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Jul 24
Underwater Forests—Oregon's Kelp Ecosystems 10:00 a.m.

Experience Oregon's dynamic—yet fragile—kelp forest ecosystems and learn why this species is vital to Oregon and the world. Discover the critters that call...
Underwater Forests—Oregon's Kelp Ecosystems
October 28–September 15
10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Experience Oregon's dynamic—yet fragile—kelp forest ecosystems and learn why this species is vital to Oregon and the world. Discover the critters that call Oregon's kelp forests home, the threats facing kelp today, and what we can do to help the kelp.

Jul 24
Necroarchivos de las Americas: An Unrelenting Search for Justice 11:00 a.m.

This exhibition examines artistic responses to violence instigated by state regimes across the Americas to disclose censored narratives, argue for the importance of artmaking as...
Necroarchivos de las Americas: An Unrelenting Search for Justice
July 17–December 8
11:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA) Barker Gallery

This exhibition examines artistic responses to violence instigated by state regimes across the Americas to disclose censored narratives, argue for the importance of artmaking as an act of memory and witnessing, advocate research, and seek justice.

Through the lens of contemporary art, Necroarchivos, “the archival study of the spaces between life and death and their interconnections” investigates diverse responses to the “disappeared” from the Americas. From the 1960s to the ‘90s in Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Guatemala, Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina, El Salvador, Uruguay, and Nicaragua, intellectuals, artists, and activists were kidnapped, tortured, exiled, and in numerous instances murdered, for demanding human rights and opposing dictatorial regimes and censorship. More recently, from the late ‘90s to today, people in the region have been victims of ongoing failed policies such as the War on Drugs, narco-violence, the continued presence of dictators, feminicide, and a brutal state and border apparatus.

Conceptualized as “Necroarchivos” by Dr. Adriana Miramontes Olivas, these artworks examine, archive, and denounce these issues and the continued disappearance of women and other individuals while addressing both art historical concerns and trends to challenge the definition of art and its impact upon society.

Jul 25
Underwater Forests—Oregon's Kelp Ecosystems 10:00 a.m.

Experience Oregon's dynamic—yet fragile—kelp forest ecosystems and learn why this species is vital to Oregon and the world. Discover the critters that call...
Underwater Forests—Oregon's Kelp Ecosystems
October 28–September 15
10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Experience Oregon's dynamic—yet fragile—kelp forest ecosystems and learn why this species is vital to Oregon and the world. Discover the critters that call Oregon's kelp forests home, the threats facing kelp today, and what we can do to help the kelp.

Jul 25
Necroarchivos de las Americas: An Unrelenting Search for Justice 11:00 a.m.

This exhibition examines artistic responses to violence instigated by state regimes across the Americas to disclose censored narratives, argue for the importance of artmaking as...
Necroarchivos de las Americas: An Unrelenting Search for Justice
July 17–December 8
11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA) Barker Gallery

This exhibition examines artistic responses to violence instigated by state regimes across the Americas to disclose censored narratives, argue for the importance of artmaking as an act of memory and witnessing, advocate research, and seek justice.

Through the lens of contemporary art, Necroarchivos, “the archival study of the spaces between life and death and their interconnections” investigates diverse responses to the “disappeared” from the Americas. From the 1960s to the ‘90s in Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Guatemala, Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina, El Salvador, Uruguay, and Nicaragua, intellectuals, artists, and activists were kidnapped, tortured, exiled, and in numerous instances murdered, for demanding human rights and opposing dictatorial regimes and censorship. More recently, from the late ‘90s to today, people in the region have been victims of ongoing failed policies such as the War on Drugs, narco-violence, the continued presence of dictators, feminicide, and a brutal state and border apparatus.

Conceptualized as “Necroarchivos” by Dr. Adriana Miramontes Olivas, these artworks examine, archive, and denounce these issues and the continued disappearance of women and other individuals while addressing both art historical concerns and trends to challenge the definition of art and its impact upon society.

Jul 25
UO Sports Product Management: Duck Chat noon

Join us every Thursday throughout the summer for an "office hour" session where you can ask all your burning questions about the Sports Product Management Program at the...
UO Sports Product Management: Duck Chat
July 25
noon
This is a virtual event.

Join us every Thursday throughout the summer for an "office hour" session where you can ask all your burning questions about the Sports Product Management Program at the University of Oregon.⁠

Whether you're interested in our in-person program in Portland, Oregon, or our online program accessible from anywhere in the world, we've got you covered! Our program is the first of its kind, offering a Master of Science in Sports Product Management. With strong ties to the sports and outdoor product industry, our alumni boast an impressive 96% employment rate within the field.⁠

Hosted by our Assistant Directors of Recruitment, Andrew Mirjah and Daisy Sandoval. This session is designed to provide insights into our programs and assist you with the admissions and recruitment process.⁠

Jul 26
Underwater Forests—Oregon's Kelp Ecosystems 10:00 a.m.

