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It was so nice to round out our Spring 2022 exhibition in person with our galleries and most major programs live and in person. It was a welcomed sight! We also enjoyed launching a new series of virtual programs called Noontime Chatter where staff at the museum and guests discussed various topics related to the museum and our exhibitions. It was a hit, so we decided to do it again this Fall and you can view them on our YouTube channel ( if you missed them. Every other Fall we get the opportunity to collaborate with the Cincinnati based photography program FotoFocus. We are very fortunate to receive several grants tied with two of our Fall 2022 exhibitions - A Lens for Freedom: Civil Rights Photographs by Steve Schapiro and PhotOH: Photographers in the Heartland. We encourage you to engage not only with our two exhibitions and the related programming as part of FotoFocus but to also sign-up for the FotoFocus Passport [FREE] which will provide you with information and access to over 100 photography related projects between now and the end of the year throughout the greater Cincinnati region. Learn more at We are also excited to announce revisions and additions to the ways you can support and engage with the Miami University Art Museum. At the most basic level is our Friends of the Miami University Art Museum membership level which is FREE. Learn more at Weyourmuam.lookforward to seeing you in our galleries and on campus as you visit, explore and participate in any of the hundreds of wonderful arts and culture events, programs, exhibitions and museums in the Miami family. Visual Arts at Miami (VAAM) is a bi-annual publication of the Miami University Art Museum (MUAM) showcasing visual arts at Miami University for members and the arts the sustaining members of the Art Museum, Visual Arts at Miami is available digitally through the companion blog at Kepler after a new paint job. See Krista Lens MUAM: Docent Susan Joyce

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Energized! That’s the word I can use to describe the Spring Semester at Miami University Art Museum and Sculpture Park. We presented a wide range of excellent exhibitions and public programs this year, and you can catch up with any of our virtual programs via our YouTube channel. A highlight was the event for the Art and Architecture History Capstone Exhibition, Reflections: Visual Constructions of Race, in which the students who co-curated this exhibition stood next to and explained the displayed artworks that they selected and researched in the prior semester. The students’ excitement and joy was clear as they shared their knowledge and celebrated the Capstone experience with many visitors. As we head into Fall 2022 we have a number of exciting exhibitions and events lined up. In connection with the Miami University Focus Theme of 2022-23, Tribal Sovereignty, in partnership with the Myaamia Center, we look forward to the Student Response Exhibition, Interconnected: Land, Identity, Community. Photography plays a major part of our programs, supported by and in conjunction with the Cincinnati-based FotoFocus Biennial: A Lens for Freedom: Civil Rights Photographs by Steve Schapiro, and PhotOH: Photographers in the Heartland. While we are rooted in the present moment, we also plan for the future. In addition to an annual membership drive, MUAM launches a major fundraising campaign this year: the Art Museum Support Fund is intended to cover the widest continued and future needs for the Art Museum and is especially important as we move towards future projects including a major renovation and expansion. Support for education, staffing and programs is particularly important to us at the present time (see page 24).

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We are so grateful for your current and future support! You can find out more about varied ways to support us on our website and by contacting me via Jack.Green@ mission, MUAM recognizes and celebrates global artistic and cultural diversity through display, study, publication and programs, contributing to the preservation and development of the collections, and teaching of visual culture. As part of a wider initiative of the College of Creative Arts within Miami University, the Art Museum is in the process of developing its Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion (DEAI) goals. This important process strengthens our existing commitment to social and racial justice, and allows us to play a more active role in breaking down barriers and inviting everyone to visit and engage with the Art Museum, our collections, and programs. Watch this space and visit us in person or online!

John (Jack) D.M. Green Jeffrey Horrell ‘75 and Rodney Rose Director and Chief Curator of the Miami University Art Museum

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Where is the Art Museum on Campus? For starters, you can’t miss the large, industrial red sculpture by Mark di Suvero on the front lawn. MUAM is also just a 7-minute walk from the Armstrong Student Center, diagonally across from Tappan Hall, at the intersection of S. Patterson Ave. and Chestnut St., right when you enter Oxford off of State Route 27. What can the Art Museum do for Students? Lots of things! MUAM is a great place to see diverse exhibitions and explore outstanding works of art. You can also work, intern, volunteer, join the Art Museum Student Organization (AMSO) and attend lectures and social events. What can the Art Museum do for the Public?

The Miami University Art Museum, completed in 1978, was designed by Walter Netsch of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill in Chicago, and is situated on three acres of scenic sculpture park grounds. It houses five galleries of changing exhibitions and a growing permanent collection of more than 17,500 artworks. MUAM is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) and is a proud member of the North American Reciprocal Museum Association (NARM).

The Art Museum and Sculpture Park is FREE & OPEN to ALL and is an excellent venue for exploring arts and culture from around the world. Membership in support of programs and exhibitions is available at varying levels. Each one offers a higher level of engagement with the museum via special-invitation-only events and special programs. link.

Hours Tuesday–Friday: 10 AM–5 PM Saturday: 12–5 PM Second Wednesdays: 10 AM–8 PM Closed: Nov 24-26, Sunday, Monday, national holidays, university closures, and during installation (more info on website.) FREE & OPEN TO ALL! Website Location & Contact Miami University Art Museum 801 S. Patterson Ave. Oxford, OH 45056 (513) ArtMuseum@MiamiOH.edu529-2232 Museum Staff Jack Green, Jeffrey Horrell ‘75 and Rodney Rose Director and Chief Curator David Dotson, Preparator/ Building Manager Sherri Krazl, CommunicationsMarketing/ Jason E. Shaiman, Curator of Exhibitions Laura Stewart, Manager/RegistrarCollections Stevie Woolf, Administrative Assistant /MIAMIUNIVERSITYARTMUSEUM @MIAMIU-ARTMUSEUM @MIAMIOHARTMUSEUM Please go[]planningyourtobesurethatareopenandreviewcurrentoutourexhibitionprogramseventsat

