Category: Resources

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

 

Apply for a BFA in Art or Art & Technology

Apply for a BFA in Art or Art & Technology

Applications are open now with a deadline of Monday, January 6th, 2020.

Apply Now: BFA in Art

Apply Now: BFA in Art & Technology

Please see our website for eligibility requirements: Art Department BFA Info

 *All students are encouraged to meet with an Academic Advisor to discuss changing degrees. Advising appointments are scheduled in the Student Services Office (LA 105) or by phone: 541-346-2621

Signal Fire, Wide Open Studio Residency info session

Signal Fire, “Wide Open Studio” Artist Residency Info Session

Ryan Pierce, a co-director of Signal Fire will be visiting our campus. Signal Fire is a non-profit based in Portland, that provides opportunities for artists and creative agitators to engage with our remaining wildlands.

He is going to give a slide presentation on their “Wide Open Studios” artist residency scheduled this summer.

Wide Open Studios is Signal Fire’s arts and ecology field institute, making our innovative wilderness excursions available to college students, emerging artists, or anyone seeking an immersive, hands-on, and transformative arts education. These trips invite students to explore their studio practice in dynamic wilderness locations, amidst an atmosphere of friendship and critical thinking. Our curriculum is centered on the natural and cultural histories of the sites we visit, and the possibilities of making art in— and in response to— wild places. Individual and collaborative projects invite students to see the wild as a place of wonder, empowerment, action and connection.

Please join us! Hope to see you there.

http://www.signalfirearts.org/programs/wide-open-studios/

Monday, March 11

Noon to 12:15pm

#162 in Lawrence (Lithography studio)

PlySpace Residency Program is accepting applications for Fall 2019

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PlySpace is an artist-in-residence program located in Muncie, Indiana, that is funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. We are currently accepting applications for the FALL 2019 Term // Deadline: March 1@ 11:59 PM.
PlySpace accepts applications from all creative disciplines including performance, fine art and crafts, writing, design, dance, and many more. For complete information about the application requirements, eligibility, funding, facilities, and amenities, please see the website at www.plyspace.org.

Department of Art Scholarship Application – Deadline February 4, 2019

Department of Art Scholarship Application is open

 Eligible majors* Don’t wait!

 APPLY NOW! 

Visit our website for more information: https://artdesign.uoregon.edu/art/undergrad/scholarships

Deadline: Monday, February 4, 2019

*Eligible majors are those students who submitted their Art Declaration Form to the Art + Design Office or received departmental confirmation of their acceptance to the Art & Technology majorby December 5, 2018. Students who declare the Art major or are accepted to the Art & Technology major after December 5, 2018 are not eligible to apply for scholarships at this time. 

Art Department Scholarship Application is open now

Department of Art

Scholarship Application open now through February 4, 2019.

Eligible majors* Don’t wait – APPLY NOW!

 Visit our website for more information: https://artdesign.uoregon.edu/art/undergrad/scholarships 

Deadline: Monday, February 4, 2019

*Eligible majors are those students who submitted their Art Declaration Form to the Art + Design Office or received departmental confirmation of their acceptance to the Art & Technology major by December 5, 2018. Students who declare the Art major or are accepted to the Art & Technology major after December 5, 2018 are not eligible to apply for scholarships at this time. 

 

Center for Art Research Internship

The Center for Art Research is looking for a great intern for winter 2019!

If interested, please email a brief statement of interest to heldmann@uoregon.edu to arrange an interview.

ART 404- Center for Art Research internship

 

Instructor of Record – Brian Gillis (bgillis@uoregon.edu)

Description – This course offers advanced students professional experience that enhance the student’s academic training and is designed to allow students to receive upper-division ART credits for internship experiences working for the Center for Art Research.

Requirements – During the term, interns will meet for 30 mins weekly and are expected to work an additional 2.5 hours per week per unit of credit. Tasks may include updating the Center website through the UO Blogs, print and digital design work, research and maintaining contact lists, event photography and set-up, writing, reports, and general admin support.

Skills

Attention to detail and time management

Knowledge of Excel, Word, Photoshop and InDesign

Ability to travel between UO campus and 510 Oak

Capable of moving chairs and folding tables

 Grading

Offered with “pass/no pass” option only. A passing grade (P) signifies satisfactory completion of all aspects of the internship by the end of the term. Unsatisfactory work on significant aspects of the internship will result in a grade of NP. Given the nature of this internship course, an incomplete grade (I) is rarely appropriate.

