Seeking Emerging Photographer

Looptworks, a Portland based B Corporation that upcycles excess materials into bags, apparel and accessories is seeking an emerging photographer to aid with producing a photo shoot on the University of Oregon Campus and around Autzen Stadium. This is an opportunity for us to showcase our new product to be launched soon. You will receive a brief and direction from our Director of Marketing and then can produce the photo shoot on your own time.
Photographer will be responsible for casting two student models, one male and one female, to take part in the photoshoot. Models will be compensated with Looptworks store credit.
Please contact us with your interest at backtalk@looptworks.com

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Do good for the environment by helping a fellow student design an exhibit for the Oregon Coast Aquarium!

Greetings School of Art and Design students!
My name is Britta Baechler and I am a 3rd year PhD student at Portland State University studying microplastics in Oregon shellfish. I am putting together a temporary (1-year) exhibit about ocean plastics and microplastics for the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport, Oregon and need some creative assistance! I am really excited about the opportunity to teach the broader community people about the pollution occurring in our oceans through both interactive and interpretive displays at the aquarium, but creating interactive visual displays is where I could really use some help!
I could especially use some volunteer assistance with:
1) Assembly of some structures (tables, stands, etc….) that would be used for the exhibit’s signage/ interactive displays/ props,
2) Putting together some ocean plastics-related art that help visualize the plastic pollution problem,
3) Standing banner graphic design and layouts (including images, basic data, etc)
4) Ideas for fun and interactive displays about big or small plastics.
 
This would be a great chance to have your name included on a museum exhibit, and to help get the word out about this important environmental issue!
If you are interested, please contact me by email at baechler@pdx.edu.

Issue #3 of Art Kit Magazine is Out Now

Hello Friends, Family, and Community!

 

The time has come to finally announce that Art Kit Issue 3 is NOW ON SALE!!!!!

 

Alex and I spent 6 months putting together this special double issue and I could not be more proud. The issue’s of theme of “At the Confluence: Art as Refuge/Art as Rebellion” feels so pertinent for today’s politics and for my own life. Getting to gather role models and best practices for resilience in this issue has really been getting me through these turbulent times, and I’m so excited to finally share it with you!!

 

See the press release below to find out how to buy an issue, and if you’re in the San Jose area,come by our table at the South First Friday Art Walk on Friday, Aug 3rd 7-10pm for their special #artofzines night!!

 

In Love & Resilience,

Evelyn

Local events happening

BRIDGE

SUMMER

https://www.artcityeugene.com/bridge-intersecting-bodies  

 

Date: Friday, August 3rd

Friday ArtWalk

Location: Kesey Square

Time: 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM

I will be drawing and selling my art in the Kesey square area. There will be live music, restaurants nearby and live art making as well.

 

ArtCity presents

Studio Without Walls

Date: Friday,  August 17th

Time: 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Location: 8th and Oak Street

Live Art Making, music, beverage garden, food carts and lots of fun!

 

ArtCity presents BEAM

Art at night that lights up!

Date: September 21st

Time: 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Location: 8th & Oak Street

Live Art Making, music, beverage garden, food carts and lots of fun!

Fiesta Cultural – Call to Community

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Lane Arts Council is excited to announce the fourth year of Fiesta Cultural, a county-wide initiative celebrating Latinx arts, culture and heritage.
Fiesta Cultural creates opportunities for inclusion through the arts, highlights Latinx artists, and connects the community with Latinx culture through welcoming cultural programs and events.
 
If you or your organization is planning an event, program or exhibition in Lane County between September and December 2018 that aligns with this initiative, please contact us by July 31st to be included as a Fiesta Cultural program.
 
These might include music, dance, visual arts, poetry, film, performance and other cultural programming produced by or integrating Latinx artists or Latinx culture. Last year we included 25 events and 8 art exhibits!
For questions or help with submitting, contact Jessica Watson (Lane Arts Council) at 541-485-2278 or artwalk@lanearts.org.

Upstream art project in Eugene, call to artists

The City of Eugene is launching an UpStream Art Project to help communicate the importance of storm drains, their function, and their connection to our rivers. Local artists are invited to paint mini-murals next to storm drains in downtown Eugene with visual messages about protecting out waterways, stream habitat and aquatic wildlife.
The theme for 2018 is “Clean Rivers Start Here.” There are up to four storm drains identified for the 2018 project. Artist selection will be based on how well the theme is conveyed, how well the artist depicts that storm drains lead to rivers and how well the art encourages the community to help protect local waterways. Each artist selected (up to four total) will receive $1,000 total compensation after the artwork is installed.
Submission of artwork is due by 5 p.m. on August 20, 2018. Artwork must be completed on September 21-22. Anyone interested in participating can find application information and an FAQ at www.happyrivers.org
The project is part of the City’s education and outreach efforts to help residents understand that stormwater flows untreated from our streets to our local waterways and that everyone has a role in helping to protect rivers.

Nearby Nature Bridge Painting Volunteer Opportunity

Nearby Nature Bridge Mural Painting Project — Volunteers Needed!
Greetings UO Art Students! Hello from Nearby Nature, a non-profit nature education group in Alton Baker Park. This summer Nearby Nature is going to create a mural on the Frohnmayer Footbridge! The mural will be made of stenciled images (like the ones above) painted by a group of TAG Team (Taskforce Against Graffiti) volunteers. This could be you! Read on to learn more.
When: Week of August 13-17 (exact dates/times TBA).
Where: Frohnmayer Footbridge (between the UO and Alton Baker Park on the path toward Autzen Stadium).
What: Painting a stenciled mural of local plants and animals on the bridge. One day for a complete undercoat of grey paint and at least one more day (and possibly two) for stencils. See more details athttp://www.nearbynature.org/news/bridge-mural.
Who: Anyone can help on the grey paint day. For the stencil painting days, we want volunteers who have more of an artistic eye. We would love to have some UO Art students!
How: Interested in learning more? Email Shaun Daniel at parkhost@nearbynature.org to let us know you’re interested and what days/times from August 13-17 work best for you. We’ll get back to you with final dates and details. Or call 541-687-9699 if you have questions.
Hope to meet you soon!

