Oregon’s folklife education and programming enters new era at UOUniversity of Oregon establishes network and expands teaching and research in folklife and traditional arts EUGENE, Ore. -- (October 25, 2010) – A new direction for the state’s folklife programs and services is underway at the University of Oregon with the founding of the Oregon Folklife Network.
"This study provides specific actions that local governments, businesses and nonprofits can take to help create a more complete local food system," says Bob Parker, Director of CPW. Read the full story on the UO Media Relations website.
Del Harrow is an assistant professor at Penn State School of Visual Arts. For more information, see the following websites. http://homepage.mac.com/delharrow1/ http://www.sova.psu.edu/harrow.html The event is hosted by Art Department Ceramics Presented by: Department of Art