Art

‘Resilient Spirits Overcome’

Portland-based theater troupe performs biopic The life story of Judge Xiomara Torres was interwoven with Salvadoran folklore in the performance of “Judge Torres” on Nov. 5 at the Ragozzino Performance Hall. The stage’s backdrop was vibrantly colored and highly stylized. “This mural is painted in the style of Fernando Llort,” said Elizabeth Muñoz Robles, the …

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“Loneliness is a Monster”

The 22 filmmaking teams at the seventh annual 72-Hour Horror Film Competition submitted pieces ranging from riveting to comical to somewhere in between. The Jury Award of $1,134 went to the film “Unwind,” produced by an all-female team from the University of Oregon Film Club.  “Unwind” was produced by Colleen Quinn, Marissa Jensen, Sophie Ackerman …

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Courtesy of John Donner / The Bleed

The Bleed in the lead

The Associated Collegiate Press has announced the Bleed, Lane Community College’s graphics design magazine, as a finalist for the national Pacemaker award. This marks the third year in a row that the student-run publication has made this accomplishment. The Bleed is one of 34 magazines across 19 states chosen as Pacemaker finalists. More than 100 …

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Lane students shine at art walk

Lane Arts Council presents First Friday ArtWalks, year-round art tours that visit multiple destinations throughout downtown Eugene. On Friday, April 6, the first stop of the art walk was at Lane Community College’s Mary Spilde Downtown Campus in the Center for Meeting and Learning. This marks the second year that Mary Spilde Downtown Campus housed …

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