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Southern Oregon University instructor Brent Florendo dances in traditional regalia with other participants at Lane's powwow in Building 5 Gymnasium on April 5. [Laura Newman/ The Torch]

Rescheduled powwow delights People of all ages participated in the different forms of traditional dance during Lane’s powwow in the Building 5 Gymnasium on April 5. Participants dance to the beat of their …Continue reading →

Visiting featured artist Jonathan Swanz discusses his career as an artist and explains his glass-blown series to an audience in Building 11. Swanz’s exhibit Vibrant Matter will be
on display in the gallery in Building 10 from March 31 to April 24. [Alex Quadrini/ The Torch]

Artist brings glass sculpture lecture to Building 10 Chemistry, architecture, engineering discussed with glass media

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Graveyard carz Former Lane students find success in television

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Student exhibit displays talent Last chance to see the showcase

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APISU contributes to Asian Celebration Lane County Fairgrounds hosts annual event

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Art exhibit walks all over history Kara Walker rocks the Jordan Schnitzer Museum

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Sabbatical exhibition inspired by Italy Lane instructor showcases art in Building 11 gallery

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