Category: Events

Music Industry Fair Announcement

Ever wonder what it takes to break into the music business? Find out at UO’s annual Music Industry Fair on Friday, November 15th from 1:00 – 4:00 PM in Aasen-Hull Hall (Room 190) at the Frohnmayer Music Building.

The event will feature more than 30 tables hosted by industry experts from leading local music businesses and organizations in a variety of categories including: Music Technology & Audio Production, Venues & Events Management, Music Business & Licensing, Music for Film & Commercial Media, Classical Performing Arts, and Instrument Building & Trade Skills.

Students will have the opportunity to get one-on-one advice from music business veterans about everything from how to book gigs, to navigating the ins and outs of music licensing, running a non-profit arts organization, or starting your own entrepreneurial entertainment venture.

The School of Music and Dance (SOMD) organized the event in collaboration with the on-campus Music Industry Collective (MIC), a student-led club from the Lundquist College of Business. But it also includes interdisciplinary industry experts from across the university, such as an entertainment attorney from the School of Law and academic advisors from the School of Planning, Public Policy and Management (PPPM), Lundquist College of Business, and Cinema Studies.

For more information, contact Grace Ho at: gho@uoregon.edu

Participating groups and organizations include:

Arts & Business Alliance of Eugene

Beacock Music

Cuthbert and McDonald theaters

Eugene Ballet

Eugene Opera

Eugene Symphony

Eugene Violin Shop

Hult Center

International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees

The Jazz Station

KWVA radio at the UO

Lane Small Business Development Center

Local 689 Musicians Union

Music Industry Collective

Orchestra Next

Oregon Contemporary Theater

Oregon Bach Festival

Oregon Mozart Players

Oregon Music Teachers Association

Pacific Artists Collective

Piano Technicians Guild

Shedd Institute

Sprout City Studios

Songfoo

UO Cinema Studies

UO Lundquist College of Business

UO School of Planning, Public Policy and Management/Arts & Cultural Leadership

UO School of Law

UO School of Music and Dance

Women in Film

WOW Hall

For more information, contact Grace Ho at: gho@uoregon.edu

 

Virtual Bauhaus

Bauhaus Flyer

This fall, the Department of German and Scandinavian will be hosting Virtual Bauhaus​, an exhibition that was created by the Goethe-Institut Boston in collaboration with Cologne Game Lab, TH Köln. The exhibit will be on view from 11/15 – 12/15, 2019 at the DREAM lab at Knight library.

This Saturday, Portland2019 Biennial closing event, catalog release and panel led by the Harriet Tubman Center for Expanded Curatorial Practice

Portland2019 Biennial closing
Please join us on Saturday, November 2nd for the closing celebration of the Portland2019 Biennial. Free and open to the public.

4:30pm A panel discussion led by the middle school class of the Harriet Tubman Center for Expanded Curatorial Practice with biennial artists Anthony Hudson, Jess Perlitz, Lou Watson, and Lynn Yarne.

6-9pm Closing reception and the release of the Portland2019 Biennial catalog, designed by Adam McIsaac of Sibley House.

A program of the Portland2019 Biennial curated by Yaelle S. Amir, Elisheba Johnson, and Ashley Stull Meyers

Biennial artists: Natalie Ball (Chiloquin, OR); Adam Bateman (Ashland, OR); Jovencio de la Paz (Eugene, OR); Demian DinéYazhi’ with R.I.S.E (Portland, OR); Dru Donovan (Portland, OR); Ka’ila Farrell-Smith (Modoc Point, OR); Harriet Tubman Center for Expanded Curatorial Practice (Portland, OR); Sabina Haque (Portland, OR); Anthony Hudson (Portland, OR); Garrick Imatani (Portland, OR); Colin Ives (Eugene, OR); rubén garcía marrufo (Portland, OR); Jess Perlitz (Portland, OR); Vanessa Renwick (Portland, OR); Sara Siestreem (Portland, OR); Sharita Towne (Portland, OR); Lou Watson (Portland, OR); Lynn Yarne (Portland, OR).


Disjecta Contemporary Art Center is supported by The Collins Foundation, Robert & Mercedes Eichholz Foundation, James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Oregon Arts Commission, Regional Arts & Culture Council, and Zephyr Charitable Foundation. Other businesses and individuals provided additional support.

