Workshop takes a stab at horror writing

With only three days to write, shoot and edit a short film, contestants of the 72 Hour Horror Film Competition are going to need all the help they can get. This may be why...

Where the wildflowers are

Leisha Wood, a staff member at Mount Pisgah Arboretum, greets the Wildflower and Music Festival’s arrivals with a smile on May 20. Two buses made their rounds all day shuttling groups of visitors...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...