Michael Mandiberg, "Merrill Lynch - The Total Money Makeover"
PNCA presents The Great Recession
, "an exhibition of new work by Michael Mandiberg exploring the psychic implications of this most recent burp by the American economy, late Capitalism, gold hoarding, and the end of an empire." Mandiberg will give a talk the day before the opening on this and other projects.
Artist lecture • 6:30-8pm • March 31
Museum of Contemporary Craft
• 724 NW Davis • The Lab
First Thursday reception • 6:30pm • April 1
Pacific Northwest College of the Arts
• 1241 NW Johnson • Feldman Gallery + Project Space
Jesse Hayward's installation at Linfield
Linfield presents Jesse Hayward's The Kitchen Counter Collective
. "Whether it's with painted toothpicks that participants stab into an amorphous armature or with several hundred painted boxes the participants stack and re-stack throughout the run of the show, Jesse Hayward creates installations that are intended for direct audience manipulation. Utilizing repetition and ritual, he builds and paints objects in his studio that are then re-imagined through a collaborative, installation practice, articulating a space wherein boundaries are blurred." The exhibition will run from March 30 - May 1, 2010.
Opening reception • 6-8pm • March 31
Linfield Art Gallery
• 900 SE Baker St. McMinnville • Miller Fine Arts Center
PSU's latest set of MFA exhibitions start this month. I'll be posting them in monthly batches, starting with:
Ralph Pugay, April 1-15, 2010, Autzen Gallery
Helen Reed, April 15-30, 2010, New Video Gallery
Miles Sprietsma, April 16-30, 2010, Autzen Gallery
For the full list and gallery locations, visit PSU's art department exhibition listing website