The Portland2019 Biennial is supported by The Ford Family Foundation and Robert Lehman Foundation. Biennial artists received further support. Ka’ila Farrell-Smith is supported by Oregon Humanities. rubén garcía marrufo is supported by Regional Arts & Culture Council. Anthony Hudson is supported by Oregon Arts Commission. Sara Siestreem is supported by Potlatch Fund, Evergreen Longhouse, Oregon Arts Commission, Ford Family Foundation, and Oregon Community Foundation.

Disjecta 8371 N Interstate Ave Portland, OR 97217-6716 USA

25 August 2019 – 03 November 2019
Fri–Sun | Noon–5pm

Next event-

Saturday, 16 November
Art First Annual Art Auction

Books by Design Event on 11/13

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Books by Design featuring Emily Eliza Scott celebrating her new book.

The event will be in the Camilla Leach room at 12 noon on 11/13 as indicated on the flyer.

Nancy A. Cunningham

Interim Associate Dean for Research Services

Director of Branch Libraries

University of Oregon Libraries

205C Lawrence Hall

Eugene, OR 97403

Phone: 541-346-1954

Study abroad in Greece this summer with UO art faculty Carla Bengtson and Colleen Choquette-Raphael

The unique landscape of the Greek islands and the multilayered city of Athens provide the setting for this intensive three-week studio art course. Through a series of lectures, fieldwork, daily excursions to archaeological sites and museums, contemporary galleries and engagement with land and sea, students will have the opportunity to weave their experience of place and consideration of history and art into the practice of making art. Our methods will be interdisciplinary and open to various modes of expression, which might include but are not limited to, drawing and painting, text, performance, photography, sound and video.

For more information contact Carla (bengtson@uoregon.edu) or Colleen (raphaelc@uoregon.edu)

Global Education Oregon: https://geo.uoregon.edu/programs/greece/studio-art-in-athens

Join us for “Engaged Humanities: Partnerships between Academia and Tribal Communities”

“Engaged Humanities: Partnerships between Academia and Tribal Communities”
November 8–9, 2019
Giustina Ballroom, Ford Alumni Center
1720 E. 13th Ave.
University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon (Kalapuya Ilihi)
 
Join us on November 8 and 9 for the annual conference of the Western Humanities Alliance “Engaged Humanities: Partnerships between Academia and Tribal Communities” hosted by the Oregon Humanities Center and University of Oregon’s Native American Studies program.
Bringing together an impressive group of native scholars, community members, tribal leaders, and UO faculty and students, the conference will explore the challenges and opportunities of collaborations between the academy and America’s native and First Nations communities to use the arts and humanities to advance the public good.
 
“Native American Studies and the Native Strategies Group are really excited to partner with the Oregon Humanities Center for this conference,” says Dr. Kirby Brown, Assistant Professor of English and Native American Studies. “As a public institution in a state with nine federally recognized tribes and whose existence is inextricably tied to histories of dispossession and colonial violence, the University of Oregon must continue to cultivate and strengthen ties with tribal nations. Making space for Indigenous scholars, filmmakers, performers, community members, staff, and students to come together and share the important work going on at our institutions and across our communities is one way to honor those commitments.”
 
Featured keynote speakers include Fawn Sharp (Quinault Indian Nation), President, and Clarita Lefthand-Begay (Diné Nation), University of Washington professor, who will address Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples; and Mishuana Goeman (Tonawanda Band of Seneca), UCLA professor of American Indian Studies, who will speak on “Beyond Settler Apologies: Land Grant Institutions and Indigenous Futurities.”
 
In addition, numerous native scholars, community members, and tribal leaders will participate in ceremonies, panels, a concert reading and discussion of the play Salmon is Everything by UO Theatre Arts Professor Theresa May, and a film screening and discussion of the social justice documentary Promised Land. The film documents the struggles for federal recognition by the Chinook and Duwamish tribal nations. Filmmaker Sarah Salcedo and Tony Johnson (Chinook Indian Nation) will participate in the discussion.
 
The University of Oregon and the City of Eugene are situated on Kalapuya Ilihi, the traditional homelands and political territories of the Kalapuya peoples, whose descendants are now citizens of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Community and the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians.
 
The conference is free and open to the public. The conference-rate hotel is The Phoenix Inn Suites, 850 Franklin Blvd. The WHA Conference room block is available until October 7, 2019. To make reservations, please call 541-344-0001 (toll free 800-344-0131) and ask for the Western Humanities Alliance Room Block. For more information and the complete program go to: ohc.uoregon.edu/2019-wha-symposium.