The National Art Education Association has awarded Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Doug Blandy the 2014 Beverly Levett Gerber Special Needs Lifetime Achievement Award. Blandy also serves as a professor and adviser in the Arts and Administration Program. The award, determined through a peer review of nominations, recognizes an NAEA member whose exemplary lifetime career has made a unique and lasting impact on art education’s important role in the lives of people with special needs.
When the timer starts at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 23, participants in the Adrenaline Film Project (AFP) will have already missed their chance to rest for the next three days. The project is a competition for the Cinema Pacific Film Festival, April 23-27, based at the University of Oregon. March 7 was the deadline for AFP applicants to have submitted a short reel of their previous work. Participants selected for the competition will have exactly 72 hours to pitch, write, film, produce, and edit a five-minute short film.
The fifth annual University of Oregon Cinema Pacific film festival returns April 23 to April 27, with a wide array of films, exhibitions, receptions and performances in both Eugene and Portland.
EUGENE, Ore. -- (April 3, 2014) – The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art begins a new film series, “Museums on Film,” looking at the different aspects of contemporary museum theory and practice. Organized by Dr. Phaedra Livingstone and Cinema Pacific director Richard Herskowitz, in conjunction with Livingstone’s Museum Theory course, the series begins Wednesday, April 9, at 6 p.m.