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5 ART MUSEUM PEOPLE OF MUAM Gifts in Memory Gifts in Memory of Barbara M. Serraino (1930-2021) are on view in the Harry and Lucy Williams Foyer of the Art Museum through September. Two Abstract Expressionist artworks by Ohio women artists were recently purchased through the Miami University Art Museum Commemorative Fund in memory of Barbara M. Serraino, a founding Docent of the Art Museum and great supporter of art education for all ages. Also posted in our foyer is a copy of her Docent Spotlight story from the Spring 2013 issue of the Visual Arts at Miami

Please join us in welcoming Stevie Woolf to the Art Museum team as Administrative Assistant for MUAM and the McGuffey House & Museum. Stevie joins us from Wright State University, Dayton, where she has served as the Administrative Support Coordinator with the Department of Modern Languages (2019-22), and prior to that as the Administrative Specialist for the School of Professional Psychology (2015-19). Stevie brings a wide range of skills and experience to Miami University, and is familiar with many applications that we utilize within a similar university setting, including ChromeRiver and Oracle. Stevie enjoys exploring the great outdoors with her retriever, Oslo; the quiet comfort of a good book or film with her calico, Annabella; and being preoccupied making a mess in the kitchen. She also has an interest in art history and is looking forward to learning more about our collections! Please join us in welcoming Stevie! We're excited to be working with you and getting to know you! Museum Staff

Welcome Stevie Woolf!


Bottom left Rosemary Burkholder (American, 1921-2001); Sailing (detail), date unknown; Acrylic on canvas; Miami University Art Museum purchase through the Commemorative Fund, made possible by generous donations from William J. Serraino, Lisa Serraino, the Art Museum Docents, and others in memory of Barbara M. Serraino; 2022.4

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with the two works purchased in her memory are some of the donors and docents from left to right, Susan Joyce, Bill Serraino, Lee Hamill, Sue Jones, and Ann Bell.

This year, the Art Museum presented two students with the 2021-22 Student Leader Award, in recognition of, and appreciation for, their leadership and ongoing contributions. The awards this year went to Katrina Shafor (‘22) and Mitch Meikle (‘22).

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Katrina completed a degree in Art Education and Community Arts. She was especially supportive and a great colleague in assisting the Preparation Department at the Museum, particularly in the preparation and installation of the temporary exhibitions. Katrina also received the Miami University Senior Leadership award. Thank you Katrina, and all the best for your future career. Mitch made great contributions to MUAM last year. While completing his degree in Art Education, Mitch also completed an internship in collections toward his Museums and Society minor. In addition, Mitch contributed as a volunteer to the Art Explorers Program alongside Lucy Osborne. Mitch, thanks for your service to the MuseumArt and good luck in your career.future

Professor Stephanie Danker is a strong supporter of the Art Museum and our engagement with students in the Department of Art. In particular, she provides great support through encouragement of volunteer opportunities for Art Education students, which helps support programs such as Art Explorers. Professor Danker has also engaged with MUAM’s collections and exhibitions to develop student projects such as creating lesson plans, which benefit K-12 education through ART 395 Art Across the Curriculum. We are looking forward to continuing our work with Professor Danker in the future. Thank you Stephanie for your service to and support of MUAM.

Volume 11, Issue 1 | Fall 2022 7 ART MUSEUM MUAMHonorLeadersRoll FACULTY LEADERS ELLEN PRICE (2018) PEPPER STETLER (2019) SCOTT SANDER (2020) MICHAEL HATCH (2021) STEPHANIE DANKER (2022) STUDENT LEADERS CAROLINE BASTIAN (2018) BERENICE ACEVADO (2019) ETHAN CLEARFIELD (2019) BREANNA COLE (2020) DIANE KATE KARSANOW (2020) GRACE BIHL (2021) FAITH WALKER (2021) KATRINA SHAFOR (2022) MITCH MIEKLE (2022) VOLUNTEER LEADER LUCY OSBORNE (2022) COMMUNITY PARTNER OXFORD LANE LIBRARY (2021) OXFORD COMMUNITY ARTS CENTER (2022) Volunteer Leader A new recognition category for the year was the Volunteer Leader award presented to Lucy Osborne ('22). Lucy, who majored in Art Education, served as a volunteer during our Art Explorers program in the Fall of 2021. You can read an online article about her experience in our Moments@MUAM blog. Lucy also received the President’s Distinguished Service Award at Miami University and we are so proud of endeavors,onastheWeachievements.herwishyouverybestyouembarkyourfutureLucy. Community Partner This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Oxford Community Arts Center (OCAC), and we’ve seen just how much of an impact this wonderful organization has made on the local community. The Art Museum has worked with OCAC on joint programs, such as the film series and Chocolate Meltdown, and we’re looking forward to future collaborations. There’s been a change in leadership at OCAC with Heidi Schiller joining as Executive Director, and we want to achievements.andlandmarkanniversaryonthecongratulateHeidiwelcomeandOCACtheirfuture Recognitions

Learn more about our collection of over 17,500 works on our web site at ArtMuseum. Make arrangements to study works not on view by contacting Collections Manager/ Registrar Laura Stewart at (513) 529-2235 or

In 1959, the Japanese printmaker Shikō Munakata (1903-1975) was a guest artist at Pratt and according to Mrs. Fahs Charles, her father would certainly have met with him then, if not earlier in Japan. A gorgeous, color print by Munakata, Woman with a Hawk, was either purchased by Dr. Fahs or was a gift from the artist in the early-mid 1960s, and the Art Museum is thrilled to have this work become part of its permanent collection thanks to the generosity of Mrs. Fahs Charles. Widely recognized as a “folk artist”, Munakata synthesized his personal, Zen Buddhist beliefs with the traditions of Japanese woodblock printing. In fact, he emphasized the natural materiality of the wood rather than his own artistic skills as the source of his artwork. Early on, Munakata hand-colored the surface of his prints but found that this adversely covered his sumi inked (black), key block lines. Taking some advice from a trusted art world friend, he later began coloring from the back of his prints, enabling a bleed-through effect to the front. This treatment is evident in the Art Museum’s Woman with a Hawk, c. 1964.

