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The Register Guard (Eugene, OR), November 22, 2012 | Go to article overview

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Byline: The Register-Guard

Schnitzer shows works by local residents

"ArtReach," a new installation at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, showcases work developed through the museum's Education Department staff and created by community members participating in museum programs.

Located in the museum's Education Corridor Galleries, "ArtReach" is on view through Feb. 10.

"ArtReach" features work by students from Jasper Mountain, adults from Holly Residential Treatment Center and adults from Specialized Access.

Art was created both on-site, after touring the museum's galleries, and off-site, in the familiar environment of a rehabilitation center.

Nori Rice, a Eugene native and recent graduate from the University of British Columbia, facilitated many of the art lessons.

Also included in the exhibition is work created by children who participated in the museum's active summer camp series, taught by museum educator Lauren Suveges.

Artist Izquierdo's work shown at Willamette

The Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University in Salem is presenting two exhibitions that explore different aspects of work by the late Portland artist Manuel Izquierdo.

Both shows are part of the lead-up to a major retrospective on the artist's work, which will open at the museum in January and continue through Feb. 10.

In the museum's Print Study Center, "Manuel Izquierdo: Maquettes and Small Sculptures" will present a range of Izquierdo's prints created from the late 1940s to the early 2000s.

In the Study Gallery, "Manuel Izquierdo: Works on Paper" will display a range of models and small sculptures that served as improvisational pieces and exercises that formed the basis for Izquierdo's larger pieces. …

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