— Beth Stein (Executive Director) and Shaun Daniel (Nearby Nature Park Host)

Nearby Nature
PO Box 3678
Eugene, OR 97403
nearbynature.org
 

art opportunity for students

TAILORED COFFEE ROASTERS
 
Local cafe and coffee roaster looking to showcase work by student artists.
 
We have an empty wall in our shop that needs one or more large scale pieces for temporary (and potentially permanent) display.
 
To apply, email Zane at whatsgood@tailoredcoffee.com with the appropriate links or attachments.
 
Submissions open starting July 13, 2018.
 
Tailored Coffee Roasters
291 E 5th Ave
Eugene, OR 97401
 
IG @tailoredcoffee

Searching for graphic design student worker

Job title – Student Graphic Design Position
Lab description – John Seeley’s prevention science lab works mainly on
projects related to adolescent suicide prevention across the state of
Oregon. The lab presents to both researchers and practitioners on
effective prevention, intervention, and postvention strategies for
decreasing suicide risk with a special emphasis on using translational
science to interpret research into practice.
If interested email Jonathan Rochelle (jrochel2@uoregon.edu) a copy of
your resume and portfolio (if available)
Position description: The lab is seeking either a graduate or
undergraduate student with experience in graphic design to help with
designing technical diagrams, improving presentation slides, and helping
with website design aesthetics. This is a paid position. Applications
will be accepted beginning July 1st 2018 and until the position is
filled.

Funding Awarded to Community Arts Projects in Eugene

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Lane Arts Council & City of Eugene 
Award Funding to Community Arts Projects
Lane Arts Council announces $56,125 in grants to arts organizations and arts projects in the Eugene area. The Community Arts Grant Program is funded by the City of Eugene Cultural Services Division and administered by Lane Arts Council.
The Community Arts Grants help ensure diverse and accessible arts opportunities and experiences for Eugene artists, audiences and participants.
This year nine community arts organizations, with annual budgets above $100,000, will receive Program Grants and 17 community arts projects will receive Project Grants. Project grants will fund: theatre productions, poetry slams, arts and writing competitions, summer rock camps, festivals, art exhibitions, mural programs, fashion shows and more.
St. Vincent de Paul was awarded a Community Arts Grant for their Metamorphose Earth Day Event in which they will invite the community to participate in upcycled/recycled art and design challenges and learn about responsible waste-diversion.
“Community Arts Grants play a critically important role in Eugene by helping to meld mission with art—and that art helps to make that mission visible, vibrant and accessible,” says Terry McDonald, executive director of St. Vincent de Paul. The agency also received a Community Arts Grant that will enable a local artist to work with residents of the new SVDP Youth House for homeless teen girls to create a mural telling their collective story.
Another grant recipient, Wordcrafters in Eugene, will present a Fiction Fantastic contest for young writers to showcase their creativity and publish their written works.
Wordcrafters in Eugene Executive Director, Daryll Lynne Evans, explained why the grant is meaningful to their organization: “Having access to quality creative writing instruction is vital for our youth to discover their voices and hone their story-telling skills. This grant makes it possible to give youth in our community a space to be published and know that their voices matter.”
“Arts and culture is the heartbeat of our city and the reason why so many of us love living in Eugene,” states Liora Sponko, Lane Arts Council Executive Director. “These grant awarded projects and programs provide our community with access to the incredible artistic contributions of our local artists and arts organizations.”
Join us for a special award ceremony open to the public:
Community Arts Grant Award Ceremony
Tuesday, July 17th  | 4:00-5:30pm
Oregon Contemporary Theatre
194 W Broadway, Eugene, OR 97401
About Lane Arts Council 
Lane Arts Council, founded in 1976, is a nonprofit organization that cultivates strong and creative arts communities in Lane County. They provide arts education programs in schools, support local artists and arts organizations, and coordinate the popular First Friday ArtWalk.
Enclosure: List of Community Arts Grant recipients.

For sale: LARGE HANDCRAFTED CHERRY WOOD FLOOR TAPESTRY LOOM

For sale: LARGE HANDCRAFTED CHERRY WOOD FLOOR TAPESTRY LOOM, fashioned from instructions in An Illustrated Guide to Making Oriental Rugs by Gordon W. Scott, with some modification. Of course, can be used for any style of tapestry weaving.

Maximum weaving height – about 8 feet. Maximum weaving width – about 52 inches. Footprint on floor – 58” wide, 32” deep, 81 ½” high. Built in 1987 by a local wood artist. Price is $1,095, or best offer. I live between Waldport and Seal Rock. The longest two pieces, when disassembled, are 74” long. The entire loom can be disassembled for transport. My location is about 1.5 miles north of Waldport. More photos available with more details, if you have questions. Email Elaine at weaver51@peak.org

Wedding photographer

This is an opportunity for a wedding photographer. We are looking for a student photographer who has some experience shooting at events and who can direct people. We are also looking for someone who can put a creative spin on traditional, boring wedding photography. It would be nice if the person could capture some video too. We may consider hiring more than one student. Please send your portfolio and a brief paragraph about experience. This will be a weekend wedding at camp WestWind. So you would start the morning of Friday July 5th 2019 and leave Sunday the 7th midday. Your accommodations/food will be taken care of. We are offering $500-1000 depending on experience. It’s a beautiful setting and is a great way to build your portfolio.
Email me at this address or call 801-898-3135
Thank you,
Emily Johnson

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Sarah Mikenis at Nationale

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we welcome Sarah Mikenis back to Nationale. Mikenis first showed at the gallery in 2015 in the noteworthy group exhibition, Everything We Ever Wanted.