Woman with a Hawk is special not only for its color-technique but also for the type of paper on which it is printed: kōzo or mulberry paper. Originally found in mountainous regions, the kōzo plant became cultivated specifically for paper and textiles as its durability came from very long and strong fibers. The paper is exceedingly thin in the Munakata print, almost translucent, again allowing for pigments to seep through from the Alsoreverse.ofnote, the subject matter of this woodblock print richly illustrates the Japanese noble tradition of takagari, or falconry. In this case, the falconer is a nude female who takes up most of the frame, her body in a seated position as she holds a hawk in her right hand. Expressive lines in the background suggest the patterns of various flora while what appear to be Japanese characters hover in the upper right corner. All in all, an intriguing and wonderful addition to the Art Museum’s impressive and growing collection of Japanese woodblock prints that can be made available for viewing by appointment.

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In the fall of 2021, the Museum received an exciting gift of several East Asian objects from Mrs. Barbara Fahs Charles, daughter of the late Dr. Charles Burton Fahs. As professor of Political Science at Miami University from 1968-1973, Dr. Fahs also served as Director of the University’s International Programs Department. Among his numerous accomplishments, he was Director of the Rockefeller Foundation’s Humanities Division from 1950-1962, and in this post, he successfully advocated for grants to Pratt Institute’s Graphic Arts Center.

Japanese, Munakata Shikō (1903-1975); Woman with a Hawk, woodblock print; Gift of Barbara Fahs Charles in memory of her father, Charles Burton Fahs; 2021.11


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Janis WunderlichMars Embrace, 2020 Agostino Carracci (Italian, 1557-1602) Saints John the Baptiste, Catherine and Anthony Abbot, 1582

Upcoming Exhibitions

Art and Devotion: An Art Architectureand History Capstone Exhibition (Farmer Gallery) Under the guidance of Andrew Casper, Associate Professor of Art & Architecture History, students will engage with the Miami University Art Museum to curate an exhibition about how the imagery of Abrahamic religions (Jewish, Christian and Islamic) inspires and documents devotional engagement across time periods.

Current Forms: Ohio Figurative Ceramics (Douglass and McKie Galleries) A survey of figurative ceramics from artists with Ohio connections, this exhibition is co-curated with Richard W. James, Assistant Professor of Ceramics at Miami University, and Kourtney Stone, Visiting Assistant Professor of Ceramics at Indiana University, Bloomington. Current Forms is developed in conjunction with the March 16-20, 2023, NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts) conference in Cincinnati. Funding support of this exhibition is through a grant from the Ohio Arts Council.

Jan 23-Jun 13, 2023

Phillip Raymond Shriver: A Centenary Remembrance (1922-2011)

Visual Arts at Miami McGuffey House & Museum 401 E. Spring St. Oxford, OH 45056 (513) Thursday-Saturday529-8380 1-5 PM

Pictured: Shriver (right) and President James C. Garland at the dedication of the Ohio Historical Marker, September 21, 2002.


McGuffey Moments

Few personified Miami’s motto, Prodesse Quam Conspici, more than Phillip Shriver. Whether meeting him in person, in a classroom, or at a campus event, President Shriver’s unpretentious manner and warm collegiality captured everyone’s attention. In his clear, carefully measured delivery, Shriver possessed a unique ability to make everyone feel as though he was talking only to you. Attentive and engaging, his friendly greetings were extended to all, from groundskeepers and custodians to faculty and dining hall employees. Shriver was an inveterate note writer, frequently sending hand-written congratulations or condolences. And somehow, beyond the ability of most mortals, he seemingly knew the names of every Miami employee, their spouse, and often all of their children, not to mention scores of students and alumni. Holding three Ivy League degrees and serving on a Navy destroyer during World War II, Shriver made others, not himself, the center of conversation. Still, it would be a mistake to allow any perception of “Uncle Phil” as an avuncular administrator to overshadow his keen intellect, academic rigor and remarkable management skills. It can be argued had Shriver not been Miami’s president during the campus unrest of 1969-1970, events may have had a far more troubling outcome. Phillip Shriver was keenly aware of his deep Buckeye roots. Along with Martha, his dear wife of over 65 years, and their family, Shriver’s love also included his fifty years of teaching history, first at Kent State and then Miami. His Miami and Ohio history courses were legendary for decades. Outside the office and classroom, there scarcely was a campus or Oxford event he and Martha failed to support. President Shriver expressed a special affection for McGuffey Museum and the legacy of an earlier Miami educator – William Holmes McGuffey. Character and knowledge – McGuffey’s twin pillars of success – are worth noting as we remember the life and legacy of Phillip Raymond Shriver.

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Pictured above: Krista working on the Women in the Air Force exhibit. Top: installing a brick from the Pentagon as part of the 9/11 portion of the exhibit. Below: uncrating a duck sculpture by Alice King Chatham, who was a student and sculptress at the Dayton Art Institute in the 1920s/1930s later recruited by Wright-Patterson AFB to design oxygen masks and later designed space suits.

When asked about her experiences at MUAM she shared that, "My internship helped me figure out what I wanted to do, and how to do it. It was the first time I'd really gotten to participate in the curatorial side of museum work and that experience has been invaluable to me. The Faculty & Alumni show had already been planned so we were in the stage where we put that plan into action. On the other hand, the Expressive Therapies exhibition was just an idea at that point so I also got to see what goes into forming an exhibit team, setting educational goals, working through various potential ethical and practical issues, and how to organize and theme the exhibition. The experience made me realize that I loved the entire haveneveratBeforemuseums.arematerialobjects/andartthatweIartmuseumsmosttosurprisedtheWhenpieces.andchoosingespeciallyprocess,atopicselectingIgotintofield,italsomelearnthathistoryhavecollections.thinkinschoolassumeartisatmuseumshistoricalcultureathistoryIstartedNMUSAF,Iwouldguessedthat

a large military museum would have an art collection, but I've since learned that most history museums do. I've also learned that most people who are interested in being art curators naturally gravitate to art museums, so there's a shortage of people at history museums who have experience working with art. My background in art history and my experience at MUAM definitely helped me to carve out a role for myself as being the goto curator for the care and display of our art collection/exhibits."

