Month: March 2016

  • Empowering Women and Keeping Analog Photography Alive

    Ashley Vandervelde Collections Intern Although not the actual “Final Friday,” March 18 kicked off the first of these events for 2016. March is Women’s History Month and those at the David Owsley Museum of Art recognize the importance of celebrating our female artists, activists, and friends in the community. The evening began with food and beverages […]

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  • Sculptor Returns to Teach the Art of Making Masks

    Kyrra Clevenger Education Intern The David Owsley Museum of Art contains an extensive collection of masks from around the world. This February, DOMA held a two-day workshop led by Aaron Nicholson that drew inspiration from the museum’s African collection. The workshop participants learned about the various masks in the museum’s collection and the forms of media that […]

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  • What’s Happening in March at DOMA

    What’s Happening in March at DOMA The Counseling Center Presents Meditation in the Museum Friday | March 4 at 3:30 pm RSVP not necessary, simply stop by. This is a free activity. Recommendation: Bring a towel, blanket or a yoga mat as this activity involves sitting on the floor. Meditation in the Museum is a […]

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