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SungEun Park was born in Seoul, Korea, in 1980. She immigrated to the United States with her family when she was 16 years old. She graduated from Maryland Institute, College of Art with a BFA in Painting and from Indiana University Bloomington with a MFA in Sculpture. Her current body of work explores the conflict between humanity's desperate hopes and reality. She focuses on how each side maintains their own energy in the tension of confrontation. SungEun uses her drawings, which start as the designs for installations, as central sources for her work. She has worked in galleries and museums in Korea and has participated in residencies and exhibitions both in the US and abroad. SungEun is currently an assistant professor of art at Western Oregon University.
Terrence Heldreth is a native of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. He holds a BFA in sculpture from Northern Michigan University and an MFA in sculpture from Indiana University. He served as the Artist in Residence at the University of Oregon Craft Center for six years, has taught sculpture at Indiana University, and is currently the associate director of the University of Oregon Craft Center.
The Dan and Gail Cannon Gallery of Art Located in the heart of Western Oregon University's campus in the beautifully renovated Campbell Hall.
Campbell Hall was built in 1871 and is the oldest building still in use the Oregon University System. The gallery has approximately 700 square feet of exhibition space and holds six exhibitions during the academic year and one in the summer. Thematic and media-specific exhibits by regional and nationally acclaimed artists are included in each annual schedule. In the spring, the annual juried student exhibition showcases the high caliber of sculptures, ceramics, prints, paintings, drawings, and graphic design produced in our art department during the year. The Cannon Gallery is a teaching gallery. It provides a great resource for artists and the students to examine and consider the role of art and exhibition space in society today.
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