Barbara Counsil is a local Eugene artist who has created beautiful altars celebrating the land in several different places in the U.S. She shares her vision, inspiration, and about the plant and animal species that make up these unique and diverse landscapes. The...
Watch a fun painting party outside at the 5th Street Public Market in Eugene, taught by Alexander Sarmiento, owner of Studio 33 Arts. Alejandro shares with us about his background as an artist, what painting parties are like, and what kind of work he does. Find out...
Learn about the OSLP Arts and Culture Program and the opportunities it provides to the community.
Listen to an engaging conversation between Aminta Skye, a 17 year old African-American singer songwriter and arts activist, and Ricardo Llamas, a bilingual elementary school teacher and musician in Eugene. Aminta shares about what motivates her and how she gets...
Wizard of Oz stilt Walkers at the front entrance of Oregon Country Fair! How many times can the stilt walker jump rope? Watch the monkey fly!
Check out the custom handmade brooms at the Oregon Country Fair. Thurman talks about how he found his community at the Fair and moved to Eugene from Arkansas.
Meet Nancy Murphy, who has been making quilts for 50 years. Learn about how quilt making has changed since the mid-70's. Beautiful colors and patterns! Get a close up view of some of her quilts and find out why she does it, and which are her favorites. Some have...
Toni talks with us about her background and how she got started making the giant puppets, and the special significance of the designs. Hear about Bread and Puppets, where it all began, and her journey. Beautiful and colorful puppets for parades at Oregon Country Fair!
Paris Birdwell tells us about her beautiful glass art and what she loves about it. See her gorgeous art at the Oregon Country Fair.
Corona the hat maker tells us a funny story about how she got started making hats, and serenades us with a homemade song- at Oregon Country Fair.
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