Visual Arts

Whiteaker Printmakers

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit fine art printmaking studio and gallery, Whiteaker Printmakers provides a 3,000-square-foot workspace full of specialized equipment, tools, and materials for nearly all traditional printmaking processes—etching, lithography, letterpress, woodcut, screen print, and more! WhitPrint offers membership and guest-artist access, assisted printmaking sessions, workshops, exhibits, and events to support the extraordinary practice of printmaking. @Whit_Print

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University Theatre

University Theatre offers five main stage shows per year. The shows take place in the Miller Theatre Complex which offers both the Robinson Theatre (300 person capacity) and the Hope Theatre (125 person capacity). University Theatre offers the opportunity for all students to participate as actors, directors, designers, choreographers, playwrights, composers, musicians, technicians, publicists and more. Follow University Theatre on all social media channels @uotheatrearts

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White Lotus Gallery

The White Lotus Gallery opened in June of 1992, inspired by the founding partners’ shared love of Asian prints. Over the years, the collection has grown to include Chinese and Japanese paintings as well as a continuing emphasis on 19th to 21st century Japanese prints. Since 2000, the gallery is also proud to represent some fine regional artists. We welcome you to visit the gallery to see their work, which we showcase throughout the year in changing exhibitions. Follow White Lotus on Instagram @whitelotusgallery1992.

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UO School of Art + Design

The School of Art + Design is a community of creatively and critically engaged artists and designers working in the fields of art and product design. The creative work generated in the school is shared in many forms, including public events that are free and open to all: the Visiting Artist Lecture Series, annual exhibitions of student work, and weekly exhibitions in multiple various exhibition spaces including the LaVerne Krause Gallery and 510 Oak building, which also houses faculty studios. @uoartdesign

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UO Center for Art Research

The Center for Art Research (CFAR), directed by University of Oregon Department of Art faculty, cultivates diverse modes of public engagement related to the practices of contemporary artists by supporting speculative research, discourse, exhibitions, and publications. CFAR also coordinates a year-round calendar of studio visits for Oregon artists by prominent visiting curators and arts writers, who offer public lectures and other forms of engagement to the community, vis-à-vis the Critical Conversations program. @uocenterforartresearch.

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T2, T2K, Tamiatree – Artist

Seeing Life and the world through the eyes of an artist is a kind of magic. Something intrinsic within us from birth. We all start out as artists. Having a rich, inner world and the drive to share that vivid imagery with others is where our true individuality shines. I dabble daily with the light and magic that is Life. Sculpting, laughing, writing stories and songs, cooking up trouble, brewing friendship and camaraderie. Tasting the night wind, I paint the purity of joyous whimsy.

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Teak, #pattrickprice, was born and raised in Southeast Alaska where he was immersed in culture. His style of art reflects that as a painter, muralist, teaching artist and storyteller. Moving to Eugene in 2017 has enlightened Teak’s creativity as a professional artist and expanded his approach in designing colorful murals, paintings, and wearable art throughout the Pacific Northwest.

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The Craft Center, University of Oregon

Celebrating 50 years!! The Craft Center is the place to begin your journey. No matter your background, at the Craft Center you can find an escape and discover your creative side. Whether you want to learn something new, or revisit past experiences, we are here for you. Art exploration, relaxation and innovation are all possible. Visit our eight studios to work independently or register for a workshop of your choice. Follow us on Instagram: @uocraftcenter.

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