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College of Design Events

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Department of the History of Art and Architecture

April 2024

Apr 19
HOPES 29 Conference 5:00 p.m.

Registration for this year’s HOPES Conference is open! HOPES is an annual student-organized conference on sustainability in design.  This year, HOPES 29 has invited...
HOPES 29 Conference
April 19–21
5:00–8:00 p.m.

Registration for this year’s HOPES Conference is open! HOPES is an annual student-organized conference on sustainability in design. 

This year, HOPES 29 has invited speakers from across disciplines to talk about the institutional structures that designers work under, imagining a more just and sustainable future beyond existing constraints. Confirmed speakers include Jeff Hou, Landscape Architect and Urbanist from the University of Washington and Time Waterman, Architectural Theorist and Utopianist from the Bartlett School of Architecture. More speakers will be announced as they are confirmed.    Register now! The conference will be hosted at Lawrence Hall April 19-21. Registration will be required for catered events, including a Friday night networking event that will provide students an opportunity to connect with professionals, alumni, and speakers.  Follow us on Instagram @hopesconference for updates, or check out our website.

Apr 24
Marion Dean Ross Lecture Series: Models and Worldbuilding - "More than Models: Vicariously Visiting Miniature Worlds" 5:30 p.m.

Thanks to the generous support from the Marion Dean Ross Endowment and the Department of the History of Art and Architecture (HAA) for a new lecture series this spring. Mark J.P....
Marion Dean Ross Lecture Series: Models and Worldbuilding - "More than Models: Vicariously Visiting Miniature Worlds"
April 24
5:30–7:00 p.m.
Lawrence Hall 115

Thanks to the generous support from the Marion Dean Ross Endowment and the Department of the History of Art and Architecture (HAA) for a new lecture series this spring. Mark J.P. Wolf is our second speaker. He is a Professor in the Communication Department at Concordia University Wisconsin. He has a BA (1990) in Film Production and an MA (1992) and PhD (1995) in Critical Studies from the School of Cinema/Television (now renamed the School of Cinematic Arts) at the University of Southern California. 

This spring 2024 lecture series and small online exhibition celebrates the legacy of Marion Dean Ross and his founding of HAA some 60 years ago. With an extensive collection of student models from Ross’s classes still visible around Lawrence Hall, the focus of the series is on the theme of architectural models and world-building.

 

Apr 25
Speaker Event, Steven Adams 4:00 p.m.

"Finding Opportunity in Unlikely Places: How to Kickstart Your Career in the Entertainment Business" ~ If you ever thought you might like to work in entertainment--as a...
Speaker Event, Steven Adams
April 25
4:00 p.m.–5:30 a.m.
Knight Browsing Room

"Finding Opportunity in Unlikely Places: How to Kickstart Your Career in the Entertainment Business" ~ If you ever thought you might like to work in entertainment--as a writer, screenplay reader, actor, researcher, producer, manager, director--this is your chance to learn how to get involved in the industry.

May 2024

May 8
Marion Dean Ross Lecture Series: Models and Worldbuilding - "On the Afterlife of Models" 5:30 p.m.

Thanks to the generous support from the Marion Dean Ross Endowment and the Department of the History of Art and Architecture (HAA) for a new lecture series this spring. Teresa...
Marion Dean Ross Lecture Series: Models and Worldbuilding - "On the Afterlife of Models"
May 8
5:30–7:00 p.m.
Lawrence Hall 115

Thanks to the generous support from the Marion Dean Ross Endowment and the Department of the History of Art and Architecture (HAA) for a new lecture series this spring.

Teresa Fankhänel is the third speaker. Before joining the MSU Broad Art Museum in 2022, she was a curator at the Architecture Museum in Munich (Germany) and an associate professor at the Department of Architectural History and Curatorial Practice at the Architecture School of the Technical University of Munich. Her exhibitions include The Architectural Model (2012), Werkzeuge des Entwerfens (2017), African Mobilities (2018), The Architecture Machine (2020–21), Built Together (2021), Shouldn’t You Be Working? (2023) and Andrea Canepa: As We Dwell in the Fold (2023). Her writing focuses on model making, computation, archival strategies, the practice and theory of exhibition making, and architectural design practices.