For this solo show, Mikenis is presenting six new paintings inspired in part by her studio’s close proximity to Los Angeles’ Fashion District.

The exhibition is featured on Juxtapoz Magazine and just received picks in the Willamette Week (in print), Oregon ArtsWatch, and The Oregonian.

NATIONALE
3360 SE Division
Portland, OR
12:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Closed Wednesdays
www.nationale.us

scholarship deadline extended

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The application deadline has been extended to August 31st. Details of the conference are attached. The application is a separate document.

Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the art quilt and the artists who create them. Oregon SAQA members will be holding a conference, Unpredictable Outcomes, at Lane Community College in Eugene on October 18th, 2018.

University Art students, teaching assistants, and faculty members are invited to apply for a scholarship to attend this daylong event. Four scholarships are available. Members of Maude Kerns Art Center and Emerald Art Center are also welcome to apply. The scholarships cover all registration fees and include a delicious lunch provided by LCC’s Culinary Arts department. If you have  an interest in fiber arts, textiles, or just want to learn about the possibilities of working with fiber and thread to create art, please apply!

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Call for Entries: Student Art Exhibit in Knight Library

Show Up, Stand Out, Empower!”  is an upcoming art exhibit sponsored by UO Libraries and the Division of Equity and Inclusion. The exhibit is motivated by reactions against historic murals in Knight Library which reveal racist and misogynist biases common at that time.  We seek to exhibit art that reflects the kind of UO we aspire to have.   We invite participants to contribute works of art that reflect on issues of identity, gender and race equality, age, sexual orientation, ability, social justice, and privilege. All UO students are eligible to enter.

Many kinds of media are permitted for entry.

More information and online entry form: https://library.uoregon.edu/uo-art-empowers

Selected entries will be on exhibit in the fall and several will receive awards.

The deadline for online submissions is August 10, 2018.

 

VALA RAE Opening reception, Friday, June 22, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

I am so happy to announce the exhibition and website launch for VALA RAE! 
 
VALA RAE is a collaborative ceramic housewares company between Jessie Rose Vala and Emily Rae Counts. If you have a second please check out our website (link below) and we would so love to see you at our opening Friday, June 22 at Dust to Dust in Portland OR.

 

http://valarae.com/

https://dusttodust.space/present/

June 22 – August 5, 2018

Opening reception, Friday, June 22, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Dust to Dust presents VALA RAE, an exhibition highlighting one-of-a-kind functional ceramic pieces created by Jessie Rose Vala and Emily Rae Counts. VALA RAE is a unique housewares production company that blurs the lines between; art and design, routine and ritual, and functional and fantastical objects. Many of the pieces focus on light and fire, a reflection on the hearth, once the center of the home.
The VALA RAE inaugural exhibition features an oversized lovers’ bong, pendant lights, lamps, chimera-inspired table pipes, cast porcelain pipes, candle holders, and vases. Animal forms and imagery are reflected in these pieces as well as an abundance of patterns, textures, and shapes. This collection of hand sculpted and meticulously glazed objects creates a space where housewares exist in the realms of both the everyday and the wondrous.
VALA RAE is guided by art practices, allowing for a fluid generation of objects and ideas. Improvisational actions are relied upon in the creative process as a design for a vase or pipe may inform the shape of a unique table lamp, one idea leading unexpectedly to the next. The intention of VALA RAE is to constantly shift and evolve as a company, to exhibit pieces that are made by Vala and Counts both individually and in tandem, and to build a platform to create work that addresses the convergence of design, art, and craft.

 

Kanani Miyamoto @ Killjoy Collective

Kanani Miyamoto

Mururoa Mururoa: Big Lies

June 30 – July 21

Opening Reception June 30, 2018 from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Killjoy Collective 222 SE 10th Ave Unit 102B Portland, OR 97214

“Indeed, I saw in the district young women and young girls tranquil of eye, pure Tahitians….

All indeed, wish to be taken literally, brutally taken, without a single word.”

— Excerpt from Noa Noa, Tahiti journal of P. Gauguin

In 1769, the population of Tahiti was approximately 35,000.

By the time Paul Gauguin arrived in Papeete in 1891, European disease had killed off two-thirds of the population.

In the same year, colonialism had successfully destroyed the Maori people. Calvinist, Mormon, and Catholic religions replaced the indigenous beliefs and European thought and products replaced the handicrafts, barkcloth, the art of tattoo, music, and dance.

Mururoa Mururoa: Big Lies, is the start to a new dialog on the art and life of Paul Gauguin. A challenge to art institutions, art historians, and curators to recognize the true perspective of the indigenous.

#Repost @mamakanani

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I have been thinking about this for years… In 2012 I saw an exhibit at the Seattle Art Museum, Gauguin and Polynesia: An Elusive Paradise. I could not believe the ignorance of this show; the write up was absolutely ridiculous…they said “through a balanced and contextual analysis of Polynesian art alongside Gauguin’s works, this exhibit brings Polynesian arts and culture into the center of Gauguin studies”.

