Occupy Eugene is part of this month’s Last Friday Art Walk! So from 6-9 on November 25th (Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving) we will be an Art Walk stop with live music and arts galore at camp in Washington Jefferson Park.
The event will be part of a larger campaign this Black Friday to break the chains of consumerism. The Art Walk stop will take place along with “Buy Nothing Day” and Occupy the Mall on Black Friday.
In line with Buy Nothing Day Occupy Eugene is calling any artist to facilitate play-shops (workshops) during the day to give people an opportunity to make art with their family instead of taking part in mass consumption.
If interested, determine a time and place (either on the occupation site, or off the occupation site) to host a playshop.
We can help promote your play-shop (althoughhttp://occupyeugenemedia.org/wp-admin/post.php?post=7096&action=edit you should also self-promote to your web of family and friends). If you would like help with promoting the event, contact plaedo7 [at] gmail.com.
Check out Occupy Eugene highlighted in Eugene Last Friday ArtWalk
- Sam Bond’s Garage
407 Blair Blvd.
Assorted Acrylic paintings by local muralist Kari Johnson.
- Michael DiBitetto
201 Blair Blvd.
Not Showing this month.
- Ninkasi Brewery (Minors until 8 P.M.)
272 Van Buren
“A Bee’s Eye View” and attempts to capture the fantastic array of colors and shapes in Nature. Photography by Geoffrey May
- The Hot Shop Art Glass Studio
1093 W. 1st (red door on Van Buren)
Holiday Show and Sale. Come warm up with glass blowing demonstrations, hot cocoa and get all of your holiday shopping done.
- Territorial Vineyards
Third and Adams
“Something old something new”. Paintings by
Richard Quigley. MANOUCHE NOIR (gypsy jazz) will be playing 7-10 P.M.
- Wandering Goat Coffee
268 Madison St.
“Post-Humous Publication”. Mixed media by
Jacqueline Petosa and Noah Crabtree.
- Jawbreaker Gallery
796 West Fourth
“Pencil drawings” by Kavika.
- Pizza Research Institute
530 Blair Blvd.
“Something Old, Something New”. Acrylics, watercolors, and
drawings by Richard Quigley.
- New Frontier Market
1101 West 8th Ave.
Healthy, fun, and Nutritious local art.
- Occupy Eugene
Washington Jefferson Park between 6th and 7th
“Signs of Protest”. Mixed media and Music by Occupiers. By creating art, we express ourselves and the politics we embody, and are able to communicate our messages in an entertaining manner. This is art made by the people and for the people, both personal and political; art that wants to make the world a better place.
- Museum of Unfine Art
537 Willamette St.
Jeff Faulk, Katy Flanagan, Victor Brinkley,
Caroline Louise McNabb.
- Buy Nothing But Art Day
Let your lack of a voice be heard.