This spring 2024 lecture series and small online exhibition celebrates the legacy of Marion Dean Ross and his founding of HAA some 60 years ago. With an extensive collection of student models from Ross’s classes still visible around Lawrence Hall, the focus of the series is on the theme of architectural models and world-building.

July 2024

Jul 28
Art and Architecture in London

Over three weeks, students will visit many of London's famous museums and neighborhoods to explore London's vast art history. Open to all majors and will be...
Art and Architecture in London
July 28–August 17

Over three weeks, students will visit many of London's famous museums and neighborhoods to explore London's vast art history. Open to all majors and will be led by HAA faculty member, Simone Ciglia. Applications due March 15. 

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School of Art + Design Events

April 2024

Event: Ablaze (With Destruction and Abundance)
Apr 18
Ablaze (With Destruction and Abundance)

Presented by the Center for Art Research Adam DeSorbo: Ablaze (With Destruction and Abundance) March 1- May 19, 2024 CFAR billboard project at 510 Oak Street,...
Ablaze (With Destruction and Abundance)
March 1–May 19
510 Oak

Presented by the Center for Art Research

Adam DeSorbo: Ablaze (With Destruction and Abundance)

March 1- May 19, 2024 CFAR billboard project at 510 Oak Street, Eugene, OR 97403

Ablaze (With Destruction and Abundance) depicts ochre-tinted maple leaves nailed to wood planks that have been strengthened through a traditional Japanese charring process known as the Yakisugi method. The burned boards and maple leaves allude to transitional states, both benign and seasonal, and the more destructive forces of increasing wildfire activity. The embedded relationship between preservation and destruction as it relates to the Anthropocene brings our paradoxical tendencies as a species into full relief. The image is activated through original text by the artist, making explicit the process of grieving a burning world. The interaction between the image and the text proposes an embrace of our ecological cracking, the necessity to witness, the urge to preserve, and the radical act of finding joy while existing in the cracks.

This CFAR billboard project is supported by the University of Oregon Department of ARt’s Center for Art Research in conjunction with the exhibition series Embrace Fearlessly the Burning World.

Event: Above/Below Exhibition by Tallmadge Doyle
Apr 18
Above/Below Exhibition by Tallmadge Doyle 9:00 a.m.

This work considers intricate systems of microscopic ocean life forms simultaneously with the expansive telescopic realm of our solar system’s star formations. These natural...
Above/Below Exhibition by Tallmadge Doyle
April 15–25
9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Lawrence Hall Laverne Krause Gallery

This work considers intricate systems of microscopic ocean life forms simultaneously with the expansive telescopic realm of our solar system’s star formations. These natural realities, dissimilar in scope yet, at times indistinguishable in form, overlap and intertwine in my imagination offering boundless creative possibility.

This inquiry serves as a playground for new realities too energetic to be positioned in any one place, where color is ethereal, vivid, and brilliant and where light is unpredictable and form vibrates, allowing access into the immensity of the unexplored abundance and to imagine what is often unseen by human eyes.

Exhibition reception on Thursday, April 18, 5-6pm.

Event: Tallmadge Doyle: "As Above"
Apr 18
Tallmadge Doyle: "As Above" 4:00 p.m.

University of Oregon Visiting Artist Lecture Series   Presented by the Department of Art and Center for Art Research  Tallmadge Doyle is an artist whose current...
Tallmadge Doyle: "As Above"
April 18
4:00 p.m.
Lawrence Hall 177

University of Oregon Visiting Artist Lecture Series   Presented by the Department of Art and Center for Art Research 

