• Finding Inspiration in the Museum

    This past week Wild about Writing Campers explored the museum to find inspiration by examining genres of writing, using the museum collection to spur creativity, and hone their writing. Writing teachers Felicia Gray and Rena Dossett guided young authors in letting their imaginations roam free. Students discovered that there are no borders or boundaries when […]

  • Learning Creatively

    What can children learn in a museum? What new ideas can they understand from works of art? We are pleased to report that this past Wednesday’s Preschool Art Enrichment Program was a great success. Children of four and five years of age, along with their parents joined us for play and learning at the Owsley Museum […]

  • Heads Up! Friday with Friends Event

    This past Friday with Friends event was a great success! The Friends of the David Owsley Museum of Art invited members and those interested in joining to see new exhibitions and learn the latest news. The installation of the museum’s newly acquired of the 12th Century Chinese Song Dynasty Bodhisattva head was featured at this event. This […]

  • Remembrance

    New, and currently on display in the Brown Study Room at DOMA is a series of twelve serigraph prints by Post-Abstract Expressionist, Larry Rivers. The body of work, Larry Rivers and the Boston Massacre (1970), juxtaposes historical events that occurred two hundred years apart to re-examine the pursuit of civil liberties and personal freedom. Rivers […]