Monthly Archives: April 2010

Manuel: The Star-Spangled Thank You Tour Gilcrease Museum

Probably the most fun I have had as an exhibition designer was during Manuel: The Star-Spangled Thank You Tour. This exhibit featured the fashions and styling of Nashville designer, Manuel Cuevas, the last of the Cowboy Couture designers. The dapper and … Continue reading

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The Many Faces of Edward Sherriff Curtis Gilcrease Museum

An early design assignment at the Gilcrease Museum was organizing an exhibition around a collection of photographs owned by The Capital Group Foundation. The images, while new, were printed from original negatives captured by photographer Edward Sherriff Curtis. The collection of seventy-five … Continue reading

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Ansel Adams: A Legacy, Gilcrease Museum

Perhaps the exhibition of which I am the most proud from my time at the Gilcrease Museum is Ansel Adams: A Legacy. This was a project in which I was allowed to flex both my curatorial and exhibitions designer muscles. The … Continue reading

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More views of Ansel Adams: A Legacy

 

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Transcending Vision: American Impressionism, 1870 – 1940

Displays of works from the Gilcrease Museum’s permanent collection were often supplemented with traveling exhibitions from other collections. One such traveling show was Transcending Vision: American Impressionism, 1870  – 1940. The show was drawn from the corporate art collection of … Continue reading

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American Art in Miniature, Gilcrease Museum

On my first day in the office as Curator of Exhibitions with the Gilcrease Museum, the very first phone call I received was regarding American Art in Miniature. I am afraid that at that momemnt I had no idea what … Continue reading

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