TAMID Group at Oregon is in recruitment season again. Come join us at our Meet and Greet nights for a great opportunity to meet and get to know our current members and other prospective members over music, FREE pizza, and drinks!
If you're interested in joining our chapter this coming fall, this is an event you can't miss! We look forward to getting to know you!
Our application closes on May 25 at 11:59 p.m. and can be found at WWW.UOTAMID.COM
The TAMID Group is a nonprofit group within the Lundquist College of Business that gives students of all majors the opportunity to hone their business and entrepreneurial skills through hands-on interactions with the Israeli economy. TAMID offers a comprehensive education curriculum, pro-bono consulting for Israeli start-ups and capital market investment research. Additionally, all members can apply to TAMID Group's nearly fully-funded Fellowship program to intern in Israel over the summer. We are not politically or religiously affiliated.
Sabrina Ratté: “Machine for Living”
“The lecture will focus on my most recent video work contextualized within the evolution of my process over the years. I will present an overview of different inspirations, discuss my approach with analog and digital video, reflect on the potential extension of video in the context of presentation, and I will talk about the different themes contained into my work such as architecture, utopia and dystopia, the real and the virtual.” - Sabrina Ratté
Sabrina Ratté is a video artist based in between Montreal and Paris. Her practice investigates virtual environments generated by analog technologies. Electricity, as raw material, is sculpted, transformed and altered digitally to be reborn as luminous and vibrating architectures. Her videos exist between abstraction and figuration, utopia and dystopia, architecture and landscape.
Her works include installations, prints, sculptures and live performances. Previous exhibitions: Dolby Gallery (San Francisco), Young Project Gallery (Los Angeles), Whitney Museum of Art (NYC), Paddles On! 1st Digital Art Auction at Phillips (New York), HEK (Basel), EMPAC (Troy), Museum of the Moving Image (New York), International Digital Arts Biennal - Bian (Montreal), PHI Center (Montreal), Arsenal (Mtl), the Lampo series (Chicago), Atonal Festival (Berlin), Elektra, MUTEK (Mtl, Mexico, Barcelona). She is represented by the Laffy Maffei Gallery in Paris.
Special thanks to the Department of Cinema Studies for their support.
Do you have an interest in entrepreneurship and sustainability? Then join us this summer for a FREE interdisciplinary bootcamp that will allow you to meet peers with shared interests, develop a sustainable product, and potentially win cash awards for further venture development.
This program is free and open to all students, from all majors (including undergraduates and graduate students), to participate. The program covers housing in Earl Hall for five nights, all materials, and two meals each day (breakfast and lunch). We require all participants to stay in the dormitory for the duration of the event to create a close cohort experience. Some readings and video tutorials will be assigned ahead of the start of the program so that students can make rapid progress through the intensive one-week boot camp.
Program website and application: http://www.sustainableinvention.com
For further information: contact Kate Harmon at email@example.com or Julie Haack at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online application deadline: the application deadline is open through May 25. See program website for application.
Time commitment: the program will run from Saturday, July 7 until Thursday, July 12.
This year's cohort challenge:
2018 - The Do More With Less Challenge: The more materials, the bigger the impact. There are many strategies for reducing the use of materials to meet human needs. Examples include eliminating the need for a lawn mower by inventing grass that only grows two inches and does not need to be mowed, or eliminating a window washing system by inventing self-cleaning glass. These kinds of innovations disrupt existing solutions, requiring us to think in different ways. Your challenge will be to design a new solution to address a need that eliminates or significantly reduces the problems associated with materials. The solution should be economically viable, socially acceptable, and have a net positive environmental impact compared to existing products and processes.
Sustainable Invention Immersion Week is a collaborative program sponsored by the University of Oregon's Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship and Tyler Invention Greenhouse with partners from the School of Journalism and Communication, the Department of Product Design, the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and the Center for Sustainable Business Practices.
Come learn about the wide range of careers from professionals in the field, enjoy lunch, join discussions, bring your questions! Join just the lunch or stay for the whole event!
LOCATION: 211 ALLEN HALL
The schedule will be:
11:45 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Lunch & Learn - Panel on Careers in Art & Technology
1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Roundtable Discussions with panelists
Graphic Design as a Career, Branding, User Interface Research informs Design, career tips, careers and more!
2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Portfolio Reviews
Brian Gundell – Graphic Design & Sports Branding
Sara Talmadge – Digital Illustration and Animation
Geoff Rich – Art Lead, Special fx, Modelling and Video Creation
Peter King – Art Direction and Graphic Design
Kirstin Hierholzer – User Interface Research
Hal Milton – Game Design
Ryan Camu – Production Management
Come by and check out the culmination of a year’s worth of work from the university’s first Art and Design Residential Community!
Exhibition open daily from 10am- 6pm.
Closing reception on Monday, June 11 from 6-7pm.
The College of Design School of Art + Design is pleased to present the 2018 Spring Storm. Graduating seniors in Art, Art & Technology, and Product Design will exhibit their work throughout Lawrence Hall for this 6th annual end-of-year senior show. All welcome to join for the opening reception on Monday, June 11 from 4:00-6:00pm.
The exhibition will be on view through June 18.
The University of Oregon College of Design's School of Art + Design is pleased to present the 2018 Spring Storm.
Graduating seniors in Art, Art & Technology, and Product Design will exhibit their work throughout Lawrence Hall for this 6th annual end-of-year senior show.
Opening reception: Monday, June 11 from 4:00-6:00pm
On view through June 18, Monday- Friday from 10:00am-6:00pm.
Join us for the 2018 College of Design Commencement Ceremony and the presentation of the Ellis F. Lawrence Medal.
College of Design Commencement details are available on the College of Design website.
There will be a reception prior to the College of Design ceremony from 1:00-3:00 p.m. in the Lawrence Hall Courtyard. We encourage students to bring their families and friends to engage and mingle with faculty and fellow students.