Buying gifts for the holidays? These Eugene businesses and events offer everything from beautiful high end paintings and affordable art prints to holiday-themed decorations.
As a result of Gov. Brown’s two-week freeze limiting the capacity of social gatherings, you might be rethinking your Thanksgiving travel plans. If you’re in town, you might be looking for an opportunity to be charitable. The holiday season is traditionally a time of community and graciousnes…
Lane Community College’s Student Production Association presents “The Essentials: A Virtual Storytelling Event” that tackles the meaning behind essential and how that has changed in the midst of the global pandemic through storytelling paired with music and dance.
Participants in National Novel Writing Month work toward their goal with the support of online communities.
Oregon Supported Living Program boasts a flourishing art program that is accessible to the entire community. Each year, OSLP hosts a Showcase Exhibition to show off art that was created throughout the year.
The diverse history of Oregon timber has been largely omitted from history books. “Timber Culture” explores the forgotten perspective of Black loggers in Maxville, Oregon, dating back to the 1920s.
There are dozens of different Día de los Muertos events happening across Eugene and Springfield over the next few weeks. They include art exhibits, piñata and altar making tutorials and virtual talks and celebrations.
Artist Marina Hajek has lived a complex and tumultuous life of immigrating between the US and Guatemala, experiencing different cultures and exploring them through her art. Each piece tells a story of a different life experience that Hajek has been through.