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Visiting Artist Program
Sponsored by the Lewis & Clark College Art Department, all lectures are open to the college community and the public.
For information, contact the Art Department: 503-768-7390 or email@example.com.
Martha Rosler - January 23rd
6:30 PM, Art as Resistance at the Shipley/Collins Mediateque, Pacific Northwest College of Art, 511 NW Broadway. Martha Rosler works in video, photography, text, installation, and performance. Her work focuses on the public sphere, exploring issues from everyday life and the media to architecture and the built environment, especially as they affect women.
Intersecciones Artists - January 26th
Artists from the exhibition Intersecciones: Havana/Portland will be speaking at Reed College from 4:30-6:00 PM, Lewis and Clark community is encouraged to attend. Showcasing six young Cuban artists, this show is a conversation between two crossroads of the Americas. Each artist has considered the particular history of Portland in their unique work for this exhibition. The show will run from January 28th to March 13th, at the Hoffman Gallery.
Karyn Olivier - February 2nd
7:00 PM in Miller 102. Karyn Olivier is currently an associate professor of sculpture at Tyler School of Art.
Film Screening: Luz y Sombra - February 22nd
5:30 PM in Miller 105, with filmmakers Drew Lenihan and Sam Ashman, alumni of Lewis and Clark’s class of 2012.
Translating Exchange - February 23rd
7:00 PM in Howard Hall 102. A conversation with L&C alumni Sam Ashman, 12’, Drew Lenihan, ’12, and Spencer Byrne-Seres, ’13, moderated by Hoffman Gallery Director Linda Tesner, on Cuban art and collaboration between students of Lewis & Clark and the University of Art in Havana.
Julie Perini - March 1st
6:30 PM in Miller 102, Julie Perini will be screening her documentary Arresting Power: Resisting Police Violence in Portland.
Derek Franklin - March 8th
7:00 PM in Fields 207. Derek Franklin is a faculty member at Marylhurst College.
Jodie Cavalier - April 12th
7:00 PM in Fields 207. Jodie Cavalier is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily in video, sculpture, research, collaboration, and curation. Her work engages site and objects to recontextualize images typically seen within the everyday and to draw attention to experiences both in and out of the gallery.
Julia Portela - September 17th
Eric Stotik - September 29th
Fallen Fruit Collective - October 20th
Chelsea Heffner - November 3rd
Chelsea Heffner is a multi-disciplinary artist, designer and teacher residing in White Salmon, WA and Portland, OR. Early years were occupied with painting and printmaking, developing into a current practice tangled in the world of textiles, teaching, business and creative consulting. Regardless of the medium or objective, her work reflects a commitment to observation. Nature’s patterns of light & weather, cycles of death and rebirth share equal inspiration with fundamental questions about female identity, habits of dress and objects of personal representation. Heffner’s images, objects and products, often exalt, sometimes question, and frequently become seamlessly integrated as pieces of everyday life.
Ryan Pierce - December 1st
Fallen Fruit Collective
Past Visiting Artists