A painter meditates on the impending and preventable horror of environmental destruction.
Through clashing pattern combinations and personal storytelling, Padma Rajendran’s work interrogates the dualistic contradictions between culture and definitions of universal heritage.
His research and artwork centers around the “cultural landscape” primarily in communities in the African Diaspora in different parts of the world.
This talk focuses on the solo exhibition of the costume designer and performer, Machine Dazzle, and the relation of his work to creative spheres cutting across art, craft, design, theatre, and nightlife.
Liz Magor will talk about her recent studio work, how to entertain contradiction, and how to be untopical yet relevant.
Native artists across the country have been responding to social and environmental issues that affect them and their communities.
An Oregon-based educator and artist inspires her students to find beauty in everything.
Currently, she is exploring the synchronicity between visceral and emotional explorations via traditional and AI expressions.
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.
A Portland-based painter conjures the otherworldly to meditate on the shrouded interiority of his subjects.