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Galleries Listings

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Lane Arts Council’s First Friday ArtWalk, a tour of galleries and art venues, will be guest hosted by Mayor Lucy Vinis and will begin at 5:30pm at The New Zone Gallery at 220 W. 8th Ave  

The New Zone Gallery “A Chicken Jamboree In The Garden of Whimsy,” ceramic show by Diane Seals. 220 W. 8th Ave

Maven Art Boutique Paintings and drawings by Dan Ray Everett. 271 W. 8th Ave

Shadowfox “Eugene Musicians in Pictures,” photographs by Tom Chamberlain. 76 W. Broadway

Yankee Built “Kitchen, Garden, Forest, Field,” ink, stamps, pen, marker, collage by Emily Proudfoot. 857 Willamette St

OUT ON A LIMB Gallery Figurative sculptor Michael Stuart Leckie. 191 E. Broadway


Backstreet Gallery Shelly Medeiros, wire wrapped jewelry, & Jan Landrum, watercolor. Reception May 13, 3-5pm. 1421 Bay St., Old Town, Florence 

Coffee Plant Roasters “Precurious Forerunners” early mythic art by Breezy Given. 2846 W. 11th

Gallery Calapooia Photographer Dee Brausch. Reception May 5, 6-8pm. 222 W. First Ave, Albany

Jazz Station Bill Rutherford, designer, sculptor & painter. Reception May 5, 5-7pm. 124 W. Broadway

Karin Clarke Gallery “Resolutions,” paintings by Nancy Lindburg. Reception May 5, 5:30-7:30pm. Through May 27. 760 Willamette St 

Lunaria Gallery “Random Small Pieces,” rock, gem, pearl, glass, tile, etc. work by Elaine Tan & Pamela Edwards. Reception May 5, 7-9pm. 113 N. Water St., Silverton

Malerische Galerie “Here Kitty, Kitty” paintings, etchings, oils, tiles, etc. Opens May 12. 236 Main St., Spfd

NEST Frida Kahlo art contest ft. works of art by community members. 790 Willamette St

The New Zone Gallery “An Eclectic Vision” by Rick Hunter opens 5:30pm April 7. 220 W 8th Ave

Oakshire “Just Below the Surface,” paintings by Courtney Marchesi. Through May 25. 207 Madison St

OSU “Blackout,” photography by Kerry Skarbakka. Through June 8. 811 S.W. Jefferson Ave., Corvallis

Pacific Rim Art Guild “Words In Red” opens May 5. 19 national artists w/45+pieces on the theme of “the direct, uncensored provocative words of Jesus.” Through May 26. 160 E. Broadway

Spfd Museum “We Are Neighbors,” photo exhibit of Lane County immigrants, reception May 12, 5-8pm, 590 Main St., Spfd

Umpqua Valley Arts Association Student Gallery: Art by South Umpqua High School Students, Hallie Brown Ford Gallery: ArtWorks NW Exhibit 

Entryway & Corridor Gallery: Printmaking Now 

Red Gallery: “I Am a Country Made of Changing Places” by Renee Couture. All receptions May 5, 5-7. Through June 30. 1624 W. Harvard Ave, Roseburg

Watershed Arts at Fertilab “The Unique Eye of Erik Johnson” through May 31. 44 W. 7th Ave


Broadway Commerce Center Watercolor by George Warner. 44 W. Broadway

Chessman Gallery All About Birds. Watercolor, oil, graphite, etc. Through May 8. 540 N.E. Hwy 101, Lincoln City

Cowfish Paintings by Mike Walrath. 62 W. Broadway

Dot Dotson’s Matt Reese Photography. Through May 11. 1668 Willamette St

ECO Sleep Solutions & Gallery Felted wool home décor & apparel by Tylar Merrill. 25 E. 8th Ave

Eugene Yoga Work by Christian Ives. 245 E. Broadway

Eugene Public Library Acrylic paintings by Hito, ceramics by Steve Daniels. 100 W. 10th Ave 

FourWinds Gallery Paintings by Space Kaysea Creations. 273 W. 8th Ave 

Framin’ ArtWorks Watercolors by LaVonne Tarbox-Crone & Pamela Winders. Through May 6. 460 Coburg Rd

Gilt+Gossamer Work by UO student artists Justin Hartney & Ahoua Touré. 837 Willamette

Goldworks Jewelry Art Studio Original jewelry by Goldworks staff. 169 E. Broadway

inEugene Real Estate paintings by Rimona Livie. 100 E Broadway

Island Park Gallery Group exhibition ft. artists from OSLP arts & culture program. Through May 24. 215 W. C St., Spfd

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art 

“Diálogos,” multi-sensory latin art. Through Oct. 8 

“Pour It On! Watercolors from the West” through June 19 

“NewArt NW Kids: The Language of Art” through May 28. 1430 Johnson Ln

Lane County Historical Museum UPROOTED: photos from Japanese American Farm Labor Camps during WWII. Through May 25. 740 W. 13th Ave 