MUAM Alumni Connection

Krista (Dunkman) Overman (‘13), Curator at National Museum of the United States Air Force (NMUSAF), studied History and History of Art and Architecture and in the Fall of 2012, she interned at the Miami University Art Museum, working on the Faculty & Alumni exhibition and the beginning stages of the Expressive Therapies Inexhibition.hercurrent role as the Curator at the National Museum of the United States Air Force, Krista does a variety of curatorial work including working with mannequins, selecting and writing about artifacts for social media pages, creating small artifact displays for special events, and working on larger exhibits. "I most recently served as the lead Curator for the Women in the Air Force exhibit and for the art show, The Beauty of Space in conjunction with the International Association of Astronomical Artists. The next exhibit I'll be working on will be about the Air Force & NASA and will be a complete redesign of our Missile and Space galleries."

Telling a People’s Story: Traveling Exhibition

Woodbourne Library, Dayton, OH Elementary School Students

During the Spring of 2018, the groundbreaking exhibition Telling a People’s Story: African-American Children’s Illustrated Literature filled MUAM’s three changing galleries. This first major museum exhibition devoted to the art found within the pages of African-American children’s picture books featured 130 original works of art by more than 90 African-American picture book illustrators and artists. The exhibition emphasized the strength of the illustrations as visual narrative representations of the African-American experience. While aspects of social justice were found throughout the three galleries, the exhibition went beyond providing a look into the struggles of African Americans. This project celebrated the complex and diverse African-American experience through a lens intended for children and young readers. The exhibition offered something for all viewers through the representation of familiar and lesserknown people and the contributions of African-Americans to an American identity. To make the exhibition accessible to audiences across the country, MUAM developed a traveling panel version of the exhibition. With funding from the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation in Cleveland, among other supporters, MUAM produced five sets of the 12-panel exhibition. Beginning in October 2018, the sets began circulating to public schools, public libraries and universities and colleges. To date, the exhibition has been shown at 86 venues across the country. It is estimated that more than 23,000 individuals of all ages have seen the exhibition at the many venues in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Missouri, North Carolina, Iowa, Texas and New Mexico. We already have several bookings for 2023 and will soon embark on a wider promotional campaign for the exhibition to expand to more states.

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Stickney-Forest View Public Library, Stickney, IL

Stickney-Forest View Public Library, Stickney, IL


Top: Ishita Islam; Quest for identity, 2022; Painting on panel. Above left: Reilly Powers; Reflection in the Mirror, 2022; Paper silhouette. Right: Hannah Litt; Held In Her, 2022; Mixed media. Exhibition graphics designed by Macey Chamberlin, Communication Design student.

FEATURED PROGRAM Interconnected: A Student Response Exhibition Reception



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WED, NOV 9, 5-7 PM Supported by the Art Museum Members and the Art Museum Student Organization (AMSO).

Returning this semester, now taking place during Fall, is the Student Response Exhibition (SRE). Open to all Miami University students, of any year, major/minor, this eighth SRE is connecting students with the complex theme of Sovereignty. Interconnected: Land, Identity, Community is developed in collaboration with the Myaamia Center at Miami in association with the 2022-2023 FOCUS theme of Tribal Sovereignty. In Interconnected, sovereignty includes inherent and retained political rights and cultural integrity. Three key factors in maintaining Tribal Sovereignty are land, identity, and community. This theme, which was broadened for students to allow for wider contextualization, is also connected with the 50th anniversary of the relationship between the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and Miami University. In a unique collaboration, George Ironstrack and Kara Strass of the Myaamia Center partnered with Sherri Krazl, Laura Stewart and Jason Shaiman of the Miami University Art Museum to develop the context and make the selection of works. Thirty-one out of the 55 submitted pieces are featured in this exhibition. The SRE includes a fun and exciting opportunity for the participating students as they are eligible to win cash prizes sponsored by the Art Museum Members Association. Visitors to the exhibition can cast a vote for their three favorite works in the exhibition via a kiosk in the gallery. Winners will be announced at a special reception and celebration of student creativity on Wed, Nov 9, 2022, during a public awards ceremony.



Images by Steve Schapiro: (at left) Freedom Now, 1964; (above right) We Shall Overcome, 1964; (far right) Civil Rights Worker’s Station Wagon, Philadelphia, Mississippi, 1964. Exhibition graphics by Macey Chamberlin, Communication Design student.


The Miami University Art Museum has for many years taken a proactive role in developing and presenting exhibitions that focus on social and racial justice. So did Steve Schapiro, the acclaimed photographer and photojournalist who documented many iconic moments during the 1960s Civil Rights Movement. Schapiro was here in Oxford in June 1964 on assignment for Life magazine, on the grounds of the former Western College for Women, the land on which this museum stands. During one week in Oxford in June 1964, Schapiro photographed the training of approximately 800 volunteers for the Mississippi Freedom Project. More commonly known as Freedom Summer, the historic event launched efforts to register Black voters, and to set up Freedom Schools and Freedom Community Centers in Mississippi and other neighboring deep South states. After the first of two weeks of training in Oxford, Schapiro traveled to Mississippi where he photographed the work of the Freedom Summer volunteers and photographingwithSchapirocoordinators.wastherecamerasinhandthe highs and lows of Freedom Summer. He took photographs of volunteers helping discuss voter registration with poor, rural Blacks, and White librarians reading to and teaching Black children. Schapiro was also there to witness the retrieval of the charred remains of the car that carried Michael Schwerner, James Chaney and Andrew Goodman from Oxford to Meridian, Mississippi. The three slain civil rights workers, whose bodies were found two months later, were murdered by members of the KKK. Shaken, but undeterred, Schapiro continued documenting Freedom Summer activities in Mississippi. Schapiro’s civil rights photographic work began in 1963 with his photo essay of writer and speaker James Baldwin. In addition to his work documenting Freedom Summer, he is best known for his photographs of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Medgar Evers, John Lewis and countless others who fought and died for racial justice in America. Schapiro would continue photographing civil rights activities throughout his life almost until his passing in January 2022. A Lens for Freedom, consisting of 17 photographs and 3 contact sheets from MUAM’s permanent collection, is organized in association with the 2022 Cincinnati-based FotoFocus Biennial theme, World Record. This exhibition and associated programming is supported with a grant from FotoFocus as part of the FotoFocus Biennial 2022, and generous support of Richard and Susan Momeyer. The exhibition is dedicated to the memory of Steve Schapiro.

