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Please follow these guidelines when submitting events to our calendar.

 

Last Friday Art Walk

Hit the Whit Friday, May 27, for the neighborhood’s Last Friday Art Walk. Most participating venues are open from 5:30pm to 8:30pm or later. Some offer live music and refreshments.

Ninkasi Works by Dana Haggerty. 272 Van Buren

Oakshire Brewing Works by Sarah Richards. 207 Madison

Studio 7 Works by Alex Ihnat. 1002 W. 2nd

Studio 385 Film Screening: Annie Leibovitz: Life Through a Lens, 7pm Friday, May 27. 385 W. 2nd

The Wandering Goat “Gnomes & Wizard Homes” by Nathan Vieland & Sully Huckston Jellyberry. 268 Madison

 

OPENING

McMillan Spring Studio Works by Patti Lomont, Karen Russo, Mara Friedman, Roka Walsh & Shannon Weber, 10am-5pm Saturday, May 28. 615 Main

 

CONTINUING

A-3 Works by Brynna Hendrick. 615 Main

American Institute of Architects “People’s Choice Awards,” showcasing outstanding architecture & landscape architecture projects. 44 W. Broadway

The Arts Center “3 Narratives” by Larry Calkins, Georgianna Nehl & Liisa Rahkonen. 700 SW. Madison, Corvallis

Backstreet Gallery Works by John Leasure & Caroline Estill. 1421 Bay, Florence

Barn Light East Paintings by Liza Burns. 924 Willamette

Benton County Museum Works by Martha Wehrle. 1101 Main, Philomath

Bohemia Apothecary & Tea of Life Works by Anna Helena Jackson & Ala Amundson. 950 W. 5th

BRING “Experiments & Collections” by Marilyn Kent. 4446 Franklin

Broadway Commerce Center “A Visual History of KWVA Campus Radio: 1983-Now.” 44 W. Broadway

Claim 52 @ Abbey Photographs by Thomas Moser. 418 A 

Claim 52 Brewing Blunt Graffix Studio Art Show. 1030 Tyinn

Cowfish Group show by artists from The Parlour Tattoo. 62 W. Broadway

David Joyce Gallery “Taking Flight: A Visual Voyage,” highlighting Eugene Airport’s iconic “flying people.” LCC campus

Ditch Projects Works by Julian Rogers & Peter Burr. 303 S. 5th, Spfd

Dot Dotson’s “Wanderings” by Lynn Dean. 1668 Willamette

Emerald Art Center Emerald Spring Exhibition. 590 Main, Spfd

Eugene Public Library “Windows, Passages & Reflections,” photos by Leola Jewett-Verzuh. 100 W. 10th

Euphoria Chocolate Landscapes & dream-inspired pieces by Lucilla Butler. 946 Willamette

Excelsior Works by Marilyn Odland, Ellen Morrow, Samantha Hickman & Margaret Godfrey. 754 E. 13th

Fairbanks Gallery “Transitory Surface” by Michael Boonstra. OSU, Corvallis

Gallery Calapooia Works by Lauren Wingert. 222 1st, Albany

Gilt+Gossamer Work by Megan Ingram. 873 Willamette

Giustina Gallery “Loosely Bound: A Ten Tear Creative Journey” by Nancy Bryant & Cheryl Jordan. OSU, Corvallis

Growler Underground Paintings by Patti McNutt. 521 Main, Spfd

Hallie Ford Museum “Nelson Sandgren: An Artist’s Life.” Willamette University, Salem

Horsehead Wood designs by Glenn Jones. 99 W. Broadway

Hi-Fi “Art Prehistoric” by Hilllo. 44 E. 7th

Jamarosa Art Gallery Works by Barry LaVoie. 326 Main, Spfd

Jameson’s Portraits of Comedians. 115 W. Broadway

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art “Strike a Pose,” through June 5; Works by Francis Bacon, Damien Hirst, Mark Rothko & Peter Paul Rubens on view through June 12; “The Nature of Religion” by Olga Volchkova, through June 13; “Relationship” by Zachary Drucker & Rhys Ernst, through June 26; “Aliens, Monsters & Madmen: The Art of EC Comics,” through July 10; “Benevolence & Loyalty: Filial Piety in Chinese Art,” through July 31; Korean landscapes, through July 31; “Shaping the Collection,” through Sept. 4. UO

Karin Clarke Gallery Works by Carol Marine. 760 Willamette

Keven Craft Rituals Works by Keven Erika Fortner, Joslyn Alana, Jovie Belisle & Olivia Shapely, Sarah Richards & Briana Krone. 268 7th

Lincoln Gallery Artists from OSLP Arts & Culture program & Tropical Contemporary exhibit “Fritos & Cats.” 309 W. 4th

