OU Museum of Art Now Exhibiting “Jiki to Hanga: Japanese Porcelain and Prints”

The Oglethorpe University Museum of Art is now exhibiting “Jiki to Hanga: Japanese Porcelain and Prints,” featuring 49 color woodcuts and more than 30 porcelain and earthenware objects. Twenty-eight woodcuts are by shin-hanga style master printmaker Hiroshi Yoshida (1876-1950). The exhibition runs through Sunday, August 25, 2013. The Yoshida prints and several others are on …

Oglethorpe Students Explore “Stand Strong Japan” Exhibit

It’s exciting when the Core curriculum and what Atlanta has to offer come together. Last semester I took my Narratives of Self class to an exhibit sponsored by the Consulate of Japan. The exhibit was called Stand Strong Japan and was held at the Wimbish House in Midtown. It showcased the culture of Tohoku, the …

Summer Break the OU Way: Educators’ Edition II

A few weeks ago, we asked OU faculty to let us know what’s been keeping them busy this summer.  The response was so generous, we had to post another blog!  Here are more of their exciting stories:  Dr. Jay Lutz, Professor of French, visited the country of Senegal as part of the Intercultural Dimensions Program.  He and …