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Multimedia students kickoff card game

Lane Multimedia students Brian Ross and Derek Watson have been hard at work creating “Forever Football” — a football themed card game designed to be...
a Lane art instructor participates in an ironic protest outside of the Jacob Gallery located at the Hult Center

Satirical protest spotlights closing of Jacobs Gallery

“The question is: do we consider the arts as part of the community?” Lane art instructor Kathleen Caprario-Ulrich said while holding a sign saying...
Ceramic planter pots created by Rod Tisdale stand on pedestals

Student pottery on display

Lane artist and student Rod Tisdale has ceramic planter pots on display in Building 11. The pots were made in Lane’s Ceramics Hand Building...
Desiree’ Bohn and Eryne Grant run through their lines

Class cuts affect Lane fine arts programs

Cuts to the fine arts classes at Lane have stirred up mixed emotions amongst instructors and students. Over the past several years, Lane has...

Former Lane students star in Cottage Grove production

“Some people see a love triangle when they look at us and the way we play the roles, but Kory and I see best...

Former Lane Students Star in Local Production

“Some people see a love triangle when they look at us and the way we play the roles, but Kory and I see best...
Indie Game Con - Oct 3 Player tests Doodle Army by Appsomniacs

Indie game developers come together in Eugene

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Faculty Art Show showing J.S. Bird's Painting - Oct 7

Faculty art on display

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Du4-OAyZzHcLane’s Art and Applied Design Department held a reception for its ongoing faculty art exhibition on Oct. 7. From 5 p.m. to 6 p.m....