Terry’s ‘Daydreams’ downtown

Terry Holloway works on setting up part of ‘Germ’ for his installment ‘Daydreams’ at the Eugene West Broadway Commerce Center. ‘Germ’ was inspired in part by Holloway's own relationships and feelings towards germs...

Former Titan’s first feature film

From back left to right: Jeffery K. Osborns, Aaron Scoble, Rich Robison, Alan R. Thompson III, Doug Anders and Ashley Spann. (All LCC Interns, except Doug Anders.)From middle left to right: Kris Paul,...

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...

Exhibit highlights designers’ development

Second year multimedia student Tyler Plummer explores the Glass Gallery located in Building 11 with Ailura Grimmalkin. Two exhibits showcase the work of multimedia and graphic design graduating students. The exhibits are open...

Lane looks at local artists

Local artist Katie Sanchez stands next to her art piece, “5th Street Blues.”. Her artwork, made using colored pencils, was one of many that were shown at the opening reception of the “We...

Illustrations and ceramics showcased

In Building 11, artist Kathryn Finnerty has several of her ceramic art displayed in the Art Gallery in her show, A Place: Landscape, Memory, Belonging. The show opened on April 3 and will...

Printmaking and photography display artistic intuition

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...

‘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...

Campus supports International Program

Two hundred and fifty people snacked on lamb and beef meatballs with hummus and pita bread from Soriah restaurant's finest in support of cultural diversity on campus at an International Programs Coffee Talk on...