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Studio Art Senior Recognized at the Blackfish Gallery
Check out the new tumblr page hosted by Lewis & Clark’s Art Department. Students on Overseas programs post their virtual postcards.
Fields Abroad: A virtual postcard from Art majors at Lewis & Clark College
A large-scale exhibition celebrates the legacy and continued vibrancy of the Visual Arts at UCSB. Starting Here, will showcase the work of 48 artists who attended UCSB from 1950–2010.
The Department of Art is pleased to congratulate Nick Grasso (’14) for receiving two significant awards: the LeRoy Neiman Foundation Fellowship at Ox-Bow followed by an Intern Artist Residency at Franconia Sculpture Park.
“I would advise graduating seniors to accept any opportunity to do something they suspect might be good for them. Whether that means traveling for a bit, picking up some odd jobs, or accepting an unexpectedly cozy position doesn’t really matter so long as it’s done earnestly.”
Get to know Assistant Professor of Art Jess Perlitz.
The 2013 Senior Art Exhibition brings together artwork made by 27 graduating seniors in the Department of Art. April 5 - May 19, 2013
Matthew Johnston, Assistant Professor of Art History with a specialty in Modern and American Art, has received a Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection Summer Stipend for the summer of 2014.
Hunter Franks ’08 just made the “Good 100” list by Good Magazine for his creation of the San Francisco Postcard Project.
Get to know Abbie Hebein B.A. ’12, a major in art history and recipient of a Fulbright award.
The Watcher Files Project is a public art project by Garrick Imatani and Kaia Sand with the City of Portland Archives & Records Center, commissioned by the Regional Arts & Culture Council with funding by Percent for Art.
Expanding upon connections formed during their overseas program in Cuba, members of Lewis & Clark’s student group ACCION have brought a diverse array of Cuban art to Portland.
Event with Professor Cara Tomlinson
The Platteau is a student-run, cooperative art center. Established in 1999 as a place where students could go to practice, perform, work, and play, the Platteau is a place for both the student with a serious passion for the arts and the student with a more casual artistic hobby. It is our hope that this space will relieve the pressures of academic studio art, allowing us all to focus instead on exploration of interests, discovery of new talents, artistic collaboration, development of a community, and provision of a forum for social and artistic discourse. The Platteau is run for and by students dedicated to celebrating the arts.
Art Department faculty awarded
Cara Tomlinson, Associate Professor of Art, Studio Head of Painting, and Chair of the Art Department, has been selected for a Ucross Foundation Residency.
Professor Fisher is part of a group exhibition in New York City
Adjacent Possibilities- New show by Cara Tomlinson
Fitz majored in studio art with an emphasis in drawing. He is currently the Main Community Organizer at Collective Agency, a democratically organized and community focused office and event space in downtown Portland. Read how he is putting his liberal arts skills to work!
Meet the newest member in the Art Department for 2012-2013!
Article from the WSJ recognizes the LC Senior Exhbit
Professor Tomlinson’s painting featured in new exhibit
Cara Tomlinson Receives OAC Grant and Honor
Dawn Odell selected as Fulbright Alumni Ambassador
Senior Art Exhibition
3-D technician, Gabriel Parque was selected to be part of Beyond the Brickyard
Professor Tomlinson receives a 2012 Individual Artist Fellowship
Professor Imatani’s work is featured in Ditch Freeze