Crossroads of cultures

An attendee makes a donation to the Chinese American Benevolent Association during the Lion Dance at the 33rd Annual Asian Celebration. “It goes to a good cause,” he said. The 33rd Annual Oregon Asian...

NatGeo pro gives photography tips

National Geographic photographer and editor Krista Rossow discusses shooting at the “blue hour” during a presentation in Building 18 on Feb. 9. Rossow, a Lane County native who gets up early and goes...

Asian celebration prepares for thousands

A dancer in a Buddha costume poses with lion dancers at a rehearsal on Feb. 3. According to most versions of the legend, the Lion Dance Tradition began after villagers dressed like lions...

Testing new technology

Mac Bohlman, a media arts student, tries out a Mobile Studio Pro device during a Wacom product demo event on January 26 in the LCC Media Arts Lab. The Media Arts Department at Lane...

Sticking to art

Damian McDonald, Media Arts instructor at Lane Community College, recently displayed his art at the 13th annual Post-it-Show in Los Angeles. This was McDonald's first year to feature his work at the Post-it-Show. Damian...
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Media arts makeover

Building 18 features two production studios. The Media Arts new cyclo wall is located in Studio A. Cyclo walls are used for a variety of purposes within the photography and video production. The home...
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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...
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Eugene fandom carries on

A Eugene Comic Con participant examines the many colors of Copic markers for sale at the Copic booth stationed in the Copic Imagination Room. The Imagination Room, which housed a set of tables...

Titan receives national recognition

Destiny Stringer, a Lane Community College graphic design student, won second place in the 2017 Associated Collegiate Press National Award Ceremony for her double-paged spread in Volume 8 of The Bleed, an annual art...