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Exhibition Programs

Exhibition & Programs sponsored by: Richard & MomeyerSusan

Freedom! Talk and music

Join us for an open house with refreshments and activities as well as a film screening in our auditorium of the 2022 PBS Documentary, Training for Freedom (27 mins.) The film presents the history and personal stories of those who came together in Oxford, OH, as they prepared to help register Black voters in the deep South during the historic 1964 Freedom Summer campaign. Q&A follows from Miami University Archivist Jacqueline Johnson and Freedom Summer ‘64 trainee and activist and Miami University Professor Emeritus Richard Momeyer.

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WED, SEP 14, 5-7 PM

TAMMY KERNODLE & MIAMI UNIVERSITY GOSPEL SINGERS Talk and music by Tammy Kernodle, plus Miami University Gospel Singers (MUGS). Student-led acapella/singalong in the McKie Gallery. Finding Freedom Summer Traveling Panel Project

WED, OCT 5, 12 PM NOONTIME CHATTER WITH STAFF AT MUAM [Virtual ] Hosted by Collections Manager & Registrar Laura Stewart with guests: Jacqueline Johnson, Stephanie Danker, Kimberly Hoffman, Zack Tucker and Alia Levar Wegner. Points of View: Searching, Finding, Seeing WED, SEP 21, 5-7 PM PHOTOGRAPHER, MARK CLENNON Mark Clennon speaks about his journey as an artist and finding his point of view. Seeing his work and hearing the stories behind his images will offer a contemporary lens into the world of Civil Rights activities. Clennon has been photographing Civil Rights protests over the past few years, including important protests in NYC following the 2020 murder of George Floyd. As a contemporary photographer, Clennon will bridge today’s movement with the historic 1964 Freedom Summer Program as documented by Steve Schapiro. Mark Clennon’s contemporary Civil Rights photographs of the Black Lives Matter Movement will provide an important context for the importance of the image as social documentation.


William Messer, an independent Cincinnati photography curator, approached the Miami University Art Museum in 2021 with an idea for an invitational exhibition in association with the 2022 Cincinnati-based FotoFocus Biennial.

PhotOH: Behind the Lens. Reception and Artist Panel


WED, OCT 12, 5-7 PM

PhotOH will also be a visited venue by the Oracle XL meetings of international photography curators taking place in Cincinnati and at the nearby Hueston Woods Lodge & Conference Center. Following the Oracle meetings, PostOracle participants will engage in a 5-day visit of art venues in the Ohio cities of Dayton, Columbus, Akron, Cleveland and Toledo in Ohio, before terminating in Detroit. In addition, a companion exhibition of around 12 additional photographers’ work curated by William Messer will be installed at Iris BookCafé and Gallery in Cincinnati.

PhotOH: Photographers in the Heartland, a co-curated collaboration by Messer and Jason E. Shaiman, MUAM’s Curator of Exhibitions, provides a survey of work being made by photographers throughout Ohio communities. Of the 75 photographers who submitted in response to an invitation, 27 were selected for inclusion. The exhibition features 51 photographs, presenting works from 25 photographers and 2 from a collaboration. The selected work presents a considerable range of photographic practices, styles, and subject matter. Messer and Shaiman set out a goal to expose the Miami University community and the broader FotoFocus audience to a geographically diverse survey of photographers working in Ohio.


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Exhibition Program

Join us for a special reception with featured photographers and a panel discussion on their work.

Volume 11, Issue 1 | Fall 2022 17 ART MUSEUM M E M B ER SH I P H A S NEVE R B E E N M O RE R E W A R DING.. To join or learn more, visit www.MiamiOH edu/ArtMuseum, call (513) 529 1887, or stop in the MUAM at 801 S Patterson Ave Become part of the Art Museum today! » NmafmReciprocalembersgainree/discountedccesstoover1000useumsinorthAmerica » MUAM memberships support programs, exhibitions and member activities Exhibition talk: Craft and Camera: The Art of Nancy Ford Cones Oct 6 | 6:30-8 PM | Luther Hall, Taft Museum of Art Pepper Stetler, Associate Professor, Art and Architecture History | Associate Director, Miami University Humanities Center Stetler will highlight work from the exhibition to explore Nancy Ford Cones's significant contribution to Pictorialist photography. This talk is in conjunction with the exhibition Craft and Camera: The Art of Nancy Ford Cones October 1, 2022–January 15, 2023 | Fifth Third Gallery | Taft Museum of Art Fall Programs 2022 Architecture + Interior Design Learn MUSEUMS MIAMI Miami University has andenjoymentforareRegionals)(Oxfordallcollectionslibrariesmuseums,manyandacrosscampusesandallfreeresourcesexploration,research. MUSEUMS MIAMI is a collaboration of these collecting Learnunits. more

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Susan enjoys mixing music with history, math, science - you name it - she’s probably found the connection. She finds a lot of parallels with music and our collections, especially in the Art History at a Glance and Global Perspectives exhibitions. Susan and her husband Brian (a Miami Merger) both retired from Miami. They raised two children who are also Miami graduates.