Gauguin is the face of colonialism: the face of a patriarchal society. There was no balance in the curation of this show. There was no Polynesian voice in this show. Polynesian art and culture was stolen, fetishised, and taken advantage of by Gauguin.

Moruroa Moruroa: Big Lies

@killjoypdx

#fuckgauguin

Kanani Miyamoto | Instagram: @mamakanani

Kanani Miyamoto was born and raised in Hawai`i and now lives in Portland, Oregon. She is a recent graduate of the Pacific Northwest College of Art MFA in Print Media program and has shown work in Oregon, Idaho and Hawai`i.

“I have lived in Portland for five years and visit Hawai`i as often as I can. Returning to the islands as a visitor has really opened my eyes to the tourist industry.”

Miyamoto is a passionate printmaker with an educational background rooted in traditional practices. Exploring issues of cultural and personal identity, Miyamoto’s studio practice expands into non-traditional forms of printmaking including mixed-media original prints, sculpture, installation, and animation. Miyamoto’s work investigates autobiographical experiences of growing up in Honolulu and being mixed heritage.

Killjoy Collective | Instagram: @killjoypdx

Our collective goal is to increase the visibility of women, women-identifying, and gender non-conforming artists in Portland and beyond by curating public visual art exhibitions and events representing a community-minded and interdisciplinary approach. We seek to provide a platform for artists exploring urgent, contemporary issues via our artist-run gallery space in SE Portland.

We view Killjoy as a site of resistance and a space for collaborating voices.

Killjoy Collective celebrates and seeks to engage women — women of color, women of all ages, women of all shapes and sizes, women with visible and invisible disabilities, immigrant women, indigenous women, queer women, trans women, and those who refuse to be put in a box. Our organization is feminist, non-hierarchical, unmotivated by profit, and deeply committed to sustaining relationships with artists and audiences. Our artist-run space strives to connect emerging creatives with intrigued audiences in a fun and intimate environment.

Killjoy Collective is located inside the Troy Laundry Studios at 222 SE 10th Ave #102B Portland, OR 97214 across the street from Century bar.

Projects hosted by Killjoy Collective are free and open to the public.

 

Monday, June 11 – receptions for Spring Storm 2018 and Back Alley Bash exhibitions

Monday, June 11

Receptions for Spring Storm 2018 and Back Alley Bash exhibitions- please join us to celebrate!

 

4:00- 6:00pm in Lawrence Hall, 1190 Franklin Boulevard

Spring Storm 2018 showcases the work of over 70 graduating seniors in the School of Art + Design majoring in art, art & technology, and product design. The exhibition will be on view through June 18 from 10:00am-6:00pm.

 

6:00-7:00pm in Kalapuya Ilihi, 1751 E 17th Ave

Back Alley Bash presents a culmination of a year’s worth of work from the university’s first Art + Design Academic Residential Community. The exhibition is on view June 6-11 from 10:00am- 6:00pm.

 

Exhibitions are free and open to all. Visit the School of Art + Design for further information about upcoming eventsand the Departments of Art and Product Design.

Wendy Heldmann

School of Art + Design

University of Oregon

541-346-8226

Board Storage – Summer 2018

Dear Design Students,
Eliminate the hassle of moving your board and drafting supplies out of the building!
The ASLA will be holding Board Storage on Tuesday June 12th from 5:00-7:00 PM and Wednesday June 13th from 2:00 to 4:00 PM.
Location:  Room LA 286, Lawrence Hall
Cost for Summer board storage is $20.00, cash or check.  Checks are to be made out to UO ASLA.  Proceeds from Board Storage support UO ASLA sponsored events.
Please note: You will not have access to your stored items until the first day of Fall Term (09/24/18), when items can be picked up at 5:00 PM.
If you have drafting boards or other supplies that you would like to sell, we would be happy to connect you with a buyer in our “Garage Sale”
section of board storage.
Please come prepared to price your items and ask us for more details when dropping your things off for storage.
All materials must be picked up on the first day of classes, after studio, between 5:00 and 7:00 PM.  Any items not picked up will incur an additional $20.00/day fee.
Your name must be on all boards, boxes, chairs, etc.
Valuables such as computers are not allowed (monitors are ok). Please make sure any refrigerators are defrosted and completely cleaned/dried before storing them.
Student ASLA assumes no responsibility for lost or damaged items.
We do ask that you please keep your voices quiet in the hallway when dropping off your items for Board Storage, as we will have final exams occurring at this time and would appreciate keeping noise to a minimum.
Thank you and have a great break!
University of Oregon
ASLA Student Chapter
Ilia Fiene
MLA Candidate, 2018
Vice President | UO ASLA Student Chapter University of Oregon Department of Landscape Architecture

Kickstarter video

Hello! We are looking to Kickstarter to help us to expand our ceramics
studio, Peaches, into an independent and sustainable ceramics studio as
we graduate from the University of Oregon this June. With the help of
your generous donations, we will be able to expand Peaches into our own
studio space and purchase the industrial equipment we need to create
ceramic tableware.
In exchange for your kind contributions, you will have the opportunity
to pre-order limited edition Peaches ceramic ware. We are offering this
exclusive tableware collection to the Kickstarter community for special
prices. Please take the time to watch our video to learn more about the
people and the process behind Peaches. Any contribution, large or small,
will help us achieve our goal!
Here is the link:
Thank you so much and please let us know if you have any questions!
Best,
Julia

Now That We’ve Bonded: Opening Reception

Now That We’ve Bonded: Opening Reception
The UO Visual Arts Team is excited to present “Now That We’ve Bonded” in
the Adell McMillan gallery.* Join us for the opening reception for a
chance to talk with the artists about their work, and enjoy food catered
by Marché!
“Now That We’ve Bonded” is an exhibition of photographic works from the
spring quarter UO Advanced Photography class taught by Ron Jude. The
work in the show represents a wide range of approaches.
This exhibition will be on view during normal EMU hours from June 6th
through September 30th.
Participating Artists:
Analee Ackerman
Junwei Zhang
Megan May
Melissa Campolo
Hunter Chesnut
Aaron Danny
Bradley Hodgin
Alden Kratz
Ariel Lenkov
Allison Schukis
Amelia Thompson
Chad VanNatta
Peirce Ward
Katie Winkleman
Sam Wrigglesworth
Mark Drevdahl
Desi Colley
Emily Sexton
Sky Wolfram
*Located on Floor 2 of the EMU, near the ballroom. Listed as “McMillan
Gallery” in elevator directory.

