Month: March 2022

  • Artist Bio: Christina Ramberg

    Written by: Sylvie Coffey – Social Media Intern Christina Ramberg (1946-1995) was an American painter and best known for her works of art that call attention to the objectification of women’s figures. Her paintings display fragmented bodies highlighting the various undergarments used in the transformation of an individual’s body. Ramberg did not include faces within […]

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  • Alice Nichols and a Modernizing Museum

    Written By: Jerret Barker – Collections and Education Intern Just outside the north entrance, a bust of Alice Nichols (1906-1994) greets visitors to the David Owsley Museum of Art. This bespectacled figure served as head of the art department and director of the museum, known at that time as the Ball State Teachers College Art […]

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