4YR BFA Info Session

Dear Majors,

Happy Week 7!

There are a lot of changes in the School of Art + Design, especially in the BFA programs for Art and Art & Technology. If you are interested in learning about these changes, we are offering information sessions to help answer questions such as:

  1. Why should I consider the BFA ?
  2. What’s the application process like?
  3. What’s different about the BFA now?
  4. What more would I have to take to complete the BFA?

Please join us for the first of these information sessions Wednesday, November 14th from 4-5pm in Lawrence 261. We look forward to seeing you soon!

The Department of Art

 

Unique Opportunity to Draw/Photograph Oregon Ballet Theatre Dancer

Since 1990 Oregon Ballet Theatre has offered PhotoArt Encounter, an engaging program designed specifically for art and photography students in high school and college.  We invite you to join us!

PhotoArt Encounter provides students and teachers an up-close opportunity to observe and draw or photograph the physicality and artistry of OBT dancers.

The Nutcracker
PhotoArt Encounter

December 6th and 7th
at noon
Keller Auditorium

Director’s Choice
PhotoArt Encounter

April 10th and 11th
at noon
Newmark Theatre

The Americans
PhotoArt Encounter

June 6th
at noon
Newmark Theatre

OBT’s PhotoArt Encounter also invites all PhotoArt Encounter students to participate in a public exhibit of the resultant artwork.  The exhibit is held in the Lobby of the Newmark Theatre June 7-15.
Click Here To Learn More and Register
If you would like to speak to a person directly regarding this program please call OBT’s Education Outreach Department at 503.290.0012.

11/13 Study Abroad Fair

24% of every UO graduating class studies abroad. Internships, field research, and unique program options abound in more than 90 countries. Learn more about internationalizing your education at the GEO Study Abroad Fair: 11/13, 11 am-3 pm, EMU Ballroom.

Lisa Calevi

Assistant Director for Institutional Relations

Global Education Oregon

5209 University of Oregon

Eugene, OR 97403-5209

geo.uoregon.edu

 

As of August 1, GEO is once again located in 300W Oregon Hall!

HOPES[25] Conference Theme Reveal!

Hi all!

Join us for this year’s HOPES[25] Conference Theme Reveal tomorrow, Wednesday, 10/31 at 5:15 in Lawrence 231.

We’ll get into the Halloween spirit with candy, popcorn and surprises!

Recap of last week’s meeting:

We presented potential theme titles and explained how each relates to sustainability and design.

We then asked you all to vote for the best theme ideas!

We can’t wait to see you all there!

Best,

Zach Sherrod

HOPES[25] Co-Director

zsherrod@uoregon.edu

Kahei Lee

HOPES[25] Co-Director

kaheil@uoregon.edu

Emma Stone

HOPES[25] Director of Outreach

estone@uoregon.edu

2018 Making History; LGBT Art Exhibit

My name is Eva Osirus, I work in the Dean of Students under the LGBT Education support services. In celebration of LGBT history month, we have been working on a few different programs to get the 2018-2019 school year started on a note of positivity, remembrance, and ambition.

One program in particular is the Making History; LGBT Art Exhibit on this Thursday, October 25th, 2018, from 6:00PM-9:00PM at the Gerlinger Hall. We aim to give our LGBT and allied students and community members an opportunity to showcase their art.

Please share this event with your circles! Also please share the Facebook event if you feel comfortable doing so! https://www.facebook.com/events/283244472293094/

Thank you for your time and interest in LGBTESSP! If you are interested in the other programs we have planned for the rest of October and beginning of November or would like to get involved, please check out our website!

https://dos.uoregon.edu/lgbt

HOPES Meeting tomorrow!

Hi all!

Come help us decide this year’s conference topic at our meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, 10/24, from 5:15 – 6:15 in Lawrence 231! We will present our top five favorite topics and will vote as a group for our top three. This will be the last meeting to voice your opinion before the topic is announced at our meeting next week!

We will be providing tea and cookies as refreshments.

Recap of last week’s meeting:

We looked at broad theme directions which include:

Thinking in Context

Regenerative, Resilience & Net Positivity

Equity & Unheard Voices

Conscious Living & Accountability

Collaboration & Compromise

We then took a vote on the most popular directions

There seemed to be strong preferences for Conscious Living & Accountability as well as Equity & Unheard Voices.

We can’t wait to hear what you guys think about this years theme!

