Let's Talk About Love Exhibition
Opening reception is Friday, January 4th at 5:30PM and the exhibition runs until Friday, February 22nd.
In the Community Gallery, we have Andrea Ros as our featured community artist for January and starting February 1st, M. V. Moran will be our featured artist.
Please join us in February on Friday, Feb. 1st for our Artwalk Reception and live poetry reading. Or come by the Lincoln Gallery at 309 W. 4th Ave, Tuesday - Friday, 10AM to 5PM.
January's Creative Workshop: Love Your Letters
With Judy Black and Heidi Stolp
Saturday, January 26th, 2019
1:00 to 3:00 PM
OSLP Arts & Culture Program Gallery
309 W. 4th, Ave, Suite 100, Eugene
Come join us for an afternoon of fun with letters! The theme is LOVE, so we hope that you will learn to love your letters even more. We will provide all the supplies to make your own cards and envelopes using stamps, heart cut-outs, origami folds and various background techniques.
We will share calligraphy examples of simple mono-line alphabets to write your greetings or suggested short poems about love.
Activities will be available for all levels of experience. Click here to register today!
Registration now open for Winter Term 2019!
Registration is now open for Winter Term classes! Start here to register! If you have questions about scholarship availability, please contact our Program Coordinator, Sterling Israel, at 541-636-3119 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Days of Culture Winning Image!
Volunteers Zachary Moen & Kailey Ruiz add some finishing touches!
Days of Culture, Train of Thought
by Kim Stafford
Here’s how art works: someone
sitting in a chair, or standing on the ground,
or perching on a ladder marks a vision
to sustain someone passing by in haste--
a train of thought, a dream in paint, a façade
that once was brick but now is dressed
to brighten the maker and the witness
equally, art-supported living vibrant at engine
and caboose, youth and age, beginner
and old master. For some see wall and think
wall. Some see a person struggling for ordinary
rights and only see the struggle. But some see
a wall as space for color, and a person struggling
as art maker, pleasure maker, hands for brightening
any corner, any wall, any space in the humdrum
that could be vibrant and alive. The train is a wall
is art is the work of noble hands.