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Hoffman Gallery Exhibition, Bonnie Bronson Fellows: 20 Years Sept. 7-Dec. 11
Enjoy a home grown meal from our friends at Village Gardens.
Half/Dozen Gallery www.halfdozengallery.com presents So Domestic by artist Grant Hottle. This exhibition is a slice of a broad body of paintings and drawings that explore the shifting and ambivalent nature of the home.
The Cannon Gallery of Art, at Western Oregon University in Monmouth, OR, is pleased to host the exhibition COLOR/COLOUR featuring the paintings of Ron Graff and Cara Tomlinson from November 10 – December 10, 2010. The opening reception is Wednesday, November 10th from 4:30 – 6:00 pm and is free and open to the public. Both artists will be on hand to discuss their work.
For more information contact Paula Portinga Booth at 503-838-8607 or email@example.com.
Prof. Grant Hottle exhibits his paintings at Seattle Art Museum’s Gallery.
Los Medanos Art Gallery, on the campus of Los Medanos College in Pittsburg, California, will host Somewhere and Nowhere: Paintings by Nick Borges and Cara Tomlinson from October 7 – November 4, 2010.
Alumna Katherine Bovee, B.A./Art ‘03, participated in Portland’s ‘Grey to Green’ initiative to create an ecoroof for her home.
Garrick Imatani, Assistant Professor of Art at Lewis & Clark College, and Isami Ching, Adjunct Professor of Art at University of Oregon, present multimedia reflections of their five-day journey on the Willamette River in a hand-built canoe.
Four studio art alumni are making waves in the Portland art community after converting a massive boat into a gallery and workspace on the Willamette River.
Read the featured article in Willamette Week.
“Album–Artist Portraits of Artists” celebrates 30 years of exhibitions at The Art Gym at Marylhurst University from September 14 - October 27, 2010. Included are photographs, paintings, drawings and prints by 28 artists. More than 180 Oregon artists are depicted in the portraits. This is a small cross section of the thousands of artists working among us.
The Art Gym
open Tuesday through Sunday, noon - 4:00 pm
BP John Administration Building
17600 Pacific Highway (Hwy 43)
Marylhurst, OR 97036-0261
Phone: 503.699.6243 / Toll-free: 800.634.9982, ext. 6243
This spring, the Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art will feature the work of 19 graduating seniors in the Department of Art.
The Senior Art Exhibition 2010 brings together the work of 19 graduating seniors in the Department of Art. April 2-May 9, 2010
Student-artist creates a colossal colony of ceramic clams.
‘Disparate Spirits: Wood Sculpture & Installation’
March 4 – April 24, 2010
An innovative project developed by a team of Lewis & Clark faculty and staff members has quickly become a vital resource for the arts and education communities.
Alumnus Ethan Rose collaborates on an art exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Craft that mixes glass with electronic composition.
Fall 2009 sees the arrival of seven new tenure-track members to the College of Arts & Sciences. To welcome our community’s newest members, our office sent them a brief questionnaire so that we may get to know them a little better.
“Everyday Courage” workshop hosted by The Karen Gaffney Foundation
This spring, the Senior Art Exhibition brings together the artwork of 22 graduating seniors in the Art Department. Representing the culmination of the work created during students’ senior year, the exhibition is an event that the Lewis & Clark College community looks forward to and enthusiastically supports. April 3-May 10, 2009
This year’s Senior Art Exhibit showcases the works of 22 studio art majors working within the mediums of ceramics, drawing, painting, photography, and sculpture.
All Lectures (except 2) are scheduled for Tuesday evenings and begin at 7pm in Room 102, Miller Center for the Humanities Bldg. Lectures are open to the college community and the public.
This spring, the Senior Art Exhibition brings together artwork made by graduating seniors in the Art Department at the end of their undergraduate journey at Lewis & Clark College. This is a celebratory exhibition that the Lewis & Clark College community looks forward to and enthusiastically supports. April 4-May 11, 2008
This year, in the largest Senior Art Exhibition to be held during the Hoffman Gallery’s ten year history, 30 students present their projects in ceramics, drawing, graphic arts, painting, photography, and sculpture. April 5-May 6, 2007
This spring, 18 senior art students will graduate from Lewis & Clark College with a bachelor of arts degree. Their work represents the disciplines of ceramics, drawing, graphic arts, painting, photography, and sculpture. April 6-May 7, 2006
The culminating exhibition of artwork made by the graduating seniors of the Art Department includes projects in ceramics, drawing, graphic arts, painting, photography, and sculpture. March 31-May 8, 2005