call for art for student juried show! We will be collecting artwork for the student Juried Show from Nov 6-Nov 14th. Please see press release and poster below. Let me know if you’d like it in larger size.   Best Josephine   You are invited to submit your work for the 2017 Juried Art Show!    Selected works will be exhibited in the Linfield gallery from November 29 – December 15. (Opening Reception on November 29, 5 – 6:30pm).   Who Can Apply? Submissions are open to all current Linfield students, from any department. Work in all media will be accepted.   Drop Off To have your work considered for the exhibition, drop off your artworks at MFAC B 121 (across the hall from the entrance to the Linfield Gallery) anytime between Monday, November 6 and Monday, November 14th.   First, Second and Third place prizes will be awarded!    About the Jurors Josephine Zarkovich is an arts writer and curator based in Oregon. She received an MA in Curatorial Practice from California College of the Arts and is editorial director of 60 Inch Center, an art criticism website. Her curatorial work focuses on engaging audiences and fostering critical discussions around popular culture. She currently serves as the curator of the Linfeld Gallery in McMinnville and is co-director of the Portland ‘Pataphysical Society, an alternative arts space located in Portland’s Everett Station Lofts.  Jesús Ilundáin-Agurruza is Professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy. He received the 2011-2012 Samuel H. Graf Faculty Achievement Award and was 2008-2009 Allen & Pat Kelley Faculty Scholar. In 2013-2015 he served as president of the International Association for the Philosophy of Sport (IAPS). His philosophical interests are broad, ranging from value theory (ethics, and aesthetics) to the philosophy of mind, from East Asian Philosophy (esp. Japanese) to philosophy and literature, 20th Century philosophy, and metaphysics, all of which he enjoys relating to sport and related practices such as martial arts