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Wednesday, December 5

Matthew Picton: Cultural Mapping

To call Mathew Picton’s sculptural works “maps,” is both accurate and a misnomer. His three-dimensional aerial cartographies are each based in a particular...

Paper Weight: Works in Paper by Elsa Mora

Paper Weight is Elsa Mora’s latest exhibition of painstaking works made solely of paper and glue. Mora’s 2D and 3D pieces, presented in this exhibition, are...

Reframing the Fragments: The Best We Could Do

Common Reading at UO is a year of conversation around a shared book. For 2018, all first-year students will receive The Best We Could Do, an illustrated...

Share Your Thoughts About Sexual Health on Campus

Are you interested in the sexual health of our campus community? We want to hear from you! The University Health Center and the School of Journalism and...

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

Now on view in the EMU Adell McMIllan Gallery: “Don’t Touch My Hair: Expressions of Identity and Community,” an exhibit on loan to the EMU Visual Arts Team...

Your Value Comes From Within - Sophie Navarro - BFA '18

Now On-View in the EMU Aperture Gallery: Your Value Comes From Within by Sophie Navarro, UO Masters in Arts Management, Spring ‘18. Sophie Navarro started...

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)

ASIST is a two-day, two-trainer, workshop designed for members of all caregiving groups. Family, friends, and other community members may be the first to...

Write Time: Don’t have a campus office or a quiet place to write? Come join other students who have writing goals and deadlines

"Write Time" occurs Tuesday 8:30-11 and Wednesday 8:30-12 in the Graduate Student Center in Susan Campbell Hall, so that graduate students with writing...

"Conveniently packaged for your wasteful consumption"

Please come, visit our large scale, site-specific collaborative art installation by Relief Printmaking class. It comprised of over 400 woodcut prints....

Winter Wednesdays

This holiday season, shop local and make a difference with your holiday shopping! Each purchase at Past and Presents, the museum store, directly supports...

Study Abroad Drop In Advising

Are you interested in studying abroad?Want to find out how to fit it in your acadmeic plan?Not sure how to get started?Come speak to a GEO Study Abroad...

2 p.m. Walk & Talk at the Museum

Tuesdays through Sundays at 2:00 p.m. Enhance your visit to the Museum of Natural and Cultural History with a talk and exhibit tour! Perfect for solo...

Double-Feature Gallery Talk: Modernism in Europe and the Americas

Join exhibition curator Emily Shinn and McCosh Associate Curator Danielle Knapp for a discussion of Fernand Léger (French, 1881–1955) in the MacKinnon...

Ideas on Tap: Sustainable Design

Quench your thirst—for knowledge and for beer—at Ideas on Tap, the Museum of Natural and Cultural History's monthly pub talk, now at Viking Braggot Co. on...

Native Play Reading Series: "Salmon is Everything: Community-Based Theater on the Klamath Watershed"

Come out to the Many Nations Longhouse for a night of community-centered Native drama featuring faculty, staff, students, and community members from the...

Salmon Is Everything - Concert Reading

Public reading of the play, Salmon Is Everything ~ Voices of the Klamath River. Dec 5, 2018. 7pm Many Nations Longhouse. The play, developed with Karuk,...

Salmon Is Everything : Presented by the Native Play Reading Group

Heritage Month Continues....... Salmon Is Everything, developed in collaboration with the tribal communities of the Klamath Watershed, tells the story of...

Wednesday, December 5