Graduating Senior BFA Exhibition

May 29 – June 16, 2018

Oregon State University students completing the Bachelor of Fine Arts this spring will present their thesis show in the Fairbanks Gallery of Art on the first floor of Fairbanks Hall, May 29-June16.  

Ten students graduating from various art disciplines will be exhibiting. They are: Michael Burke, Carla Friedt, Erika Graves, Timothy Hartsock, Alec Landon, Rosalie Lingo, Claire Moore, Hally Pridgen, Andrea Quirarte, Nicole Ugulini. 

A reception will be held in the gallery on Wednesday, June 6 at 6 p.m., when Ed Feser, Provost, will present the President’s Award for Excellence in Art and the Provost’s Purchase Award and Larry Rodgers, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, will present the college of Liberal Arts Purchase Award. Seniors of Distinction Awards will also be presented to acknowledge outstanding graduating seniors in studio art, photography and art history. 

 

 

Mapping Hidden Systems

April 30 - May 24, 2018

A Group Exhibition Curated by Taryn Wiens. Featuring works by Victor Maldonado, Stephanie Simek, and Jonah Susskind.

All three artists imagine, map, and make visible the systems we participate in daily; from socio-cultural structure, to computer circuits, to interstate infrastructure. Using unique methods distinct from traditional cartography, the exhibition draws attention to mapping as communication, what it means to collectively imagine space, and the implications of assigning scalar relationships. The works are tools we can use to chart our position; construct something new as from a blue print or pattern; disrupt a territory; achieve greater agency.

 

 

Living With

April 2 - April 26, 2018

Showcase of work made by student recipients of the Plinkiewisch scholarship

 

 

Psychotropic Seas

March 5 - March 29, 2018

Consciousness-expanding responses to ocean water. Curated by Jessica Breedlove Latham and featuring works by Dakota Gearhart, Jean Nagai and Amanda Tasse. 

 

 

SUPEREGIONAL: Works by Bruce Burris

February 5 - March 1, 2018

Burris describes the work in SUPEREGIONAL as “slouching toward commentary, poignancy and satire.” He said he hopes to provoke an awareness of the emotions we strive so diligently to ignore and forget. “The work in SUPEREGIONAL concerns the lives of people close up and the chaos we conjure, close by, not necessarily in a representational or figurative sense, but rather more like a message found in a bottle,” Burris said. “The narratives can be read any which way the eye and mind determines would be best.” Burris has worked in the field of arts and disability culture for more than 35 years. He has served as the founder, director or owner of a number of agencies and programs noted for creating innovative support systems to enable people to assume roles of significance in their community. He is currently the artworks director at Collaborative Employment Innovations (CEI) in Corvallis and the founder of Outpost 1000.

 

 

East Comes West: Prints from Atelier Outotsu

January 2 - February 1, 2018

East comes West is a two-part exhibition of prints from the Japanese printmaking studio Atelier Outotsu. 115 prints from 29 artists are currently on display in the Fairbanks Gallery of Art and the Memorial Union Concourse Gallery. Atelier Outotsu is a non-profit printmaking workshop founded in 1975 by Ritsu Kanno who studied etching at the Atelier 17 in Paris and was influenced by S.W. Hayter. The studio is in a city called Nishinomiya which is located between Osaka and Kobe. Atelier Outotsu has been a place where a community of artists explore the creative potential of printmaking by sharing technical experiences and creative ideas. The Atelier mainly specializes in the intaglio printmaking process but also offers other printmaking processes such as lithography, relief and monotype printing. It has organized a number of printmaking shows for its members. These shows include international exhibitions in France and India. The Atelier also shows member’s and guest artists work in their gallery and offers a residency program.

 

 

MONTAGE JURIED STUDENT EXHIBITION

DECEMBER 4 - DECEMBER 22, 2017

The annual Montage juried exhibit draws from a pool of OSU students of all majors, traditionally providing a wide spectrum of work.

Montage Collective is a student-run arts organization of Oregon State University that seeks to both foster camaraderie among artists, as well as promote the arts on and off campus. The annual Montage juried exhibit draws from a pool of OSU students of all majors, traditionally providing a wide spectrum of work in matters of genre, background and intention. This year features two jurors, OSU Instructor Andy Myers and Fairbanks Gallery Coordinator Andrew Nigon.

 

 

DANIEL KRAMER: PHOTOGRAPHS OF BOB DYLAN

OCTOBER 26 - NOVEMBER 30, 2017

Curated by the GRAMMY Museum in cooperation with Daniel Kramer, "Bob Dylan: Photographs by Daniel Kramer" features more than 40 photographs from Kramer's time on tour with Bob Dylan in 1964 and 1965.

