Native American history finds a home in Eugene

Acrylic painting “In the water” done by contemporary Chinook tribe artist Greg Robinson. Robinson carves wooden sculptures mostly, however he is multi-talented. After the European occupation of the Americas, many native tribes were pushed...

Talented trio of techs

Evolutionary Pull(bronze, granite, travertine)Doug Whiltshire Trinity, an art exhibit, is being showcased in the Robert Hall Gallery from April 30 through May 24. Works by Anna Stehle, Douglas Wilshire and Zachary Smith are on...

‘Just like heaven’

TheXplodingboys’ bassist, Michelle Pecchia finds her groove during her band’s performance at Old Nick’s Pub. The band performed The Cure’s 1985 album “The Head on the Door” in its entirety, as well as...

‘Constant Revolution’ is a self-reflexive statement

The Student Production Association of Lane Community College presents the world premiere of “Constant Revolution: A collection of stories that are not what they seem,” a full-length theater production crafted by the ensemble. The production...
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Celebrities as saints

  The Barn Light East was humming with excitement during the Jan. 8 First Friday Art Walk as Lane student Liza Burns displayed a gallery of her mixed-media paintings that now reside in the local...
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BSU continues dialogue

Eric Richardson, president of Lane County NAACP, gave a speech urging young leaders in the Black community to stand up and join the older generation in spreading the awareness of the unjust condition...

64 hours of coding

Conner Lindsley, Genevieve Mallins, Andy Darnall and Ash Levy present their final project for Hack for a Cause to their teacher Jan Halvorsen. The Eugene Hack for a Cause is a platform for volunteers...
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Pulp becomes paper

Artist in Residence Hong Hong talks explains her printmaking process to a group of people during an impromptu workshop on a balcony next to Building 11 on Nov. 27. The Lane Community College Art...