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...

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...

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...

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...

Cars, jars and silkscreen art spend a month at Main Art Gallery

On display in Building 11, the ceramic focused exhibit “Variations” features pieces from three artists: Fred Herbst from New York, Rick Love from Minnesota and Rob Beishline from Washington. The pieces feature a variety...

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...

Faculty art on display

"Piano" by Andreas Salzman is part of the faculty art show. A closing reception for the show will be held on Thursday, Oct. 13 from 4-5:30p.m. in Building 11.

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...