On display in the Hannon Library May 16-May 20.
Meet the Artists
Monday, May 16, 3:30-5:00 PM Library Taylor Mezzanine
All SOAR exhibitions are featured at this opening reception, open to all. Come view creative and collective projects, meet SOU artists, and discuss their works.
Connections Through Differences
A four-piece acrylic painting representing the artist’s perspective on the Holocaust, touching on four different roles in genocide: victims, perpetrators, witnesses, and global bystanders.
A Dead March
A digital projection exhibition displaying cinemagraphs of the deaths in Hamlet.
A cultural film project representing multiple Spanish-speaking countries.
Inside the Place Our Thoughts Collided & Earth
An acrylic painting (inside the place…) and a pencil drawing (Earth).
Korean Short Film
A short narrative film of a Korean exchange student. A story of three people in a bar on a red-light street. A man who just broke up with his girlfriend and a couple in a period of lassitude discuss the meaning of love.
Local Cult Documentary
A documentary that tells the first-hand accounts of two people that were abducted by a cult in the Eugene area in 2012.
Progress? Music Teacher Interviews 99 Years Later
The SOU National Association for Music Education chapter will be showing a video of their own creation in which they lightheartedly compare and contrast a music teacher’s mock job interview from 1917 with a mock interview from 2016.
Toys From The Holocaust
Wooden toys belonging to children in hiding during the Holocaust.