Fall Exhibitions at the CVA Galleries

Please join the CVA Galleries for the October First Friday and the opening recpetions for the following:

Project 562 Campus Collection, Matika Wilbur, Community Member Exhibition

The Tiny Art Show, SOU Students, Faculty, and Rogue Valley Community Members, Group Exhibition

 

Opening Reception: Friday, October 6th, 2017, 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Exhibition Dates: October 6th – October 25th, 2017

 

Retzlaff and Thorndike Gallery (Art Building): Project 562 Campus Collection, Matika Wilbur, Community Member Exhibition

Matika Wilbur, a leading young photographer from the Pacific Northwest (Tulalip and Swinomish Tribes), has traveled more than 100,000 miles in the United States over the past five years, acquiring extraordinary portraits and remarkable narratives in her quest to visit and photograph people from every federally recognized sovereign Native American tribe (562 at the start of her project, now 567). Project 562 examines the Indian image across socioeconomic and intergenerational spectrums, from tribal to hardcore urban, traditional elders to enduring teens. The Project 562 Campus Collection features 15 of Wilbur’s Native American portraits, accompanied by stirring narratives from select sitters.

Darkfeather_Bibiana_Ancheta_TulalipMatika Wilbur, photography (Courtesy of artist)

 

Meyer Memorial, Art Department Chairs, Boise-Cascade, and JELD WEN Galleries (Marion Ady Building): The Tiny Art Show, SOU Students, Faculty, and Rogue Valley Community Members, Group Exhibition

The CVA Galleries at SOU are excited to host The Tiny Art Show for its third year! All artworks to be displayed are three inches by three inches or smaller, and are created by SOU students, faculty members, and Rogue Valley community members. We invite everyone to come be a big part of something tiny and attend the October First Friday opening reception!

Marko Pechnik and Alejandra Macouzet, mixed media and collage (Courtesy of Qamuuqin Maxwell)

Marko Pechnik and Alejandra Macouzet, mixed media and collage (Courtesy of Qamuuqin Maxwell)