Above: This Kente Cloth, and other items in the Global Perspectives gallery, reminds her of the many international students she and her husband have hosted over the years.

Reach out to Susan or any of our docents to learn more about the program. Call or e-mail the Art Museum at (513) 529-2232 or ArtMuseum@ to learn more and we will be glad to connect you.

In the docent program, Susan most enjoys the school tours and presenting for the Institute for Learning in Retirement where her most recent presentation was on works donated by Cynthia Kelley. Her most recent favorite exhibition was the Collections Highlights as she likes seeing the new works acquired by the museum. One of her favorite works is a Rembrandt currently not on display which is an etching of his wife and others included below.

PEOPLE OF MUAM Susan Joyce, Docent

Susan shared, “It’s fun to talk with people in Art History at a Glance (Goodyear Gallery). We stand there and see a Rembrandt and a Warhol in the same room. Where else can you say that?” Her advice to anyone considering volunteering for the Art Museum Docent Program is, “If you have a desire to keep learning and enjoy sharing what you learn with other people you should consider becoming a docent. Don't let a lack of background in visual art stop you at all.”

Far left: Susan admiring Venice by Dixie Selden Left inset: Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669); Studies of the Heads of Saskia and Others, 1636; Etching on paper; Miami University Art Museum purchase; 2004.5

Retired Music Instructor Susan Joyce on one of her Art Museum visits in the Fall of 2018 was encouraged to check out the docent program by retired Curator of Education Cynthia Collins. The hook was set! Susan quickly realized that being a docent was a great place for her to continue a lifelong learning journey and also to share her love of teaching. Susan retired after 21 years at Miami’s Middletown campus. Throughout her career, she taught music to people of all ages from preschoolers to senior citizens.

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WED | SEP 21 | 5-7 PM

Photographer Mark Clennon speaks about his journey as an artist and finding his point of view. In this presentation, he talks about finding his audience, his voice, and the questions he asks himself while making impactful work. Seeing Clennon’s photographs and hearing the stories behind his images will offer a contemporary lens into the world of Civil Rights activities. Clennon has been photographing Civil Rights protests over the past few years, including important protests in NYC following the 2020 murder of George Floyd. As a contemporary photographer, Clennon will bridge today’s movement with the historic 1964 Freedom Summer Program as documented by Steve Schapiro. Mark Clennon’s contemporary Civil Rights photographs of the Black Lives Matter Movement will provide an important context for the importance of the image as social documentation.

Exhibition & Programs supported by: Richard & MomeyerSusan

Points of View: Searching, Finding, Seeing

Artist Talk & Reception Mark Clennon


OCT YOUR14–31EYES, TOO This exhibition is an invitation from the 2nd and 3rd year MFA students at Miami University to encounter our work–our hunches, our investigations, our failures–over the past twelve months. By virtue of being graduate students, we’re in the middle of things, and oftentimes we have the urge to keep this work hidden behind our studio doors. But artwork is made to be seen, and so we offer it here, for Your eyes, too. Exhibiting artists: Ishita Islam, Glover Marfo, Harris Martinson, Kelsey Nolin, Brooke Owens, Baylee Schmitt, Libby Slauenwhite, Sarah-Faith Strait



Featuring works from the past twenty-three years, Hiestand Galleries and the College of Creative Arts will celebrate the Miami University Young Painters and the Miami University Young Sculptors Competitions. These competitions are from a generous gift from William (Miami Class of 1936) and Dorothy Yeck of Dayton, Ohio. As part of the exhibition, former Yeck Purchase Awardees will be invited back to campus to participate in public events and connecting with students in the Department of Art. Featured artists include: Daniel Dove, Kahlil Robert Irving, Rachel Linnemann, Dana Oldfather, Annie Ewaskio, Christine Gray, Eric LoPresti, Meena Hasan and Carrie Longley.

and An Wang. OCT 18 | RECEPTION FOR THE ARTISTS | 4:30–5:30 PM NOV 9–DEC 6 BFA CAPSTONE EXHIBITION Department of Art senior studio majors participating in the semester long Capstone course feature their latest visual investigations in ceramics, printmaking, painting, metals and jewelry, photography, sculpture and digital media. Looking Ahead to 2023 FEB 9 | JUROR LECTURE | ART 100 | 5:50 PM 2023 MIAMI UNIVERSITY YOUNG PAINTERS COMPETITION FOR THE $10,000 WILLIAM AND DOROTHY YECK AWARD MEENA HASAN | RECENT WORKS BY 2022 WINNER OF THE $10,000 WILLIAM AND DOROTHY YECK PURCHASE AWARD [] FEB 9 | ARTIST TALK | MIAMI UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM | 1:15–2:30 PM FEB 10 | ARTIST RECEPTION & AWARDS | 4:30 5:30 PM


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Created through a collaboration between photographer and subject, each portrait and caption in this collection tells the unique story of its subject’s journey. Together we hope to confront viewers with the expressive power and diversity of human gender identity and ask them to reexamine their assumptions. This project was initially inspired by my nephew, Naia, who is trans and who made me realize how little visual representation there was of the transgender community on Cape Cod. One of the people I photographed and interviewed early on in the project told me that statistically, there are more people who think they’ve seen a ghost than people who think they’ve seen a trans person. I was so struck by this comment and hope the project leads to greater understanding and appreciation of this vital community and their individual stories and Havingcontributions.focused on stories about women and the struggles they face worldwide throughout my career, this new exhibit is aligned with my interest in giving visibility and voice to those who are sometimes not seen or heard. []

SEP 15 | ARTIST RECEPTION | 4-5 PM SEP 22 | ARTIST TALK (ART 100) | 5:50 PM RACHEL LINNEMANN, 2021 WINNER - YOUNG SCULPTORS $10,000 YECK PURCHASE AWARD. Galleries will be closed: During exhibition installation and Sep 5, Oct 7, Nov 22-27 and Dec 5-31, 2022

