OCAC ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE EXHIBITION
DEC 4 TO JAN 27
OCAC CAMPUS | HOFFMAN GALLERY
Opening Reception Thursday | DEC 4 | 4-6pm
The OCAC Artist-In-Residence Program brings both emerging and nationally recognized artists to the college. Providing them with time, resources and equipment to push their work in new directions while they interact with students, faculty and the Portland arts community at large. The AIR Exhibition gives us the opportunity to show our students and the community a selection of the work these artists created during and after their residency at OCAC.
PROCESS AND PRACTICE 2014: POST-BACCALAUREATE EXHIBITION
DEC 5 TO DEC 7
ASH STREET PROJECT STUDIOS & GALLERY | 524 SE Ash Street
Opening Reception | DEC 5 | 6-9pm
Exhibition | DEC 6-7 | 12-4pm
Process and Practice 2014, a show hosted by six post-baccalaureate students at Oregon College of Art and Craft, will be open to the public the weekend of December 5th-7th. Join us for the opening reception on Friday, December 5th, beginning at 6pm. Process and Practice 2014 features the results of an intensive semester working in diverse disciplines: ceramics, photography, metals, fibers, and drawing/painting. Come see the objects, images, fiber creations and films these artists have created as they explore their studio practices. Light refreshments will be provided.
MAKE LIGHT: MFA AC+D HOLIDAY FAIR
DEC 6 | 12-6pm | 421 NE 10th Street
The graduate students of Applied Craft + Design present a family friendly interactive craft fair with innovative gifts for all ages.
VICTOR MARGOLIN: MFA AC+D VISITING ARTIST LECTURE
DEC 10 | 6:30-8:30pm | AC+D STUDIOS | 421 NE 10TH AVENUE
Victor Margolin is Professor Emeritus of Design History at the University of Illinois, Chicago. He is a founding editor and now co-editor of the academic design journal Design Issues. Professor Margolin has published widely on diverse design topics and lectured at conferences, universities, and art schools in many parts of the world. Books that he has written, edited, or co-edited includePropaganda: TheArt of Persuasion, WW II, The Struggle for Utopia: Rodchenko, Lissitzky, Moholy-Nagy, 1917-1936, Design Discourse, Discovering Design, The Idea of Design, The Designed World; Images, Objects, Environments, The Politics of the Artificial: Essays on Design and Design Studies, and Culture is Everywhere: The Museum of Corn-temporary Art. He is currently working on a World History of Design to be published by Bloomsbury in London. The first two of three volumes are scheduled for publication in early 2015.
Lectures are free + open to the public.
CALL FOR ENTRY: 30TH ANNUAL POSITIVE/NEGATIVE NATIONAL JURIED ART EXHIBITION
DEC 12 | Application Deadline
The Slocumb Galleries and the Department of Art & Design invite you to the 30th Annual Positive/Negative Juried Art Exhibition. This exhibition serves as platform for contemporary and innovative art practice in the U.S. And Canada. All 2D and 3D art as well as new media are accepted. There is no theme for the call for entry. Download info and entry form.
IVAN CARMONA SELECTED FOR 2015 NCECA STUDENT SHOW
Current BFA Thesis student, Ivan Carmona, has been selected for the 2015 NCECA National Student Juried Exhibition to be held in Providence, Rhode Island, March 25-28, 2015. The response to the call for entries was strong, with 568 works offered for consideration by 326 artists. The jurors, Magdalene Odundo and Ryan LaBar, selected 40 pieces for the exhibition; 30 graduate students, eight undergraduates and two post-baccalaureates. Please congratulate Ivan on this prestigious opportunity!