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April 21st, 2014

April 22nd, 2014

  • Image preview 10:00am: Student Video Art Exhibition (Front Foyer, Fields Center for Visual Arts)

    A continuous loop of student video art will be screened at the entrance to Fields Center for the Visual Arts. Gallery Hours: 10am-4pm, Tues April 22- Fri April 25. Part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week. 

    until 4:00pm on April 25
  • Image preview 12:00pm - 1:00pm: Senior Artist Talk: Tony Chrenka
    Senior Art Major Tony Chrenka will discuss his piece, Us With Everything, in the Hoffman Gallery from 12-1pm. Part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week.
  • Image preview 1:00pm: Cycles Exhibition Gallery Hours 1-4pm (in the Historic Pool House)
    The Cycles gallery exhibition will be open in the historic pool house next to the outdoor pool from 1pm to 4pm Tues, April 22- Fri, April 25th. A part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week.
    until 4:00pm on April 25
  • Image preview 2:00pm - 4:00pm: Zine Workshop with Malcolm Hecht

    Attendees will have a guided, hands-on opportunity to become familiar with rudimentary publication techniques. A variety of materials will be available, allowing everyone to construct their own small zines during the workshop. Facilitated by student Malcolm Hecht. A part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week. 

  • Image preview 9:00pm - 10:00pm: White Light/White Sound: Performance by Daniel Nickerson & Taylor Anne Finch

    This performance about Lou Reed’s final breath will combine live music with shadow puppets.


    A part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week.

April 23rd, 2014

  • Image preview All Day: Student Video Art Exhibition (Front Foyer, Fields Center for Visual Arts)

    A continuous loop of student video art will be screened at the entrance to Fields Center for the Visual Arts. Gallery Hours: 10am-4pm, Tues April 22- Fri April 25. Part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week. 

    until 4:00pm on April 25
  • Image preview 12:00pm - 1:00pm: Senior Artist Talk: Larissa Board
    Senior art major Larissa Board will discuss her video series (in)coherence, which explores the questions of “When do you feel most feminine?” and “When do you feel most masculine?” by following six disparate individuals through their morning routines. Board will discuss each individual’s voice and personal story in relation to societal perception and construction of identity.

    A part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week. 
  • Image preview All Day: Cycles Exhibition Gallery Hours 1-4pm (in the Historic Pool House)
    The Cycles gallery exhibition will be open in the historic pool house next to the outdoor pool from 1pm to 4pm Tues, April 22- Fri, April 25th. A part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week.
    until 4:00pm on April 25
  • Image preview 4:00pm - 6:00pm: Artist Talk with Morgan Ritter
    Morgan Ritter is a resident artist at Lewis & Clark in connection with Art Week. 

    Ritter is a sculptor, writer, video artist based out of Portland, OR. She is a 2011 graduate of the Pacific Northwest College of Art. Ritter has locally released two books, through Publication Studio and 89+. Her visual work has been shown at the Portland Museum of Modern Art, The University of Chicago’s Department Courtyard, and Centre Pompidou of Paris, France.

    PLease come hear her speak about her work and process in Council Chamber. A part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week. 

  • Image preview 7:00pm - 9:00pm: Art Build: Responding to Oppression

    The Pluralism & Unity Board is a a student-led initiative that strives to bring social justice into the Lewis & Clark cultural consciousness. With this event, the board invites community members to independently or collaboratively visualize their thoughts about injustices on campus. The build will have a drop-in format, meaning that attendees can come and go at any time. An array of supplies will be provided.

    A part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week 

April 24th, 2014

  • Image preview All Day: Student Video Art Exhibition (Front Foyer, Fields Center for Visual Arts)

    A continuous loop of student video art will be screened at the entrance to Fields Center for the Visual Arts. Gallery Hours: 10am-4pm, Tues April 22- Fri April 25. Part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week. 

    until 4:00pm on April 25
  • Image preview 12:00pm - 1:00pm: Senior Artist Talk: Matt Mulligan
    Senior art major Matt Mulligan will explain the background and inspiration for The Sea Will Swell a Bit, a video installation that explores the intersection of futility and catharsis in this work. Mulligan’s discussion will address the nature of video installation, as well as his experience with new media while working on this project.

    A part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week. 
  • Image preview All Day: Cycles Exhibition Gallery Hours 1-4pm (in the Historic Pool House)
    The Cycles gallery exhibition will be open in the historic pool house next to the outdoor pool from 1pm to 4pm Tues, April 22- Fri, April 25th. A part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week.
    until 4:00pm on April 25
  • Image preview 7:00pm - 8:30pm: Artist Talk with Krystal South & LaTurbo Avedon
    In this talk, Krystal South and LaTurbo Avedon will address online identity in relation to art. South is a Portland-based writer, designer, and multidisciplinary artist whose work explores reality’s relationship to the internet. LaTurbo Avedon is an artist-avatar whose existence and creative output resides entirely online.

    A part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week. 

April 25th, 2014

  • Image preview Cycles Exhibition Gallery Hours 1-4pm (in the Historic Pool House)
    The Cycles gallery exhibition will be open in the historic pool house next to the outdoor pool from 1pm to 4pm Tues, April 22- Fri, April 25th. A part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week.
    until 4:00pm
  • Image preview Student Video Art Exhibition (Front Foyer, Fields Center for Visual Arts)

    A continuous loop of student video art will be screened at the entrance to Fields Center for the Visual Arts. Gallery Hours: 10am-4pm, Tues April 22- Fri April 25. Part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week. 

    until 4:00pm
  • Image preview 2:00pm - 4:00pm: Oil vs. Acrylic Workshop with Muse Art Supply
    Peter Rossing and Vaughn Barker of Muse Art and Design – a Portland, OR art supply resource – will build two similar paintings step by step: one will be acrylic, the other oil.They will demonstrate and discuss the similarities and differences between these two mediums, showing how the characteristics and working properties of each paint type lend themselves to specific techniques and visual styles. 

    A part of Lewis & Clark’s first annual Art Week. 

May 2nd, 2014

  • Image preview 7:00pm: Romance: A Solo Piano Recital
    A Solo Piano Recital: Danielle Fenske presents her non-degree Senior Recital, “Romance,” on May 2nd at 7:00 pm in the Diane Gregg Pavilion. This concert will focus on solo piano music from the Romantic era, including works by Chopin, Debussy, Schubert, and Liszt. This event is FREE and open to the public.

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