Gardiner Gallery of Art

  • Address:

    107 Bartlett Center for the Visual Arts

    Stillwater, OK 74078

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Overview

One of the first residence halls in Oklahoma, the Women’s Building was constructed in 1910. The name was changed to Gardiner Hall in recognition of Maud Gardiner, who pioneered Home Economics at OSU. In addition to being one of the first women’s residence halls, it also housed the Domestic Economy and Art Division.

Through the years, along with the Domestic arts, the building has been used for women’s physical education, karate, speech, agriculture extension, drafting, and the Foreign Language Department. A gift from Pete and Pat Bartlett made possible a complete renovation of Gardiner Hall. The art gallery continues to bear the historic building name as the Gardiner Gallery of Art. Exhibits include the student and faculty exhibitions as well as international and national artists. The gallery also features faculty and student curated shows and traveling exhibitions.

M-F 8am - 5pm & Open until 8pm on Tuesday. Saturday by appointment. Closed on Sundays, University Holidays, and home game days.

Events

Manami Ishimura: Ripple Exhibition at Gardiner Art Gallery

  • Gardiner Art Gallery
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  • Artist Manami Ishimura uses artificial inanimate materials in her work, transitioning...

Manami Ishimura: Ripple Closing Reception and Artist Talk at Gardiner Gallery of Art

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  • 405-744-7285
  • Enjoy the closing reception and artist talk for the first exhibit of the spring...

2023 Scholastic Gold Key Exhibition at Gardiner Art Gallery

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  • The Gardiner Gallery of Art presents the Oklahoma Art Region Gold Key Winners in the...
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