Max Seigal: The Natural World
January 11 - August 9, 2022
Award-winning photographer, and OWU alum, Max Seigal ‘09 combines his degrees in biology and environmental science with breath-taking views of the natural world.
Max spent the last few years travelling across the globe working on numerous conservation projects, leading him to some of the most remote and spectacular locations on the planet, providing wonderful opportunities to pursue his passion of photography.
History of the Richard M. Ross Art Museum
Learn about the genesis of the museum and its historic building through this online exhibit developed by students of History 250.
Richard M. Ross Art Museum
Women Behind The Lens
An exploration of works by women photographers from the permanent collection of the Ross Art Museum, celebrating arts patron Sally Ross Soter.
Exhibit will coincide with a companion exhibit at the Columbus Museum of Art, in gallery 5 of the Ross Building, August 21, 2021 – May 8, 2022.
Myself As A Pilot
Deaf Republic: James Stewart
James Stewart’s paintings and ceramics interpret Ilya Kaminsky’s award-winning book of poetry Deaf Republic, in which a young deaf boy inspires a town’s resistance to military occupation.
Deaf Republic Cafe
Murder ( After Bellini )
Landscape through the Lens: Responses to William Henry Jackson
The West Gallery at the Ross Art Museum features Landscape through the Lens: Responses to William Henry Jackson. This exhibit brings four contemporary photographers—Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe, Zig Jackson, and Martina Lopez—into conversation with the work of 19th century landscape photographer William Henry Jackson. Through this lens, it examines the legacy of photography in relation to the development of the American West.
Bring Your Cameras
Past to Present: OWU’s Evolution (ART 492 Exhibit)
Students in Ohio Wesleyan University’s ART 492 class have created an online “Past to Present: OWU’s Evolution” art exhibition that showcases how the university’s academics, student life, places, and extracurricular activities have, or haven’t, changed over time.