OSU Museum of Art opens student-curated exhibition that explores culture and identity
A new exhibition curated by Oklahoma State University graduate students opens April
26 at the OSU Museum of Art. “In Situ: Place, Meaning, and Identity in America” is
inspired by the Latin term “in situ,” which refers to an object in its original place.
Dr. Karen Greenwalt’s ART 5813 students saw “in situ” represented in many OSU Museum
of Art Permanent Collection works, leading them to choose objects for the exhibition
that emphasize the interdependent relationship between place and identity.