April 9, 2018, Salem, Oregon – Eugene artist Amanda Wojick will exhibit “The space is always” in the Governor’s Office of the Capitol Building in Salem from April 9 to May 31, 2018.
Wojick’s work explores a collision of abstraction and everyday life. Using layered texture, vibrant colors and irregular shapes, she weaves together elements of […]
Source: Conversations in the Round House: Roots, Roads, and Remembrances | Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
August 16, 2017 to February 11, 2018
This academic year, all UO first-year students received Louise Erdrich’s novel The Round House; faculty are using the book in courses across campus for undergraduate and graduate students. Last year, more than sixty classes […]
Source: ‘Our Stories, Our Communities’ puts UO’s diversity on display | Around the O
July 26, 2017—“A continuing online photography exhibit, ‘Our Stories, Our Communities: UO Diversity,’ is giving the campus community an opportunity to reflect on the powerful and unique stories of UO members who come from diverse cultures, backgrounds and experiences.
“The exhibit celebrates the strengths and […]
OPENING RECEPTION JUNE 28: An opening reception for the public will take place at the museum Wednesday, June 28 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Source: JSMA exhibit features women of different cultures and abilities | Around the O
“Brilliant and Resilient: Celebrating the Power of Disabled Women Activists,” a summer exhibit at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of […]
[ March 10, 2017; 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm. ] Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA)
Ford Lecture Hall
1430 Johnson Lane
Dr. Stephanie Wood will give a presentation about the open-access digital collection called ¡Presente! Art and the Disappeared at the JSMA on March 10, 2017. Prof. Carlos Aguirre will provide an introduction.
Stephanie Wood (Center for Equity Promotion, College of Education) and Carlos Aguirre (History), along […]
[ November 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016. ] “Between 1949 and 1966, at least 4,713 Japanese students studied at American universities with the best-known fellowships at the time—GARIOA (Government Account for Relief in Occupied Areas [1949 through 1951]) and Fulbright (established in 1952)—along with a few private scholarships. This group included 651 women. Among them were future leaders in fields as diverse as […]