Vaisburd teaches courses in film and video production, history, and theory, in the Media Arts Department.
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The Kathrin Cawein Gallery of Art proudly presents "The Art of Seeing," a retrospective of Faculty Emeritus Jim Flory’s photographic images. The exhibition, which runs through April 20, spans a lifetime of his love for photography and his passion for teaching it. Join Pacific for a closing reception tomorrow night.
In a remarkable convergence of talent, passion and academic backgrounds, seven Pacific alumni were among the scores of people who helped make the acclaimed stop-motion film in Portland. The film took about three years to create and was released Dec. 9. It won the Academy Award for best animated film.
Calling all creative types to design the logo and basic style guide for a new club on campus — The Link! The winning prize is a $45 Amazon gift card.
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For the past three years Enie Vaisburd, Multimedia associate professor, has been working on a project that is close to her heart. She completed the feature documentary, A Midsummer’s Night Dream in Prison, on behalf of a fellow filmmaker who died in 2019.
"While she has participated in many clubs over the years, Rachel is most recognized for being one of the co-founding presidents of the Pacific University chapter of the American Marketing Association," said Business Professor Hossein Rikhtehgar Berenji.
The Kathrin Cawein Gallery of Art is proud to present intermezzi, an exhibit by Cori Crumrine from March 14, to April 14. Crumrine is a ceramic artist who creates small-scale, abstract culinary forms using white stoneware and Procreate illustrator.
“It turned into the most meaningful project I have produced,” said Pacific University student filmmaker Josh Joireman ’23.
Keagan Weis '21 has received Pacific University’s award for Outstanding Contributions to Student Life.