Join us June 7 & June 12 for screenings of Ai Weiwei’s Human Flow

HUMAN FLOW
A documentary by Ai Weiwei

Over 65 million people around the world have been forced from their homes to escape famine, climate change and war in the greatest human displacement since World War II. Human Flow, an epic film journey led by the internationally renowned artist Ai Weiwei, gives a powerful visual expression to this massive human migration. The documentary elucidates both the staggering scale of the refugee crisis and its profoundly personal human impact.

SCREENINGS

Thursday, June 7, at 12:00 p.m.
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Post-film discussion led by Portland Meet Portland director Manuel Padilla.

Tuesday, June 12, at 6:30 p.m.
184 Knight Law Center
Post-film discussion led by Define American chapter members Mariko Plescia and Rachel Alm.

Both screenings are free and open to the public. 

Organized by University of Oregon Define American chapter, in partnership with the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Oregon Humanities Center, Global Justice Program, No Lost Generation UO, and The Department of Romance Languages.

Logo Design, Brand and Branding skills needed by Dynamic St

SEEKING ASSISTANCE: Logo, Brand and Branding Project!!!
$15/hour – and you can include the deliverables and work product in your portfolio! While having fun, you can make about $500.  We are a young and dynamic company that is in need of design/graphics skills & creativity for our logo, brand, branding, and packaging.Our product is rooted in science and involves working with genomics in a really cool way. We intend to place special emphasis on brand design and awareness and strive to promote strong, affective associations with our customers!We are seeking assistance from a skilled designer such as yourself to help us create a brand that welcomes our target market or individual to engage in the science around their DNA.If you are interested, please shoot me a text/call at 1-541-760-9629 and we can go from there.  Leave a message with your contact info!
Thank you,
John Eustermann

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Interview opportunity for photo students

This is Cedric. Frist, I appreciate you can give me the suggestion about
    the interview. Because of the assignment is about the dream job, I want
    to ask some short question for the photography student. This is my
    question about:
    1. how long have you been the photography?
    2. what is your area of photography expertise?
    3. why you choose this major? what part gets your attention?
    4. what is a difficult thing you think?
    5. what are you plan after the graduation?
    6. how can you define the photo is good?
    7. how can you take a good picture?
    8.what is a most interesting thing for your experience form photography?
    9. what is your dream job?
    This interview does not take a long time, and I think these questions
    are the general question. Please contact me at: 785-312-4992 or ruikunw@uoregon.edu or W1418093390@gmail.com

LVK and Washburn Exhibition Proposals


Time is running out to submit exhibition proposals for the LaVerne Krause and Washburn galleries in the fall.

LaVerne Krause application here:

https://krause.uoregon.edu/apply/exhibitions/

Washburn application here:
https://krause.uoregon.edu/apply/washburn/

If you have any questions regarding these applications, please contact Jonathan Bagby, the Gallery Director, at bagby@uoregon.edu

Terri Warpinski’s “From Here to There” to be exhibited in the Governor’s Office June 4 — July 31

TERRI WARPINSKI’S “FROM HERE TO THERE” TO BE EXHIBITED IN THE GOVERNOR’S OFFICE JUNE 4 — JULY 31 (PHOTO)

News Release from Oregon Arts Commission
Posted on FlashAlert: May 24th, 2018 10:40 AM

Downloadable file: Ripple Effect, Columbia Slough, 2006, Silver gelatin photographic collage with graphite, 22 x 18 inches, Courtesy of the artist

Salem, Oregon – Eugene artist Terri Warpinski will exhibit “From Here to There” in the Governor’s Office of the Capitol Building in Salem from June 4 to July 31.

Warpinski’s artistic work reflects her longstanding interest in the traces of human activity embedded in landscape. Oregon’s abundance of natural open spaces—whether oceans, rivers, plains (sage or grass), lakes or desert (dunes, scrub lands, or playas)—have been the source of contemplation and inspiration for her photography for more than 30 years.

After 32 years of teaching and administrative service at the University of Oregon, Warpinski is now a Professor Emerita of Art and dedicating her full attention to her studio practice. Her creative and scholarly career is distinguished by a Fulbright Fellowship (Israel 2000-2001) and most recently with a DAAD Research Grant (2016) to work in Berlin with the Stiftung Berliner Mauer as host institution. She is the recipient of an Individual Artist Fellowship (2014) and two Career Opportunity Grants (2015, 2013) from The Ford Family Foundation and the Oregon Art Commission. She has been awarded numerous artist residencies, including at Ucross (2000), Playa (2011, 2014) and Caldera (2016).

Recently completed projects include “Surface Tension: three landscapes of division and Liminal Matter: Fences,” in collaboration with Portland poet Laura Winter. Her work has been shown in more than 125 exhibitions including the Pingyao International Festival of Photography in China; the US Embassy in Jerusalem; Houston International Fotofest; Center for Photography at Woodstock; the University of the Arts Philadelphia; and San Francisco’s Camerawork.

