News and Events
- NEWSexhibition, PAM, Portland, staff
Visual Arts and Technology Program Manager Tammy Jo Wilson is one of the featured artists in the exhibition Black Artists of Oregon at the Portland Art Museum. She answered a few questions about the exhibit and how she connects her life as a working artist to her job at L&C.
Flow: Art and Ecology in a Changing Climate is a two-day symposium at the University of Puget Sound on November 3-4, 2023. The symposium includes an affiliated Kittredge Gallery exhibition, In the Flow: Art, Ecology, and Pedagogy.2023
Nicole Seisler, Assistant Professor of Ceramics, has exhibited widely and is the founder and director of the A-B Projects, a space for exhibitions and critical dialogue that expand and redefine the field of ceramics.Portland
In partnership with the City of Portland, Lewis & Clark helped develop recommendations for community engagement around several monuments that were toppled or removed during the 2020 protests following the murder of George Floyd. L&C also assisted in creating guidelines for considering new city monuments in the future.art
At the end of each academic year, the Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art hosts the Senior Art Exhibition, the culmination of artwork made by the graduating seniors in the art department at the end of their undergraduate journey at Lewis & Clark College.alum, art historyart, video
The Hoffman Gallery and the art department are excited to announce the two spring 2023 faculty shows: Dru Donovan’s Scrum and Cara Tomlinson’s Betwixt and . . . The exhibits run from January 26 to March 23, 2023.art, ArtsLC
Check out the work of ART327: Useful Art in the Watzek Library! Now through mid-December.A new collaborative art installation is on display at the entrance to Rogers Hall on the graduate campus.art, symposia
This year’s symposium, titled Deconstructing the Apocalypse, will be held on October 16–20. The symposium will feature talks by environmental leaders, a movie screening, a meditation, an art workshop, a data workshop, and a career fair and networking opportunity. All events are free and open to the public.art
This exhibit showcases the contributions of Lewis & Clark students over the past five years to Exquisite Gorge, a community-driven art project sponsored by the Maryhill Museum of Art in Goldendale, Washington.ArtsLCLewis & Clark’s full-day celebration of student scholarship and creativity returned to its in-person format on April 8.Andrea Lewis BA ’20 recently launched Plural, an online art gallery representing emerging artists of color with work across a range of mediums. The gallery was founded with the mission of celebrating the plurality of experiences, identities, and styles of artists worldwide.
- EVENTSFebruary 28: 5:00pm
An Artist Lecture presented by Lewis & Clark College Department of Art & Art History and generously supported by the Swanson Fund for Ceramics