Maude Kerns On the Road: Photography by Edward Beier, Michael Eichwald, Stephanie Luke & Harvey Spector. Through May 12. 1910 E. 15th Ave 

MECCA A series of works in a variety of media which have either been left, donated or forgotten. 449 Willamette St

Mosaic Fair Trade Collection Beautiful upcycled metal wall art made by fair trade workers in Haiti. 28 E. Broadway

MultiVRse VR Gaming “Tilt Brush,” a visual art program, Candice Hamilton shows some of her work & gives a demonstration. 1374 Willamette St #5

NEST Clay FIGURAL sculpture by Karen Russo, metal sculpture by K.C. Scott through June. 790 Willamette

Off the Waffle A collection of oils & watercolors by New Zone artist Majorie Templeton. 840 Willamette

Oregon Art Supply A community POST IT Art Project. The gallery walls are open to whoever would like to post a 3”x3” post it note. 1020 Pearl

Oregon Gallery Scenic northwest photography by Ron Keebler. 199 E. 5th Ave

OSU “Bountiful Harvest & Border Crossings” by Betty LaDuke. Through June 16. Kidder Hall rm. 210, 2000 S.W. Campus Wy, Corvallis

Passionflower Design Oregon jeweler Susan Goodwin. 128 E. Broadway

Photozone Gallery David Jones, Bill Haynes, Michael T. Wiliams, Ed Pabor, Patrick Plaia, Don Lown, Gene Tonry, Don Myers, Sandi O’Brien, Ron Shufflebarger, and Matt Reese through May 11. 2833 Willamette

Red Wagon Creamery “April Showers Bring May Flowers,” a show ft. work by Red Wagon staff. 55 W. Broadway

Soriah’s Restaurant Stained glass mosaic and watercolor art works by M. Shefa Marcus through May 10. 384 W. 13th Ave

Townshend’s Teahouse Impressionist flower oil paintings on canvas by Huali. 41 W. Broadway  

Vistra Framing and Gallery Work by Jill Atkin, JS Bird, and Jacqueline Lukowski. 411 W. 4th

White Lotus Gallery “Wetlands,” new paintings by Margaret Prentice. Through May 20. 767 Willamette

University of Oregon Law Center Walt O’Brien Photography: Natural Landscapes of the American West through July 7. 1515 Agate




Calendar Submission Guidelines:


Calendar publication days are every Thursday. Due date for the calendar is Noon the Thursday before the Thursday issue in which you would like your event published. Our What's Happening calendar is an eight-day calendar, Thursday to Thursday, while our music listings calendar is a seven-day calendar, Thursday to Wednesday. 

Example: If your event happens on Wednesday, Aug. 20, your listing would appear in our Aug. 14 issue, and the listing would be due to the calendar editor on Thursday, Aug. 7. Events that happen on Thursdays may be listed in two issues if the listing is submitted on time.

To facilitate organizing our calendar listings, please send your information as text in the body of the email  to cal@eugeneweekly.com, and attach only pertinent photos as high resolution jpg files, 1MB or larger. Attaching high resolution pictures greatly increases your chances of getting featured in our weekly calendar.

Sending information mixed with images descriptions, formatting and attachments makes locating the information difficult for our calendar writers, so please send all information in text, at the top of your message. Label all photos with the name of what is pictured or the event.

At the bottom of the email feel free to add extra information and details in case we can expand on your listing a little.

The closer you are to our listing format, the better the chance of your listing getting in the way you want it!



The calendar lists free events and special events that charge admission. We list workshops under $15. 

The What's Happening Calendar no longer accepts submissions regarding music; please submit these in a separate email to the Music Listings calendar  outlined below.

To list in our calendar: Place the date (example: July 15, 2014)  in the subject line of your message. 

At the top of the message, include briefly and without extra description:

Event name, time, location, address and cost.

Refer to our online calendar listings for the format. For times, am and pm are always lowercased, and we use & instead of and. 


Some examples are:

Gatherings Eugene Astronomical Society, star party, 7:30pm, College Hill Reservoir, 24th & Lawrence. FREE.

Lectures Brown Bag: “Water Pollution Control Issues in China,” Zhuoni Wanh, 12pm, 103 Gerlinger Hall, UO Campus. 346-1521. FREE.



MUSIC LISTINGS lists music events that happen at regular venues.

Place the date in the subject line of your message. 

At the top of the message, include briefly and without extra description:

Your venue and its address

What performer– time; Genre, the cost.

Use & for and. 


Some examples are:

Sam Bond's Alpha Dalia–8; CD release, rock, n/c

Cozmic Pirate Radio–9; Punk, $5