Tallmadge Doyle is an artist whose current Printmaking and Painting practice integrates intricate ecosystems of microscopic Ocean life forms with the expansive telescopic view of our solar system. These natural realms, dissimilar in scope yet, at times indistinguishable in form, overlap and intertwine.  The resulting images serve as playgrounds for new visual realities where color is ethereal, vivid and brilliant, where light is unpredictable and form vibrates, allowing access into the abundance and immensity of what is often unseen.     Doyle grew up New York and attended The Cleveland Art Institute for undergraduate studies. In 1990 she came to Oregon to attend the MFA program at the University of Oregon focusing on Printmaking and Painting.  Doyle’s work has been exhibited in numerous exhibitions throughout the United States and internationally. She is represented by the Seattle Art Museum Gallery and Davidson Gallery in Seattle, Augen Gallery in Portland and the Karin Clarke Gallery in Eugene.  She is a member of the Los Angles Printmaking Society, the Boston Printmakers and Seattle Print Arts as well as the Southern Graphics Council International.    This lecture is made possible by the Laverne Krause Lectures and Exhibitions endowment. 

*Lecture will be followed by a reception in the Laverne Krause Gallery.

Lectures are also live streamed and the videos are archived on YouTube

Event: Sacrifice Zones – Jon Bellona and Ralph Pugay
Apr 19
Sacrifice Zones – Jon Bellona and Ralph Pugay noon

Presented by the Center for Art Research Sacrifice Zones – Jon Bellona and Ralph Pugay Exhibition: April 5-21, 2024  510 Oak St, Eugene, OR...
Sacrifice Zones – Jon Bellona and Ralph Pugay
April 5–21
noon
510 Oak

Presented by the Center for Art Research

Sacrifice Zones – Jon Bellona and Ralph Pugay

Exhibition: April 5-21, 2024  510 Oak St, Eugene, OR 97403

Reception: Friday, April 5, from 5:30-7:30  p.m. Gallery hours: Friday-Sunday from noon-4:00 p.m.

This exhibition features artists playing with signifiers of theatricality, hysteria, and humor in contemporary conversation regarding the notion of “apocalypse”. What are the varying scales of apocalypse? And most importantly, what might come after?

Sacrifice Zones is part of the exhibition series Embrace Fearlessly the Burning World, organized by curators-in-residence Ashley Stull Meyers and Aurora Tang and made possible by the University of Oregon Department of Art’s Center for Art Research and the Ford Family Foundation.

Event: Cinema Studies Presents:  "The Art of Producing" Talk and Reception with Producer Carter Swan
Apr 24
Cinema Studies Presents: "The Art of Producing" Talk and Reception with Producer Carter Swan 4:30 p.m.

Join Cinema Studies for “The Art of Producing” talk and reception with Carter Swan, current senior producer for Sony PlayStation Productions. Swan will discuss...
Cinema Studies Presents: "The Art of Producing" Talk and Reception with Producer Carter Swan
April 24
4:30–6:30 p.m.
Gerlinger Hall Lounge

Join Cinema Studies for “The Art of Producing” talk and reception with Carter Swan, current senior producer for Sony PlayStation Productions. Swan will discuss his career as a producer, including his award-winning work on the recent Netflix series “The Last of Us” and feature films GRAN TURISMO (2023) and UNCHARTED (2022). Free and open to the UO community.

This event is part of the 2024 Art of Producing Visiting Filmmaker Series, featuring screenings, talks, and receptions with award-winning producers and filmmakers. All events are free and open to the UO community.

Visit the Cinema Studies website for more information on this event and others in the series: https://cinema.uoregon.edu/faculty-news-news/art-producing-visiting-filmmaker-series-2024. 

Funded by the generous Harlan J. Strauss Visiting Filmmaker Endowment

May 2024

Event: Angela Hennessy, George and Matilda Fowler Lecture
May 2
Angela Hennessy, George and Matilda Fowler Lecture 4:00 p.m.

University of Oregon Visiting Artist Lecture Series   Presented by the Department of Art and Center for Art Research  Angela Hennessy is an Oakland based artist...
Angela Hennessy, George and Matilda Fowler Lecture
May 2
4:00 p.m.
Lawrence Hall 177

University of Oregon Visiting Artist Lecture Series   Presented by the Department of Art and Center for Art Research 

Angela Hennessy is an Oakland based artist and survivor of gun violence. Through writing, studio work, and ritual performance, her practice questions assumptions about Death and the Dead themselves. Hennessy constructs sculptures and installations with everyday domestic labor—washing, wrapping, stitching, knotting, brushing, and braiding.  

