What’s Happening in February

What’s Happening This February At DOMA

The Counseling Center Presents Meditation in the Museum
Friday | February 5 at 3:30 pm
RSVP not necessary, simply stop by. This is a free activity. Recommendation: Bring a towel, blanket or a yoga mat as this activity involves sitting on the floor.
Meditation in the Museum is a program series presented by the Counseling Center with the support of the David Owsley Museum of Art. With questions about the program please feel free to contact Dr. Hodorek at sphodorek@bsu.edu

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“Book of Hours”

European Art, 1200s-1500s, Tour
Saturday | February 6 at 2:30 pm
Emily Dykstra leads a docent tour that discussing European art from 1200-1500. Discussing items such as the “Book of Hours” and the “Madonna and Child” paintings, Dykstra will inform and educate the public on these items, and more, that are on display in the museum.

Chinese New Year
Sunday | February 7 at 2:30 pm
T1937.500.083v01Join in a special program for families about Chinese New Year and see some Chinese art too. Prepare to be loud and have some fun. Meet Chinese exchange student Minghao “Patrick” Yang and hear him play an authentic Chinese instrument, the erhu.

John Peterson Pottery and Contemporary Ceramics
Wednesday | February 10 at 12:00 pm
Representing a long line of local ceramicists, John Peterson will illuminate the historical and contemporary connections. In 1968 Mr. Peterson started the Bethel Pike Pottery with Alan Patrick. Four years later he started his own studio, the John Peterson Pottery, located north of Muncie, Indiana, which he continues today. John Peterson studied with BSU ceramics professor Marvin Reichle.
Presented in honor of Muncie’s Sesquicentennial and the Indiana Bicentennial
Alumni Center, Meeting Room 2
First-time guests free. $18 for Alliance members*

George Wolfe Leads Meditation in the Museum

Friday | February 12 at 3:30 pm
Silent Meditation sessions are conducted by George Wolfe, Professor Emeritus and former director of the BSU Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution. This week’s meditation is titled “Focus on the Growth of Human Consciousness: the nine pivotal awakenings.” These sessions last 45 minutes. Meet in the Owsley Asian Art Gallery in front of the Amidha Buddha. Chairs provided; bring a towel, mat, or blanket, if desired.

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“Landscape with Psyche Saved From Drowning” 1665/1670

Docent Tour: European Art, 1600s
Saturday | February 13 at 2:30 pm
Taking place in the balcony of the Sculpture Court, one of the docents will inform and educate on the works of art from the 1600s, such as the one above, that are on display in the museum.

First Person: 1 in 3 Curator’s Talk with Marina Galvani and Exhibition Opening Capture2Reception
Tuesday | February 16 at 6 pm
Curator and economist Marina Galvani takes us on a moving journey about the evolution of the current
special exhibition, 1 in 3, including what it takes to acquire art from all over the world.
Recital Hall

The Counseling Center Presents Meditation in the Museum
Friday | February 19 at 3:30 pm
This week’s meditation is a guided meditation with music. RSVP not necessary, simply stop by. This is a free activity. Recommendation: Bring a towel, blanket or a yoga mat as this activity involves sitting on the floor.
Meditation in the Museum is a program series presented by the Counseling Center with the support of the David Owsley Museum of Art. With questions about the program please feel free to contact Dr. Hodorek at sphodorek@bsu.edu

Mask-Making Workshop
Saturday | February 20 at 1:30–4:30 pm
Saturday | February 27 at 1:30-4:30 pmgroup1
Look at masks in the collection with artist-teacher Aaron Nicholson and create your own work of art for display on March 3 at the downtown gallery of the BSU College of Architecture and Planning called Muncie Makes Lab. Students will learn how to make a sculpture using an armature, papier-mâché, and found objects.
Register online now!
Ages 13 and up $30; $25 for BSU students, Friends members, or two or more from the same household

Docent Tour: European Art, 1700s-1800s
Saturday | February 20 at 2:30 pm
Taking place in the Burkhardt Gallery, Joan Malje will inform and educate on European works of art from the 1700s-1800s that are on display in the museum.

meditationGeorge Wolfe Leads Meditation in the Museum
Friday | February 26 at 3:30 pm
Silent Meditation sessions are conducted by George Wolfe, Professor Emeritus and former director of the BSU Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution. This week’s meditation is titled “Entering the State of Non-Desire.” These sessions last 45 minutes. Meet in the Owsley Asian Art Gallery in front of the Amidha Buddha. Chairs provided; bring a towel, mat, or blanket, if desired.

Docent Tour: American Art, 1700s-1800s
Saturday | February 27 at 2:30 pm
Taking place in the Ball Brothers Foundations Gallery, one of the docents will inform and educate on the American works of art from the 1700s-1800s that are on display in the museum.

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