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The Art Gym – The Lost Chord – Jack Ryan
April 21 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 12:00pm, repeating until May 20, 2017
The Art Gym presents
The Lost Chord
April 11 – May 20, 2017
April 9, 4 – 6 pm – Opening Reception
April 21, 2 pm – Jack Ryan Gallery Talk
May 20, 4 – 6 pm – Catalog Release & Closing Event
The Art Gym will present The Lost Chord, a solo exhibition by Jack Ryan. Ryan an interdisciplinary artist living in the Pacific Northwest. His practice uses sculpture and sound as a conduit to explore culture. He is the co-director of Ditch Projects in Springfield, OR, the director of Pacific Sky Exhibitions in Eugene, OR, and is a co-founder of Fugitive Projects based out of Nashville, TN.
Jack Ryan has exhibited in venues such as The IMAFY (Cairo Egypt); Dublin Electronics Arts Festival (Ireland); Maison Laurentine (Paris); Ausstellungsraum Klingental (Basel, Switzerland); American University Museum (Washington DC); The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (Washington D.C); MICA (Baltimore); and Syracuse University. Jack twice attended the Banff Centre as a fellow and last summer attended a residency at Djerassi funded by The Ford Family Foundation. This last year he has presented projects at the University of California as well as venues in Nashville, Indianapolis, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Chicago. In 2015 he was awarded The Hallie Ford Fellowship and jointly received the Precipice Fund administered by Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA) with support from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the Calligram Foundation/Allie Furlotti, as part of the Regional Regranting Program of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Last summer he was included in the 2016 Portland Biennial curated by Michelle Grabner.
Tuesday – Sunday, Noon to 4 pm
Admission: Free to the public.
Parking is free. The gallery is located on the third floor of the central building on campus – BP John, on the south side of the building
This exhibition is funded in part by a Clackamas County Cultural Coalition Project Grant