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Now in its sixth season, Scalehouse Voices is a series of talks with local and visiting artists and scholars, exploring ideas and techniques, practice and process, creativity and culture. We feature fresh voices, perspectives, and ideas of nationally and internationally acclaimed artists, designers, and scholars.


Scalehouse and OSU-Cascades present:

June Park, No One Wants to be Boxed In, An Artist’s Journey


Wednesday, February 15th

6:00pm, 30 minute discussion followed by Q+A
OSU-Cascades Campus, Ray Hall

Tickets are free, but reservations are required as seats are limited. Donations are welcomed.


Join local artist, June Park as they share their journey of a creative coming into their own in Central Oregon — from being the one of the first artist in residence at Patricia Clark Artist in Residency to the current Curator and Gallery Manager at Central Oregon Community College’s Pinckney Gallery, while creating their own work. 


About June Park:

June shares a perspective cultivated from the truths they've had to balance through their life at the intersection of their identities. They hope their flavor of "just being" can help us see each other more clearly as unique and complex individuals.


They're a lifelong creative and curious learner with a background in User Experience Design, Graphic Design, Teaching, and Engineering. In their younger years, they studied music and performed in theater arts.


2022 Voices Past Events:

Jess Nickel, Finding Space, Curating the Inbetween

November 29, 2022

Dan Gluibizzi, Figure In

August 4, 2022

Hope Meng, 2 Into 1 Artist Talk

October 12, 2022

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