MSU Art and Design professor Sean Lyman will be one of two visiting artist’s presentations at The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas. Professor Lyman’s and artist Thomas Keifer’s talks will take place on the afternoon, Thursday, February 16th, 2017 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the museum’s Hudson Auditorium.
Works by both artists—including recent graphite works by Lyman— are featured in the museum’s current temporary exhibition “Domestic Seen,” on display through March 26th, 2017.
The program is free and open to the public, and no tickets or reservations are required.
We are honored that the Ozarks Celebration Festival has been a tradition on the Missouri State campus for the past 20 years. We regret that due to diminished state funding to the university, the festival has been cut from the budget and will not continue.
For two decades, the contributions of artisans, performers, students and volunteers helped make the festival a success. We are thankful for the support of generous sponsors and for the community’s warm reception of the festival.
Missouri State’s commitment to preserving and celebrating Ozarks culture and history continues through scholarship, archives, events and curricular programs.
These events offer opportunities for students who are interested in communication to engage with important ideas and influential figures in the field.
During COMWeek, students get the chance to interact with leading scholars in the field, including ones who have written textbooks used in Missouri State communication courses. There will also be an interactive alumni panel and networking opportunities — events where you can build relationships with communication students, faculty and alumni.
On April 14, 1906, racial tensions reached a tipping point in the Queen City of the Ozarks. Mob rule and violence ensued, and the lynching that occurred in Park Central Square on the eve of Easter Sunday became a permanent mark on the history of the Ozarks. In the aftermath of the catastrophe, many African-Americans […]
I recently presented at the COAL All-College Meeting. Since it was my first time to meet with COAL, I provided an overview of my role in the college and also addressed some common questions about copyright issues.
Key points from the presentation
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