EUGENE, Ore. — A new temporary mural will be going up on the side of the Cannery in downtown Eugene. Restaurant owners and a local artist designed a set of panels where artists will be able to hang their large paintings. They’ll display each mural for a few months before replacing it with another artists’ … Continue reading »
SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A Springfield Elementary School is showing off its new mural, and it took them nearly a year to round up the supplies. A group of fourth and fifth graders at Guy Lee Elementary, called the Green Team, collected 15,000 bottle caps to create a mural. The coral reef themed piece consists of … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore — The dead come to life this Friday, Oct. 16. Maude Kerns Art Center presents its Dia de Los Muertos Exhibit. The bright, colorful artwork is inspired by the Mexican holiday which honors the dead. Just as important as the art, are the seven altars designed by local community members. It’s Maude Kerns … Continue reading »
Tim Chuey: It’s Friday and the snow flakes are flying, Officer involved shooting, Amber Alert, Missing Oakridge man, Christmas Parade, Lyerla hearing delayed, Bell eligible to play
“Taste and Flavor: Sweet” artworks at the David Joyce Gallery range from ceramics and Jell-O created pieces to paintings and collage interpreting the ideas, feelings, sensations, and tastes for “Sweet.”
What is the answer to graffiti? I don’t think there is one to be honest. There are boards to legally paint on by Skinners Butte. I stopped by and found a young man getting ready to “paint” but when he saw me, he started to pack his bag. I told him it was okay, he didn’t have to leave. This was his territory not mine. He declined to speak with me.
The Giustina Art Gallery and Pegasus Gallery both of Corvallis, Oregon and Kevin Clark Studios of Roseburg, Oregon came together once again to create the 4th annual cultural art exhibit – This years theme: The Many Faces of Africa.
September of 2005 in honor of Joyce, LCC dedicated and named the new art gallery the “David Joyce Art Gallery”. The first exhibit held at the gallery, located in the Center for Meeting and Learning at LCC was in the fall of the same year. This annual exhibit has continued since and has grown by leaps and bounds.
The transformation from a bare basketball court to a fully equipped Cirque Du Soleil stage is a 12 hour process. The stagehands start setting up at 7:45 am and won’t finish until 8 pm that evening. This was taken on October 24th, 2012 in anticipation for the October 25th opening night of Quidam – Virque […]
Sarah Nance’s installation work “tracings” is open to the public to view at Eugene Contemporary Art’s Wave Gallery.