ArtSpark Eugene: Igniting Opportunities for Art in Schools

Mark your calendar to attend the 2019 ArtSpark gala event on April 26th at the Shedd Institute of the Arts in Eugene!

Join us for an evening of food, drink, and fundraising to ignite opportunities for kids to make art in school. This gala evening features auctions, dinner, entertainment, and art from notable local artists.

ArtSpark Gala & Benefit Event
Friday, April […]

January 17, 2019|Uncategorized|

Feb 13 – Conversations with Funders & Partners

Eugene Public Library, Bascom-Tykeson Room, 100 W 10th Ave, Eugene

Wednesday, February 13, 12-3:30 pm
FREE!

Each year, the Oregon Cultural Trust, Oregon Arts Commission, State Historic Preservation Office, County Cultural Coalitions, Oregon Community Foundation, and other cultural organizations travel throughout Oregon to host a “speed dating” event for grant-seekers to learn about available grant programs, meet program officers face-to-face, and connect […]

January 31, 2019|Grants, Organization News|

Feb 1st Friday Friday ArtWalk

The February First Friday ArtWalk is just around the corner! Experience Calli Beck’s abstract mountain representations, “Winter Light” storefront projections presented by Harmonic Laboratory and City of Eugene Cultural Services, letterpress demonstrations by Twin Ravens Press, and more!

The guided tour, guest-hosted by John Park & Jeremy Schropp of Harmonic Laboratory, begins at 5:30pm at 5th Street Public Market (296 East […]

January 17, 2019|First Friday, Events|

Art as Activism Workshops

Lane Arts Council is partnering with the Hult Center for the Performing Arts to share about a residency with visiting artist JOJO Abot, as well as two upcoming workshops. We value that these workshops are creating opportunity important dialogue around socially-engaged art, and we would love to see our community involved.

JOJO Abot is an interdisciplinary  artist who will be at […]

January 1, 2019|Uncategorized|

Feb 4-10th #BringArtToBethel

Create arts education opportunities for kids in Bethel schools
“Arts education gives opportunities for creative expression and is crucial to the development of well balanced, healthy children.”  – Brittany Dorris, 5th Grader teacher, Bethel School District.

We couldn’t agree more.

Which is why it’s so exciting to announce that so far, fundraising efforts by many generous donors and community partners have resulted in almost […]

January 16, 2019|Uncategorized|