Experience Oregon's dynamic—yet fragile—kelp forest ecosystems and learn why this species is vital to Oregon and the world. Discover the critters that call...
Underwater Forests—Oregon's Kelp Ecosystems
October 28–September 15
10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Experience Oregon's dynamic—yet fragile—kelp forest ecosystems and learn why this species is vital to Oregon and the world. Discover the critters that call Oregon's kelp forests home, the threats facing kelp today, and what we can do to help the kelp.

Jul 26
Necroarchivos de las Americas: An Unrelenting Search for Justice 11:00 a.m.

This exhibition examines artistic responses to violence instigated by state regimes across the Americas to disclose censored narratives, argue for the importance of artmaking as...
Necroarchivos de las Americas: An Unrelenting Search for Justice
July 17–December 8
11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA) Barker Gallery

This exhibition examines artistic responses to violence instigated by state regimes across the Americas to disclose censored narratives, argue for the importance of artmaking as an act of memory and witnessing, advocate research, and seek justice.

Through the lens of contemporary art, Necroarchivos, “the archival study of the spaces between life and death and their interconnections” investigates diverse responses to the “disappeared” from the Americas. From the 1960s to the ‘90s in Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Guatemala, Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina, El Salvador, Uruguay, and Nicaragua, intellectuals, artists, and activists were kidnapped, tortured, exiled, and in numerous instances murdered, for demanding human rights and opposing dictatorial regimes and censorship. More recently, from the late ‘90s to today, people in the region have been victims of ongoing failed policies such as the War on Drugs, narco-violence, the continued presence of dictators, feminicide, and a brutal state and border apparatus.

Conceptualized as “Necroarchivos” by Dr. Adriana Miramontes Olivas, these artworks examine, archive, and denounce these issues and the continued disappearance of women and other individuals while addressing both art historical concerns and trends to challenge the definition of art and its impact upon society.

Jul 27
Underwater Forests—Oregon's Kelp Ecosystems 10:00 a.m.

Experience Oregon's dynamic—yet fragile—kelp forest ecosystems and learn why this species is vital to Oregon and the world. Discover the critters that call...
Underwater Forests—Oregon's Kelp Ecosystems
October 28–September 15
10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Experience Oregon's dynamic—yet fragile—kelp forest ecosystems and learn why this species is vital to Oregon and the world. Discover the critters that call Oregon's kelp forests home, the threats facing kelp today, and what we can do to help the kelp.

Jul 27
Necroarchivos de las Americas: An Unrelenting Search for Justice 11:00 a.m.

This exhibition examines artistic responses to violence instigated by state regimes across the Americas to disclose censored narratives, argue for the importance of artmaking as...
Necroarchivos de las Americas: An Unrelenting Search for Justice
July 17–December 8
11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA) Barker Gallery

This exhibition examines artistic responses to violence instigated by state regimes across the Americas to disclose censored narratives, argue for the importance of artmaking as an act of memory and witnessing, advocate research, and seek justice.

Through the lens of contemporary art, Necroarchivos, “the archival study of the spaces between life and death and their interconnections” investigates diverse responses to the “disappeared” from the Americas. From the 1960s to the ‘90s in Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Guatemala, Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina, El Salvador, Uruguay, and Nicaragua, intellectuals, artists, and activists were kidnapped, tortured, exiled, and in numerous instances murdered, for demanding human rights and opposing dictatorial regimes and censorship. More recently, from the late ‘90s to today, people in the region have been victims of ongoing failed policies such as the War on Drugs, narco-violence, the continued presence of dictators, feminicide, and a brutal state and border apparatus.

Conceptualized as “Necroarchivos” by Dr. Adriana Miramontes Olivas, these artworks examine, archive, and denounce these issues and the continued disappearance of women and other individuals while addressing both art historical concerns and trends to challenge the definition of art and its impact upon society.

Jul 28
Underwater Forests—Oregon's Kelp Ecosystems 10:00 a.m.

Experience Oregon's dynamic—yet fragile—kelp forest ecosystems and learn why this species is vital to Oregon and the world. Discover the critters that call...
Underwater Forests—Oregon's Kelp Ecosystems
October 28–September 15
10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Experience Oregon's dynamic—yet fragile—kelp forest ecosystems and learn why this species is vital to Oregon and the world. Discover the critters that call Oregon's kelp forests home, the threats facing kelp today, and what we can do to help the kelp.

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