hope, security, medicine, inspiration, beauty, simplicity, community, perseverance,…

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Joshua Penrose: UNIFIED FIELDS


Posts - March 1, 2021
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > Joshua Penrose May 21 - July 23, 2021Public Reception: Friday, May 21, 5p - 7pRegister for the reception here. Joshua Penrose works across a variety of media informed by the digital domain including sound, video, light and digital automation. He approaches his recent work with light through questions regarding the objecthood of the digital. The digital remains always withdrawn. Its roots are hidden, subterranean. And while it reaches out, it only caresses…

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The Pandemic Portraits – Nicholas Hill


Posts - March 1, 2021
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > February 8 - April 9, 2021Stichweh Gallery This exhibition previews Nicholas Hill’s The Pandemic Portraits project, which since March 2020 has seen the artist enter into a daily regime of creating portraits on saved news pages from the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal daily papers. Hill selected pages that headlined an ever changing and frightening narrative about a virus that threatened the global, human population. As the number of…

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Otterbein Artists-in-Residence (OAIR) Exhibitions


Posts - March 1, 2021
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > FORGOTTEN FRAGMENTSSierra Lawhead (OAIR 2019-20)April 19 - June 30, 2021 (extended!)Stichweh Gallery (adjacent to the Miller Gallery)Reception (hybrid):  Friday, April 23, 2021; 5p - 7pClick here to sign up for an in-person reception timeClick here to enter the virtual reception room ONE YEAR OUTKrissy Beck, Lance Kriesch, Julia McFall, Liz Wells (OAIR 2020-21)April 19 - May 2, 2021 (extended!)Miller GalleryReception (hybrid): Friday, April 23, 2021; 5p-7pClick here to sign-up for an in-person…

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Bamazi Talle: Kiguilou Pinah (Year of Sorrow)


Posts - March 1, 2021
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > January 19 - April 23, 2021Reception: Thursday, March 25, 2021; 4 – 6pUpdates and reception sign-up here or contact 614.823.1792Need to attend the reception virtually? Click here. The exhibition Kiguilou Pinah (Year of Sorrow) features the Columbus-based artist Bamazi Talle’s large-scale oil painting series that visually chronicles the arc of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) as it unfolded in 2020. Uniquely, Talle’s storytelling expresses itself through a blending of West African nature-based spirituality, iconography,…

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