Tuesday, March 23, 2010

High School Art Show - March 29 - April 9

The Lane Art Gallery is proud to present our Fifth Annual High School Art Show. This show is an invitational to area high schools in Lane County to share with our community, their young and upcoming art students. Along with the two-week exhibition, students who participate are eligible for awards and scholarships. The show runs from March 29 to April 9. An evening reception is being held on April 1 from 5:30-7:00 p.m.

The gallery is located in Building 11 on the LCC main campus at 4000 East 30th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon. There is no charge for admission. Contact: Art and Applied Design at 541.463.5409.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Robert Adams - "Landscapes" at Goldworks in March

Robert Adams, LCC art instructor, is having a solo art show throughout March at Goldworks Jewelry Art Studio. The theme of the show is "Landscapes from the Vermont Studio Center," where Adams had a residency in the fall of 2009, assisted by travel funding from the Art department.

The opening reception will be Friday March 5th, 4:30 to 7:30 pm, and is a stop on on the First Friday Artwalk. Adams will be there to talk about the work, with Kate Ali, LCC sculpture instructor, who is leading the art walk. There will also be wine tasting by the Sineann Winery that evening.

Goldworks is located at 169 E. Broadway in Eugene, Oregon. http://goldworksart.com/ Goldworks is open 10 am - 5:30 pm weekdays, and 10-4 on Saturdays.
The works depicted here are: Crane and Mill, Sandbag Weir, Construction Dam, and Rooftop before the Rain.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Kristie Potwora - Chance to Flourish Exhibit at OSU

Kristie Potwora, silk screening instructor at Lane, will have her work shown in "Chance to Flourish: Private, Public, and Wild Gardens" an invitational show at the Giustina Art Gallery in the LaSells Stewart Center on the campus of Oregon State University. The show runs from March 1-30, with an Artists' Reception on March 17 at 6-8 pm.

The show is sponsored by the College of Agricultural Sciences. Thirty-five artists who are represented in the College’s Art About Agriculture permanent collection were invited to submit one recent work of art relevant to the garden theme of the show. The Giustina Art Gallery is located in the LaSells Stewart Center at OSU, 26th & Western Blvd., Corvallis, Oregon. Their website is: http://agsci.oregonstate.edu/art/wild-gardens

"Oh Sister, My Sister" (silkscreen, encaustic, oil) is included in the show (above). "Amanita (silkscreen) is from their private collection and will also be exhibited (right).

Contact: Kristie Potwora, 541.463.5775. Kristie's website is: http://www.kristiepotwora.com/

Monday, March 1, 2010

Graphic Design 2nd Year Applicants Session

An important Q & A session for students applying for the 2nd year Graphic Design Program will be held on Friday, March 5, 12:00-1:30 pm. This is a very important opportunity to find out everything you need to know, pick up the appropriate paperwork, ask direct questions to faculty, and find out deadlines. Please try to attend if you are thinking about applying.

Here are the pertinent details:
When: Friday, March 5, 12- 1:30 PM
Where: Building 18, room 201
What: Q & A session about admission process into the the second year of the Graphic Design Program
Who: Multiple members of the GD faculty will be on hand to inform and answer questions.
Why: Applying to the program requires an application, an essay and a portfolio, with more than one deadline. The portfolios need to have particular things represented as well as an assignment specific to the application process. Learning as much as you can about the process will only help your chances of getting accepted!

Contact: Art & Applied Design, 463-5409; Tom Madison, GD instructor, 463-5887; Susan Lowdermilk, GD instructor, 463-5413.