ERIK GESCHKE: AMALGAM | Referencing elements of architecture, industrial design and human physiology, Amalgam explores issues surrounding mortality, dystopia and modernism. Often depicted as fragments of something larger and through a shifting of physical scale; the works in this exhibition seek to create new combinations, connections and interpretations.
Award-winning photographer Dženat Dreković will discuss his experiences capturing life in the Balkans. Admission is free, and the reception will include music by violinist Abigail Tankersley and others.
A new mural of tiles created by art students illuminates the gallery's presence
The Ebola Domino Project uses art to bring awareness and support to the ebola crisis in Africa.
Stunning collection of drawings display a passion, and PTSD therapy, for Bill Forst ’67.
The Kathrin Cawein Gallery of Art announces its October exhibit, "Anthropometry."
Compassion, Genocide and the Other begins at 1 p.m.
Hard work and persistence took Getty Images photographer Andrew Walker ’92 from inspiration to profession.
Walter Gordinier ’73 creates structural art out of glass in his Portland studio. Among his creations are the glass panels on the second floor of the Pacific University Library.
Doug Anderson, Pacific’s new art professor, seeks to create art that expresses his experiences and observations of the human condition.