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THE HUB AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
- ChinaVine is an interactive research effort aimed at educating English-speaking/reading audiences about Chinese folk and contemporary art and village life through modern technology. It is a collaborative effort between the Arts and Administration Program at the University of Oregon, the Center for Community Arts and Cultural Policy (CCACP) at the University of Oregon (UO), and the University of Central Florida (UCF). Recently, ChinaVine operated a field school, co-directed by AAD Professor Doug Blandy and AAD Assistant Professor John Fenn, where UO students documented cultural development at two sites outside Beijing. The field investigations emphasized discovering how the creative process and individual and collective identity develop in these everyday settings.
- Latino Roots in Oregon includes an exhibit composed of fifteen portable wooden panels containing photographs and stories about seven immigrant families; a booklet that captures these same stories and photographs; classes at the University of Oregon; two video documentaries; a website and digital archive. All materials are bilingual in Spanish and English. The Latino Roots Project is administered through the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies (CLLAS) and is a part of the “Americas in a Globalized World: Linking Diversity and Internationalization” big idea at the University of Oregon. Collaborators include Oregon State University Digital Archives, Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste (PCUN), University of Oregon Knight Library Library Special Collections and University Archives.
Oregon Folklife Network (OFN) 242 Knight Library
6204 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-6204 email@example.com