The Art in the Governor’s Office Program honors selected artists in Oregon with exhibitions in the reception area of the Governor’s Office in the State Capitol. Artists are nominated by a statewide committee of arts professionals who consider artists representing the breadth and diversity of artistic practice across Oregon, and are then selected by the Arts Commission with the participation of the Governor’s Office. Only professional, living Oregon artists are considered and an exhibit in the Governor’s office is considered a “once in a lifetime” honor. Artists whose work has previously been shown in the Governor’s office include Henk Pander, Michele Russo, Manuel Izquierdo, James Lavadour, Margot Thompson, Gordon Gilkey and Yuji Hiratsuka.

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The Oregon Arts Commission provides leadership, funding and arts programs through its grants, special initiatives and services. Nine commissioners, appointed by the Governor, determine arts needs and establish policies for public support of the arts. The Arts Commission became part of Business Oregon (formerly Oregon Economic and Community Development Department) in 1993, in recognition of the expanding role the arts play in the broader social, economic and educational arenas of Oregon communities. In 2003, the Oregon legislature moved the operations of the Oregon Cultural Trust to the Arts Commission, streamlining operations and making use of the Commission’s expertise in grantmaking, arts and cultural information and community cultural development.

The Arts Commission is supported with general funds appropriated by the Oregon legislature and with federal funds from the National Endowment for the Arts as well as funds from the Oregon Cultural Trust. More information about the Oregon Arts Commission is available online at:  www.oregonartscommission.org.

 

Contact Info:
Carrie Kikel
carrie.kikel@oregon.gov
503-986-0081

Personal Branding—Lunch & Learn

Students from College of Design interested in “punk rock business strategies” including unique personal branding should come to this session and meet with Jenelle Isaacson in a small roundtable format to discuss ideas, challenges, and your design future!
June 1, 12:30-1:30 | 278 LA | Space is limited, lunch provided please RSVP link https://oregon.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eti70pcs0kfKdql

Volunteer or Intern Artists needed for Summer Daycamps

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Go Wild with Nearby Nature: Artists wanted for Summer Outdoor Volunteer Opportunities
Are you an artist or musician? Looking for a rewarding internship or volunteer project for summer? Enjoy the outdoors? Good news — Nearby Nature is looking for you!
  • What: Assist with Summer Daycamps, share music and art with kids
  • When: Summer Term
  • Where: Alton Baker Park (near the UO)
  • Why: Get field experience, share your passion, develop leadership skills, spend time outside, meet awesome people, have fun!
So how do you get involved? Connect with us in one of the following ways. We would love to do interviews this spring.
  • Apply for an internship here or fill out a volunteer questionnaire here. Summary of job descriptions below.
  • Attend Nearby Nature’s Summer Daycamps Info Night: Wednesday, May 30, 6:00-7:30 pm at Nearby Nature’s yurt in Alton Baker Park. Not required but highly recommended. Contact us prior to this meeting if possible, especially if you can’t attend. We still want to hear from you!
  • Call 541-687-9699 or email info@nearbynature.org. Ask questions and let us know what interests you.
Thanks! We (and the kids and critters in Alton Baker Park) look forward to hearing from you soon.
— Beth Stein, ShyAnne Groberg, and Shaun Daniel — Nearby Nature Staff
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Quick Summary of Nearby Nature Internships and Volunteer Positions
1) Summer Daycamp Interns and Volunteers: Help at daycamps with everything from hikes and bike rides to earth art and bug catching. M-F, one week at a time, 4-8 hours per day. Training provided. Interns 60-120 hours total. Volunteer time commitment varies.
3) Spring and Summer Learnscape Garden Interns: Learn about soil, perennials and annuals, crop rotation, companion plantings, bugs, weeds, native plants, composting, and more. No experience necessary, although welcome. Training provided. Interns 6-12 hours per week.
4) Summer Musicians, Artists and Canoe helpers: Help us bring music, art and creativity into camp by sharing your talent with kids! Join us for pre-scheduled canoe trips in Alton Baker Park. Contact us for specific dates for canoeing.

Brand Identity and Package Design Opportunity

This is an opportunity for a student or student team to participate in brand identity design and development of packaging for a new product in the cannabis industry. Our lab has developed an innovative extract that improves on competitive products in efficacy, purity, taste, and price. We plan to market this product in the form of vape cartridges that will be sold in Oregon cannabis dispensaries. We are interested in creative packaging and brand designs that will emphasize the innovative nature of the product, and call attention to it in a crowded market place (as well as meet OLCC packaging standards).

We will consider students based on resumes or proposals. If selected, student designers/artists will work with our team to understand the market, the product, and our objectives. Students will then develop and refine proposed designs. Successful designers may be asked to collaborate in developing additional marketing material including a web page, copy, and print assets. For completing this work we will award a minimum $200 stipend. If the design is actually used, we will increase the stipend accordingly. Regardless, we will work with the students to ensure the experience is of value in developing a professional resume and portfolio.

While we will consider all proposals, there is benefit to having students who can legally enter the lab and dispensaries (over 21). We will necessarily adhere to Oregon law, OLCC regulations, and UO rules. For additional information, please contact Tus Henry at tushenry@gmail.com.

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Event 5/30: Margo Jefferson explores questions of identity and community

Journalist and cultural critic Margo Jefferson, an articulate voice critiquing race and culture in America, will speak at the UO on Wednesday, May 30 at 7:30 p.m. in 182 Lillis Hall. This event is free and open to the public.


