The Fuzzy Beuys will be performing a surprise VJ set Friday night from 5:30-6:30 downtown at the Park Blocks. Also get your dance on with outstanding live soul, funk and jazz from Sam & the Courtesy Clerks. There will also be vegan street food from Vengan Pa’Ka, delectable dumplings from The Dumpling Group and festive alcoholic beverages from Thinking Tree Distillery. Sam & the Courtesy Clerks entertain you starting at 5:30 p.m, while a variety of PNW visual artists augment the space using state-of-the-art projection mapping techniques.
For more information on the “Fridays at the Park Blocks” click here.
Sam and the Courtesy Clerks (w/ visuals by The Fuzzy Beuys) Friday, December 8 • 4:30-6:30 p.m. West Park Block, 8th & Oak
Terry Holloway will be collaborating with two local artists for the upcoming “Light Up the Night” event in Eugene, Oregon. “Spark,” a light installation created with Cari Ingrassia, will make its second appearance in Eugene. It is made up of over 100 motion-reactive lights that display a celebration of creativity and inspiration. With “The Painted Piano”, colored projections onto a piano enhanced by David Placencia will react to sound as the instrument is played.
“Light Up the Night” is supported by ArtCity Eugene, the Lane Arts Council, and City of Eugene Cultural Services, and will present a “showcase of multidisciplinary artists that use light and/or film to create artistic expression in the darkness of nightfall”. It will be the 7:00 stop on the Lane Art Council’s First Friday Art Walk, guest hosted by KLCC’s Eric Alan.
Light Up the Night
Friday Night, December 1st 5:30 – 8:00 pm 8th & Oak
Daydreams is a collection of sculptural installations by Terry Holloway and will be premiering in November. The show uses sculptural and technological elements to help add a fun and unique artistic experience to the lobby of the Broadway Commerce Center. Daydreams is comprised of 3 different installations, each dealing with themes of color, surrealism, imagination, and scale. Each piece has been made for past Object After Life Challenges, which repurposes used materials into works of art.
The show will be on display at the Broadway Commerce Center (44 W Broadway) in Eugene until Nov 27th.
“Daydreams” installations by Terry Holloway Broadway Commerce Center Lobby 44 W Broadway Eugene, OR November 3rd – November 27th, 2017
Local installation artists, Cari Ingrassia and Terry Holloway team up to present “Spark,” a celebration of creativity and inspiration. The new installation is made up of over 100 motion activate lights that are triggered as the viewer walks around the piece. Small packages of “unborn ideas” are illuminated to reveal random fragments of the viewers imagination.
The installation is located downtown at the Broadway Commerce Center (behind Barn Light, Sizzle Pie, and Killer Burger).
Regular business hours are Monday – Friday 9am – 6pm.
Opening reception during First Friday ArtWalk: Friday August 4, 2017 5:30–8:00 pm 44 W Broadway, Eugene, Oregon, 97401
This work will remain on display through August 31.
Terry Holloway will be participating in this year’s PLATFORM Festival on May 6, at the EMU on the University of Oregon campus in Eugene. He will be collaborating with fellow Oregon artists, Mei-Ling Lee and Sarah Nemecek in a piece titled, “Beautiful Feather,” which incorporates musical composition, dancing, and video projection. The performance will be happening on the landing over Oregon Plaza promptly from 9:15-9:25pm.
The Integrated Arts PLATFORM Festival is supported by the City of Eugene Cultural Services and the University of Oregon, Harmonic Laboratory, and offers a “full-evening collaborative art experience.” The festival regularly collaborates with over 70 artists, musicians, and dancers to showcase work by and for the residents of Eugene, OR. This year’s theme is Marginalized Voices. To find out more click here.
PLATFORM will take place May 6, 2017 from 8p – 11p (doors at 7p) at the Erb Memorial Union (EMU) on the University of Oregon campus. We invite you to an evening of art, expression and community.
Terry Holloway unleashes a surprise video installation, “Lazy Eyes” in downtown Springfield on Friday night.The Installation is free to attend and will run from 5:30-8:00pm at 336 Main St (right next to Planktown Brewery.) There will be live music, food, and more!
Click here for more info on Springfield’s 2nd Friday Artwalk.
Terry Holloway will be premiering his new piece titled “Nebula” for the Object Afterlife Show at MECCA in Eugene this month. This installation combines light, sound, and recycled objects to create a gloomy perspective of the Pacific Northwest. Terry’s material challenge this year was a large bag of used ball point pens. The pens have been torn apart, painted and combined with glass to represent falling rain drops.
Mecca’s Object Afterlife Show is opening Friday, April 7th and will be the last stop on the Lane Art’s Council First Friday Artwalk tour. Stop by at 7:30pm, Terry will be talking about his new piece and the challenges of working with repurposed materials.
Due to popular request, the Fuzzy Beuys’ Halloween installation will stay up until the First Friday Artwalk this weekend (November 4th). If you didn’t get a chance to see the installation at night, or just want to walk through it again, come on down to the corner of 19th and Willamette anytime before Midnight. The installation is inspired by favorite Halloween films of the past.
Please respect the tenants, but feel free to walk along the path to get a closer look at the details.
If you are in the downtown neighborhood stop by and check out the Halloween installation on the corner of 19th and Willamette in Eugene, Oregon. The installation will be on display from October 29th – October 31st. The lights come on at dusk and go off at MIDNIGHT every night. Enjoy!
Terry Holloway will be displaying his new work at MECCA (Materials Exchange Center for Community Arts) for their annual “Object Afterlife Art Challenge” exhibit in September. The new piece is titled, Ladies and Gentlemen We are Floating In Space. The large 4 ft. x 4 ft. circular sculpture is carved out of spray foam and incorporates mixed materials to make up its geographical features. Materials such as electrical wire, broken vinyl records, and melted wax strips can be found painted and molded into the surface. The new work continues to build on materials, themes, and techniques that are common in much of the artist’s work, while also attempting to explore new territory in means of presentation and exhibition. The challenge was to create a miniature planetary landscape that could stand alone as a sculpture or installation, while also building a detailed artistic set in which to photograph dynamic images on its surface and from a different perspective.
The exhibit opening is on Friday, September 2nd from 6:00 – 8:00pm at MECCA, 449 Willamette St. (just to the right of the Amtrak Station.)