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RACHEL LINNEMANN | APPALACHIAN WOMAN Growing up in rural Appalachia, Linnemann often saw objects being reused in unconventional ways out of necessity. These objects were used to repair something broken or utilize what one had to make do. She also witnessed a lot of hardship. Within her family, this hardship was partnered with gratitude and internal pride. The gratitude was focused on what one did have and the ability within oneself. When Linnemann witnessed blue collared workers being deemed essential, and significant job loss due to the pandemic, she felt compelled to put into practice the lessons of gratitude and joy that can be present despite difficulty, that she learned from her Appalachian ancestors. This body of work is celebrating various forms of labor and highlighting labor that is often overlooked or underappreciated. This is done by pairing the mundane with what she calls “visual joy.” []

Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 AM-4:30 PM, Hours may vary with restrictions; other hours available by appointment. (513) 529-1883 All receptions are in the lobby of Hiestand Galleries | Galleries located on 1st level

collaborating with the Art Education department and local Art Educators to produce replicas from our collection that will be used to create lesson plans and projects to be used in nearby schools. The replicas offer students and educators new possibilities to interact with and access these important artifacts as well as introduce them to the Miami University Art Museum as a valuable resource and destination. We can't wait to see the impact this collaboration will have! Intern, Andrew Bessler (22') scanning art objects from the collection

In our recent exhibition, From the Ground Up, a 1000 year old Mayan ceramic push mold of a monkey head was scanned and printed with the assistance of Andrew Bessler. The mold would have originally been used to create multiples of the head then used for decorative elements. We pushed clay into our replica mold and were able to produce the monkey head. Museum visitors were then encouraged to handle and touch both the replica mold and the clay monkey head creating a unique tactile experience in the Thisexhibition.year,weare

Ancient oil lamps were scanned from multiple angles and converted to digital models. Replicas were then created from these models using a 3-D printer, which gave visitors to the exhibit an object they could touch and hold. This ability to replicate ancient fragile artifacts with no impact on the original work adds a deeper level of study, accessibility, and interaction that was unachievable before.


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Above: Scanning of the original mold artifact, Left: replica mold and the clay monkey head.

Advances in 3-D scanning and printing technology have opened up tremendous opportunities in the way we can learn about and explore the Museum's collection. The Art Museum first used this technology in our 2014 exhibition, Illuminating the Past.

Outdoor Sculptures get Fresh Look

Top: Fletcher Benton, Folded Circle Two Squares Bottom: Preparator, David Dotson and MUAM Intern, Mary Visco repainting Barry Gunderson's Three Storms Learn more about the outdoor Sculpture Park at the Miami University Art Museum by

MUAM is fortunate to have some truly amazing sculpture by some of the top sculptors in the art world such as Nancy Holt, Richard Hunt, and Mark di Suvero as part of our outdoor Sculpture Park. The outdoors present a lot of challenges to conserving these works, but with generous funding from Miami Alum, Thomas W. Smith ('50), we are making much needed improvements and continued maintenance on these world class sculptures.

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Mark di Suvero's For Kepler, 1995 (featured on the cover), donated by Thomas W. Smith, got a facelift in the Fall of 2021. Our other major project this year was on Fletcher Benton's Folded Circle Two Squares, 1980 which was a gift from the class of 1955 and the artist himself. The location of Benton's sculpture was originally a reflecting pool, but due to mechanical issues was filled in. Small bushes were planted by the piece and over the years those bushes began to obscure the sculpture. We decided to remove the mulch and shrubbery and replaced it with slate chips that matched the existing stone and is more in line with Benton's minimalist aesthetic.


We are currently working on Barry Gunderson's Three Storms, 1993, which was originally part of the Art Museum's 'Seats of Awareness' initiative, that saw several sculptural benches added to our grounds. Much like For Kepler, the sun and weather have negatively impacted the surface of Three Storms and we are now in the process of meticulously hand painting the numerous symbols and shapes that cover the surface. It is exciting to steward these works of art and to ensure they are enjoyed for years to come!

24 Visual Arts at Miami Ways to give to the Art Museum Support Fund: -Mail a check -Visit'scameraatthecode FOTOFOCUS BIENNIAL: World Record OCTOBER 2022 The FotoFocus Biennial is a month-long celebration of photography, film, and lensbased art held throughout the Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, Dayton and Columbus, Ohio. FOTOFOCUS BIENNIAL PASSPORT The Free Passport Provides Access to 100+ FotoFocus Biennial projects ($80 value) Members-only invitations Entry to FotoFocus Biennial Program Week exclusive events PROGRAM WEEK: SEP 29–OCT 8 GET THE PASSPORT FOR FREE ENTRY AND EXCLUSIVE EVENTSFotoFocusCincyFotoFocusCincinnati ART MUSEUM In addition to becoming a Member of the Miami University Art Museum (see page 17), there are various ways you can financially support the Miami University Art Museum, whether it’s a one-time or sustaining gift. The easiest way to give is to make an unrestricted gift to the recently launched Art Museum Support Fund. This year, we are especially seeking support for education staffing and programs at the Art Museum, and your gift could make a real impact. You can also make a check payable to “Miami University Art Museum” along with your contact information and your intended area of support. All gifts are tax-deductible. For further information about support for the Art Museum please contact Jack Green, Jeffrey Horrell ‘75 and Rodney Rose Director and Chief Curator: DONATE TO THE ART MUSEUM SUPPORT FUND

