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We caught up with Brian House, who was hired last year but is just now joining us to helm the digital media studio of the art department.
LC faculty participate in Disjecta’s 2019 Biennial
This summer, Andrea Lewis BA ’21 participated in the Diversity in Arts Leadership (DIAL) program. Administered by Americans for the Arts, DIAL matches undergraduate students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds to leadership positions at arts nonprofits. As one of only 24 students selected in a nationwide application process, Lewis spent 10 weeks working for Free Arts NYC.
Associate Professor of Art Dawn Odell has been awarded a $15,000 grant from the American Council of Learned Societies and the Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange.
Jess Perlitz, Assistant Professor of Art (recently tenured) and Studio Head of Sculpture was invited as one of just 32 contemporary artists to participate in this year’s Invitational Exhibition at the American Academy of Arts and Letters, which opened in New York City on March 5 and will run through April 7, 2019.
Visual Arts and Technology Program Manager Tammy Jo Wilson has founded a nonprofit called Art in Oregon.
Watzek Librarian Parvaneh Abbaspour recently presented new alumna Cyan Cowap BA ’19 with an intriguing opportunity to illustrate the biomedical imaging textbook that Professor of Physics Bethe Scalettar and Lewis & Clark law school alumnus James Abney are writing.
Scultpure Professor Jess Perlitz part of the American Academy of Arts and Letters Exhibition
Associate Professor of Art History Dawn Odell has landed her second, third, and fourth external individual research grants this calendar year.
Professor Dawn Odell award three more grants in addition to the American Philosophical Society Franklin Research grant in March
Associate Professor of Art, Dawn Odell is a recipient of a Franklin Research Grant.
Article from the WSJ recognizes the LC Senior Exhbit
Faculty, staff and students collaborate on community print project.
Cara Tomlinson Receives OAC Grant and Honor
Dawn Odell selected as Fulbright Alumni Ambassador
Matt Johnston Receives Research Fellowship
Alumna creates airport “aquarium”
Professor Tomlinson’s painting featured in new exhibit
Grant Hottle featured in Portland 2012 Biennial
3-D technician, Gabriel Parque was selected to be part of Beyond the Brickyard
Associate Professor Cara Tomlinson has been selected to appear in New American Paintings
Article about Mike Rathbun sculpture
Alumnus Nick Makanna will be showing his work at Breeze Block Gallery
Assistant Professor of Art History Dawn Odell recently received a Robert L. Platzman Memorial Fellowship from the University of Chicago Library
Garrick Imatani, Assistant Professor of Art, is participating in the “Open Engagement’ conference at Portland State University from May 13 - 15, 2011.
Professor Imatani recently presented the work of his 3-Dimensional Foundations students at the Foundations in Art: Theory and Education held in St. Louis from March 30-April 2, 2011.
“After graduating from Lewis & Clark in 2008 with a B.A. in art history and English, I spent a year in New York City where I divided my time between working as an analyst at a boutique private equity firm and providing project management and writing support to an assortment of non-profit organizations in the sports, healthcare, and media sectors. My background in art history enabled me to provide art direction on a number of web and print marketing campaigns. In 2010, I returned to Portland to pursue an M.A. in English at Portland State University, concentrating on the British Romantics and their successors.”
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