For many years she served as a hospice volunteer and death doula working with families on home funerals, death vigils, and grief rituals. She has received awards from San Francisco Artadia, Joan Mitchell Foundation, and the Fleishhacker Foundation. Hennessy is on the advisory board of Recompose in Seattle and lectures nationally on aesthetic and social practices that mediate the boundary between the living and the dead. 

Her work has been included in exhibitions at McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, Museum of the African Diaspora, Oakland Museum of California, and Pt. 2 Gallery and is in the collections of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and the Crocker Art Museum. Her audio guides, meditations, and poems have been featured at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, de Young Museum, and SOMArts Gallery. 

This lecture is made possible by the George and Matilda Fowler Endowment Fund.  

Lectures are also live streamed and the videos are archived on YouTube.  

Event: Progress – Marcus Fischer and Lisa Ward
May 3
Progress – Marcus Fischer and Lisa Ward noon

Presented by the Center for Art Research Progress – Marcus Fischer and Lisa Ward Exhibition: May 3– 19, 2024  510 Oak St, Eugene, OR...
Progress – Marcus Fischer and Lisa Ward
May 3–19
noon
510 Oak

Presented by the Center for Art Research

Progress – Marcus Fischer and Lisa Ward

Exhibition: May 3– 19, 2024  510 Oak St, Eugene, OR 97403

Reception:  Friday, May 3 from 5:30-7:30  p.m. Gallery hours: Friday- Sunday from 12:00- 4:00 p.m.

This exhibition examines the varied definitions of “progress” in the ongoing effort to witness, tend to, and historicize human intervention in places often considered unleveraged.

Progess is part of the exhibition series Embrace Fearlessly the Burning World, organized by curators-in-residence Ashley Stull Meyers and Aurora Tang and made possible by the University of Oregon Department of Art’s Center for Art Research and the Ford Family Foundation.

Event:  Dionne Lee: "Artist Talk"
May 9
Dionne Lee: "Artist Talk" 4:00 p.m.

University of Oregon Visiting Artist Lecture Series   Presented by the Department of Art and Center for Art Research  Dionne Lee is a visual artist working in...
Dionne Lee: "Artist Talk"
May 9
4:00 p.m.
Lawrence Hall 177

University of Oregon Visiting Artist Lecture Series   Presented by the Department of Art and Center for Art Research 

Dionne Lee is a visual artist working in photography, collage, and video. Her work explores power and personal history in relation to the American landscape, and interrogates historical narratives that exist within photographic representations of land and place. 

Lee received her MFA from California College of the Arts. She has exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Feria Material, Mexico City; Barbican Art Gallery, London; New Orleans Museum of Art; Aperture Foundation, New York; Silver Eye Center for Photography, Pittsburgh; Museum of Fine Arts Houston; and the San Francisco Arts Commission, among others. Lee was a 2022 Artist-in-Residence at the Chinati Foundation and a 2021–2023 Artist-in-Residence with Unseen California. 

Lectures are also live streamed and the videos are archived on YouTube

Event: Cinema Studies Presents: Meet and Mingle with Marmoset Music's Bob Werner
May 21
Cinema Studies Presents: Meet and Mingle with Marmoset Music's Bob Werner 4:30 p.m.

Cinema Studies invites the UO community to a “meet and mingle” with Marmoset Music’s Bob Werner.  Join us for cookies, beverages and a casual get together....
Cinema Studies Presents: Meet and Mingle with Marmoset Music's Bob Werner
May 21
4:30–6:00 p.m.
Knight Library Browsing Room

Cinema Studies invites the UO community to a “meet and mingle” with Marmoset Music’s Bob Werner.  Join us for cookies, beverages and a casual get together. Free and open to the UO community.