Kramer's photographs are a striking, intimate account of the folk singer's metamorphosis into a rock star. The photographic "backstage view" of the singer-songwriter showcases key moments in Dylan's musical career during one of the most dynamic periods in modern American history.

 

 

SPECTACLE

OCTOBER 2 - OCTOBER 21, 2017

Photographing traditionally masculine activities that take place in communities near their homes, both artists explore themes of spectacle, masculinity, image, and risk. Hill and Pike their lenses to the performers, their spectators, and the moments of introspection and exultation that take place before, during, and after an event.

Curator Julia Bradshaw is assistant professor of art and new media communications at Oregon State University.

The exhibition is in conjunction with the Society of Photographic Educators Northwest Regional Conference, which takes place on the Oregon State University campus in Corvallis, October 20-21, 2017. For more information contact Julia Bradshaw.

SPE-NW CONFERENCE INFORMATION

 

 

TOTALITY 

AUGUST 14 - SEPTEMBER 28, 2017

That the eclipse is happening in our back yard is very special, but everyone’s reasons for viewing it is different. Our relationship to the Cosmos is like that: some are interested in space as a vehicle for fantasy and some are interested in in space as a vehicle for scientific exploration. With this exhibition, and the companion arts activities, I bring together artworks and artists who put us in touch with our human relationship to the Cosmos in some manner.  Julia Bradshaw, curator

More than a typical art exhibition, TOTALITY is a series of exciting events happening on campus in conjunction with the August 21st total solar eclipse.

TOTALITY includes a five-week, curated exhibition in Fairbanks Gallery and a full range of arts programming throughout eclipse weekend, including photography workshops, performance art, storytelling, and music, in response to this rare and exceptional event.

The TOTALITY exhibition will include: ECLIPSE WEEKEND TOTALITY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

SPARK      

 

 

ACCRETIONS: NEW WORK BY ANDREW MYERS

JULY 17 - AUGUST 9, 2017

Andrew Myers is an Oregon artist whose studio practice in drawing and printmaking is incorporated with elements of installation and sculpture. His work has been showcased in Art in America, the Portland Modern, Portlandart.net, Creative Quarterly, and more. Myers is part of the viewing program at the Drawing Center in New York City. He was recipient of a Career Opportunity Grant from the Oregon Arts Commission and the Ford Family Foundation to travel, create work in residence and install an exhibition in the Slovak Republic (July 2016) and has received a Ford Family Foundation sponsored residency at Playa for this August.

Myers’ large scale work for Accretions interacts with the exhibition space and engages the viewer by becoming part of the environment. Integral to Myers’ work is the handmade mark and the physical evidence and visual history of the artist’s hand. The concepts of place and home, conservation and preservation of wild places and creatures are themes that permeate the work.

The theme of extinction also weighs heavily in Accretions. Myers uses mixed media drawings to explore the themes on modular assembled surfaces. Prehistoric animals, endangered and threatened species and the human figure are combined in amalgamated forms on layered surfaces.

 

PREVIOUS YEAR

 

BFA STUDENT SENIOR EXHIBITION

JUNE 5 - JUNE 17, 2017

Twenty Oregon State University students completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees this spring present their thesis work in an exhibition in airbanks Gallery. Students exhibiting in the show are Milla Oliveira, Mike Chasco, Angelica Ingeman, Diana Robbins, Kelsey Carruth, Ariyon Kawai, Brooklyn Cochran, Kiana McCurry, Mai Xee Yang, Johnny Beaver, Reid Dehle, Lily Hudnell-Almas, Koa Tom, Kaylee Weyrauch, Kody Kirkpatrick, Cat Fitzsimmons, Tiffany Cha, Madelaine Corbin, Alexandra May, Caroline Moses.

 

EXPERIMENTS IN STORY: NEW MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS FACULTY EXHIBITION

MAY 8 - MAY 31, 2017

Experiments in Story is a group exhibition featuring the work of some of OSU's New Media Communications faculty. Amanda TasseCarmen TiffanyDan Faltesek and Todd Kesterson offer unique perspectives on the vital relationship between data collection and the visual arts. This multimedia exhibition will highlight strategies for visualizing complex information by presenting platforms where ideas can be more easily understood, interpreted and discussed.
  