Best,

Zach Sherrod

HOPES[25] Co-Director

zsherrod@uoregon.edu

Kahei Lee

HOPES[25] Co-Director

kaheil@uoregon.edu

Emma Stone

HOPES[25] Director of Outreach

estone@uoregon.edu

Happiness Retreat at UO ! You are invited

We invite you to join us for the SKY Happiness Retreat at the University of Oregon from November 3-5!

INTERESTED? Click on the blue button below and answer just a few questions to apply for a $75 scholarship to attend the retreat. Once your scholarship application has been accepted, we will notify you to register. Availability is first come, first serve. Retreat attendance to ALL sessions is mandatory.

Scholarship Application
So what exactly is the SKY Happiness Retreat?

The SKY Happiness Retreat is a 13-hour immersive, innovative life-skills training and self-development program, offered to students at more than 40 universities across the country, including Stanford, Ohio State, and MIT. Through experiential learning, students gain foundational stress-management and leadership skills, develop a personal daily breathing practice, build strategies for social connection, and engage in peer-driven service initiatives. Taught over three consecutive days, we introduce the SKY meditation technique, a scientifically validated breathing practice that significantly increases one’s well-being and calmness. SKY reduces anxiety and stress markers. The SKY Happiness Retreat is one of the coolest places to connect with yourself, make awesome friends, and have FUN!

…but what exactly do I get out of this?
  • Understand the sources of stress and the role of breathing techniques in reducing stress
  • Meditative practice to manage negative emotions and anxiety
  • Help to improve quality of sleep
  • Increased energy level throughout the day
  • Ability to increase personal happiness
  • Learning to deal with criticism and mistakes
  • Taking personal and community responsibility
  • Increasing social connection, enthusiasm, and inspiration

Apply Now
Here’s to your health!

Below are photos from our previous workshops, benefits of SKY meditation, and testimonials.

Testimonials

“Yesplus (now SKY) made me very conscious of my thought patterns, and conscious of a sense of self that exists independent of those thoughts and different moods. It made me calmer, more reflective, more observant, and more stable–I enjoyed the course a great deal, and have found that a daily practice is something I’m relying on. (And this reading and finals period has been largely stress free, mainly because meditating removes most of that stress!)”

— SARAH, SOPHOMORE, HARVARD UNIVERSITY

 

“Alertness, creativity and efficient teamwork, I realize, are the cornerstones in contributing and getting the most from a demanding schedule at a business school. I observe that while students struggle to maintain their energy throughout the day, Yesplus practices helps me to be in “the zone”. They tremendously assist me to keep my smile throughout the day, deliver successfully and involve myself ingeniously… all without feeling a sense of stressful effort. What else can one ask for!”

— CHETAN, MANAGEMENT FELLOW AT SLOAN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Videos:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pfnAYMJhBQ&feature=share
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MOh6yOVroM

Research:
http://skymeditation.org/research/

Yours,
SKY@UO Team

Call to proposals for 2018 Making History; LGBT Art Exhibit

My name is Eva Osirus, I work in the Dean of Students under the LGBT Education support services. In celebration of LGBT history month, we have been working on a few different programs to get the 2018-2019 school year started on a note of positivity, remembrance, and ambition. One program in particular is the Making History; LGBT Art Exhibit onThursday, October 25th, 2018, where we aim to give our LGBT and allied students and community members an opportunity to showcase their art.

As for the actual art, this show is completely free form. Meaning you may showcase a physical piece of art, a performance art, or even some kind of art related to make up, whatever YOU consider to be art, we want to display it. The selection process is limited to space, we have 12 available spaces and we would like to fill those positions with as much diversity as possible! The applications are accepted on a bases of your relationship to the LGBT community i.e. how you impact the community or how you may identify within the community! The deadline for submissions are October 12th, at 11:59 pm!

To be fully considered please fill out the survey below AND submit an example to pride@uoregon.edu.

https://oregon.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4Ot6mOxFyEowzrv

Thank you for your time and interest in LGBTESSP! If you are interested in the other programs we have planned for the rest of October and beginning of November or would like to get involved, please check out our website!

https://dos.uoregon.edu/lgbt

HOPES First General Meeting

HOPES is back in action for our 25th year!  Come join us for our first general meeting on Monday October 8th, from 5:15 – 6:15 in Lawrence 286! If you’re hungry, don’t worry – we’ll have PIZZA.

