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Off Kilter, On Point: Art of the 1960s highlights the breadth and depth of mid-century artworks in the permanent collection of the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art at Colorado State University. The exhibition showcases a wide range of media and styles, from abstraction to pop art, and presents novel juxtapositions that reflect the tumult and innovations of their time, exhibiting most of the major stylistic trends in art of the 1960s in the U.S. and Europe.
Join the Art Museum of WVU on Friday February 23 for an evening of food, art, and conversation in both Spanish and English.
A bilingual tour of current exhibitions will start at 5:30 PM. The tour is available to the first 25 guests. A second tour will be offered at 6:30 PM, as needed. Food will be available in the Museum Education Center from 6:00-7:30.
All Members of WVU and Morgantown communities are welcome to explore the Art Museum during extended hours.
Generous support provided by the Art Bridges Foundation’s Access for All program.
Betsy Osborne is a Service Assistant Professor for the School of Education and the Department of History, serving as the program coordinator for the Secondary Social Studies program. Within academia, her research centers on challenging established norms and disrupting entrenched narratives in social studies education.
Drawing on her expertise as a historian and social studies educator, Betsy’s talk will explore the significant historical shifts that took place in the 1960’s and 1970s as a lens for contextualizing the artwork in "Where the Wind Blows: Selections from the Collection, 1960-1975."