March 14, 2014
OBU professor Corey Fuller will lead an “Artist Talk” at the Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum on Thursday, March 27, from 6-7:30 p.m., in response to the museum’s current display of “The Daily Artifact.”
Fuller, OBU assistant professor of graphic design, will provide valuable insight into the inspiration behind “The Daily Artifact” as well as information about his current works. Admission is $3, and guests will have access to all museum exhibitions.
Fuller set a personal challenge of creating a drawing, design, photograph, doodle or other piece of artwork every day for a year from March 25, 2011, to March 25, 2012.
The museum will display “The Daily Artifact” through April 5, 2014, featuring 366 “artifacts,” all formatted to 12-inch by 18-inch posters. Together, the posters amass a 73-foot wide by 7-and-a-half-foot high wall of art.
Fuller’s work has been exhibited across the country in over six locations since the project’s inception, including: Space 38|39, New York City; Indiana Wesleyan University; University of Central Oklahoma; Oklahoma Baptist University; Sips Downtown Kafé, Shawnee, Okla.; and Legacy Bank, Edmond/Spring Creek, Okla.
The Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum is located at the corner of 13th and Shartel in Oklahoma City.
For more information about Fuller, “The Daily Artifact” or to purchase a full-color book that explains the meaning of every artifact, visit www.coreyleefuller.com.