Julie Winter and Abney Wallace curate WxW in Bend, OR
November 07, 2019
Low-Residency MFA alumni Julie Winter MFA 18' is curating the second annual WINTERxWINTER exhibition in Bend,OR. The juror will be Abney Wallace MFA 19'
WxWII will represent the work of 80 chosen artists from an international call. Works will be selected based on successful response to theme and adherence to specified parameters. Selected works will hang from the ceiling at the Workhouse in Bend, OR. (The Workhouse is a shared studio, exhibition, education, and retail space tucked into one of the last remnants of original mill buildings left in town.)
Go to https://winterstudios.submittable.com/ to learn more and submit.
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Interview with PNCA Faculty Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas: Podcast and Broadcast Friday December 3 at 4pm PST on KAOS 89.3, Olympia, WA.
One hour interview with Low Residency MFA in Visual Studies Chair Aeron Bergman and PNCA Assistant Professor Alejandra Salinas about their early sound works available as an online podcast and also to be aired on Friday December 3 at 4pm PST on KAOS 89.3, Olympia, WA. Listen here to the interview and sound works.
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