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Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA)

1430 Johnson Lane, Eugene, OR, 97403

Phone

541-346-3027

Upcoming Events

Common Thread

Focusing on clothing and other wearable attire, the exhibition serves as a platform for conversations that address diversity, equity, and inclusion. The...

5/22 11am
Korda y el espíritu de la Revolución cubana (Korda and the Spirit of the Cuban Revolution)

The exhibition features a selection of some of the most iconic images that symbolize the ideals of the Cuban Revolution by internationally renowned...

5/22 11am
Passage by Mohau Modisakeng

This three-channel video, South Africa’s entry in the 2017 Venice Biennale, meditates on slavery’s impact dismemberment of African identity.

5/22 11am
Philip Haas: Sculpture Breathes Life into Painting & Music

The JSMA is excited to present the world-premiere of noted artist Philip Haas’s new work, before it embarks on a year-long tour in the U.S. and abroad. The...

5/22 11am
Saints and Spirits in Early Modern Europe

Saints and Spirits in Early Modern Europe juxtaposes images of distillation and related revelry with representations of saints and the sacred

5/22 11am

Recent Events

Recent Activity

ERIC Dil

ERIC Dil left a positive review 3/13/2019

I very much enjoyed seeing the student presentations at the JSMA. Strong concept to ask interior architecture students to react with a work on works out of the collection of the JSMA. Seeing their final works together with the works out of the collection that inspired them was very nice. Those works were presented in a kind of museum setting. While the prototypes were places free in the room and free accesable. Having the opportunity to talk with the students about their work gave this pop-up exhibitions and extra layer. I was possitively surprised by the high quality of the student work. There definitively pieces that I would like to own.

Olga Sanchez Saltveit

Olga Sanchez Saltveit left a positive review 11/1/2018

Warm and beautiful as ever. I really appreciated that the whole museum was open for viewing, it filled out the night and provided even more food for thought ...

Kaua Ruttencutter

Kaua Ruttencutter left a positive review 8/7/2018

It was very enjoyable--great activities for children before the film, and the movie was all age appropriate. I liked how it tied in with the theme that was celebrated at the Museum for the same holiday a few months back. The screen was very viewable and the sound was good. Thank you for this free movie and refreshments! It was great!

Joan Dobbie

Joan Dobbie left a positive review 2/22/2018

The Don't Touch My Hair exhibition and presentation was excellent. I left not seeing people anymore, but just seeing hair. Everybody I looked at was HAIR. The photography was beautiful. The talks were enlightening. (I would have been interested in a photo and talk by a person who covers their hair too. That seemed to me to be missing. Also, I wish the photos had had a whole big room of their own, not two narrow hallways.) Those are my only complaints. Everything else was marvelous and educational too. Even the tempe sticks were delicious.

tova stabin

tova stabin posted a photo 2/2/2018

Kyle Marston

Kyle Marston left a positive review 10/21/2017

I didn't know anything about this subject matter so being a fly on the wall and just listening was a great experience!

Torsten Kjellstrand

Torsten Kjellstrand left a positive review 2/28/2017

Another example of Prof Chavez and the JSMA facilitating a constructive conversation about an issue of national importance. Thank you.

Greg Bryant

Greg Bryant posted a photo 2/4/2016

"Saint Datura" by Olga Volchkova "Saint Datura" by Olga Volchkova

Paul J Clifford

Paul J Clifford left a positive review 7/4/2014

Ellie did a good job of introducing me to the Museum. It is an amazing collection and we are lucky to have it at the University of Oregon.

Rita;Rita Radostitz

Rita;Rita Radostitz left a positive review 2/4/2014

Amazing and incredible that we are so fortunate to have this exhibition here on campus. Every single student/faculty/staff member should make the time to go see this....