Holistic Options for Planet Earth Sustainability

HOPES is an annual, student-run, sustainability and design conference in early Spring. We have weekly meetings throughout Fall and Winter where students have the opportunity to participate and contribute to the upcoming conference. This conference exists to give every student a chance to bring their favorite artist, designer, writer, educator, engineer, scientist, etc to the University of Oregon. To read about last year’s theme and speakers, check out our website at hopes.uoregon.edu.

We will spend the majority of our first three meetings brainstorming and discussing our theme for this year, so get involved early!

Students have the ability to earn credit for their involvement in the HOPES conference. For further questions regarding academic credit with HOPES, please email: Kassia Dellabough at kassia@uoregon.edu or call her at (541) 346-2621

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

Funding Awarded to Community Arts Projects in Eugene

Community Arts Grant 2018-2019 Awards_Media Release-2agox5p

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

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

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

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​

The Hopper Prize – Grants for Artists

The Hopper Prize

The Hopper Prize is a grant-making institution and exhibition platform offering a series of individual artist grants totaling $5,000.00 USD administered through an open call juried by leading curators.

Program Highlights

Total Awards: $5,000.00 USD in grants for visual artists

5 artists will each receive $1,000.00 USD in unrestricted grant awards

30 artists will be selected to have their work digitally exhibited and archived at hopperprize.org

Deadline: May 15, 2018

Curators

Recipients of The Hopper Prize will be selected by:

Misa Jeffereis, Assistant Curator

Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis

Magdalyn Asimakis, Independent Curator & Writer

New York & Toronto

Eligibility

We view the field of visual arts in its broadest and most inclusive sense and therefore make our awards available to artists engaged in artistic practices spanning all media and methods of production.

Apply Now

Early applications will receive preliminary review by The Hopper Prize team for Instagram artist features @hopperprize.

https://hopperprize.org

e info@hopperprize.orgw hopperprize.org

This opportunity is being posted to you because it may be of interest to University of Oregon art students.  Neither the UO nor the Department of Art make any representations or endorsements regarding the content of the message or its originator.  Any questions or comments about the message should be directed to the originator of the message and not to the Department of Art.

 

Print Day in May 2018

Join us the first Saturday in May.  Every year.  Always.

For over ten years  Robynn Smith and the MPC Printmakershave devoted the first Saturday in May to fine art printmaking. What began locally in the greater Monterey Bay Area of California in 2007, has become a worldwide event. In 2017, artists from over 45 US states, 46 different countries and all 7 continents participated! We are astonished, printmakers. We are thankful, and so proud to have you with us. Here’s to another successful year!

By providing a creative synergy and a forum for sharing and building community, this event unites printmakers worldwide and fosters a better understanding and appreciation of printmaking.

Participation is easy. Just make a print on May 5, 2018! Let the world know what you are doing by chiming in on our blog, Instagram and/or Facebook page.

Send us photos of your prints, your studios and your printmaking friends.

Invite guests and friends into your studios to share your love of printmaking.

Please join us! Make a print anywhere on May 5, 2018. Complete an edition, try a new technique, make a footprint in the sand or snow, kiss a mirror, make handprints with kids…just print, enjoy, share and let us know about it!

Spread the word!!!!

Blog –  PrintDayinMay.com – click on “Members” and follow instructions to register. This will allow you to post comments and photos. Use us as a printmaking forum!

Facebook – @printdayinmay

Instagram – @printdayinmay

Twitter @printdayinmay
Contact  – Robynn Smith for more information

Stay Connected
Having built this beautiful community, don’t forget to check back and share your work year round! In the meantime, we’ll be looking forward to everything Print Day In May 2018 has in store for us.

Design with Depth Panel Discussion

Supporting the Advancement of Diversity in Design (STAnDD) would like to
invite students from the College of Design to our “Design with Depth”
panel. The panel will be held in Lawrence Hall, room 206, this Thursday
(3/1) from 5-7pm, with pizza to follow!

The guest speakers for the panel include Native American architect
Johnpaul Jones, planner Ridhi D’Cruz and landscape architect Michael
O’Brien.
Our panel will look to answer this question:

How do we include non-Western ways of designing without appropriation?

The panelists will discuss strategies and how designers can deepen their
work as they design for diverse communities.

Pizza will be provided afterwards, please join us!

UOPD Lost and Found Information

Greetings,

I wanted to take a moment to let you know about the new UOPD lost and found page:

http://police.uoregon.edu/content/uo-police-lost-and-found

In addition to our voicemail (541-346-3232) and e-mail found@uopd.org reporting, we now are utilizing an online reporting system for lost and found property.  This system allows someone to submit a report that they have lost something and the system automatically checks to see if there is a match in the inventory.

