Fall Workshop Series: Regarding Conflict
Dates: Tuesdays, October 30th, November 6th, and November 13th
Time: 6:30 to 8:30 PM
Location: OSLP Arts & Culture Program Gallery
309 W. 4th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401
Instructor: Darren Reiley
Regarding Conflict is a four-part communication workshop designed to look deeply and critically at the way we communicate with others in conflict situations. It will cover nonviolent communication principles, examining our own patterns of dealing with conflict, and developing strategies for managing conflicts.
Darren Reiley is the Regional Affiliate Director for PeaceJam in the Pacific Northwest. He holds master’s degrees in English and Folklore, and has been teaching and developing curriculum for educational programs for 20 years at all levels from elementary to university, with a particular focus in Peace and Conflict Studies. In addition to managing PeaceJam Northwest, he facilitates public workshops in subjects like Conflict Resolution, Compassionate Communication, and Deliberate Living. www.darrenreiley.com
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Look Me in the Eye Exhibition & Reception
Friday, October 5th, OSLP Arts & Culture Program will be the first stop for Lane Arts Council's First Friday ArtWalk Guided Tour. The ArtWalk host is recently crowned SLUG Queen, Queen Sluggita Incognita. The reception starts at 5:30 and goes until 8PM. To download a copy of the ArtWalk Guide or to get more information about First Friday ArtWalk Events, go to http://lanearts.org/first-friday-artwalk/
“Look Me in the Eye” is an exhibition inspired by the Look Me in the Eye campaign now in its 7th year. The campaign is a partnership between Oregon Supported Living Program and Full Access, promoting respect and inclusion for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. This exhibition builds bridges to a more inclusive community through the universal language of creative expression. Included are 2D and 3D works from artists of the Oregon Supported Living Program, as well as the greater community. The Community Room Gallery highlights the wonderful mixed media artwork of Lisa Yu for the month of October.
Welcome Joseph Peila!!
We are excited to announce our new Resident Artist to OSLP Arts and Culture Program! Joseph has been an artist and creative professional for over 25 years. Mentoring and teaching about art are his passion. He has been called a renaissance man by too many of his friends. Joseph has gotten his hands dirty in many areas, as well. From being a produce clerk for many years during his youth to working for top-notch design firms as a graphic designer and photographer to being an alfalfa farmer, and recently, a dedicated volunteer for OSLP Arts & Culture. Not to mention being an exhibiting artist, mentor, and teacher to many. He is a master at creating ideas and empowering individuals.
Please join us in giving a warm welcome to Joe on October 1st during the Fall Term Meet & Greet or when you see him during Open Studio on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays!
Registration for Fall Term now open!
Do you know what classes you want to take? Then head straight on over to our Registration page here to sign up for one of our many offerings this Fall Term.
Need to know the who, what, when, and where? See our Classes|Workshops page here!
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