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Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Art Bldg
18 September 2013 – 04 October 2013
reception: Tuesday, 01 October, 4-7pm
Visual Communication Design faculty member Kristine Matthews focuses on design for spatial environments: exhibitions, installations, wayfinding systems, campaigns, and public consultation projects. Sustainability underpins her design thinking: her experiments with new materials and new methodologies have led to reduced waste...
Auditorium, Henry Art Gallery
Thursday, 26 September 2013, 6pm
How do you take two-dimensional design into a three-dimensional world? How do you invite your audience into a two-way conversation? And how do you create high impact work with minimal impact on the environment? Visual Communication Design faculty member Kristine Matthews focuses on these questions in her professional design practice, her design research and her teaching at...
7pm | Thursday, October 18, 2012
Auditorium, Henry Art Gallery
Visual Communication Design Associate Professor Karen Cheng is being considered for promotion to Professor. This lecture is part of the promotion process. She also has work in a concurrent exhibition at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. You may RSVP at the Facebook page for this lecture.
October 13, 2012 – January 20, 2013
Frye Art Museum, 704 Terry Ave, Seattle
Interaction Design Assistant Professor Tad Hirsch is one of several people participating in this exhibition. On the show’s webpage it says, “Mw [Moment Magnitude] is an ambitious cross-platform project of visual art, performance, production, rehearsal, specially commissioned artworks,...
The School of Art thanks its many contributors whose annual, endowment, and in kind gifts over the past year are greatly appreciated. Private support from our alumni and friends enables us to sustain our current activities. Your valuable gifts directly benefit our students, individual programs, and general operations. Follow the Giving link above to join this group of supporters.
$10,000 and above
Mr. Cheney + Mrs. Mary Cowles
Crabby Beach Foundation
It is not uncommon today for people ten-plus years older than the average college student to return to school seeking a degree. Here is a look at three current School of Art students who fit that profile: Sam Cook, a BDes student in the Interaction Design Program; Dana Garvey, a PhD candidate in Art History; and, Dave Kennedy, an MFA student in the Photomedia Program.
Sam Cook entered Oregon State University (OSU) as an undergraduate straight out of high school. For personal reasons, he left...
Change seems to be the key word at the moment for the School of Art. One of our most public transformations is a complete redesign of the School’s website. Associate Professor Annabelle Gould led the project assisted by a few staff: Mark Rector, Director of IT; Jeanette Mills, Director of Visual Services; and Laura Todd, Academic Adviser. Eric Richards (BFA 1999) did...
7pm | Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Room 003, Art Bldg
Industrial Design Assistant Professor Sang-gyeun Ahn is being considered for promotion to tenured Associate Professor. This lecture is part of the promotion process. He also has work in a current exhibition at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery; the reception for that exhibit is earlier today from 4-7pm. You may RSVP at the Facebook page for...
The School of Art would like to recognize and thank our donors. Private support from our alumni and friends enables us to sustain our current activities. Your valuable gifts directly benefit our students, individual programs, and general operations. We greatly appreciate your support of the arts!
DONOR RECOGNITION LEVELS*
Benefactor: $10,000 +
As you read these notes, we will be nearing completion of Winter Quarter and looking forward to the academic homestretch of Spring Quarter. All of higher education is in flux. Here, we address this constant state of change by offering our students sets of skills, experiences, and a quality of thinking and creating that empowers them to succeed in their chosen careers.
This year has already been a busy one for all of our Divisions. Below are some selected highlights.