In appreciation for all of the school, student and community volunteer and support in making this vision into a reality, we are celebrating the completion of the LCC Mural: A Cultural Landscape. The party will be on Thursday, September 27, 4-6 pm in front of the mural on Buliding 5 (Health/PE) on the main campus of Lane Community College, 4000 East 30th Avenue, Eugene, OR.
"Jupiter Hollow" will perform World/Rock/Fund Music. Live!
For more information, contact the Art and Applied Design office at 541-463-5409
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
The Lane Community College Art Gallery is proud to present our annual fall exhibit by the Art and Applied Design Faculty. The exhibition will include a wide variety of media by both the full-time and part-time instructors. The faculty has been asked to share work that exemplifies their art careers.
Friday, September 7, 2012
An article titled "Creativity -Vending Machine" about LCC's Art-o-Mat appeared in the September 7 issue of the Eugene Register-Guard. Written by Joel Gorthy with photographs by Collin Andrew, the article begins "Art-o-Mats, made from revamped vintage cigarette machines, dispense little doses of original art for just $5. Oregon's first one remains at LCC." Susan Lowdermilk brought the vending machine to Lane after seeing one on a trip to the East Coast. LCC has hosted the Art-o-Mat since 2005; it is located next to the art gallery and Art Department office in Building 11 on Lane's main campus. Check out the complete article at:
Susie Morrill: Tan cerca, tan lejos: Cuban Photographs. Twenty photographs taken in Cuba by LCC photography instructor Susie Morrill will be on exhibit at Dot Dotson's from September 14 to October 11. The exhibit is titled "Tan cerca, tan lejos :so near, so far apart". A reception will be held on September 14, 5:00-6:00 pm. Dot Dotson's is located at 1668 Willamette St. in Eugene, Oregon.
The photos shown here are "Farmer with Ox" and "Plaza de San Francisco."
Too Much Information appeared in the September 6th issue of Eugene Register-Guard. Written by Bob Keefer, the newspaper's arts reporter, the article reviews the current Mayor's Art Show at the Jacobs Gallery. Works of art by several LCC Art and Applied Arts faculty are in the show: Jeff Goolsby, Dan Schmitt, Jan Halvorsen, Susan Lowdermilk, Talmadge Doyle and student Eve Takahashi. Keefer wrote about the deep appeal of Jeff Goolsby's "Conflict Management" and about Eve Takahashi's photograph of former student Carter. Susan Lowdermilk and Talmadge Doyle's artist book "Aviary" is "wonderful for its sheer, drop-dead gorgeous etching and perfect craftsmanship." The complete article is available at the Register-Guard's website: http://www.registerguard.com/web/entertainmentarts/28693088-57/art-mayor-artist-painting-statements.html.csp.