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An art exhibit about sound and music – Register Guard

By Bob Keefer, The Register Guard Eugene has long been called Track Town USA, but it might as well be called Music City, judging from an exhibit that opens with a reception Friday evening and runs through the month at … More…


Eugene Gets Its Own Fashion Week

EUGENE, Ore., March 1, 2011 – This April 2011, Deluxe, Kitsch and the Redoux Parlour are organizing Eugene’s first Fashion Week. Last spring, more than 700 people attended the fashion show, Carnival of Couture, and more than 55 local designers, … More…


A feel for fashion – Register Guard

By Amanda Bedortha, Special Publications for the Register Guard Spring is upon us, and local fashion designers Mira Fannin, Allison Ditson and Mitra Chester have been on the lookout for elements to incorporate into their clothing lines. Each of the … More…


Up-close and Funk-y – Register Guard

By Bob Keefer, The Register-Guard Designer David Funk has been a fixture in Eugene’s advertising and graphic design scene for more than three decades. An exhibit up at Opus VII through April 16 celebrates Funk, his work and his influence … More…


A look at some designs that get around – Register Guard

An exhibit of transportation design work ranges from bicycle wheels to the Boeing 787 By Bob Keefer, The Register-Guard Eugene is a town full of alternative transportation lovers, says Cindy Ingram. So the idea of a creating a gallery show … More…


November First Friday Artwalk – Register Guard

Art & the City, 11/06/2010 By Bob Keefer, The Register-Guard At last night’s First Friday Art Walk in downtown Eugene, hundreds of people enjoyed a balmy November evening of art, wine and good company.


Gallery Reborn – Register Guard

Owner of the shuttered Opus6ix has a plan for a comeback By Bob Keefer, The Register-Guard Opus is coming back from the ashes — emerging with a radical and perhaps even quixotic new vision of what it means to be … More…