1430 Johnson Lane
HOURS: sat & sun 11am-5pm. Timed ticket required, visit website for details.
ADMISSION: adults $5; seniors (62+) $3; members, youth (18 and under), students, and UO faculty and staff free.
To Jan 10
Hallie Ford Fellows in the Visual Arts 2017-19. The Ford Family Foundation celebrates the contributions of outstanding Oregon artists working in fine art and craft with its prestigious Hallie Ford Fellowships in the Visual Arts, awarded annually to five recipients by an independent jury of regional and national arts professionals. This fall, the JSMA will present new and recent work by the fifteen artists named Fellows in 2017, 2018, and 2019.
Opening Dec 19
Steve Rowell: Uncanny Sensing, Remote Valleys. Rowell investigates ecology and post-natural landscapes in this multicomponent installation. The project’s title combines “remote sensing” (a method of data collection from the physical world via sensors and other remote technology) and “uncanny valley” (the cognitive dissonance caused by lifelike replicas of living things).
The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art features engaging exhibitions, significant collections of historic and contemporary art, and exciting educational programs that support the university’s academic mission and the diverse interests of its off-campus communities. The JSMA’s collections galleries present selections from its extensive holdings of Chinese, Japanese, Korean and American art.
Journey to the Third Dimension: Tom Cramer’s Drawings and Paintings 1974-2019
Plastic Entanglements: Ecology, Aesthetics, Materials