The OU School of Art and Art History sculpture program, in partnership with the Norman Arts Council’s Public Art Board, will be installing six outdoor sculptures created by OU art students in Lion’s Park next to the Firehouse Arts Center. Installation will begin on May 15. The sculptures will remain on display for the Norman community throughout the summer and into August.
OU art students Rani Cozad, Megan Schwann, Anna Lipscomb, Ryan Harris, Alexis Dickens, and Amy Sanders were chosen by the Norman Arts Council to create their works over the course of the spring semester.
The OU School of Art & Art History is dedicated to giving students a wide range of opportunities in order to find their path as an artist. This project is one of many exciting experiences we offer to highlight excellence in the arts and professional practices.
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