Meet Product Design student, Kundai Kapurura, in this student profile published in the "Ethos" publication.
Lewis Watts is a photographer, archivist, curator, and Professor Emeritus of Art at UC Santa Cruz. His research and artwork centers around the “cultural landscape” primarily in communities in the African Diaspora in different parts of the world.
Oregon Quarterly features Product Design department head, Trygve Faste, in a feature that details his method and journey to teaching tomorrow's designers.
Around the O article: Josh Wardle, a 2011 Master of Fine Arts graduate in digital arts, has a new project sweeping the globe: Wordle.
Philomath, Oregon-based “rural artist” Karin Bolender has more in common with scientists in the Knight Campus than many might realize.
Tracie Jackson (Diné) is the guest speaker of UO's "BE" series – a student-run program that brings together thinkers, makers, and disrupters to share their ideas on the issues that matter.
Old Navy turned to UO professor and researcher Susan Sokolowski in response to shifting attitudes toward inclusive sizing.
The digital arts alum incorporated elements of the region into the branding for the WHL ice hockey team.
The College of Design printmaking studio technician was one of 20 artists to receive a grant to create art in support of the movement.
The magazine reviews the assistant professor of art’s digitally processed weavings on view at Holding Contemporary.
The UO has promoted 10 College of Design faculty members—a process that involves rigorous review and recognizes tireless commitment.
A showcase of the accomplishments and discoveries of a new generation of artists and designers.
The professor emeritus of art, who taught at the UO for decades, passed away in April 2021.
Associate Professor Anya Kivarkis, Assistant Professor Nina Amstutz, and Assistant Professor Sylvan Lionni won the UO awards.
Lee Imonen, MFA ’96, created “1116 Pages” to celebrate “our pool of knowledge.”
Opportunities in Art + Design
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