Tired of talking heads? There are some arts amazing lectures coming up in the next week.
Garth Clark, courtesy of MoCC
Craft "visionary" Garth Clark will be speaking at PNCA on Thursday. Clark works out of NYC as a gallery owner, curator, writer, historian, and one of craft's preeminent intellectuals. He'll be presenting How Envy Killed the Crafts Movement: An Autopsy in Two Parts
, co-sponsored by the Museum of Contemporary Craft
, the Oregon College of Art & Craft
, and the Pacific Northwest College of the Arts
. The lecture is free and open to the public, but he sold out the Whitsell auditorium the last time he was in town, so get there early.
Craft lecture • 6:30pm • October 16
• 1241 NW Johnson • Swigert Commons
Andrea Zittel, A-Z Raugh Furniture, 2007
The PSU MFA Monday Night Lecture Series (hereafter known as PMMNLS) is kicking off with a bang this Monday with Andrea Zittel
. This internationally acclaimed artist focuses on creative, sustainable living through the development of hand-crafted furniture, clothing, homes, and vehicles for "contemporary consumers." The O interviewed her
in anticipation of her presentation. Keep an eye on Friday posts for a truly fantastic list of weekly speakers in this season's PMMNLS series.
Artist lecture • 7:30pm • October 13
• 1914 SW Park • Shattuck Hall Room 212
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