Oregon Trail Lacemakers Guild

The stated purpose of Oregon Trail Lacemakers is "to preserve & expand the enjoyment of the unique art of lacemaking by practicing, teaching, demonstrating, and celebrating lace in both historical & contemporary styles. Since 2003, we have been a chartered member of IOLI, the International Organization of Lace, Inc." We encourage different types of lacemaking, including tatting, crocheting, knitting, hardanger, and more. Our focus has been on bobbin lace, which we teach.

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Music Education & Performing Artists Association

MEPAA provides access to music education and the arts by removing barriers and identifying resources for inclusion, exploration, and success. Connecting the community and encouraging engagement through mentorship and positive arts experiences, MEPAA provides long term support for youth, artists, and families. The new MEPAA Music & Arts Center (MAC) opened in January of 2022 and we look forward to welcoming you into the new space!

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Jerry Ross Studios

Jerry Ross is an established portrait and landscape painter living/working in Eugene since 1974. An arts activist, he has played a role in the founding and survival of a variety of arts groups: DIVA, POEM, New Zone, DIVA Drain, Club Macchia, and the Salon des Refises. His style is "American verismo" based on Italian painting theories and ideas from 2 main streams of influence: Italian and Chinese. Ross teaches T'ai Chi and painting classes and is accepting students.

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KindTree – Autism Rocks

KindTree – Autism Rocks serves artists with autism through our 100-plus member Art Guild, art and music classes, artist promotion, art displays in local businesses, fundraising, scholarships, and annual Festival of Art for All event. Serving and celebrating people with autism since 1997. Facebook:

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Fuse Jewelry Collective

Eugene, Oregon’s first Makerspace dedicated to all things jewelry! Fuse Jewelry Collective is a place for jewelry lovers to learn, shop, create, and connect. Founded by local jewelers Savannah Hunter and Una Barrett, FUSE Jewelry Collective is on the corner of 13th & Oak in downtown Eugene. FUSE offers jewelry classes, DIY wedding band workshops, bench rentals and private studio spaces, as well as a designer jewelry showroom open to the public. Join our email list at and follow Fuse Jewelry Collective on Instagram @fusejewelrycollective!

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Heather L Halpern

Founder and Director of Whiteaker Printmakers Fine Art Studio & Gallery, Heather Halpern practices and teaches multiple art-making methods. Primarily a traditional printmaker (mezzotint, etching, engraving, drypoint, woodcut, linocut, lithography, monotype, and more), she is also a painter (oil, acrylic, watercolor, encaustic, pastel) and sculptor (clay, stone). Heather is known for her poignant visual narratives. Her award-winning work has been shown around the world.

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Heather LeCompte

Heather LeCompte is a mixed-media artist, illustrator, and expressive arts facilitator who teaches expressive arts workshops centered around themes such as empowerment, self-care, compassion, acceptance, creativity, and storytelling. Heather teaches in-person and online workshops for local organizations and businesses, and to people all over the world. You can connect with Heather through social media ( on Instagram) or email her at

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Create for Healing

Create for Healing is a creative community offering courses, workshops, community projects, and more that explore the intuitive nature of creativity to heal the wounds we carry during the human experience. Create For Healing provides activities of art-making, writing, and community support to improve one’s well-being. We are here to offer a safe haven of compassion, encouragement, and endless creativity for your healing journey. Follow on Instagram @createforhealing

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