If you have lost and found items you wish to send to UOPD you can either send the items via campus mail or, for larger lost and found collections, contact us via e-mail or phone to arrange to have the items picked up.

 

Apply for Art Department Scholarships! DEADLINE: Feb 28th

Department of Art* Fall 2018 Scholarship Application is open:

Don’t wait – APPLY NOW!

Scholarship Application

Deadline: Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Visit our website for more information: http://artdesign.uoregon.edu

Or contact the School of Art + Design: (541) 346-3610; artuo@uoregon.edu

*Currently enrolled Art or Art & Technology majors are eligible to apply for scholarships.Current majors are those whose application/declaration to the major was confirmed by the Art Office before January 1, 2018.

ArtCity Pro at RAIN Eugene

ArtCity Pro is an ongoing opportunity for you to focus on your career while strengthening your community.

Do you long to spend productive time focussing on your career?

Do you want to work alongside other artists and learn from each other’s questions, challenges, and successes? ​

Bring your laptop, share ideas, and find solutions in a co-working community.

Connect 

Charly Swing,
founder and director / for general inquiries, planning,  & sponsorship: artcityeugene@gmail.com

Anna Kaplan 
if you are interested in marketing your business through ArtCity or bringing an ArtCity event to your business: anna.artcity@gmail.com

Barbara Counsil 
if you have ideas about community events and partnerships: barbara.artcity@gmail.com

Harriet Rubin 
for event marketing & outreach: harriet.artcity@gmail.com

Sophie Navarro 
if you are an artist or seasoned entrepreneur who wants to participate in ArtCity Pro: sophie.artcity@gmail.com

ArtCity is
a grassroots coalition of artists and advocates who empower and inspire local artists by creating opportunities for collaboration, cross-pollination, and multi-media diversity. ​

ArtCity works
to create and sustain a thriving environment where art, dance, music, writing, and performance thrive and inspire a more powerful, and purposeful future for artists and our community.

The ArtCity Mission
is to be a catalyst that transforms local community, culture, and economy by celebrating and empowering artists and art-making through grassroots outreach and engagement.

 

HOPES[24] Meeting, 11/1, Voting for Theme!

Hi all!

Please join us for our meeting today, 11/1, from 5:15 – 6:15 in Lawrence 286!  We will be presenting our top four options for the HOPES[24] Conference topic and we will be asking you all to vote on your favorite one. This means that our topic will be officially announced at next week’s meeting!
We will be having another vintage HOPES shirt giveaway!
Best,

Ben Lucke
HOPES[24]
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HOPES[24] Meeting, 10/25

Hi all!
Come help us decide this year’s conference topic at our meeting today,
Wednesday, 10/25, from 5:15 – 6:15 in Lawrence 286! We will present our
top five favorite topics and will vote as a group for our top three.
This will be the last meeting to voice your opinion before the topic is
announced at our meeting next week!
We will also be having a raffle to give away a vintage HOPES shirt from
our archives!
Our snack of the week will be popcorn!
For more information on past conference topics and speakers, check out
hopes.uoregon.edu

Fall 2017 Peer Advising!

Come see us!

Student Peer Advisors for Art/Art & Technology Majors and Art/Multimedia Minors

Fall 2017 Drop-in Hours:

Monday through Thursday: 11am – 12pm

Friday: 12 – 1pm

Come talk with a peer advisor for assistance with:

  • Major/minor requirements
  • Choosing & scheduling classes
  • Transcript questions
  • General Ed requirements
  • Declaring an Art major
  • Applying to Art & Technology major
  • Declaring a minor

Drop in at 254 Lawrence Hall

School of Art + Design Office

P: 541-346-3610

artuo@uoregon.edu

HOPES[24] Kickoff Meeting

Hello all!
HOPES is back in action for our 24th year!  Come join us for our first
general meeting on Wednesday October 11th, from 5:15 – 6:15 in Lawrence
286! If If you’re hungry don’t worry we’ll have PIZZA.
Holistic Options for Planet Earth Sustainability
HOPES is an annual, student-run, sustainability and design conference in
early Spring. We have weekly meetings throughout Fall and Winter where
students have the opportunity to participate and contribute to the
upcoming conference. This conference exists to give every student a
chance to bring their favorite artist, designer, writer, educator,
engineer, scientist, etc to the University of Oregon. To read about last
year’s theme and speakers, check out our website at hopes.uoregon.edu.
We will spend the majority of our first three meetings brainstorming and
discussing our theme for this year, so get involved early!
Students have the ability to earn credit for their involvement in the
HOPES conference. For further questions regarding academic credit with
HOPES, please email: Kassia Dellabough at kassia@uoregon.edu or call her
at (541) 346-2621

Art Outside Event!

