I Heart Art: Portland hosts the third iteration of its unique speed-networking event, the Mixer Match, on August 17. Artists interested in “speed-dating” with local shops and boutiques are invited to apply by July 22, and PNCA students and alumni are entitled to a waived registration fee.
Institute scholar Norman Klein lectures July 18 on “Dismantling the American Psyche” at 6:30 pm as part of the 2011 Boundary Crossings: An Institute in Contemporary Animated Arts.
Diane Gilleland, editor-in-chief of CRAFT, returns this summer for a second I Heart Art: Portland workshop about Social Marketing, giving advice on how to be interesting without being overwhelmed. Register now.
Illahee founder and environmental scientist Dr. Peter Schoonmaker was appointed Chair of PNCA’s new MFA in Collaborative Design. “Let’s face it,” Schoonmaker says, “science and policy are stuck with regard to many environmental and social challenges. We need help from art and design.” Read the press release.
The Feldman Gallery + Project Space in conjunction with Boundary Crossings hosts Intermation, an exhibition examining the relationship between the animated image and the screen, including examples of still photography and interactive installations based on the mechanisms of video games.
Students from the MFA in Visual Studies celebrate their first year of studio and course work in an exhibition featuring sculpture, performance, painting, video, installation and more. Opens July 9, 6-9pm at DISJECTA.