 
CULTURAL CONVERSATIONS: PRINTS FROM THE COLLECTION OF JORDAN D. SCHNITZER AND HIS FAMILY FOUNDATION

APRIL 3 - MAY 3, 2017

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WAY BEYOND THE RAINBOW: THE PLINKIEWISCH SCHOLARSHIP EXHIBITION

MARCH 13 - MARCH 21, 2017

Way Beyond the Rainbow exhibits the varied interests and skills of the 2016-2017 Plinkiewisch scholars. The six participating students are Maddy Corbin, a senior in 3D art; Milla Oliveira, a senior in painting and drawing; Suehade Soto, a sophomore studying sculpture; Angelica Ingeman, a senior in painting; Kaylee Weyrauch, a senior with a concentration on photography; and Johnny Beaver, a senior with a focus on painting and conceptual art.

The Plinkiewisch scholarship was established in 1995 through the estate of Helen Edwina Plinkiewisch, a 1929 graduate of Oregon State Agricultural College, in memory of her mother, Amy Rosina Hansen. The award is granted for one year and continues with a quarterly review. Once a student has received a Plinkiewisch scholarship, a renewal process each spring determines if they will continue to receive support for additional years of study.

 

DAMIEN GILLEY AND JEFF SHERIDAN: DARWIN MACHINE

JANUARY 25 - MARCH 8, 2017

Multi-disciplinary, multi-media

 

MONTAGE JURIED STUDENT EXHIBITION

DECEMBER 9, 2016 - JANUARY 23, 2017

Photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, printing making

 

KERRY SKARBAKKA: ON THE BRINK

NOVEMBER 5 - NOVEMBER 30, 2016

Photography, combined media

 

SHAPES AND SEANCES: JULIA BRADSHAW AND ANNA FIDLER

OCTOBER 3 - NOVEMBER 2, 2016

Photography, painting

 

 

RECENT PAST

OSU Graduating Art Senior Show

May 31 - June 10, 2016

Annual Exhibit

 

Ben Buswell

May 2 - 25, 2016

Embellished photographs, mixed media, sculptures, drawings

 

Michael Boonstra: Transitory Surface

April 4 - April 27, 2016

Digital prints on aluminum, mixed media, drawings

 

Nigel Poor: The San Quentin Prison Report Archive Project

February 8 - March 1, 2016

Inkjet prints with handwritten text

 

Craig Goodworth: Blood & Honey

January 11 - February 3, 2016

Sculpture, installation and poetry/performance

 

Contemporary Japanese Prints

A selection of contemporary Japanese artists working in a variety of printmaking media

November 9 - December 1, 2015

 

2014-2015

OSU Art Faculty
James B. Thompson, Schemata: Rural Life and Leisure Pursuits

Ralph Pugay, Everything Taste Like Chicken

Chang-ah Choi, Artifacts & Incidents

OSU Photo Faculty, Showcase

Fritz Liedtke, Astra Velum

Frank Boyden, Oregon Icon

OSU Graduating Art Seniors

 

2013-2014

OSU Art Faculty

Jacinda Russell, Two, Nine & Twelve

Michael Paul Miller, The Long Road

Nicole Jean Hill, Artifacts & Incidents

Samantha Wall, Only Part of the Story

John Maul, A Generous Life

Royal Nebeker, Prints

OSU Graduating Art Seniors

       

2012-2013

OSU Art Faculty

Analee Fuentes, Del Corazón (By Heart)

Michael Lazarus, Are You Real

OSU Photography Instructors, Focus/Refocus

Susan Seubert, Ambrotypes

Rae Mahaffey, Oil on panel

Heidi Schwegler, Grayout

OSU Graduating Art Seniors

 

2011-2012

OSU Art Faculty

Sean Caulfield, Darkfire and the Waiting Room

Kate Hunt, Transcendence

Mark Newport, Alter Egos

Clarence Morgan, Material Traces

Cameron Anne Mason, Surface.Form.Stitch

Cara Tomlinson, Paintings

OSU Graduating Art Seniors

 

2010-2011

OSU Art Faculty

Jeesoo Lee, Degree of Beauty

Rachel Hines, Rachel Huffman, Rachel Warkentin, 3Rach(a)els

Shelley Jordon, Materfamilias

Nancy Froehlich, Nadra Moritz, Zvezdana Stojmirovic, Azin Valy: Type/Life

Linda Hutchins, Through Line

Cascade Print Exchange V

OSU Graduating Art Seniors

 

2009-2010

OSU Art Faculty

Luba Lukova

Susie Nielsen & Christine Gallagher

Stephen Hayes

Fred Burton

Shawn Bitters

Chang-Ae Song

OSU Graduating Art Seniors

 

