Events

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Events

There is always something happening in the College of Design. Join us for art exhibits, guest lectures, conferences, research symposia, and more. Most events are free and open to the public. You can join our email list to receive our Upcoming Events weekly announcement and stay in the know about the latest happenings.

Feb 27
"Heart Quilt" - Washburn Gallery 9:00 a.m.

A solo exhibition by Grace Partridge.   /// *Note: UO ID card with building access is required to gain entry to Washburn...
"Heart Quilt" - Washburn Gallery
February 26–29
9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Ceramics Building Washburn Gallery

A solo exhibition by Grace Partridge.

 

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*Note: UO ID card with building access is required to gain entry to Washburn Gallery.*

Feb 27
"honey drip" - Foyer Gallery 9:00 a.m.

New work by Jules Myers.   /// Map to location of Foyer Gallery in Lawrence...
"honey drip" - Foyer Gallery
February 26–29
9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Lawrence Hall Foyer Gallery

New work by Jules Myers.

 

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Map to location of Foyer Gallery in Lawrence Hall

Feb 27
"Poetics of Relation" - LaVerne Krause Gallery 9:00 a.m.

The title of our show is Poetics of Relation and with it we ​seek to explore the difficulties of unknowingness and miscommunication within relationships and the...
"Poetics of Relation" - LaVerne Krause Gallery
February 26–29
9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Lawrence Hall LaVerne Krause Gallery

The title of our show is Poetics of Relation and with it we ​seek to explore the difficulties of unknowingness and miscommunication within relationships and the opacities that result from this conflict. Thus, true freedom of relation can only be achieved through accepting such opacities and existing in harmony with the unknown.  Niko Berger Abhishek Kulkarni Breanne Swindle

 
Feb 29
"Poetics of Relation" - Reception 5:00 p.m.

The title of our show is Poetics of Relation and with it we ​seek to explore the difficulties of unknowingness and miscommunication within relationships and the...
"Poetics of Relation" - Reception
February 29
5:00–6:00 p.m.
Lawrence Hall LaVerne Krause Gallery

The title of our show is Poetics of Relation and with it we ​seek to explore the difficulties of unknowingness and miscommunication within relationships and the opacities that result from this conflict. Thus, true freedom of relation can only be achieved through accepting such opacities and existing in harmony with the unknown.  Niko Berger Abhishek Kulkarni Breanne Swindle

 
Mar 1
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.

Mar 1
A History – Tarrah Krajnak and Ryan Pierce noon

Presented by the Center for Art Research A History – Tarrah Krajnak and Ryan Pierce Exhibition: March 1-17, 2024 510 Oak St, Eugene, OR...
A History – Tarrah Krajnak and Ryan Pierce
March 1–17
noon
510 Oak

Presented by the Center for Art Research

A History – Tarrah Krajnak and Ryan Pierce

Exhibition: March 1-17, 2024 510 Oak St, Eugene, OR 97403

Reception:  Friday, March 1 5:00-7:00  p.m. Gallery hours: Friday- Sunday from 12:00-4:00 p.m.

This exhibition examines our relationships with, criticism of, and building upon the legacy of fore-thinkers of environmentalism and the oft-cited canonical artists engaged in depicting landscapes in the West.

A History 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.

Mar 4
"Thank Your Lucky Stars" - Foyer Gallery 9:00 a.m.

New work by Madison Self.   /// Map to location of Foyer Gallery in Lawrence...
"Thank Your Lucky Stars" - Foyer Gallery
March 4–7
9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Lawrence Hall Foyer Gallery

New work by Madison Self.

 

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Map to location of Foyer Gallery in Lawrence Hall

Mar 7
Private outdoor space in permanent supportive housing: Implications for LIHTC housing policy 3:00 p.m.

PPPM/IPRE seminar series that explores what private outdoor space could do for permanent supportive housing. Hybrid, both online and in-person, and will feature Christina...
Private outdoor space in permanent supportive housing: Implications for LIHTC housing policy
March 7
3:00 p.m.

PPPM/IPRE seminar series that explores what private outdoor space could do for permanent supportive housing. Hybrid, both online and in-person, and will feature Christina Bollo, Assistant Professor, School of Architecture and Environment.

Mar 7
Julian Watts: “Exploring the Intersection of Art, Craft, and Design Through Contemporary Woodcarving” 4:00 p.m.

University of Oregon Visiting Artist Lecture Series Presented by the Department of Art and Center for Art Research   Julian Watts combines traditional woodcarving...
Julian Watts: “Exploring the Intersection of Art, Craft, and Design Through Contemporary Woodcarving”
March 7
4:00 p.m.
Lawrence Hall room 115

University of Oregon Visiting Artist Lecture Series

Presented by the Department of Art and Center for Art Research

 

Julian Watts combines traditional woodcarving techniques with an experimental sculptural approach to explore the formal and conceptual intersections between the human body, the landscape, and the functional objects that we interact with every day. This approach has continued to evolve, expanding to incorporate an entire ecosystem of abstract, biomorphic wood and bronze works, ranging from bowls, to furniture, to largescale, purely sculptural pieces. Watts’ organic, open ended approach to woodcarving embraces a space of playful ambiguity, where the viewer is free to find poetic and unexpected associations between the body, the landscape, and the overlooked objects that we live with, revealing new and unexpected ways of seeing the world around us.