In her lecture, “From ‘I’ to ‘We’: The Role of the Citizen-Critic,” Jefferson will explore how to bring all the traditions that shape us—intellectual, political, aesthetic—to complex questions of identity and community.

The daughter of a prominent physician and social worker-turned-socialite mother, Jefferson grew up in an upper-middle class black neighborhood in Chicago in the 1950s and ’60s. She writes about her experiences growing up in post-war America as a member of a privileged African American family in her memoir, Negroland.
 
For more information go to: ohc.uoregon.edu

Assembly: A Co-authored Social Practice Gathering starts June 1

Join us for Assembly, a free and accessible gathering featuring public projects examining civic engagement

June 1-3, 2018

Assembly is a co-authored social practice gathering that includes discussions, interventions, presentations and participatory projects that address topics related to art and social practice. Join us in shaping the collective experience by contributing to dialog, group projects and co-created publications that will unfold at Portland City Hall, Multnomah County Central Library, the Portland State Native American Student Cultural Center and public civic spaces in Portland.

Members of the PSU Art + Social Practice MFA program organize Assembly every year to showcase current work and collaborations with members of the local community. ​During this full weekend conference, we will examine the topic of civic engagement. Attend one or all of the events.

This year we celebrate the 5th anniversary of Assembly and the 10th anniversary of the Art and Social Practice MFA program. Come celebrate with us.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS [PDF]

All events are FREE and open to the public

More info at psusocialpractice.org/assembly

Call to Artists: Springfield City Hall Gallery

The Springfield Arts Commission is accepting artist applications to exhibit in City Hall Gallery. Apply by May 30!

Extended Deadline: Apply by May 30

The Springfield Arts Commission is seeking artists to showcase their work in City Hall Gallery in the 2019 calendar year.

All artists are encouraged to apply. Seven open call exhibits will be chosen to show in 2019, along with the annual Springfield Arts Commission Mayor’s Art Show Award-winners and four invitational shows by featured artists Cindy Stinson-Chennell, Karri Selven, Joshua Searl and Karen Lee.

City Hall Gallery’s 90-foot wall provides ample space to exhibit your work and is seen by more than 3,700 visitors each month. It accommodates two- and three-dimensional art. Solo or group shows and curated thematic exhibitions are encouraged to apply.

Applications are due May 30. Please apply now, and spread the word!

HOPES[25] Elections Information

Hello everyone!

Now that the conference has concluded we need to start the process of setting up a team for next year! There are several leadership positions open, whose roles are detailed below.
 
Director of Logistics: questions – Contact Nathan Leigh at nleigh@uoregon.edu
Director of Outreach: questions – Contact Ben Lucke at blucke@uoregon.edu
Director of Branding: questions – Contact Camila Salazar at camilas@uoregon.edu 
Director of Finance: questions – Contact Cameron Buswell at cbuswell@uoregon.edu
Director of Speakers: questions – Contact Flora Chen at  lchen6@uoregon.edu

Web Designer  – Follow same instructions as director positions
Social Media Lead – Follow same instructions as director positions

If you would like to apply for Conference Co-Director (two positions available) please email Gianna Prather at giannap@uoregon.edu

TO APPLY:


Send an email to edc.hopes@gmail.com with the position you are interested in for the subject line (i.e. Outreach Director).


Send us your application by 5 PM Wednesday, May 23rd.

In your email, please include the following information:


  • Name

  • Program (major and bachelor/master)

  • Information about your plans for next year (graduation term/year, study abroad, Portland campus, etc.)

  • List relevant skills, experience, or personal attributes that make you a good candidate for this position

  • Personal statement about why you would like to fill this position

  • Supplementals (optional):

    • Resume

    • CV

    • Portfolio

    • Work samples

    • References

And that’s it! We will review applications and send an email announcement about our decision by Friday, May 25th.

TODAY: Modern Jewish Life in Russia: A Showing of Several Short Documentaries by Galina Evtushenko

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Modern Jewish Life in Russia: A Showing of Several Short Documentaries by Galina Evtushenko
The University of Oregon-UNESCO Crossings Institute is proud to announce a screening of several short documentary films with Galina Evtushenko, who produced and directed the films. This event is co-sponsored by the Harold Schnitzer Program in Judaic Studies.
Wednesday, May 16 at 6 p.m. in the EMU Crater Lake North Room.
Pizza will be Served

TODAY: Visit by Oregon Poet Laureate Liz Woody

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Join us for an afternoon of poetry and conversation with Elizabeth Woody, Oregon Poet Laureate and Warm Springs Tribal Member, on Tuesday, May 15th from 4:15-5:45 pm in PLC 180. This will be one of Woody’s final appearances as Poet Laureate as she winds down her two-year term.

Elizabeth was named Oregon’s eight poet laureate by Governor Kate Brown on April 26, 2016, and is the first Native person to hold that honor. She has taught at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe and at Portland State University. She has published three books of poetry: Hand Into Stone(1988), Luminaries of the Humble (1994), and Seven Hands, Seven Hearts (1994). A cultural steward, Woody also writes short fiction, essays, and is a visual artist.
Woody received the American Book Award in 1990 and the William Stafford Memorial Award for Poetry in 1995. She leads workshops and lectures and has served on multi-disciplinary art fellowship jury panels for several foundations and arts organizations nationally. She also serves as an Associate Judge in the Court of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs.
This event is generously sponsored by UO Native American Studies, the Departments of English, History and Ethnic Studies, the Multicultural Center, and the Oregon Humanities Center. For more information about this and other Native Studies related events, visit nativestudies.uoregon.edu/event.