Volume 11, Issue 1 | Fall 2022 25 DEPARTMENT OF ART CONTEMPORARY THURSDAYS 5:50 PM | ART 100 Fall 2022ARTIST FORUM ART 281: CONTEMPORARY ART FORUM SEP 8 | REBECCA NAVA SOTO, MAKING ART AT THE IMAGINATIONRECKONINGRECONNECTION,EDGE:AND Soto will discuss her journey in []illuminatereconciliationalsoissuesspeakandreconcileabstractionthegrewLatinxcanonwesterninterweavehowthroughMesoaméricanindigenouscontemporaryherreconnectionseekingtoancientandrootsherartandtheseinfluenceswiththeEuropeanarttraditionsandperspectivessheupwith.Throughopenlanguageofsheseekstothesehistoriesexperiencesandtocollectiveoftodayandhowthismightthefuture. FOR DETAILS ON ALL OF THE VISITING ARTISTS CCA-CAFART100WWW.TINYURL.COM/VISIT ART CONTEMPORARY281: ART FORUM TALKS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO ALL ALL TALKS ARE ON THURSDAYS AT 5:50 PM IN ART 100 SEP 8 | REBECCA NAVA SOTO SEP 15 | DANIEL DOVE SEP 22 | DISCUSSIONCANDIDATENOVNOVOCTLINNEMANNRACHEL27|JULIACUMES3|JORGELUCERO17|MFAPANEL NOV 3 | THEWORRYINGLEARNEDMOVESLUCERO,JORGENOWASTEDOR:HOWITOSTOPANDLOVEACADEMY Chicago artist Jorge Lucero talks about his longtime work of testing the pliability of schooling as an artistic material. Through the permissions of conceptual art, Lucero examines how teaching (and school, more broadly) is opened up as a robust art practice that takes on some of the more cosmic questions emerging from today's art and academic discourses: Including the impossibility of documentation, the affordances of time, relationality, and duration, and an attempt to make "no wasted moves" within a fully integrated art and social []practice. OCT 27 | JULIA CAPEIDENTITYEXPLORINGPORTRAITATRANS(FORMATION):CUMES,COLLABORATIVESERIESGENDERONCOD Each portrait and caption in this collection tells the unique story of its subject’s journey. Together we hope to confront viewers with the expressive power and diversity of human gender identity and ask them to reexamine their assumptions. This project was initially inspired by my nephew, Naia, who is trans and who made me realize how little []CapecommunitywasrepresentationvisualthereofthetransgenderonCod.

VISUAL ARTS FALL 2022 AT A GLANCE AUG AUG 23-DEC 10 A Lens For Freedom: Civil Rights Photographs by Steve Schapiro PhotOH: Photographers in the Heartland Interconnected: Land | Identity | Community (A Student Response Exhibition) ART MUSEUM AUG 23-DEC 10 Art History at Glance Global Perspectives The Charles M. Messer Leica Camera Collection ART MUSEUM SEP SEP 2-OCT 13 Rachel Linnemann | Appalachian Woman HIESTAND SEP 2-OCT 4 Selections from the Miami University Yeck 21st andCollectionCenturyofPaintingSculpture HIESTAND SEP 7 | 12 PM [Virtual] Noontime Chatter: MyaamiaInterconnected:MiamiCenter and Miami Students on Tribal Sovereignty with Jason E. Shaiman and George Ironstrack MUAMEVENTSTINYURL.COM/ SEP 8 | 5:50 PM Contemporary Art Forum Artist Talk | Rebecca Nava Soto ART 100 SEP 10 | 12-5 PM Open House ART MUSEUM SEP 10 | 2-3:30 PM Training FreedomforFilm ART MUSEUM SEP 14 | 5-7 PM Freedom! Talk & Music with Tammy Kernodle & the Miami University Gospel Singers ART MUSEUM SEP 15 | 4-5 PM Artist Reception | Rachel Linnemann HIESTAND SEP 15 | 5:50 PM Contemporary Art Forum Artist Talk | Daniel Dove ART 100 SEP 21 | 5-7 PM Points of Finding,Searching,View:Seeing | Photographer Mark Clennon ART MUSEUM SEP 22 | 5:50 PM Contemporary Art Forum Artist Talk | Rachel Linnemann ART 100 Sep 22 | Oct 27 | Nov 17 | 10 AM-Noon Miami University Art Museum Drop in tours available from 2-4 PM these days. SEP 10 (OPEN HOUSE) SEP 24 (ARTS DAY) OCT 8 (HOMECOMING) OCT 22 (FAMILY WEEKEND) NOV 5 | NOV 19 | DEC 10 DROP-INSELECTTOURSSATURDAYS

Under current COVID Ops - we recommend that you double check each event and exhibition before coming to campus to determine for sure if it is virtual or in person! For more information visit: OCT OCT 5 | 12 PM [Virtual] Noontime Chatter: Finding Freedom Summer Traveling Panel Project, Hosted by Laura Stewart with guests including Jacqueline Johnson, Stephanie Danker, Kimberly Hoffman, Zack Tucker and Alia Levar Wegner. TINYURL.COM/MUAMEVENTS OCT 12 | 5-7 PM PhotOH: Behind the Lens | Reception and Artist Panel, Moderated by William Messer ART MUSEUM OCT 14-31 Your Eyes, Too MFA Exhibition HIESTAND OCT 18 | 4:30 PM MFA Artist Reception HIESTAND OCT 21-NOV 21 Julia Cumes | Trans(formation): A Collaborative Portrait Series Exploring Gender Identity on Cape Cod HIESTAND OCT 27 | 4-5 PM Artist Reception | Julia Cumes HIESTAND OCT 27 | 5:50 PM Contemporary Art Forum Artist Talk | Julia Cumes ART 100 NOV NOV 2 | 12 PM [Virtual] Noontime Chatter: Diversity, Equity, Accessibility and Inclusion (DEI) at Miami and the Art Museum hosted by Jack Green with guests Cristina Alcalde and Dasha Wood TINYURL.COM/MUAMEVENTS NOV 3 | 5:50 PM Artist TalkContemporary Art Forum Artist Talk ART 100 NOV 9 | 5 PM Interconnected: A Student Response Exhibition Reception & Awards ART MUSEUM NOV 9-DEC 6 BFA Capstone Exhibition HIESTAND NOV 17 | 5:50 PM Contemporary Art Forum-MFA Candidate Panel discussion ART 100

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