State of Oregon Craft
Fashioning Cascadia
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The Tool at Hand
This is Not a Silent Movie
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Object Focus: The Bowl
We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Live
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Design with the Other 90%
Generations: Betty Feves
Northwest Modern: Revisiting the Annual Ceramic Exhibitions of 1950–64
Studio H: Design. Build. Transform.
Nikki McClure: Cutting Her Own Path
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75 Gifts for 75 Years
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Object Focus: The Book
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Collateral Matters
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  anuary 19, 2008 – March 03, 2008     Curated by:  Rebecca Scheer, Rachelle Thiewes and Namita Gupta Wiggers    Despite being made in relation to the body, the use of precious and delicate materials prevents museums from allowing visitors to handle – let alone wear – contemporary art jewelry. As a result, the physical experience of such work often remains in the hands of the privileged few.    Developed in response to an exhibition review written by Rebecca Scheer in Metalsmith  magazine 2006),  Touching Warms the Art  provides a new approach to the exhibition of art jewelry. Here, jewelry created by artists is available for visitors to touch and to try on. Visitors can photograph themselves wearing works on view and can make their own jewelry at the Art Bar.    A challenge was put forth, asking artists to create work using unexpected materials and construction techniques, nothing precious or inherently fragile, and to consider a design capable of being physically handled by thousands of visitors. Juried by Rebecca Scheer, Rachelle Thiewes and Namita Gupta Wiggers, selections by 67 artists from around the world are on view, generously donated by each artist to the Museum’s Teaching Collection for use in this exhibition and for future educational programming.   http://mocc.pnca.edu/exhibitions/1399
EXHIBITION IN PRINT 2007 (VOL 27 NO 4) - FRAMING THE ART OF JEWELRY
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Generations: Grimm, Hardy, Setziol, Shores
New Embroidery: Not Your Grandma's Doily
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