Harmon will present a workshop on location lighting with strobes and speedlight for portraiture. Workshop attendees will get hands-on experience with technical, aesthetic, and conceptual aspects of portraiture, including location choice, posing a subject, lighting, exposure, and post-processing. This workshop is aimed at intermediate to advanced photographers. This workshop will be conducted with a digital workflow. Strobe lighting will be provided.

** Participants are encouraged to bring their own cameras and lights if they have them.

Attendance is limited. Please reserve your place by calling 405-744-1535 or infosca@okstate.edu


One of the first residence halls in Oklahoma, the Women’s Building was constructed in 1910. The name was changed to Gardiner Hall in recognition of Maud Gardiner, who pioneered Home Economics at OSU. In addition to being one of the first women’s residence halls, it also housed the Domestic Economy and Art Division. Through the years, along with the Domestic arts, the building has been used for women’s physical education, karate, speech, agriculture extension, drafting, and the Foreign Language Department. A gift from Pete and Pat Bartlett made possible a complete renovation of Gardiner Hall. The name was changed to Bartlett Center for the Studio Arts after the Art Department reclaimed the building in 1984. With the addition of the Visual Arts Annex to the Art Department in 2002, new opportunities in 3D, Sculpture, Ceramics, and Printmaking Studios became available, so the name was changed to the Bartlett Center for the Visual Arts. The art gallery continues to bear the historic building name as the Gardiner Gallery of Art. Exhibits include the student and faculty exhibitions as well as international and national artists. The gallery also features faculty and student curated shows and traveling exhibitions.

Dive into mixed media and paper arts with this 4-week introduction to texture and color. Create your abstract design by experimenting with gorgeous papers, colorful inks, marvelous metallics, fabulous fibers, embossing powders, paints and other interesting media to create a small sculpture, book or wall art. All tools and materials will be supplied.

Fauvism is for Birds!

This is a make and take for all ages, 4 to adult. Introduce to Fauvism (style of les Fauves (a French term that means “the wild beasts”) a group of early 20th century artists whose works were characterized by wild brush work and strident colors, while subject matter featured high degree of simplification and abstraction. Will create a wild bird feeder utilizing those elements.

Create in the kitchen with supervision; kids will make his or her own recipes with selective ingredients to show case their talent and taste buds. Students will learn kitchen safety, measuring skills and how to cook and bake some selected dishes. This class is a life time skill and benefits the whole family.

Expert hands-on art instruction and enrichment for your child. In this class children will have the opportunity to explore different artistic media, learn about the history of art, and nurture their creativity in an innovative and supportive environment.  

Introduction to pottery, including the basics of hand building, throwing on the wheel and glazing.
(prerequisite for Adult Pottery and ceramics open studio)

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