Marylhurst University

Skip to content »

The Art Gym Featured on KBOO

The Art Gym's current artist, Heather Watkins, was interviewed on KBOO radio's Art Focus in March 2014.

Her new exhibition is called Recurrent Work and runs at The Art Gym at Marylhurst University until Wednesday, April 2.

Watkins talked about her process, her experimentation and her sense of what the viewer gets from looking at her work.  Much of her work is created by soaking cotton cord in black ink and exploring the marks it makes on paper and acetate. There are also installations of the dried cord attached to the walls and other abstract drawings of silver and black pigment on paper.

» Listen to the interview on KBOO.fm

The Art Gym is an integral part of Marylhurst's art program, which serves art and interior design majors, students preparing for graduate studies in art therapy, and interdisciplinary majors with a focus in art.

Related News

See All News

Tamara DiCaprio Receives Leadership Award

Tamara "TJ" DiCaprio, MBA in sustainable business, received the 2014 C.K. Prahalad Award for global sustainability leadership in June 2014.

Petra Kern Contributes to Autism Book

Dr. Petra Kern, music therapy faculty, contributed a chapter to Frontiers in Autism Research, published in July 2014.

Calendar

See All Events

July 23, 2014

Solutions Group Mediation Praxis

A mediation practice. Learn about conflict resolution, negotiation and mediation. No experience required. Participate or observe. Open to all. Held...

READ MORE

July 24, 2014

Ariel Gore: Hip Mama & Blogging

Acclaimed author, journalist, and teacher Ariel Gore will give a talk about her magazine Hip Mama and blogging. Sponsored by the English Literatu...

READ MORE

July 25, 2014

Ariel Gore: End of Eve

Acclaimed author, journalist, and teacher Ariel Gore will give a reading from her most recent book, End of Eve: A Memoir (Hawthorne Books, 2014). ...

READ MORE

GIVE

Support Marylhurst University. Gifts of all sizes make a difference!

DONATE NOW

©2013 Marylhurst University