Maude Kerns Art Center “Photography at OR Commitment to Vision: 50th Anniversary Retrospective Exhibit.” 1668 Willamette

MECCA “Whimsy” by Heather Rose LeCompte. 449 Willamette

Memento Ink Paintings by Huali. 525 Main, Spfd

Mezza Luna Pizzeria Digital art show by Tom Gettys, through May 31. 933 Pearl

Mills International Center “Transcendence” by Cammy Davis, Calen Picks & Chris Foster. UO

Museum of Natural & Cultural History “Strung Together: Beads, People & History”; “The Buzz Saw Sharks of Long Ago”; “Explore Oregon”; “Oregon: Where Past is Present.” UO

Nephos Vape Werks Animal portraits by Johnmichael Lahtinen. 126 W. Broadway

New Zone Gallery “Horizon” by Kate Dolan Jones; “Some Really Great Paintings” by Hans d’Hollosy; “Mind Your Mind” contest winners; music by Eagle Park Slim. 164 W. Broadway

Noisette “Doris’ Camera,” photographs taken by Eugene Weekly arts editor Alex V. Cipolle, a culmination of work from the past year, documenting daily life & special events in color film all over Eugene & Oregon. 200 W. Broadway

O’Brien Photo Photos by Charles Search, through June 9. 2833 Willamette

Odd Fellows Lodge Oil, watercolor & pencil paintings & drawings by Leanne Miller. 342 Main, Spfd

Off the Waffle “Plein Air Watercolors” by Paul Bergault & “Pacific Northwest Mythology” by Glenn Jones, through May 31. 840 Willamette

Oregon Art Supply Works collected by Robin Irving & Rebecca Mannheimer. 1020 Pearl

Oregon Research Institute Works by Peggy Spies, through May. 225 5th, Spfd

Oregon Wine LAB Abstract oil paintings by Marlis w/music by Ezekiel Morphis. 488 Lincoln

Out on a Limb “The Flower of Grace” by Karen Russo & Mara Berendt Friedman. 191 E. Broadway

Pacific Rim Art Gallery “Doorways.” 160 E. Broadway

Pacific Sky Exhibitions “Meander” by Patrick Beaulieu & Victoria Stanton. 180 W. 12th

Passionflower Design Susan Goodwin’s Trunk Show. 128 E. Broadway

Raven Frameworks “Small Pleasures” by Anne Korn & Terry Way. 325 W. 4th

Reality Kitchen Oil paintings by John Olsen. 645 River

Red Wagon Creamery “The Fifth Way” by Red Wagoneers. 55 W. Broadway

Shadowfox “Animal Spirits.” 76 W. Broadway

Springfield City Hall Works by Wanda Seamser & Emily Proudfoot. 225 5th, Spfd

Springfield Museum Springfield High School Art Exhibit. 590 Main, Spfd

Sprout Market Works by DeeDee Draz, R. Atencio & Maya Alcott. 418 A, Spfd

Starlight Lounge Illustrations and pixelations by Tommy Harbour. 830 Olive

Studio 385 Photography at Oregon screens Ric Burns’ Ansel Adams. 385 W. 2nd

Territorial Wine Co. Works by Nancy Frances Cheeseman. 907 W. 3rd

Townshend’s Teahouse Paintings by Simon Graves. 41 W. Broadway

Tronson Gallery Abstract works by Jim Tronson. 740 Main, Spfd

UO Museum of Natural & Cultural History “Explore Oregon: 300 Million Years of Northwest Natural History”; “Oregon: Where Past is Present: 10,000-year-old shoes & other wonders”; “The Owl & the Woodpecker.” UO Campus

Vistra Framing Acrylic paintings by Shirley Reade. 160 E. Broadway

The Wayward Lamb Works by Marlis Badalich & Sam Gehrke. 150 W. Broadway

White Lotus Gallery “Flower Viewing & Fireflies: Spring & Summer in Asian Prints & Paintings,” through June 25. 767 Willamette

Whiteaker Tattoo Collective Illuminated Botanicals by Violette & Rose w/Sharden Killmore’s Dead Fly Art. 245 Van Buren

Willamalane Adult Activity Center Work by Beverly Egli. 215 W. C, Spfd

Wise Turtle Acupuncture “Owl & Rabbit” by Alysse Hennesey. 500 Main, Spfd

WOW Hall Woodmen of the World Hall Historic Exhibition. 291 W. 8th

Yankee Built Works by Emily Proudfoot. 857 Willamette

 

 

 

 


Calendar Submission Guidelines:

 

Calendar publication days are every Thursday. Due date for the calendar is 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!

 

For WHAT'S HAPPENING

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.

 

For MUSIC LISTINGS

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