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Galleries Listings


Please follow these guidelines when submitting events to our calendar.

 

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

Gallery at the Watershed “Power of Visual Arts” discussion series w/Lillian Almeida, 6:30pm Thursday, April 16, RSVP to wkly.ws/202. 321 Mill

Lane County Historical Museum Pioneer Quilter’s Quilt Show, April 21-26, $7 per day, $18 for a week pass. 740 W. 13th

Morning Glory Cafe Exhibit of Botanical Art, through May 31. 450 Willamette

New Zone Gallery Art Forum 6-7pm Monday, April 20; “Get the Blues,” work by Robert Murphy; “Birds of a Feather,” work by Sally Ott. 164 W. Broadway

Raven Frame Works Prints by Perry Joseph, artist’s reception 1-3pm Saturday, April 18; exhibit runs through May 2. 325 W. Fourth

 

CONTINUING

51/50 Clothing “Whatever Haunts the Ether,” works by Bonesaww W. Bonesaw. 277 W. Broadway

Art & Jones Infusion Gallery Acrylic paintings by Sophie Navarro. 790 Willamette

Backstreet Gallery Little Dickens Best of Show Winners. 1421 Bay St., Florence

Capitello Wines Paintings by Robin Bird. 540 Charnelton

Cowfish All-Cowfish themed show celebrating club’s five-year anniversary. 62 W. Broadway

David Joyce Gallery “Tale of Two Palettes/Palates” & “Colorful Historical Stories: An Exploration of the Historical Experiences with Food,” through May. LCC Campus

Dot Dotson’s “Painted Photographs” by Hal Huestis, through May 7. 1668 Willamette

Downtown Athletic Club “Creatrix Realms,” work by Celeste Schield Jacobi. 999 Willamette

Downtown Library “Stephen Sondheim: A Career on the Cutting Edge” by LCC Depts. of Music, Dance & Theater & animal masks by Brendan McCullough. 100 W. 10th

ECO Sleep Solutions Work by Tyler Merrill, Annie Heron, Lybi Thomas, Mari Livie, Cedar Caredio & Stephen White. 25 E. Eighth

Emerald Art Center “The Alchemy of Wax & Water,” art by Jan Clark, Sue Orlaske, Linda Peterson & Denise Elizabeth Stone. 500 Main St., Spfd

Eugene Piano Academy “The West: Romance of the Frontier,” a photographic series by Dmitri von Klein. 507 Willamette

Full City High St. Cafe Work by Niki Pinney through May 10. 295 E. 13th

Full City Pearl St. & Palace Bakery Work by Thomas Callaghan& Emily Insko through May 10; Dan Kimble through May 3; Karen Diette through April 19. 842 & 844 Pearl

Gilt+Gossamer “Khaostasis: Micro & Macro Connections,” work by David CP Placencia; “Aves Femmes,” work by Marilyn Kent. 873 Willamette

Goldworks Studio Jewelry by staff. 169 E. Broadway

Harlequin Beads & Jewelry Embroidery by Cenya Eichengreen. 1027 Willamette

InEugene Real Estate Acrylic paintings by Shanna Trumbly. 100 E. Broadway

Island Park Art Gallery Art by Kathy Gunson & LaVonne Tarbox-Crone, through May 28. 215 W. C St., Spfd.

Jacobs Gallery “The Macchia Six: Landscape Painters,” art by Jerry Ross, Victorial Biedron, Jean Denis, Jaqueline Hamer Lokowski, Patti McNutt & Sally Schwader, through May 2. Hult Center

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art “Frozen Film Frames: Portraits of Filmmakers by Jonas Mekas,” through June 7; “NewArt Northwest Kids: Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream,” annual K-12 exhibit, through May 19; “The Architecture & Legacy of Pietro Belluschi,”; “The Word Became Flesh: Images of Christ in Orthodox Devotional Objects,” through June 21. UO Campus

Kenneth B Gallery Work by DiMuro & Richard Russell, through April 25. 1458 First St., Florence

