To clear up Israeli streets now clogged with automobiles, UO Professor Marc Schlossberg has a straightforward prescription: More room for bicycles and buses and less emphasis on private cars.
A gathering January 29 from 2:30-4 p.m. in the Many Nations Longhouse aims to create a “cultural narrative” for the next President of the United States to hear. Organized by John Fenn, associate professor in the Arts Administration Program and a newly appointed Cultural Agent for the US Department of Arts and Culture, the “story circle” is part of a national effort to weave a collective story from local perspectives gathered in homes, schools, houses of worship, and community organizations. “Sharing a story about your experience of community and culture here in Eugene will put your voice in the democratically driven dialogue that is the People’s State of the Union,” Fenn said.
A ceramic product line designed by Product Design Program Assistant Professor Trygve Faste and Department of Art Instructor Jessica Swanson is featured in designboom’s Top 10 Reader Submissions of 2015 in the product design category. Their project, Intertidal Deployment Object Series 2, is a collection of ceramic products adorned with barnacles.
No Harm Intended: A Medical History of Lane County, an exhibition focusing on the years between 1840 to 1940, is on display at the Lane County Historical Museum in Eugene through March 31. It was curated by UO art history alumna Faith Kreskey, MA ’12.
A unique donor-sponsored architecture internship in Singapore gives students project experience and encourages interns to immerse themselves in the multicultural experience of working and living in Southeast Asia. Offered by Eco.id architects — founded by A&AA alumnus Calvin Sim Chen-Min — the internship is accepting applications through January 31.