Tag Archives: Art

Whiteaker’s Eugene GlassRoots Owner

By: Michaela Gilmer EUGENE, Ore.- Carefully handling each individual piece of glass as she transfers the pieces from one glass shelve to another, it is impossible to ignore the beauty of each glass piece as the sun shines through the … Continue reading

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Art Makes Whiteaker One of a Kind

By Matt Scotton EUGENE, Ore. — Take a walk through the Whiteaker neighborhood and one thing becomes apparent, art reigns supreme. The residents of Whiteaker believe that there is truly no other neighborhood like it. Stroll past Red Barn Natural … Continue reading

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The Trainsong Reminder

BY Devin Ream EUGENE, Ore. —  When you drive down Bethel Drive and look down the side streets, it reminds me of my hometown. It has its fair share of houses that are beat up and some that are nice, … Continue reading

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The Art of Being a Florist

By Elizabeth McNamara Starting with a base of green to help keep the shape of the flowers, Ashley Sandifer grabs light green hydrangeas to begin the assortment. She picks some light pink tulips and puts together a bouquet. She places the … Continue reading

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Conquering the Art History Stereotype

Article and photos by Mary Callie Gisler. EUGENE, Ore. — At first glance, you might not notice the colorful art display peaking out from under college student Aryan Zanca’s dark jeans. The orange and pink jellyfish wrap themselves around the … Continue reading

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Little anticipation for Academy Awards

University students are not eager to watch the 85th annual award show Photo by Brad Miller Eugene, Ore. -The 85th annual Academy Awards will take place February 24th at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood to celebrate and award the best … Continue reading

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Midterm: Academy Awards Not a Priority on Arts Campus

Some students turn to the Internet for results after the show is over. Post by Mary Callie Gisler. Photo by Brad Miller. EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon (UO) campus will not be rolling out the red carpet for … Continue reading

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Loitering in Lawerence: An Observation Assignment

Post and photo by Callie Gisler. In the corridors of Lawrence Hall lingers the faint sound of student voices, footsteps from the upper floors. The building feels alive with a buzz of creative energy, from the architecture students in their … Continue reading

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Still More to Improve in Downtown Springfield

By: Casey Pechan Two strip clubs and two bars have already been shut down, but according to shopkeepers, Downtown Springfield has a ways to go when it comes to gaining foot traffic. Main Street has come a long way from the … Continue reading

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A Visual Tour of the The Arts at UO

  Post and photos by Mary Callie Gisler The University of Oregon campus is home to a rich and artistic culture — from the School of Architecture and Allied Arts (AAA) and the School of Dance and Music to the … Continue reading

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