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CLA This Week — 6/5/17

Events

Monday, June 5

OSU Electronic Music Ensemble8 p.m., Benton Hall 303.

Tuesday, June 6

OSU Low Brass Studio Ensembles7 p.m., Benton Hall 303.

Wednesday, June 7

OSU University Chorale7:30 p.m., First Congregational UCC, 4515 SW West Hills Road, Corvallis.

Thursday, June 8

OSU Jazz Ensemble7:30 p.m., Memorial Union Ballroom. $5 adult. OSU students with ID and K-12 youth admitted free.

Friday, June 9

OSU Anthropology Lecture Series — Dr. Jonathan Garcia, Assistant Professorof Global Health at OSU, will give a lecture on “How to Use Ethnography to Transform Clinical Trials ” from 12 to 12:50 p.m. in Waldo Hall Room 201A. This event is part of the Anthropology Program’s “Tan Sack” Lecture Series.

Saturday, June 10

The President’s Concert with the OSU Chamber Choir7 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 1165 NW Monroe Avenue. $10 adults. CAFA discounts apply. OSU students with ID and K-12 youth admitted free.

News

Professor Mike Osborne, SHPR, was elected to full membership in the International Academy of the History of Science in December 2016.

Current Research, Publications and Creative Activity 

Brett Burkhardt (School of Public Policy) recently published “Who is in private prisons? Demographic profiles of prisoners and workers in American private prisons” in the International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice.

Dr. Trina Hogg, SHPR, recently gave a lecture entitled, “A Pioneer of Civilization?: The Impact of the Construction of the Sierra Leone Railway on African Lives in the Early 20th Century” at the University of Oregon.

David Kerr, Associate Professor in the School of Psychological Science and his co-authors from OSU College of Public Health & Human Sciences and the University of Michigan had a paper accepted to the journal Addiction, entitled “Changes in undergraduates’ marijuana, heavy alcohol, and cigarette use following legalization of recreational marijuana use in Oregon.”

Evan Baden’s photograph “The Baptist” has received an award from the juror and is part of The Arts Center’s annual “Around Oregon” exhibition, juried by Teri Lund, owner of the Imogen Gallery in Astoria. The exhibit runs through July 8. A brown bag art talk will be held June 8 at noon.

Shiao-ling Yu (World Languages & Cultures) has a book chapter, “Jiao Juyin on Directing” published in World Theatre Theories (London: Routledge, 2017).

Foundations art coordinator Anna Fidler’s exhibition of new works on paper opens this Thursday in Portland at Charles A. Hartman Fine Art. The show runs from June 1-July 15, 2017. “Ettes and Esses” tells the story of Victorian women activists as heroines during a war, and historical women whose actions pave the way for greater freedom. Additionally, Fidler will exhibit this summer at the Sun Valley Center in Ketchum, Idaho, and is currently exhibiting at the Portland International Airport. She is also participating “Log Cabin Medly” with Clay Lohmann this summer, the reception for which is August 31. 

Director of bands Chris Chapman was an invited clinician and adjudicator on June 3 and 4 for the Music in the Parks Festival in Seattle, Washington, where he worked with bands and orchestras from the entire west coast. 

Instructor of music and cellist Sean Paul Mills, instructor of music and pianist Lauren Servias and oboist Jaclyn LaRue performed two concerts on June 3 and 4 as the Arioso Chamber Players, in a program including Beethoven’s Piano Trio in B-flat Major, Op. 11; Glinka’s “Trio Pathetique”; Mozart’s Oboe Quartet in F Major; and the world premiere of Davis’ “Serenade for English Horn, Cello and Piano,” which was written for the Arioso Chamber Players. Stephanie Barth (violin) and Paul Schmidt (viola) also joined the performances as guests of the ensemble. 

OSU Costume Designer and Instructor DeMara Cabrera was Guest Costume Designer at Western Oregon University May 31- June 3 for their production of “This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing” by Finegan Kruckemeyer, guest directed by Jen Rowe.

Recurring Events

Oregon State University’s Center for the Humanities is hosting an exhibition of work by Assistant Professor of Art Kerry Skarbakka titled “Blackout,” through June 8. This is Skarbakka’s second solo exhibition in Corvallis in a year. The installation is comprised of objects of art and understanding, encapsulated in the medium used to line the beds of trucks, and thus blacked out, or rendered void. Utilizing the significance of the Center for the Humanities and coinciding with the March for Science and Earth Day on April 22, the Skarbakka says the exhibition provides “a message of solidarity against attempts to defund and silence the arts, the sciences and the humanities.”

The Little Gallery proudly presents Betty LaDuke’sBountiful Harvest and Border Crossings,” April 3 – June 16. LaDuke’s wood panel murals document and narrate stories of Latino farm workers who work on farms in Oregon’s Rogue Valley. For more  information: 541-737-2146. 

Oregon State University students completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees will present their thesis work in an exhibit June 5-17 at the Fairbanks Gallery. A reception will be held in the gallery at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 6.

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