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Explore Artistic Innovation at the OSU Museum of Art

Exhibition of photographs of modern interiors against a dark green wall with steampunk lighting apparatus

Originally established as a Federal Post Office in 1933, since January 2014 this stately redbrick building in downtown Stillwater has housed the OSU Museum of Art. As one of Oklahoma’s premier institutions of fine art, the OSU Museum prides itself for being not only the primary exhibit space for Oklahoma State University’s permanent collection, but also a vibrant teaching museum that cultivates artistic aptitude among students in the greater Stillwater community. In addition to the many murals, paintings, drawings, and sculptures that comprise the museum’s permanent collection, visitors will also enjoy the following special exhibits: Contingent Structures, an assortment of ceramic sculptures by Brandon Reese that query the many possibilities of towers, canopies, circular enclosures, and other architectural mainstays (now through October 28); Kiki Smith and Paper, an investigation of womanhood and the female form in sculptures, prints, and drawings from across the artist’s life (now through December 2); and Femfolio, which presents the groundbreaking creations of twenty women who initiated the feminist art movement over forty years ago.

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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our history

Our history

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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Campus

Campus

With picturesque landscaping and Georgian architecture prominent throughout its 700 acres, OSU is one of the most beautiful campuses in the region.

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