Alumni Featured at Spaceness
February 26, 2019
Alumni are both participating and helping to organize this year's SPACENESS art festival this weekend, March 1-3, 2019.
SPACENESS is a celebration of time, space and the unknown through experimental art, media and performance. Each year SPACENESS takes over the Sou'Wester Lodge in Seaview, WA, as well as the adjacent forest, seashore and wild spaces.
Midori Hirose and Gabi Villasenor are part of the Plastic Vision Art Collective collaborating with Jesse Mejia on Line of Karman, interactive electronic kinetic planetary mobile sculptures. PVAC will also host a recycled materials mobile making gathering.
kalaija mallery x maximiliano present out of nothing comes, video performance piece, "drawing influence from bell hooks ALL ABOUT LOVE, the performance explores the limitations of physical and metaphysical love, space."
Daniel Glendening is presenting "Spaceness V Program Guide/The Voyage," a booklet housing a fragmented cosmic utopian narrative told through image and text, plus festival information.
And Jodie Cavalier hosts a UFO Breakfast: breakfast plus an experimental sound piece re-telling the alleged 1947 UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico.
A Force of Nature is the apt title of the Eugene Weekly's review of alumna Lucinda Parker's retrospective exhibition, Force Fields, at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art in Salem.
Our Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing, BFA in Creative Writing, and MA in Critical Studies collaborate to present a number of events on campus and off as Patron Sponsors of AWP including a rare look at the Burning Deck archive.
Nandini Ranganathan, Executive Director of PNCA's Make+Think+Code lab is one of the featured leaders speaking at TedX Portland on April 27.
Printmaking professor Yoshihiro Kitai is among the artists in residence at Crow's Shadow this year. The institute is profiled in the NY Times.