Reception for this exhibition takes place on June 2. This exhibition is made possible by the Center for Art Research, a Career Opportunity Grant from the Oregon Arts Commission and The Ford Family Foundation, and a Finrow Research Award from the UO School of Art and Design.
Meet the latest Oregon Design Duck to join the flock, Assistant Professor of Art and artist-researcher, Tarrah Krajnak.
The Oregon Design Ducks (ODD) flock at the College of Design is made up of promising students, award-winning faculty, and passionate staff. The following profile of Trent Nesbitt is just one way our ODD flock is standing out and making its mark on the world.
In the latest issue of Artforum, Associate Professor of Art, Rick Silva, was asked to share his top 10 with the publication.
The Oregon Design Ducks (ODD) flock at the College of Design is made up of promising students, award-winning faculty, and passionate staff. The following profile of Kiera Patterson showcases just one way our ODD flock is standing out and making its mark on the world.
What do Ghostbusters, Dragon Quest, Garbage Pail Kids, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze, and the artist Lynda Benglis have in common? The use of a familiar pop culture trope: slime!
New School of Art + Design Assistant Professor in Photography, Tarrah Krajnak, will see their cyanotypes from their performance, 1979: Contact Negative, form the first Parasol Foundation Women in Photography acquisition at the Victoria and Albert Museum. The work will be on display at the start of 2023.
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.
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