What: Art Outside with Ali and Elle
When: February 10th, 9:30am-11:30am
WhereMeet at the OP Office (ground floor of the EMU) then we’ll depart from there on foot
What: Come all ye travelers, explorers, and fresh air people! Ali and Elle want to walk and bike around Eugene, drawing, painting, and otherwise finding artistic inspiration in our city. We’ll share skills and favorite spots, so even if you feel less than confident in your artistic abilities, you can still join us! These skills can travel with you wherever you go as a means of communicating in a universal language and recording your adventures and impressions. So come learn and share! We’ll bring extra supplies if you need them. FREE!
Questions? email Elle (ellenas@uoregon.edu) or Ali (alip@uoregon.edu) with questions

Peace Corps at University of Oregon Presentation

Peace Corps at University of Oregon presents:

Stories from Africa

Thursday, January 26, 2017. 6-7:30pm. 110 Fenton Hall. UO Campus. FREE.

Come hear the stories of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers who’ve served in African countries like Senegal, Guinea and South Africa. Serving in the Peace Corps is a great way to immerse yourself in a new culture, learn a new language, and have the experience of a lifetime. Join us at this information session to learn about Volunteer experiences, ask questions about service, and gain tips to guide you through the application process.

For questions about this event, please contact Nicky Ulrich at pcorps@uoregon.edu

 

 

Art Department Scholarship Application is OPEN!

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Art Department Fall 2017 Scholarships

APPLY NOW!

  • Current* Art and Digital Arts/Art & Technology majors are eligible to apply.
  • The deadline to submit Scholarship Applications has been extended to Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at midnight.
  • Applicants are encouraged to submit their FAFSA as soon as possible prior to the January 18, 2017 deadline.

Visit our website for more information and a link to the application:

http://art.uoregon.edu/academics/scholarships

*Current majors are those whose application/declaration was confirmed by the Art Office before December 1, 2016.

Art Department Fall 2017 Scholarships APPLY NOW!

Art Department Fall 2017 Scholarships
APPLY NOW!
Visit our website for more information and a link to the application:
http://art.uoregon.edu/academics/scholarships

 Current* Art and Digital Arts/Art & Technology majors are eligible to apply.

The deadline to submit Scholarship Applications has been extended to Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at midnight.

Applicants are encouraged to submit their FAFSA as soon as possible prior to the January 18, 2017 deadline.

*Current majors are those whose application/declaration was confirmed by the Art Office before December 1, 2016.

Study Art in Italy

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STUDY ART IN ITALY

THE VENICE BIENNALE

SUMMER 2017

June 25- July 2

Experience the Venice Biennale, considered to be the most extensive exhibit of contemporary art in the world. Explore the ancient crafts of weaving, glassblowing, cartography and printmaking through private tours of artist studios and museums. Guided site visits include all major exhibits associated with the Biennale, as well as San Marco, Fortuny Palace, Peggy Guggenheim collection and other major architectural sites. We will spend a day exploring the lagoon islands on a private boat with a side trip to the tranquil monastery of San Franceso del Deserto (where St. Francis is said to have witnessed the miracle of the birds).

Workshop may be taken for academic credit.

For more information and complete itinerary/syllabus please contact Colleen Choquette-Raphael at raphaelc@uoregon. edu

 

Art Department Scholarship Application now OPEN!

Current Art and Digital Arts/Art & Technology majors are encouraged to submit a Scholarship Application for Fall 2017. Deadline for applications is midnight on Wednesday January 18th, 2017.

All applicants are encouraged to submit their FAFSA as soon as possible prior to the January 18, 2017 deadline.

Please visit this website for more information: http://art.uoregon.edu/academics/scholarships

 

Peace Corps Panel Discussion

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Interesting in being an educator?

Peace Corps wants you!

Find out how to work and live abroad post-graduation while teaching anything from Biology to English, in levels from preschool to university.

Panel Discussion: Stories from Returned Volunteers

Thursday, Nov. 17th

6-7:30pm
in Willamette 100

Questions? Contact:
Nicolette Ulrich
pcorps@uoregon.edu