OCAC Events

LUNCHTIME TALK: EMILY NACHISON AND MICHAEL ENDO
MON FEB 2 |
12:45 – 1:45pm | Centrum Studio
Learn about OCAC’s summer Kiln-formed Glass Class taught by Emily Nachison and Michael Endo.  The class will be held in Portland this summer at the Bullseye Glass Factory and held summer 2016 in Scotland. MORE >

BFA THESIS CLASS OF 2015 KICKSTARTER LAUNCH PARTY
MON FEB 2 | 6–9pm | Disjecta Contempory Art Center | 8371 N Interstate Ave
Each year the thesis class is responsible for raising the necessary funds to display their work at an off-campus show that is open to the public. These funds are used for renting a space, hiring a curator, producing a catalog, as well as hosting the opening. This year, the class is honored to host their Kickstarter Launch Party at Disjecta. There will be refreshments, raffle prizes, music and an opportunity to see the current show at Disjecta titled Constructions. Please invite your friends, it’s going to be a great time! MORE>

 
OCAC ALMUNA LYDIA MARTIN EXHIBITS NEW WORK
Opening FRI FEB 6 | 6–9pm | Ash Street Project Gallery | 524 Ash St
Lydia Martin (class of 2013) and her husband John are in a exhibition titled Practice and Memory. MORE>
 
 
SATURDAY LIFE DRAWING
SAT JAN 31 | 9am–12pm | OCAC Campus 

Saturday life drawing is an opportunity for you to draw independently. There is no instructor. No preregistration is needed, just stop by the front desk on the day you wish to attend and pay for your class. Adults only please. Cost is $7 per session for OCAC students, OCAC members, and the Nike Design Atelier and the cost for general public is $11. Model: Lise
 
 
BFA THESIS CLASS OF 2015 TUMBLR
Be part of the journey of seeing the progress and process of the current thesis class as they create their different bodies of work. Each week the site is updating with four new students. MORE>

FIBERS DEPT HEAD, EMILY NACHISON, FEATURED ON BAD AT SPORTS CONTEMPORARY ART BLOG

Check out the new interview with Emily Nachison written by Sarah Margolis-Pineo. MORE> 

 
FRAMEBUILDER SUPPLY FOR BICYCLE METAL FRAMES 
In need for metal tubing and parts for making a bicycle? Framebuilder Supply, a new Portland-based company, could be a helpful resource to you. MORE>
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