Join artist Christy Chan for a walkthrough of her exhibition, Patterns, followed by a contact improv dance performance by members of UNA Productions dance company in response to Chan’s Fainting Couch. Light reception to follow.
The Low Residency Visual Studies Program is pleased to welcome visiting artist Aki Onda for a public lecture on his work and practice.
Join Craig Calderwood for a special walkthrough of her exhibition, The Light Bulb Sound, and…
Dyani White Hawk (Sičáŋǧu Lakota)
Artist-in- Residence: June 13–June 24, 2022
In-person reception: June 23, 5pm-7pm at 48004 St Andrews Rd, Pendleton, OR
If you are unable to join us in-person at Crow’s Shadow, please consider joining us for a Zoom event on Wednesday, June 22, 4:30-5:00 PM.
The process begins with a deep etching printed on a sheet of Kozo (mulberry) paper in black, after which the plate is reclaimed and re-etched for subsequent printing in yellow, red, and blue.
In collaboration with the lumber room, PNCA’s MFA in Applied Craft + Design and MFA in Visual Studies programs are thrilled to host a conversation with artists Diedrick Brackens and D’Angelo Lovell Williams, facilitated by curator Ashley Stull Meyers. This conversation will center on the work and practice of the artists and curator and their current exhibition opening at the lumber room in Portland, OR.
Join us for a virtual artist talk with Jess T. Dugan as they discuss the…
Drawing from her family’s Southern roots, current and historical socio-political events, intersectional feminism and African American protest and devotional traditions, Thomas’ practice centers ideas that amplify visibility, healing, and empowerment in the face of erasure, trauma, and oppression.
Lezley Saar will be talking about the different series that she’s done and the various themes that deal with notions of race, gender, sanity, literature, heritage, escapism, and marginalization.
This lecture will follow the trajectory of Justine Kurland’s photography ending with her new collage work, SCUMB Manifesto (Society for Cutting Up Men’s Books).