OCAC Experimental Fashion Event
Disjecta Contemporary Art Center is pleased to present Oregon College of Art and Craft’s Experimental Fashion Event. This collaborative event is created by the OCAC Fiber Department’s Experimental Fashion class, which addresses the relationships, crossover and theories of fashion, costume, sculpture and culture. The students will be showcasing a variety of concepts and skill sets through costumes, contemporary fashion, installation, and performance.
The Experimental Fashion Event features the work of Donald Bergstrom, Jennifer Cooke, Meera Duncan, Tesla Kohl, Phoenix McNamara, Madeline Mitchell, William Moss, Rebecca Owen, Chardonnay Tobar, Una Rose, Emily Silvis, and Elizabeth Supica.
Participating students are from the OCAC BFA program and the OCAC and PNCA joint Applied Craft + Design MFA program.
ABOUT OREGON COLLEGE OF ART AND CRAFT
Established in 1907, the Oregon College of Art and Craft is a principal center for education, dialogue, and the mastery of contemporary craft for future generations of artists. Dedicated to Craft as the creative material practice at the core of art and design, OCAC is a mentor-based learning community that fosters self-reliant, entrepreneurial, globally conscious, critical and innovative makers.