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The opening reception will take place at noon on Wednesday, April 24.
On Thursday, June 14, the undergraduate student participants of the inaugural URSCI (Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Inquiry) Summer Institute will formally and publicly present the projects they have been working on.
Join the Art Department’s Ceramics team from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 2 in the University Center Boxer Pause room for the second annual Empty Bowls Fundraising dinner, which benefits local non-profit HomePlate Youth Services.
Madison Clifford '17 explores the journey of loss in a nine-piece art installation for her senior capstone project.
Portland artist Laura Hughes, whose exhibition "The Tomb" is on display through April 19, will discuss her today at 4 p.m.
This exhibition offers a place of respite to contemplate dislocation of memory. A tomb is a site for remembrance and longing; a projection of what once was and an effort to preserve what is eternally embedded within. Light and shadow have a metaphorical connection to temporal presence and material loss. 
The Cawein Gallery is pleased to announce a joint exhibition of work by artists Morgan Rosskopf and Katherine Spinella.
Join the Art Department’s Ceramics team from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19 in the University Center multi-purpose room for the first annual Empty Bowls Fundraising dinner, which benefits local non-profit HomePlate.
Professor Flory's photography of the past three US Olympic Track & Field Trials comprises the opening exhibit of the 2016-2017  Kathrin Cawein Gallery of Art season. He will discuss his work during an opening reception at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 6.
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.

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