For its latest community program, Ohio Wesleyan University’s Richard M. Ross Art Museum is going “In the Studio” with a virtual series of Facebook Live events. The monthly series, set to launch Oct. 25, is scheduled to include three artists discussing their art and process through the museum’s Facebook page at

A 2013 Ohio Wesleyan graduate, Wilson will spend a semester as OWU’s Artist in Residence in spring 2021. He is a multimedia artist “working in the intersections of ritual and funerary rights honoring the deceased, the ways objects accumulate spirit particles, and how these collide to open portals to different dimensions.” Wilson’s work has been described as “at once beautiful with an attention to craftsmanship and repulsing in its graphic subject matter.” At OWU, Wilson concentrated his fine arts studies on jewelry and metalwork. He earned his Master of Fine Arts Degree from the University of California, Berkeley. Learn more at