Join conservation photographer Paul Bannick for a remarkable birding adventure! Through vivid images and sound recordings, you’ll journey deep into the natural histories of two of North America’s most iconic bird families. On view through September 18, 2016.
Strung Together celebrates beads and beadwork from around the world, spanning thousands of years and six continents. Blending items from our anthropological collections with works by contemporary artists, Strung Togetherinvites you to discover a world of stories behind the beauty of beads.
Featuring the Art of Ray Troll and Friends Dive into the deep past and unravel the mystery of the buzz saw shark!Fun for the whole family, the exhibit combines original art, spectacular fossils, and a good dose of scientific humor to shed light on this freaky and fascinating fish. On view through April 24, 2016.
Students in UO's Structural Geology course investigate geological processes through the intimate practice of photography. The course, taught by Roadside Geology of Oregon author Marli Miller, combines science and art to illuminate Earth's dynamic landscapes and our place within them.
Photographs by students in the UO Environmental Studies program focus on restoration projects around the state – exploring beauty, harm, and healing in nature. Learn more about the exhibition on Around the O.
The students in this course explored geology by examining rock types, bedding features, cooling fractures, fault zones, features of weathering and coastal erosion, and more. At the same time they learned the mechanics of shooting good photographs, from depth of field and composition to basic tools of post-processing.
Artist Shayleen Macy is a Wasco/Yakima/Warm Springs member of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs and a graduate of the University of Oregon's BFA program. Her prints, beadwork and mixed media pieces are inspired by the powwow culture in which she has grown up, often blending contemporary identity issues with traditional Wasco stories.
Hit the road and experience Oregon’s dynamic geology. Tour colorful landscapes through photographs, maps, and striking displays – and pick up a new edition of The Roadside Geology of Oregon, written by University of Oregon geologist Marli Miller. See the videos from the exhibit.
Journey into the unique cultures and ecosystems of the Arctic. Recently adopted from Western Oregon University, the Jensen Collection represents one of the largest assemblages of Arctic material in the lower forty-eight states, and a valuable record of life in a rapidly changing region. On view through January 10, 2016.