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For Eugene artist Jovencio de la Paz, weaving is more than a medium. It’s an ancient craft with an important place in civilization’s history. It’s a place to share experiences, to have important conversations. And it’s an activity that... Read More
The word border is infused with a wealth of meaning. For some, it is a physical line, for others a political separation. It is all that to Portland artist – but it is a lot more.“Borders are a very specific form of separation,” says... Read More
The leadership of The Ford Family Foundation’s Visual Arts Program has changed. Longtime senior adviser Kandis Brewer Nunn handed the reins to experienced arts manager Meagan Atiyeh in January. [caption align="left"]Meagan Atiyeh[/... Read More
Talent and potential took the spotlight with the naming of the 2018 Hallie Ford Fellows in the Visual Arts in June. A jury of five arts professionals selected Avantika Bawa, Demian DinéYazhi’, Jessica Jackson Hutchins and Elizabeth Malaska... Read More
September 18, 2015: We are pleased to announce the upcoming October 2015 release of the book, Connective Conversations: Inside Oregon Art, 2011-2014. Connective Conversations is our Curator and Critic Tours and Lecture Series program,... Read More
David Eckard grew up on a farm in the Midwest. When he turned 50 last year, he started sowing seeds of a slightly different nature but with the same sense of family and community that imbued his early years. one of the first... Read More