Marmoset is a full-service music agency for brands, filmmakers and creatives that specializes in curated music for licensing, award-winning music production, music supervision, clearances, customizations, sound design and more.  

Bob Werner (he/him) is the Head of Creative Services at Marmoset, where he leads all aspects of curating and creating music for Marmoset’s vast catalog, as well as custom scoring and sound design projects for global clients in advertising, film, TV and more. Before joining Marmoset to shape one of the top performing sync catalogs in the industry, Bob studied video and sound production at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, pursuing his lifelong passion in music and cinema. Fun fact: Bob's favorite thing about living in Portland is the vibrant indie cinema scene, where he saw 50 films in theaters in 2023 and aims to see 100 this year.  Through his 10+ years working in sync licensing, he’s developed and helped launch dozens of artists into successful, full-time music careers, with licensing revenue as a cornerstone of their income, ultimately supporting lifelong pursuits in music. Bob is based in Portland, Oregon.

This event is part of the 2024 Art of Producing Visiting Filmmaker Series, featuring screenings, talks, and receptions with award-winning producers and filmmakers. All events are free and open to the UO community.

Visit the Cinema Studies website for more information on this event and others in the series: https://cinema.uoregon.edu/faculty-news-news/art-producing-visiting-filmmaker-series-2024. 

Funded by the generous Harlan J. Strauss Visiting Filmmaker Endowment

Event: Cinema Studies Presents: Screening of "Race to Survive: New Zealand” and Q&A with Emmy Award-winning Television Series Producer Jeff Conroy
May 23
Cinema Studies Presents: Screening of "Race to Survive: New Zealand” and Q&A with Emmy Award-winning Television Series Producer Jeff Conroy 7:00 p.m.

Join Cinema Studies and series Producer Jeff Conroy for a screening of the premiere episode of Season 2’s “Race to Survive: New Zealand” followed by a...
Cinema Studies Presents: Screening of "Race to Survive: New Zealand” and Q&A with Emmy Award-winning Television Series Producer Jeff Conroy
May 23
7:00–9:00 p.m.
Lawrence Hall 115

Join Cinema Studies and series Producer Jeff Conroy for a screening of the premiere episode of Season 2’s “Race to Survive: New Zealand” followed by a Q&A and reception with the producer.  Free and open to the UO community.

Jeff Conroy is an award-winning television producer (including 3 Emmys) on 1,500+ episodes and 50 television series across 15 different networks. Notable projects include hit shows "Deadliest Catch," "Axmen," "Ice Road Truckers," "Bering Sea Gold," "Storage Wars" and Jay Leno’s "Garage." He’s the current showrunner for USA Networks adventure competition series "Race to Survive: New Zealand" which premieres in May of 2024.

This event is part of the 2024 Art of Producing Visiting Filmmaker Series, featuring screenings, talks, and receptions with award-winning producers and filmmakers. All events are free and open to the UO community.

Visit the Cinema Studies website for more information on this event and others in the series: https://cinema.uoregon.edu/faculty-news-news/art-producing-visiting-filmmaker-series-2024. 

Funded by the generous Harlan J. Strauss Visiting Filmmaker Endowment

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School of Architecture & Environment

Events

April 2024

Apr 19
HOPES 29 Conference 5:00 p.m.

Registration for this year’s HOPES Conference is open! HOPES is an annual student-organized conference on sustainability in design.  This year, HOPES 29 has invited...
HOPES 29 Conference
April 19–21
5:00–8:00 p.m.

Registration for this year’s HOPES Conference is open! HOPES is an annual student-organized conference on sustainability in design. 

This year, HOPES 29 has invited speakers from across disciplines to talk about the institutional structures that designers work under, imagining a more just and sustainable future beyond existing constraints. Confirmed speakers include Jeff Hou, Landscape Architect and Urbanist from the University of Washington and Time Waterman, Architectural Theorist and Utopianist from the Bartlett School of Architecture. More speakers will be announced as they are confirmed.    Register now! The conference will be hosted at Lawrence Hall April 19-21. Registration will be required for catered events, including a Friday night networking event that will provide students an opportunity to connect with professionals, alumni, and speakers.  Follow us on Instagram @hopesconference for updates, or check out our website.

