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Monday 03.02.09

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Ken Tomita, "body"

Project Chaboo, a collaboration between fifty artists and designer Ken Tomita, will be exhibiting reinterpreted furniture at Gallery Homeland. "Chaboo was designed with the intention of creating an affordable piece of furniture made of high quality materials that is also attractive, simple, and highly versatile."

Opening reception • 6-10pm • March 4
Gallery Homeland • 2505 SE 11th • info@galleryhomeland.org

Cliff Evans, from "Empyrean"

Multimedia and video artist Cliff Evans is exhibiting Empyrean, a digital installation, at PCC Cascade. Using appropriation and photomontage-based animation, Evans draws from pop/Internet culture to create images that are "as mesmerizing as disturbing, as unassuming as complexly beautiful, and as mechanical as organically decomposed or rotten." Art historian Christine Weber will speak next week on Evans work in the Moriarty Arts Humanities Building (MAHB 222).

Opening reception • 11am-1pm • March 5
Art historian lecture • 1-2pm • March 10
PCC Cascade Gallery • 705 N. Killingsworth St.TH 102 • cascade.gallery@pcc.edu


The Linfield Gallery presents 21st Century Iconographic Clayworks. Curated by Nils Lou, the exhibition features 24 of "some of the most masterful and influential artists working with clay in the United States today."

Opening reception • 6-8pm • March 4
Linfield Gallery • 900 SE Baker St. McMinnville • 503.883.2804

Posted by Megan Driscoll on March 02, 2009 at 10:38 | Comments (0)


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