2019

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Through the Eyes of the Artist

Posted on May 16, 2019

A new art gallery opened up this last Friday resembling way more than art hung on a wall. These paintings, pictures, and displays together make up four student’s capstone projects. The deeper meaning of this art makes it more beautiful than just taking in the fantastic art itself. When I walked in a postcard of […]

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Poetic Release

Posted on May 16, 2019

Alex Martinez visited Eastern Oregon University on April 24 at 6:30 pm to talk about his life as an undocumented, queer poet and activist. He told the story of how he got into the United States at a young age and of his experiences with being queer. Martinez was born into a poverty-struck family in […]

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Earth, Land, and Creation

Posted on May 16, 2019

  Native American artist, Ka’ila Farrell-Smith visited Eastern Oregon University on May 9, 2019, to discuss her art and activism career. Based out of Modoc Point, Oregon, Farrell-Smith creates art that focuses on the intersection between traditional Indigenous art and western paradigms. The Artist’s Talk began with Farrell-Smith introducing herself in her native language, then […]

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Unearthed: A Gallery to Browse

Posted on April 23, 2019

  For seven art students at Eastern Oregon University, an opportunity of a lifetime just began. The EOU Junior Exhibit opened at Art Center East on April 5 and will remain open until April 27. Located on the corner of Penn Ave. and 5th St., Art Center East is a great place for students to […]

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The Jack Maybe Project

Posted on April 23, 2019

  On March 14, 2019, The Jack Maybe Project performed live at Ten Depot at 7 p.m. The Jack Maybe Project is currently on a tour around Oregon with a few stops in Washington along the way. Their next stop will be in Portland on March 20. The Jack Maybe Project is made up of […]

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Song of Granite

Posted on April 23, 2019

Poster by: Oscill Scope Laboratories     “Song of Granite”: A Unique Cultural Event   Sean-Nós Singing filled Huber Auditorium on Thursday, March 14th. The free screening of the film “Song of Granite” was a great opportunity for EOU students, faculty, and outside community members to portray the unique aspects of a different culture. The […]

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Stop and Breathe

Posted on March 13, 2019

There are times in your life where fear may take over, it may be on your next test or assignment, or something, not school related. In the Leadership Speaker Series presented by Parvati Shallow, she gave an example of a breathing exercise that can take you out of the fear for a moment. This exercise […]

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“The Elephant Man”: A Stunning Performance

Posted on March 13, 2019

On March 7th a hush fell over the Schwarz Theater as opening night of “The Elephant Man” went underway. With the return of director and former professor Lyle Schwarz, it was only fitting that the production takes place in the theater named on his behalf. The two-hour production provided non-stop drama and captivating performances. For […]

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Fiber Goes Vogue

Posted on February 8, 2019

Art Center East is currently holding its third annual Fiber and Jewelry art show. It has been open for several weeks now and will continue to remain open to the public well into March. For this event, artists were asked to pick a photograph out of Vogue and use it as inspiration for a piece […]

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Triple Digits

Posted on February 8, 2019

The EOU Women’s Basketball team took the court against the Walla Walla Wolves. Home court advantage and a 19 game winning streak sent them good vibes while they were on the court the night of the 26th of January. There was a big crowd supporting the players late that Saturday night, hoping for another win […]

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