Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Artist Books by Susan Lowdermilk - 23 Sandy Gallery, July 2 - August 3

23 Sandy Gallery is pleased to present artist books by Eugene artist Susan Lowdermilk. An art instructor at Lane Community College, Susan is both a print maker and a book artist working primarily in relief media such as woodcut and wood engraving. Her artist books utilize abstract marks and objects as visual metaphors or allegories to explore tenuous qualities of human interaction, struggles and experience. Her artist books appear in many public collections including the Getty Museum, the Library of Congress and the New York Public Library.

There will be a reception for Susan on First Thursday, July 3, 2008, 6:00-9:00 p.m. The show will run July 3-August 2, 2008. Gallery hours are Thursday- Saturday, Noon to 6:00 p.m.

For more information, contact Laura Russell, 503-927-4409 or

Autism Artism Exhibit - June 14 - July 18

The LCC Gallery is pleased to present "Autism Artism - 2008 ." The exhibition showcases art by people with autism; notecards will be for sale. The exhibit is sponsored by KindTree, Autism Rocks - which is dedicated to serving and celebrating the Autism Community through art, education, and recreation.

The LCC Gallery is located in Building 11 on the main campus of Lane Community College, 4000 East 30th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon, 97405. For more information, contact the Art Department at 463-5409. The Gallery is open Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

Contact KindTree - Autism Rocks, at:, (541) 521-7208, or

Summer Raku Workshop - June 16 - 26

A Summer Raku Workshop will be held from June 16 -26 in the Lane Community College Ceramics Studio. Andreas Salzman, Ceramics/Sculpture faculty, will be the facilitator. The first week will be all about building and clay formation; the second week will be all about glazing and firing. The cost is $200.

For more information, contact Andreas Salzman at: 541-463-5809 or The Ceramics Studio is located in Building 11 on the main campus of Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008