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Events Calendar

Event Calendar for Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA)

February 18 - 24, 2018

Sunday, February 18

Keith Achepohl: Vision of Nature/Vessel of Beauty

In 2011, Eugene-based artist Keith Achepohl (American, born 1934) spent three weeks at the Morris Graves Foundation Artist Residency, “The Lake,” in Loleta,...

Morris Graves: Layers of Time

In recognition of the importance of Morris Graves’s work and home to Keith Achepohl, we asked Achepohl if he would curate a companion exhibition. This...

Wednesday, February 21

Herman Brookman: Visualizing the Sacred

Twentieth-century architect Herman Brookman (1891-1973) designed several of Oregon’s most recognizable landmark structures, many of which are on the National...

Keith Achepohl: Vision of Nature/Vessel of Beauty

In 2011, Eugene-based artist Keith Achepohl (American, born 1934) spent three weeks at the Morris Graves Foundation Artist Residency, “The Lake,” in Loleta,...

Morris Graves: Layers of Time

In recognition of the importance of Morris Graves’s work and home to Keith Achepohl, we asked Achepohl if he would curate a companion exhibition. This...

Collectors’ Series: A conversation with Isaac Applbaum

Isaac Applbaum is an investor, entrepreneur and philanthropist who sits at the nexus of global trade between the East and West. He is an advisor to business,...

Thursday, February 22

Morris Graves: Layers of Time

In recognition of the importance of Morris Graves’s work and home to Keith Achepohl, we asked Achepohl if he would curate a companion exhibition. This...

Keith Achepohl: Vision of Nature/Vessel of Beauty

In 2011, Eugene-based artist Keith Achepohl (American, born 1934) spent three weeks at the Morris Graves Foundation Artist Residency, “The Lake,” in Loleta,...

Herman Brookman: Visualizing the Sacred

Twentieth-century architect Herman Brookman (1891-1973) designed several of Oregon’s most recognizable landmark structures, many of which are on the National...

Schnitzer Cinema: "Louis Kahn’s Tiger City" with filmmaker Sundaram Tagore

Sundaram Tagore (UO M. Arch. 1987) is a Calcuttaborn Oxford-educated art historian, gallerist, and an award-winning filmmaker. A descendant of the...

Friday, February 23

Herman Brookman: Visualizing the Sacred

Twentieth-century architect Herman Brookman (1891-1973) designed several of Oregon’s most recognizable landmark structures, many of which are on the National...

Morris Graves: Layers of Time

In recognition of the importance of Morris Graves’s work and home to Keith Achepohl, we asked Achepohl if he would curate a companion exhibition. This...

Keith Achepohl: Vision of Nature/Vessel of Beauty

In 2011, Eugene-based artist Keith Achepohl (American, born 1934) spent three weeks at the Morris Graves Foundation Artist Residency, “The Lake,” in Loleta,...

Don’t Touch My Hair: Expressions of Identity and Community

Organized by UO graduate and guest curator Meredith Lancaster, this exhibition investigates the politics of hair, racialized beauty standards, hair rituals,...

"Don’t Touch My Hair: Expressions of Identity and Community" Opening Reception

Join us for the opening reception of Don’t Touch My Hair: Expressions of Identity and Community.

Saturday, February 24

Don’t Touch My Hair: Expressions of Identity and Community

Organized by UO graduate and guest curator Meredith Lancaster, this exhibition investigates the politics of hair, racialized beauty standards, hair rituals,...

Herman Brookman: Visualizing the Sacred

Twentieth-century architect Herman Brookman (1891-1973) designed several of Oregon’s most recognizable landmark structures, many of which are on the National...

Morris Graves: Layers of Time

In recognition of the importance of Morris Graves’s work and home to Keith Achepohl, we asked Achepohl if he would curate a companion exhibition. This...

Keith Achepohl: Vision of Nature/Vessel of Beauty

In 2011, Eugene-based artist Keith Achepohl (American, born 1934) spent three weeks at the Morris Graves Foundation Artist Residency, “The Lake,” in Loleta,...