2012 News

Marie Watt’s “Dwelling” blankets continue their journey Find out more about the final destination for 300 of the blankets from Marie Watt's installation "Dwelling"


Mark Sponenburgh Farewell to our dear friend who passed away on December 6, 2012.


Event celebrates Native American artist Rick Bartow’s sculptures that are now part of the Capital Mall in Washington D.C. A lecture and reception will celebrate Native American Artist Rick Bartow’s sculpture "We Were Alway Here" that was recently installed at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian


Invitation to Marie Watt's Sewing Circle Sept. 28 and 29 Marie Watt extends an invitation to a Sewing Circle at her studio


Willamette University Experience the Arts Package Fill your year with the visual, musical and theatrical arts at Willamette University


Blue Star Museums Hallie Ford Museum of Art offers free admission to military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2012.


International Museum Day Hallie Ford Museum of Art will show a free film on May 17 and have free admission on May 18 in honor of International Museum Day.


Art: "Reading the Terrain" Professor Andries Fourie shares his experiences in Namibia through a new exhibit.


Lecture: African Art The free lecture explores the dynamic relationship between art and culture in West Africa.