After earning a BFA in sculpture at the University of Oregon in 2012, Watts returned to his hometown of San Francisco to apprentice under furniture makers before beginning his own practice. His work has been shown internationally including solo exhibitions at Sarah Myerscough Gallery in London, Patrick Parrish Gallery in New York, Curators Cube in Tokyo, and Jack Fischer Gallery in San Francisco. He has participated in numerous art and design fairs, including Design Miami/Basel, Fog Fair, and Salon NY. His work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, The New Yorker, and American Craft Magazine, among others. He was shortlisted for the Loewe Craft Prize in 2018. Watts has taught courses at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Anderson Ranch, and was the 2018 Wornick Distinguished Visiting Professor of Wood Arts at the California College of the Arts. He’s based in Alpine, OR.

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

Mar 25
Art Exhibit: UO Printmaking Student Art Show 8:00 a.m.

Come view the stunning artistic work from students in UO Printmaking classes in the UO Art Department. This exhibit displays an incredible assortment of pieces provided by over 20...
Art Exhibit: UO Printmaking Student Art Show
March 25–May 16
8:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU) Adell McMillan Gallery

Come view the stunning artistic work from students in UO Printmaking classes in the UO Art Department. This exhibit displays an incredible assortment of pieces provided by over 20 student artists. Be sure to join us for our reception on April 18th @6:00 p.m. Meet these talented artists while enjoying free refreshments and fun DIY activities. The show will be on view through May 16th.

Apr 4
B. Wurtz: "Art Works", Davis Family Lecture 4:00 p.m.

University of Oregon Visiting Artist Lecture Series Presented by the Department of Art and Center for Art Research B. Wurtz’s repurposing of everyday...
B. Wurtz: "Art Works", Davis Family Lecture
April 4
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

B. Wurtz’s repurposing of everyday flotsam into joyous, humorous, and beautiful objects undermine grand artistic gesture while elevating the commonplace. The artist’s transformative amalgams of found materials have tended to coalesce around the subjects of “sleeping, eating, and keeping warm”—the foundational human needs named in his 1973 drawing Three Important Things. While his sculptures are often modest in scale, in 2018, the artist created his now iconic Kitchen Trees for the New York City Public Art Fund, transforming City Hall Park with towering columns of colorful colanders exploding with plastic fruit. 

B. Wurtz has been the subject of over 52 solo exhibitions at prestigious venues including: Feature Inc. (1987, 1991, 1992, 2001, 2003, 2006, New York); Gallery 400 (2000, Chicago); White Flag Projects (2012, St. Louis); Kunstverein (2015, Freiburg, Germany); and the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, (2015, Ridgefield, Connecticut). In 2015, the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, United Kingdom mounted a retrospective exhibition of the artist’s work that traveled to La Casa Encendida, Madrid through 2016. In 2018, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles mounted a major solo exhibition of his work, This Has No Name. His work has also been included in over 174 group exhibitions including: Pandora’s Box: Joseph Cornell Unlocks the MCA Collection (2011, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago); Building Blocks: Contemporary Works from the Collection (2011, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence); and Brand New: Art and Commodity in the 1980s (2018, Hirshhorn Museum, Washington D.C.) 

This lecture is made possible by the Davis Family Endowed Fund in Art. 

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

Apr 5
Sacrifice Zones – Jon Bellona and Ralph Pugay noon

Presented by the Center for Art Research Sacrifice Zones – Jon Bellona and Ralph Pugay Exhibition: May 3– 19, 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: May 3– 19, 2024  510 Oak St, Eugene, OR 97403

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

Apr 11
Kahlil Robert Irving: "Artist Talk" 4:00 p.m.

University of Oregon Visiting Artist Lecture Series   Presented by the Department of Art and Center for Art Research  Kahlil Robert Irving will present a...
Kahlil Robert Irving: "Artist Talk"
April 11
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 

Kahlil Robert Irving will present a lecture recounting experiences and details around his broad practice. A major focus will be several of his recent institutional exhibitions including Projects: Kahlil Robert Irving at the Museum of Modern Art, Archeology of the Present at the Walker Art Center + Kemper Art Museum in Saint Louis, and AnticKS + MOdels: My Theater for your Eyes at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art.  