2008-2009

OSU Art Faculty

Berkley Chappell

Sarah Grew

Debra Beers

Karen Kunc

John Sexton

Marilee Salvator

OSU Graduating Art Seniors

 

2007-2008

OSU Art Faculty

Jenny Schmid, Free Citizens of the DzR, Linocut, Etching, Lithography

Pat Boas, Idiom, Drawings

Emily Ginsburg, Habitual, Prints & Video

World Visions: Selections from the Department of Art Fine Art Print Collection

Lauren Grossman, Whithersoever, Mixed-media sculpture

Heejung Kim, The World Between, Sculptural Books & Sarah Pucill, Stages of Mourning, Film

OSU Graduating Art Seniors, Annual Exhibit

     

2006-2007

OSU Art Faculty

Tala Madani, Cake Men, Oil & Acrylic on Canvas

Yuji Hiratsuka, Recent Works, Prints and Drawings

Martha Wehrle, New Works, Mixed Media

Ed Musante, Cigar Box Paintings, Mixed media

Bill Viola: The Reflecting Pool & Observance, Video Installations

Art Werger, Overview, Mezzotints & Aquatints

Tom Nakashima, Stewart’s Sticks and Huddled Masses, Collage on canvas

OSU Graduating Art Seniors’ Exhibit

 

2005-2006

OSU Art Faculty

Andrew Myers, Be Useful, Mixed-media Drawings

Yoshiko Shimano, Prints

Impressions, Prints from the Department of Art Fine Art Collection

Sandra Dal Pogetto, Wild Time

Plenkiwiesich Scholarship Exhibit;

Jay Backstrand, Mixed-media paintings

OSU Art Emeriti Exhibit

OSU Graduating Art Seniors.

 

2004-2005

OSU Art Faculty

Stu Levy, Grand Canyon, Photographs

Sue Coe, Tragedy of War, A Print Cycle

Michael Schultheis, Paintings from Harmonic Oscillations

Reallegories, the Poetic Narrative in Painting

Carol Ann Carter, Waiting Room: A multi-media installation

Harry Widman, Paintings

OSU Graduating Seniors

Philip Pearlstein, Nine Prints, West Gallery.

 

2003-2004

OSU Art Faculty

Tony Fitzpatrick, Etchings & Lithographs

Yoonmi Nam, Bamboo Forest, Installation,

Loren Nelson, Under Wraps: Buildings In Transition, Photographs

Kay French, About the Plants of Paradise, Painting

Minoru Ohira, Nature’s Hand, Sculpture

Cody Bustamante, Paintings

OSU Graduating Seniors.

 

2002-2003

OSU Art Faculty

Rick Bartow: Sweat & Steam, Paintings and Drawings

Ajay Garg: Conemporary Miniature Indain Paintings

Fine Arts Print Collection

Katherine Ace: Momentary Histories, Painting

Shelley Jordon: Open Skies: Recent Paintings

Robert Hess: Cast & Forged: Bronze Sculpture

OSU Graduating Seniors

 

2001-2002

OSU Art Faculty Exhibit

Geraldine Ondrizek, Stem Cells and Cellular Tissue, Installation

Contemporary Prints: Dine, Warhol, Lichenstein and Others

Ted Wiprud, Selected Works 1964-2002

Bill Rades, Paintings and Drawings

Julie Green & Clay Lohmann, Paintings

Dick Arentz, Platinum and Palladium Prints

OSU Graduating Seniors.

 

2000-2001

OSU Art Faculty Exhibit

Lee Imonen: Recent Sculpture

Chang-ae Song: Soul of Seoul, Paintings

Gordon Gilkey: Memorial Union Gallery

Clint Brown: Studies in Sanguine

Bruce Barnbaum: Cosmic Earth: Photographs

Plinkiewisch Scholarship Students

Polish Posters by Andrea Marks

Wendell Black: An American Master

Mail From the Edge: Stamps of Michael Thompson & Michael Henandez de Luna

Graduating Seniors Exhibit

 

1999-2000

OSU Art Faculty Exhibit

Melinda Thorsnes, The Last Decade; Paintings and Drawings

David Nez, Mixed Media on Paper & Mixed Media Sculpture

Marina Mangubi, Paintings and Softground

John Maul, Works in Bronze and Mixed Media

James Lee Hansen, Bronze Sculpture

OSU Art Students

OSU Graduating Seniors

West Gallery Exhibitions: Ying Tan, Multi-media

American Institute of Graphic Arts