MFA in Applied Craft and Design Program Welcomes Arthur Hash
January 18, 2010
The MFA in Applied Craft and Design program welcomes Arthur Hash in a free public lecture at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, January 21 in the MFA in Applied Craft and Design Studios @ The Bison Building, 421 N.E. 10th Ave. and Glisan Street.
Arthur Hash is a jewelry designer and craftsman whose work comes from a commitment to participate in the contemporary exploration of what jewelry is and can be, while retaining the sense of elegance and beauty found in the long tradition of body adornment. His recent work has incorporated waterjet cutting and rapid prototyping to make one-off art jewelry pieces.
The lecture is the first spring 2010 lecture of the PNCA Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture series.
The MFA in Applied Craft and Design is a joint degree program offered by PNCA and Oregon College of Art and Craft.
“Learn more about Arthur Hash”:http://www.arthurhash.com/.
View images of Hash’s work at “Design Boom”:http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/8/view/5130/arthur-hash.html.
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