Archived Exhibits

Restore Oregon

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.

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Geophotography Fall 2014

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.

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Geophotography: Fall 2012

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.

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Geophotography

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.

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Jim Thorpe

Come see Olympic History!

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Tidewaters by Rich Bergeman

June 25 - November 4, 2012

Explore the light, landscape and way of life that once flourished along the rivers of Oregon's Coast Range. 

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Explore Oregon! In the Making

March 9 -December 29, 2012

Be part of the museum’s growth: Help us build our new exhibit hall! 

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The Art of Nature by Becky Uhler

February 29 - June 24, 2012

Watercolor originals and prints of native plant and animal life by nationally recognized local artist, Becky Uhler.

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4 Women 4 Views: From the High Desert

November 2, 2011 - February 26, 2012

Four artists, Pam Jersey Bird, Patricia Clark, Judy Hoiness, and Ingrid Lustig from Central Oregon express the dramatic landscape where they live with four unique voices.

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SQ3Tsya'yay: Weaver's Spirit Power

September 7, 2011 - January 29, 2012

SQ3Tsya’yay, pronounced “cut-see-ya-ya,” is the written form of the words that mean “Weaver’s Spirit Power” in the Twana language.

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