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Movement Mondays: Still Life

Español abajo In this Movement Monday Activity, create your own still life through a scavenger hunt. Still life is a term used by artists to describe art that depicts all kinds of man-made or natural objects such as; cut flowers, fruit, vegetables, fish or wine. The goal of a still life composition is to direct the viewer’s eye…

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O-riginal Art Activities: Landscape Collage Inspired by Purvis Young

Español abajo In this O-riginal Art Activity create a landscape collage of your city or neighborhood. Purvis Young is an African American artist from Miami, Florida who was born on February 4, 1943. A self-taught artist, Young creates mixed media collage paintings that incorporate depictions of African American heritage and the South. Supplies Multicolored paper,…

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Movement Mondays: Found Object Skyline Sculpture

Español abajo Build your own city skyline using objects you find in your own home! A skyline is the outline of a city against the sky. Skylines are like fingerprints for cities – no two are exactly alike! Because of their beauty and recognizability, skylines are common subjects in various works of art. You’ve probably…

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Ogden Museum of Southern Art Welcomes Two New Members to its Board of Trustees Fern Watters and Debra Fischman

We are pleased to announce that Fern Watters and Debra Fischman have joined Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s Board of Trustees. About Fern Watters Fern Watters, who is an avid collector and supporter of the arts alongside her husband, was born and lived most of her life in Ohio where she attended Marietta College and Ohio…

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O-riginal Art Activities: Valentine’s Day Card

In this O-riginal Art Activity create a special handmade Valentine’s Day card for a loved one. Valentine’s Day is a day for spreading love with the people whom you cherish and care about. Valentine’s Day is a day to send out greeting cards and candy grams to those you love. Supplies Color paper (or if…

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O What a Night! Gala Patron Party An evening filled with art, local cuisine and crafted drinks!

On Thursday, January 13, 2022 Ogden Museum of Southern Art held it’s O What a Night! Gala Patron Party at the home of Jason Waguespack and Jeffery Morgan. The event provided Patron Ticket holders with a special preview of the Live Auction artwork and a chance to meet participating artists. The Delachaise provided the evening’s…

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Photographic Works from Ogden Museum’s Permanent Collection Travel to Hilliard Art Museum

Ogden Museum is proud to loan four photographic works from its permanent collection to the Hilliard Art Museum in Lafayette for their exhibition, L. Kasimu Harris: Vanishing Black Bars & Lounges, on view through July 30, 2022. The photographs loaned to Hilliard Art Museum are the works of Chandra McCormick, Birney Imes and W. Eugene Smith. Vanishing…

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O|N Art of the South: Embodiment An annual collaboration between Isidore Newman School and Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Created to provide meaningful opportunities for students to connect to Southern art and artists, O|N Art of the South is an annual collaboration between Isidore Newman School and Ogden Museum of Southern Art that presents works from the Museum’s permanent collection in the Reynolds Ryan Art Gallery. After gallery explorations, students from all divisions are…

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