Kahlil Robert Irving (b. 1992, San Diego, CA) is an artist currently living and working in the USA. He attended the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Art, Washington University in St. Louis (MFA Fellow, 2017); and the Kansas City Art Institute (BFA, Art History and Ceramics/Sculpture, 2015).  His work has been exhibited at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas; the Arizona State University Art Museum, Phoenix; and the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Rhode Island, among others.      Soon, Irving will present Kahlil Robert Irving: Archeology of the Present at the Kemper Art Museum at Washington University in St. Louis. Concurrently, he will present a major 6000 square foot solo exhibition at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art. Both will be on view until July 2024. Recently, Irving presented a commission as part of “I’ll Be Your Mirror: Art and the Digital Screen” at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth curated by Alison Hearst. Recently, Irving presented Projects: Kahlil Robert Irving at the Museum of Modern Art (NY) a part of the Studio Museum in Harlem partnership from December 2021 to May 2022. Irving has been awarded the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant (2019) and the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant (2020). In 2018, Irving’s first large scale exhibition took place at Wesleyan University’s Center for the Arts, Connecticut, and was accompanied by a full-color catalogue with essays and an interview. Currently, he is presenting a semi-permanent large-scale commission in the lobby at the Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, Ohio.  

His work is in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, New York, the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas; the RISD Museum, Rhode Island; the Tang Teaching Museum & Art Gallery, New York; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. 

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

Apr 12
20th Annual University of Oregon Graduate Student Symposium 9:00 a.m.

Presented by the Department of the History of Art and Architecture and the Art History Association with the support of the Oregon Humanities Center and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum...
20th Annual University of Oregon Graduate Student Symposium
April 12
9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA) Ford Lecture Hall

Presented by the Department of the History of Art and Architecture and the Art History Association with the support of the Oregon Humanities Center and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

Apr 17
Registration Deadline for Undergraduate Symposium

Registration due April 17th. Participation in the Undergraduate Research Symposium empowers undergraduates to share their ideas, discoveries, and artistic work with the campus...
Registration Deadline for Undergraduate Symposium
April 17

Registration due April 17th.

Participation in the Undergraduate Research Symposium empowers undergraduates to share their ideas, discoveries, and artistic work with the campus and the local community. The event traditionally takes place in the EMU in the style of an academic conference and includes all types of academic research, allowing you to present your work through a poster, oral presentation, creative work, works in progress, or in a performance.

Apr 18
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 18
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. 

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

Apr 18
Art Reception - UO Printmaking Student Art Exhibit 6:00 p.m.

Meet the artists of the UO Printmaking Student Art Exhibit! Come celebrate the amazing printmaking of over 20 student artists at the SAB McMillan Gallery Team's reception...
Art Reception - UO Printmaking Student Art Exhibit
April 18
6:00–7:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU) Adell McMillan Gallery

Meet the artists of the UO Printmaking Student Art Exhibit! Come celebrate the amazing printmaking of over 20 student artists at the SAB McMillan Gallery Team's reception on April 18th @6:00 p.m. This exhibit displays an incredible assortment of pieces provided by over 20 student artists. Have fun meeting these talented artists while enjoying free refreshments and fun DIY activities. The show will be on view through May 16th.

Apr 19
Data|Media|Digital Symposium

We invite submissions from UO graduate students for 15-minute presentations on any aspect of data, media, or digital studies for a symposium in the UO Knight Library DREAM Lab on...
Data|Media|Digital Symposium
April 19
Knight Library 122 DREAM Lab

We invite submissions from UO graduate students for 15-minute presentations on any aspect of data, media, or digital studies for a symposium in the UO Knight Library DREAM Lab on Friday, April 19, week 3 of the spring term at the Data|Media|Digital Symposium. Enter your submission at https://bit.ly/nmcc-dmd by 11:59 p.m. PT on Tuesday, January 30. Decisions about all submissions will be shared in early February. Presentations can be based on work in progress or research and work in the final stages of development. Proposals should specify clear scholarly or pedagogical goals and should articulate how the design or argument of a data/media/digital project might address those goals.  Any kind of data, media, or digital studies project is welcome. If you aren’t sure if your project fits our call, then it probably does, but please get in touch, and any member of our co-organizing committee can offer you guidance: Mattie Burkert: mburkert@uoregon.edu, Courtney Cox: cmcox@uoregon.edu, and Maxwell Foxman: mfoxman@uoregon.edu. We look forward to sustaining cross-disciplinary conversations and building an inter-departmental community at the UO.

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.  

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.

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

May 23
Undergraduate Research Symposium 9:00 a.m.

During the Undergraduate Research Symposium on May 23, students from all disciplines, majors, and colleges come together on campus to share the projects and interests...
Undergraduate Research Symposium
May 23
9:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

During the Undergraduate Research Symposium on May 23, students from all disciplines, majors, and colleges come together on campus to share the projects and interests they’re passionate about.

Students will present research, creative projects, works-in-progress, etc. in a variety of formats and media. We hope you’ll join us!

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.

Jun 16
College of Design Commencement Ceremony 1:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 commencement ceremony for the College of Design on the Matthew Knight Arena. For further event details please call 541-346-3631.

College of Design Commencement Ceremony
June 16
1:00–3:00 p.m.
Matthew Knight Arena

Join us for the 2024 commencement ceremony for the College of Design on the Matthew Knight Arena. For further event details please call 541-346-3631.

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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