University of Oregon
School of Architecture and Allied Arts


AAATech to hold open house Friday, September 18

Please join A&AA Technology staff members for an open house Friday, September 18, from 1-4 p.m. in Lawrence Hall Room 282. Refreshments will be provided. The A&AA Output Room provides quality digital imaging services to the university community at affordable prices. AAATech staff members will be available to share information about their services, which include: • poster printing • 3D printing • large format scanning • technology service desk • laser printing

open house poster


Product Design Program professors win 2 international awards for desk design

Wonhee Jeong Arndt and John Arndt, professors in the A&AA Product Design Program, are top winners in two prestigious international design competitions for a flat-pack desk system they developed as project team members in Studio Gorm. The Industrial Design Society of America and Core77 bestowed the awards, in the Home and Bath and Furniture and Lighting categories of their competitions respectively.

John and Wonhee Arndt


Trygve Faste named Young Educator of the Year in product design

Trygve Faste, assistant professor in the UO Product Design Program, is the Industrial Designers Society of America’s 2015 Young Educator of the Year. He has designed products for companies including John Deere, Hasbro, Scandinavian Airlines, Eli Lilly, MGM, and many more. His furniture and painting work have been exhibited internationally and his designs have been featured in a wide variety of publications. He joined the UO faculty in 2010. 

Trygve Faste


Jan Zach sculpture is newest public art on UO campus

The UO campus recently debuted its newest work of public art, on the lawn between Prince Lucien Campbell and Condon Halls.  Former Department of Art faculty member Jan Zach’s 14-foot-tall, painted steel sculpture “Lady” was donated to the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in 2014.

sculpture installation


New book by Redaelli puts focus on arts management, cultural policy

Arts Management and Cultural Policy Research, a new book coauthored by Assistant Professor Eleonora Redaelli, UO Arts and Administration Program, was published in June by Palgrave Macmillan. The book constitutes an introduction to students while providing scholars and practitioners the seeds of an intellectual debate on the research community. Redaelli brings a background as practitioner in the cultural field as well as her academic background to the publication.

book cover


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