Oct 01 Sunday
This will be the 1st annual CREATORS & CULTURE FESTIVAL!
Featuring vendors with arts, up-cycled, woodworking, ceramics, glass, painting, authors, handmade, leather work, jewelry, home decor, and much more! Demonstrations throughout the festival will help you learn about various art forms and experience artisans skills first hand.
Our stage will be graced with a variety of culturally diverse acts, no cover bands here! Immerse yourself in some of the best artisans around while you enjoy entertainment from around the world!
Support Native American and Indigenous artists and come to the First Sunday Eugene Native American Arts & Crafts Market (NAACM) at the Farmers Market Pavilion. NAACM will be held the First Sunday thru December 2023, 10am-4pm. Shop for authentic Native American beadwork, jewelry, graphic arts and clothing.
The Native American Arts & Crafts Market is a gathering of Native American and Indigenous artists and crafters.
Held on the first Sunday of every month until the end of the year, the Native American Arts & Crafts Market (NAACM) is a gathering of Native American and Indigenous artists and crafters. The Eugene NAACM’s mission is to provide a safe and supportive venue for the creativity of these skilled artisans. Come shop for authentic beadwork, jewelry, graphic arts and clothing.
Glenn Ligon: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation brings together works on paper by the influential artist that explore how constructions of Blackness in the United States infuse popular culture, literature, and history.
The artworks included in the exhibition span five decades, from 1970-2020, and are drawn together for how they creatively call attention to the impact and history of forced migrations, industrialization, global capitalism, and trauma on humans and the contemporary landscape.
Featuring the series “Narratives,” 1993, Self Portrait at Nine Years Old (James Brown), 2008, and End of Year Reports, 2003, among other artworks, the exhibition provides insights into Ligon’s long-running aesthetic interrogations into his personal social positioning and experiences as a queer, Black man. The structures and histories that make these shared identity categories are also made subject in the artist's critical examination. The artworks engage the entangled histories of race, literature, and culture, with a broad range of references from slave narratives to children’s coloring books. Together, they poignantly articulate the role of language and popular culture in the structuring of the self—and society—in both the past and present.
MUSEUM HOURSWednesday: 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.*Thursday - Sunday: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.*Academic Visits by appointment Monday - Thursday. *Last admissions are 30 minutes prior to closing
CLOSURESClosed on Friday, September 22Closed Early at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, November 22Closed on Thursday, November 24Closed on Friday, November 25
At JosephJane Winery, 155 Lower Garden Valley Rd, Roseburg, OR , The Sunny Sky Boys (guitarist Jerry Ashford & mandolinist Joe Ross) perform on the First Sunday each month from 3-5 pm. Special guests sometimes join the duo on bass (Dr Jason Heald) or fiddle (Allison Lindley). Enjoy classic hillbilly jazz, toe-tapping western swing, grooving classic country and hard-driving traditional bluegrass music played on guitar and mandolin. The two hot award-winning pickers present a wide range of material “From Chester to Lester” with even a few colorings of Celtic, Country & Classical. Wine, Beer, Cider & Wood fired pizza available for purchase.
JosephJane opened in March 2018, offering a fine selection of wines from grapes grown in the Umpqua Valley and surrounding regions. Formerly called Glaser Vineyard, the venue is both family and dog-friendly.
Winery Hours are FRI-SUN 12 - 6 pm. More INFO also at: http://www.josephjanewinery.com/https://www.facebook.com/josephjanewinery/EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.orgTEL. 541-670-0698
Oct 02 Monday
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 2 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Then, view the exhibit weekdays from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. through Nov. 2.(Please call to be sure we're open or to reserve a special viewing.)
“Moment to Moment”This “Moment to Moment” show is about how life changes generation to generation, life to life, year to year, second to second, thought to thought. And how each of those moments affect our senses, our perceptions, our feelings, our relationships and our beliefs. All are in constant motion, colliding like the drops of water running in a river.
In constant motion like a volcano that erupts in minutes but erodes over millennia. Like a flower that blooms for a few days even in barren places, fades in weeks and returns next year. Like a building that supports a family and community for a few generations and rusts.
“Join me as we celebrate our part in the constant spectacle of life, and find beauty and gratitude as we and the world change, “Moment to Moment.”
After retiring in 2015 from a distinguished career in public service, Grady Tarbutton turned to photography for artistic expression. "My goal is to create work that reveals the spirit and beauty of this world. And to do my part to engage everyone with it."