Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

The Inner World of Aphasia is a 1967 film by Eugene filmmakers Edward and Naomi Feil, which explores the inability to speak due to a brain injury. It tells the story in a way which uniquely combines the techniques of art films and medical education films. As part of the Schnitzer Cinema series, it will be screened at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene on Wednesday, November 15th at 7 p.m. Ken Feil is the son of the filmmakers, and senior scholar in residence in the Department of Media and Visual Arts at Emerson College.

Painter Margaret Coe in her home studio in Eugene, Oregon, October 2017
Sandy Brown Jensen

Show: Viz City

Subject: Margaret Coe

Date of Interview: Oct. 19, 2017

Date of Broadcast: Wed. Oct. 25 , 2017

Script: Sandy Brown Jensen

Sound: Terry Way

RE: Harold and Arlene Schnitzer Gallery, Mark Clarke and Margaret Coe: Our Lives in Paint

which will show October 21, 2017 to April 01, 2018

The Sprout Film Festival presents films realistically portraying the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Locally, the 10th annual festival is presented by Full Access, which provides services and support to people with those disabilities. It will screen at Lane Community College’s main campus and Cottage Grove campus on Thursday, October 19th, at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art on Friday, October 20th, and at the Broadway Metro Theater on Saturday, October 21st.  April Wick, Executive Director of Full Access, speaks with KLCC's Eric Alan. 

Photo by Danielle Knapp

The Space Between Us: Immigrants, Refugees and Oregon, is the next topic in the Oregon Humanities Conversation Project.

Finance and spirituality converge in A Kaddish for Bernie Madoff, a live musical theater and media performance by violinist, vocalist, poet and Torah scholar Alicia Jo Rabins. She’ll perform it on Wednesday evening, March 8th at the UO’s Erb Memorial Union, as part of Schnitzer Cinema’s “In the Street” series. It’s paired with a panel discussion the next day at the UO called Betrayal and Unity: Law, Religion and the Bernie Madoff Scandal. Alicia Jo Rabins speaks with KLCC's Eric Alan.

 

Islam and American culture are explored in Sandow Birk’s exhibition, American Qur’an, on display at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art on the UO campus, January 21st through March 19th. The exhibition integrates ink and gouache paintings, calligraphy and the verses of the Qur’an, with scenes of American life to explore and express our shared humanity. Sandow Birk speaks with Eric Alan.

  

Identity is a key issue in a multi-cultural world, and ¿Identity? is the name of an exhibit at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art by multi-cultural artists Victoria Suescum and Lee Michael Peterson. As part of the museum’s current focus on “American Identity,” it explores elements of identifying as Latino and Latina within American culture, through art and personal experience.

  DanceAbility International has brought people with and without disabilities together through dance for over twenty-five years in twenty-five countries. They’re now expanding their local reach through teacher trainings co-sponsored by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, other classes and events. Founder Alito Alessi speaks with Eric Alan about how the languages of dance and community expand through diversity.  

  Ben Saunders is curator of the exhibit “Aliens, Monsters and Madmen: the Art of EC Comics,” opening May 14th at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. He speaks with Eric Alan about the enduring impact of the artistically striking and politically radical comic art that EC produced in the 1940s and ‘50s, which ranged from horror to humor. Ben Saunders is also the director of the UO's Comic Studies minor. 

Photo by Brian Lanker. Used by permission of Brian Lanker's estate, and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

  The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art features From the Heart: the Photographs of Brian Lanker, a retrospective of the late photographer’s work. Eric Alan speaks about his legacy with his widow Lynda Lanker, an accomplished artist herself and the subject of his Pulitzer Prize-winning series on natural childbirth. The exhibit is on display now through April 24th. 

Quetzal, Live at KLCC

Feb 24, 2016
Photo by Eric Alan

  The Grammy-winning ensemble Quetzal has come out of East L.A.’s Chicano community to create a vision that integrates music, dance and community activism in truly global ways.

  Four hundred years after William Shakespeare’s death, one copy of the first collected works of his material is on display at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

An image from "Adventures of Modernist Cannibals"

Painter and printmaker Enrique Chagoya talks with Eric Alan about his exhibition “Adventures of Modernist Cannibals,” currently at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Chagoya gives an artist’s talk in 115 Lawrence Hall on the UO campus on Thursday, October 15th at 6 p.m. 

https://international.uoregon.edu/Gustavo_Germano_Lecture

This Wednesday world renowned photographer Gustavo Germano will present his exhibit about people disappeared by Argentinean dictators.

From 1976 to 1983 an estimated 30,000 people were kidnapped by the government during the military dictatorship in Argentina.

Gustavo Germano's 18 year old brother, Eduardo disappeared. His remains were found last year. The photographer now uses that personal experience for his exhibit "ausencias" –absences, which is on display at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art presents a hand-drawn animated installation by performance artist and experimental filmmaker Laura Heit called “Two Ways Down,” through March 29th. It draws inspiration from the painting “The Garden of Earthly Delights” by Hieronymus Bosch, and uses everything from thrown shadows to human-animal hybrids. Laura Heit will present animations and a talk at the JSMA on February 11th, as part of the Schnitzer Cinema series, and she joins Eric Alan in the KLCC studios.

University of Oregon

The University of Oregon held a swanky, invitation-only party Friday night to launch a $2-billion fundraising campaign. So far donors have pledged more than $700-million. This is the largest fundraising effort in the school's history. Interim UO President Scott Coltrane:

This Hour Forward is a gallery installation with performance by Ryan Conarro, inspired by the marriage of his brother and the Supreme Court’s reading of the Defense of Marriage Act. He speaks with Eric Alan about issues of gender identity and equality, before performing at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

Joby Patterson of Eugene is an art historian. She has studied fine art prints for more than three decades, and recently taught the history of printmaking at the U. of O.  Patterson has just produced a book on the life and works of 20th century printmaker Norma Bassett Hall. It's called "Chipping the Block, Painting the Silk."  She joined KLCC’s Claude Offenbacher to discuss her book, as well as her role as curator of more than sixty prints by Hall at the U. of O.'s  Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art opening Saturday.