OSU public health guest lecturer to discuss racism as a national health crisis

Oregon State University’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences will host a lecture Friday examining racism as a public health crisis.

OSU School of History, Philosophy and Religious Studies announces Cabildos Speaker Series

Oregon State University’s School of History, Philosophy and Religious Studies announced the lineup for a new live webcast speaker series that seeks to center Black voices in academia.

OSU Anthropology Lecture Series fall season begins Friday, Oct. 2

The Oregon State University Anthropology Lecture Series opens its fall season with “Visioning OSU as an anti-racist institution” by OSU Chief Diversity Officer Charlene Alexander.

OSU’s American Strings webcast presents An Evening with Rosanne Cash on Sept. 15

Singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash, eldest daughter of country music legend Johnny Cash, will perform next month as part of the American Strings Series organized by Oregon State University’s College of Liberal Arts and the OSU Alumni Association.

OSU Theatre presents “Bard in Your Yard” podcast production of Macbeth, available Aug. 14

Witches cackling, swords clanging, ominous music warning of something wicked coming this way — such are the dramatic forces shaping this year’s immersive audio version of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, performed by Oregon State University Theatre.

OSU’s American Strings Series presents live webcast with renowned blues artist Keb’ Mo’

The Oregon State University College of Liberal Arts (CLA) and the Oregon State University Alumni Association present a conversation and live remote performance with blues artist and five-time Grammy Award winner Keb’ Mo’ at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 19.

OSU instructor receives Odyssey Award for Lifetime Achievement in Music

Native American flute instructor Jan Michael Looking Wolf called pivotal force in music world

COVID-19 shutdown pushes OSU art students to find creative ways to display senior showcase

In a normal year, seniors in the fine arts program at Oregon State University spend their spring quarter ramping up to a final exhibition in the university’s Fairbanks Gallery, where they can showcase the pieces they’ve been working on for months or even years.

This year, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the art show for students completing their bachelor’s degree in fine arts is fully online.

A Term of Adaptations

It’s a different challenge to deliver a hands-on, laboratory course that uses special “materials” (instruments, conductor, theatre, stage.)

Oregon State seeks artists for 37th annual Art About Agriculture competition and exhibition

Art About Agriculture, an annual exhibition of agriculture-themed artwork by Oregon State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences, is holding an open call for artists to participate in the 2020 exhibition.

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