May 2024

May 10
Graduate Research Forum 10:00 a.m.

The Division of Graduate Studies invites you to a one-day conference showcasing the research, scholarship, and creative expressions of UO graduate students. The forum regularly...
Graduate Research Forum
May 10
10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Ford Alumni Center

The Division of Graduate Studies invites you to a one-day conference showcasing the research, scholarship, and creative expressions of UO graduate students. The forum regularly showcases the work of more than 100 students representing more than 35 disciplines. Join us for the popular poster session and the panel presentations!

To participate, all graduate-level students are invited to submit a proposal by April 17, 2024. All accepted posters will be judged. Posters are categorized by field; first place in each category will win $300. Panels will instead be pre-selected. All accepted panels will receive $250 per panelist.

For more information, go to https://graduatestudies.uoregon.edu/forum

May 31
Land Lab Exhibition and Field Broadcast 4:00 p.m.

Join the Fuller Initiative Land Lab for our annual exhibition at the Overlook Outdoor Instructional Area. In addition to the display of ephemeral landscape installations, there...
Land Lab Exhibition and Field Broadcast
May 31
4:00–6:00 p.m.
Overlook Outdoor Instructional Area

Join the Fuller Initiative Land Lab for our annual exhibition at the Overlook Outdoor Instructional Area. In addition to the display of ephemeral landscape installations, there will be a catered reception and field broadcast of the Willamette River Natural Area soundscape. Longtime collaborator and Sound Artist-in-Residence, Lisa Schonberg, will be present this year to broadcast her newest piece, "Old Growth Playback," a composition developed from the ecoacoustics of the HJ Experimental Forest. 

The Overlook Outdoor Instructional Area is located on the UO North Campus Riverfront, west of the Riverfront Ballfields and immediately east of the Mill Race outfall. 

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School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

April 2024

Apr 25
Transportation for Older People: The Federal Programs in the U. S. 3:00 p.m.

PPPM/IPRE Seminar Series featuring Alex Li, Visiting Assistant Professor at the School of Planning, Public Policy and Management as the day's speaker. A transportation...
Transportation for Older People: The Federal Programs in the U. S.
April 25
3:00 p.m.

PPPM/IPRE Seminar Series featuring Alex Li, Visiting Assistant Professor at the School of Planning, Public Policy and Management as the day's speaker. A transportation expert, come learn about the federal programs in the United States when it comes to transportation for older people. 

May 2024

May 23
Using Community-defined Evidence to Alleviate Chronic Stress for Houseless Community Members 3:00 p.m.

PPPM/IPRE Seminar Series featuring Lesley Jo Weaver, Associate Professor, Department of Global Studies, Director of Global Health Program.

Using Community-defined Evidence to Alleviate Chronic Stress for Houseless Community Members
May 23
3:00 p.m.

PPPM/IPRE Seminar Series featuring Lesley Jo Weaver, Associate Professor, Department of Global Studies, Director of Global Health Program.

May 24
National Science Foundation-Graduate Research Fellowship Info Session 12:30 p.m.

Are you an incoming/prospective graduate (Master's/Doctoral student) or a current first-year graduate student? Then consider attending this online information session on the...
National Science Foundation-Graduate Research Fellowship Info Session
May 24
12:30–1:30 p.m.
This is a virtual event.

Are you an incoming/prospective graduate (Master's/Doctoral student) or a current first-year graduate student? Then consider attending this online information session on the National Science Foundation-Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF-GRFP).

Please RSVP here. Zoom Link https://bit.ly/NSF-GRFP-info

NSF-GRFP is a prestigious national award program given each year to a select group of master’s and doctoral students in science and engineering fields in recognition of their academic and professional excellence. Students who receive the NSF-GRFP benefit from a generous stipend, opportunities for international research and professional development, and the freedom to conduct their own research at any accredited U.S. institution of graduate education to which they are accepted. The University of Oregon offers competitive benefits meant to augment and support NSF Fellowships.

