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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.

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 →

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Classic tunes, new voices: Lane choirs sing a variety of excerpts Lane’s concert, gospel, and vocal jazz choirs will demonstrate the power of voice in a composite concert later this month.

Ron Bertucci plays trombone at an April 5 jazz ensembleconcert at the Ragozzino Performance Hall. Bertucci is stepping down as director of the symphonic band and jazz ensemble. (Alex Quadrini/The Torch)

Symphonic band, concert choir combine for final performance of school year Long-time symphonic band director reducing role on music faculty

Lane theater instructor Brian Haimbach sits in the stadium seats inside The Blue Door Theatre. Haimbach is the new head of theatre at Lane Community College. (Eugene Johnson/The Torch)

Curtain call curriculum First-year theater instructor gets a feel for Lane

Student Christina Murphy inspects artist Justin Stuck’s Baby Machine during a May 20 lecture in the Lane art gallery. The lecture also featured Anna Stehle, who spoke about her ceramic flatware, which is also on display. (Brett Stanley/The Torch)

Artists invite gallery-goers inside their minds Not only is Lane’s art gallery a place for students to see local and national artists, but it’s also a place to hear what goes on inside the mind of …Continue reading →

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Children mix colors with pros in ‘sweet’ art reception A “sweet” reception was given May 23 in the David Joyce Gallery to children and established artists alike where people celebrated the third installment in the ongoing exhibit, Taste and …Continue reading →

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Design, media arts students complete ‘rite of passage’ Building 11 galleries showcase student work

Baby Machine by Justin Stuck stands in the Building 11 art gallery. The gallery will be showing Stuck’s work with a joint showing of Anna Stehle’s work through May 29. (Brett Stanley / The Torch)

Stuck stuck on gestation mechanics There’s a giant, pregnant robot in Building 11, and Justin Stuck put it there.

Elsa Farthing (Sarah Glidden, left) watches her son, Jacob Farthing (Ben Buchanan, middle), and her daughter, Laurel Farthing (Skyler Sepp, right), embrace after he had been
(Eugene Johnson / The Torch)

Review: Bridegroom well-performed, poorly written To sum it all up, it’s the opposite of Ice-T on Law and Order: SVU. In other words, poor writing performed with a golden delivery.

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Film festival brings education, awareness Screenings explore Muslim issues

Alan Denhan looks at paintings by artist Leslie Peterson April 2. Denhan was passing through the gallery on his way to class. (Brett Stanley/The Torch)

New season, new exhibits Oregon artist, high school students share spotlight

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