LCC Art Gallery High School Art Show, through April 22. 4000 E. 30th

Lincoln Gallery “SELF,” work from local artists and OSLP participants, also digital creations by Emery Blackwell. 309 W. Fourth

Maude Kerns Art Center “African Roots: A Charles H. Tatum Retrospective,” through May 15. 1910 E. 15th

MECCA Work by students of the Network Charter School. 449 Willamette

Mezzanine Gallery “Somewhere Out There,” photography by Zeb Andrew, through May 27. UO School of Law

MODERN “Fresh! The Art of Modern Jewelry Design,” work produced by UO students. 207 E. Fifth

Ninkasi Brewery Art by screen printer & illustrator Neal Williams. 272 Van Buren

Noisette Pastry Kitchen Oil paintings by Ann Bettman. 200 W. Broadway

Oakshire Brewing “Artistic Endeavors & Rhythmic Imagery,” oil paintings by John W. Olsen, through April 23. 207 Madison

Off the Waffle “Affordable Art,” work by Margie Templeton & “Colors of the Breeze,” work by Yunie LeNoue, rthrough May 31. 840 Willamette

Oregon Art Supply “Intimate Landscapes,” paintings by John Holdway, through April 24. 1020 Pearl

Oregon Wine Lab Work from “Find the Face of William Rose” contest. 488 Lincoln

Out on a Limb Wildlife watercolors by Chuck Roehrich. 191 E. Broadway 

Pacific Rim “New Life,” works in all media by Dan Chen, Elesha McCarthy, Kathy Hoy, Yvonne Stubbs, Evelyn Jones, Elaine Young & Sandi Grubbs. 160 E. Broadway

Pacific Sky Exhibitions Work by Vincent Angel & Sommer Browning, through May 16. 180 W. Twelfth

Passionflower Design Big Easter Bash & 21st Birthday Party. 128 E. Broadway

Schrager & Clarke Gallery Work by Rick Bartow, through May 16. 760 Willamette

Springfield City Hall Work by Jean Liittschwager & Dana Ferguson. 225 Fifth St., Spfd

Territorial Vineyards Autism Artism 2015, 30 artists living with autism. 907 W. Third

Townshend’s Teahouse Photos from Beyond Toxic’s “Imagining a World Beyond Toxics” photo contest. 41 W. Broadway

UO Museum of Natural & Cultural History “Restore Oregon,” photos by UO environmental studies students; “Explore Oregon: 300 Million Years of Northwest Natural History”; “Site Seeing: Snapshots of Historical Archaeology in Oregon”; “Oregon: Where Past is Present: 10,000-year-old shoes & other wonders”; “Road Trip: The Roadside Geology of Oregon”; & highlights of the Jensen Arctic Exhibit. UO Campus

Urban Lumber Co. Hardwood furniture from salvaged trees. 28 E. Broadway

Urban Therapeutic Bicycle-themed artwork by participants in Oregon Supported Living Program’s arts & culture program. 749 Willamette

Vistra Framing & Gallery “East Meets West,” an eclectic approach to framing Asian art. 160 E. Broadway

Wandering Goat “Encamped Upon the Borderland,” art by Mattias D. Roth, through April 23. 268 Madison

WOW hall “Savage,” paintings by H.I. Rand, through April 24. 291 W. Eighth

 

 

 


Calendar/Gallery Submission Guidelines:

The DEADLINE for calendar & music listings submissions is 5pm on Thursday ONE WEEK before the issue in which you would like to appear. For example, listings for an issue on 3/8 would need to arrive on 3/1.

To facilitate organizing our calendar listings, please send your information as text in the body of the email (cal@eugeneweekly.com), and attach only pertinent photos as high resolution jpg files.

Sending information mixed with images descriptions, formatting and attachments makes locating the information difficult for our calendar writers, 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 email these in the Music Listings format outlined below.

To list in our calendar: Place the date in the subject line of your message. 

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

What event, the time, the place. contact info. the 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. 346-1521. FREE.

 

For MUSIC LISTINGS

MUSIC LISTINGS lists music and entertainment 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