SHARE, LEARN, SHOW

August 20 - September 5 at Oregon Contemporary

Opening Party August 20th 5:00 - 8:00 PM

Gallery hours weekly Friday - Sunday Noon - 5:00 PM

Share, Learn, Show Artists

Aby Henry - photographs

Alyssa Kail - painting/fiber

Amarette Gregor - sculpture

Angelica Yudasto - silk/glass

Brittany Wilder - sculpture/photo

Carolyn Drake - sculpture/fiber

Cathy Denning - photo

Colin Kippen - sculpture

Declan Knight - sculpture

Emma Gerigscott - painting

Faith Hagenhofer - fibers

Fernando Pedroza - painting

Hannah Newman - sculpture/digital

Hilary Pfeifer - sculpture

Ivan Carmona - painting/sculpture

Jay Humphries - painting

Jennifer Cooke - fiber

Jennifer Vivianos - painting/sculpture

Jens Pettersen - painting/embroidery

Kate Speranza - painting

Lindsey Martin - painting weird interiors

Mary Ann Puls - painting

Michael White - drawing/painting/cyanotype

Oliver Wilson - sculpture

Ruth Bryant - books/paper

Sarah Laird - fiber*

Sara Thompson - sculpture/silversmith

Shannon Castor - film

Thea Kinner - sculpture/gifs

Tony Raynor - painting

Taylor Nehrling - fiber

Opening 

August 20th from 5:00 - 8:00 PM

at Oregon Contemporary

Closing party September 4th 5:00-8:00 PM

Artist Talks

Agelica Yudasto

Saturday August 21st 1pm-2pm

Aby Henry

Monday August 23rd 4pm-5pm

Sarah Laird

Tuesday August 24 3pm-4pm

Ruth Bryant

Thursday August 26th 4pm-5pm

Jens Petterson

Saturday August 28th 1pm-2pm

Carolyn Hazel Drake

Tuesday August 31st 4pm-5pm

Jennifer Viviano

Thursday September 2 4pm-5pm

Hilary Pfeifer

Saturday September 4 4pm-5pm

Artist Panel

Sunday August 29th 2pm-3pm

Save the date ~ Artists and topics TBA!

Workshops

To be announced soon!

ASHLEY STULL MEYERS

ABOUT OUR CURATOR

We are privileged and honored to announce that the 2021 OCAC Alumni show will be curated by Ashley Stull Meyers, a force of vision and insight into contemporary Art and Craft. She located to the Pacific Northwest while both Marylhurst and OCAC closed their doors. Her thoughtfulness and compassion for what Craft means to the region and our history as OCAC Alumni is why we are so grateful to be working with her. In her words:

“....an exhibition of Oregon College of Art and Craft alumni, will feature a cross-section of works that seek to historicize the institution’s impact on arts work in the Pacific Northwest. Exemplified by experimentation in a number of media, arts production in the pacific northwest has largely been unencumbered by the forces of more traditional, commercial centered, arts markets. The outcome has several generations of artists generating practices engaged with the landscape, expanded definitions of craft, history, and collaboration.

The selected artists speak to the impact of such production through their engagement with OCAC – a stalwart community of makers that functioned as a hub for generative and artful activity for 112 years.”

See more of her work >

Photo credit: Sam Gehrke

Please keep an eye out for updates!

Artist talks and workshop information will be available soon!


We are excited to see you August 20th!

 

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