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2016 Arlene Schnitzer Visual Arts Prize Recipients Announced

Renee Sills, Collaborative Learning for Physical Prowess: How to Dance Like a Boss, 2016. A social experiment and video party investigating dance as a means for improving communication and increasing empathy amongst strangers.

 

Portland State University’s School of Art and Design proudly presents an exhibition of work by the recipients of the 2016 Arlene Schnitzer Visual Arts Prizes.

MFA Alum Damien Gilley writes about his work for ART21 Magazine

Damien Gilley (MFA 2009) wrote about his work in a blog post for ART21 Magazine. The May-June 2016 issue explores the theme of illusion. In his post, Tension to Complete, Gilley discusses movement and perception in his installations, which are designed around a particular view point where the work completes itself.

MFA Alum Mark Anthony Martinez exhibits at Bihl Haus Arts in San Antonio, Texas

Since receiving his MFA in 2014, Mark Anthony Martinez has returned to his native San Antonio.

Pat Boas, Art + Design faculty, will be featured in two solo exhibitions as part of “The Portland2016 Biennial," presented by Disjecta Contemporary Art Center and curated by Michelle Grabner. Disjecta’s Biennial will engage sites across Oregon from July 9

Pat Boas, Art + Design faculty, will be featured in two solo exhibitions as part of “The Portland2016 Biennial," presented by Disjecta Contemporary Art Center and curated by Michelle Grabner. Disjecta’s Biennial will engage sites across Oregon from July 9 to Sept. 18, making the project accessible to larger and more diverse audiences while also encouraging visitors to travel between and explore host communities. Boas' work will be included in a group Salon: Portland2016 Biennial at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center in Portland.

Anne McClanan, Art History faculty, presented work connected with her University Studies Capstone "Connecting with the Past Online: The Medieval Portland Case Study" at the HASTAC Digital Humanities Conference in Tempe, Ariz., May 13.

Anne McClanan, Art History faculty, presented work connected with her University Studies Capstone "Connecting with the Past Online: The Medieval Portland Case Study" at the HASTAC Digital Humanities Conference in Tempe, Ariz., May 13.