UpStream Art- 1 week left to submit!

There is still one week left to submit a design for UpStream Art. This year’s theme is “It’s All Connected.” Artists selected to participate in UpStream Art will be provided with paints and a designated mural space on the ground. They’ll also be compensated for their art! Artists must be available to start painting on the afternoon of Friday, August 24 and complete their artwork on August 25, 2018. Deadline to apply is 5 p.m., Monday, May 21, 2018.

To learn more visit the UpStream Art site or share the event on Facebook.

Art & Tech Career Event

Come learn about the wide range of careers in Art & Technology from professionals in the field, enjoy lunch, join discussions, bring your questions! Join just the lunch or stay for the whole event!

Friday May 25 – LA 206

 

The schedule will be:

11:45 – 1:00        Lunch & Learn – Panel on Careers in Art & Technology (lunch provided)

1:00 – 2:30          Roundtable Discussions with panelists

Graphic Design as a Career, Branding, User Interface Research informs Design, career tips, careers and more!

2:30 – 3:30          Portfolio Reviews

 

Guests Include:

Brian Gundell – Graphic Design & Sports Branding

Sara Talmadge  -Digital Illustration and Animation

Geoff Rich  – Art Lead, Special fx, Modelling and Video Creation

Peter King –  Art Direction and Graphic Design

Kirstin Hierholzer – User Interface Research​

Susan Choi Reading, May 14, 4PM, Knight Library

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A Reading by Susan Choi

Monday, May 14, 2018, 4:00 pm
Knight Library Browsing Room
Book Signing to Follow
Susan Choi’s writing explores themes of identity and the impact of the political sphere upon personal life. She is the author of four novels,  The Foreign Student (1998), American Woman, finalist for the Pulitzer-Prize (2003). A Person of Interest (2008), and My Education (2013).
“Choi’s subject is contemporary America as much as it is America’s past. The result is historical fiction with present-day relevance.”
Poets & Writers

Courtesy of the Duck Store and the CHC, the first ten undergraduates to arrive at the reading will receive a free copy of one of Choi’s booksBooks will also be available for purchase.

Artist Residencies Panel–Tues 5/15

Lane Arts Council is hosting a panel discussion about artist residencies on Tuesday, May 15th. Hear from a panel of experienced artists and residency program managers about how a residency might benefit you and your work, what to consider when applying, and how to submit a strong application. We’ll talk about expectations, preparation, productivity, and answer all your questions to ensure you make the most out of your next (or first) residency experience.
ALL ABOUT ARTIST RESIDENCIES
Tuesday, May 15, 3-5pm
RAIN Eugene (942 Olive St)
Panelists: Carrie Hardison (Sitka Center for Art & Ecology), Julia Oldham, Kathleen Caprario, and Eliot Grasso. Facilitated by Tallmadge Doyle. 

Wood Engravers’ Network Triennial Exhibition

Dear Artists and Art lovers,

It’s such a pleasure to host the Third Triennial Traveling Exhibition by Wood Engravers’ Network in the multiple exhibition cases located on the first floor right here in our Lawrence Hall. They just arrived from the former venue, University of Wisconsin. We’ll have this opportunity to enjoy them until we ship them off to the next venue, Asheville Bookworks in North Carolina in early July.

The exhibition consists of stunning works by renowned wood engravers in the world. I hope you have a chance to stop by and spend time with them. I’m so thrilled to have them here!

https://calendar.uoregon.edu/event/wood_engravers_netword_third_triennial_exhibition#.WvCTBcgh3-Y

All my best,

Mika

— 

Mika Aono

College of Design, University of Oregon

Printmaking/Painting/Drawing Studio Technician

mikab@uoregon.edu
http://mikaboyd.com

541.554.6586 (C)

 

Writing opportunity

I am involved in a project named The Artifice which is an online magazine that covers a wide spectrum of art forms, including Film, Anime, Comics, Literature, Games, and Arts. It is collaboratively built and maintained by the writers. The platform has an established audience of millions.
We are currently expanding and we would like to provide an opportunity for your students and faculty to join our team of writers.
Kind regards,
Alyson
The Artifice:
the-artifice.com

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Call to Artists

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Greetings!

My name is Carolyn Cruze and I’m the assistant curator at Studio Art Direct Inc. At Studio Art Direct we create custom, site specific art and graphic collections for the built environment. We’re currently looking to expand our network of artists. See above links for more information.

Carolyn Cruze

Project Assistant

STUDIO ART DIRECT

Fine art & graphics for the built environment. 

To view our book of experience, click here

Visit our online art gallery www.studioartdirect.com

Visit our blog at www.studioartdirect.tumblr.com

T (503) 230-9390   |    curator@studioartdirect.com

Mailing

P.O. Box 9157

Portland, OR  97207

Studio

1336 NW Northrup

Portland, OR  97209

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artist needed

I am looking for an artist to draw a book cover for me.  It is a book of religious parody, specifically parodies of Christian hymns, so it is very irreverent, and so the person needs to be comfortable with having their art work on a book that is making fun of religious themes, sometimes in rather “strong” (but humorous) language.  The sketch below shows what I am looking for.  It is a picture of God being tripped up by some musical scores and falling over, with the musical scores carrying over to the back cover to create a circle/box containing the “blurb” and another picture of God dangling with his foot caught in the musical score.  I will pay $100 to anyone who can produce a good drawing for me (at the dimensions given), but I really would like this within the next 24 hours.  “Good” at least means that a person would immediately recognize the person in the picture as God.  Of course, you also get recognition/credit as the designer of a published book (unless you really want to remain anonymous).Thanks,Ward Ricker541-515-2445

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