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Explore a World of Imagination at the OSU Museum of Art

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When the elegant redbrick building at 720 South Husband Street opened as a Federal Post Office in 1933, no one could have predicted that eight decades later it would be transformed into one of Oklahoma’s top venues for the exhibition of fine art. Since January 2014, the OSU Museum of Art has delighted visitors not only with pieces from Oklahoma State University’s permanent collection but also with special exhibits of work by premier artists from across the country and the world. Now through December 8 at the museum, you can enjoy Benjamin Harjo Jr.: We Are a Landscape of All We Know. This carefully curated collection of thirty sculptures, prints, and other works on paper have been drawn from various private collections to demonstrate Harjo’s unique capacity for delving into his own personal and cultural heritage to illuminate the imbrication of aboriginal communities and the broader American experience. A special reception for the exhibit will be held the evening of October 4, and the artist himself will be in residence the morning of October 5 to give visitors a firsthand look at his fascinating printmaking technique in action.

Address: 720 S Husband St, Stillwater, OK 74074

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The Ranchers Club

The Ranchers Club

Rich hardwoods, soft leather seating and beautiful original artwork of Oklahoma and Texas ranches define the comfortable elegance of The Ranchers Club.

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Dubbed the “Waldorf of the West” when it opened in 1950, the Atherton at OSU was the first purpose-built hotel located in a university Student Union.

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