NSF Graduate Research Fellows who choose UO as their affiliate graduate institution will receive full tuition and mandatory fee support, and subsidized health insurance benefits under UO's graduate assistant and fellow health insurance plan during their active tenure years. UO will also reserve a portion of the annual cost of education allowance for the Fellow to use for research expenses. Must be an incoming student or in your first year of study to apply. For more information see our UO NSF page.

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Eugene Events

 

Ablaze (With Destruction and Abundance)
Apr18
Ablaze (With Destruction and Abundance) Apr 18 510 Oak
Art Exhibit: UO Printmaking Student Art Show
Apr18
Art Exhibit: UO Printmaking Student Art Show Apr 18 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Tallmadge Doyle: "As Above"
Apr18
Tallmadge Doyle: "As Above" Apr 18 Lawrence Hall
Data|Media|Digital Symposium
Apr19
Data|Media|Digital Symposium Apr 19 Knight Library
Sacrifice Zones – Jon Bellona and Ralph Pugay
Apr19
Sacrifice Zones – Jon Bellona and Ralph Pugay Apr 19 510 Oak
HOPES 29 Conference
Apr19
HOPES 29 Conference Apr 19 Lawrence Hall
Marion Dean Ross Lecture Series: Models and Worldbuilding - "More than Models: Vicariously Visiting Miniature Worlds"
Apr24
Marion Dean Ross Lecture Series: Models and Worldbuilding - "More than Models: Vicariously Visiting Miniature Worlds" Apr 24 Lawrence Hall
Transportation for Older People: The Federal Programs in the U. S.
Apr25
Transportation for Older People: The Federal Programs in the U. S. Apr 25 Hendricks Hall
Speaker Event, Steven Adams
Apr25
Speaker Event, Steven Adams Apr 25 Knight Browsing Room
Art Reception - UO Printmaking Student Art Exhibit
Apr25
Art Reception - UO Printmaking Student Art Exhibit Apr 25 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Angela Hennessy, George and Matilda Fowler Lecture
May2
Angela Hennessy, George and Matilda Fowler Lecture May 2 Lawrence Hall
Progress – Marcus Fischer and Lisa Ward
May3
Progress – Marcus Fischer and Lisa Ward May 3 510 Oak
Marion Dean Ross Lecture Series: Models and Worldbuilding - "On the Afterlife of Models"
May8
Marion Dean Ross Lecture Series: Models and Worldbuilding - "On the Afterlife of Models" May 8 Lawrence Hall
Dionne Lee: "Artist Talk"
May9
Dionne Lee: "Artist Talk" May 9 Lawrence Hall
Graduate Research Forum
May10
Graduate Research Forum May 10 Ford Alumni Center
Undergraduate Research Symposium
May23
Undergraduate Research Symposium May 23
Using Community-defined Evidence to Alleviate Chronic Stress for Houseless Community Members
May23
Using Community-defined Evidence to Alleviate Chronic Stress for Houseless Community Members May 23 Hendricks Hall
Moving from Resistance to Writing
Jun13
Moving from Resistance to Writing Jun 13
College of Design Commencement Ceremony
Jun16
College of Design Commencement Ceremony Jun 16 Matthew Knight Arena
Art and Architecture in London
Jul28
Art and Architecture in London Jul 28
 

Portland Events

 

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Fellowship Information Session
Apr19
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Fellowship Information Session Apr 19
HOPES 29 Conference
Apr19
HOPES 29 Conference Apr 19 Lawrence Hall
Transportation for Older People: The Federal Programs in the U. S.
Apr25
Transportation for Older People: The Federal Programs in the U. S. Apr 25 Hendricks Hall
Using Community-defined Evidence to Alleviate Chronic Stress for Houseless Community Members
May23
Using Community-defined Evidence to Alleviate Chronic Stress for Houseless Community Members May 23 Hendricks Hall
Art and Architecture in London
Jul28
Art and Architecture in London Jul 28

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