The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, was originally built to house more than 3,700 works of art Chinese, Japanese, Korean and American art.
Opening its doors to the public in 1933, this academic museum exhibits the permanent collections and special exhibits of historic and contemporary art from cultures around the world.
Textiles, paintings, prints, ceramics, jades, and more reflect the naturalistic, mystical imagery of Daoism
Works from private collections around the world
A focused selection of Cramer’s drawings over 40-years
Prints showcase the performance, costumes, and masks of Nō drama
Explores the principles of design in metalwork
Works by Korean women from the 12th to 21st centuries
Two masterworks by internationally acclaimed Mexican painters
Intricate relief paintings informed by accompanying drawings
Recent work by 45 Oregon artists
Portrait of a city and a culture at the dawn of the modern era
Iconic images that symbolize the ideals of the Cuban Revolution