Our connection to the university runs deep! The Multicultural Children's Art Museum and Education Center (MCAM&EC) is a local, non-profit organization that was founded by University of Oregon alumni. Over the years numerous members of University of Oregon faculty and staff have been involved in our organization. We serve the broader Eugene-Springfield community and many of our families are associated with the university. We are proud to present several works created in our studio by the children of University of Oregon families. This show is part of the fourth annual Multicultural Children's Art Exhibit organized by Multicultural Children's Art Museum and Education Center. Many of these young artists come from multicultural, multilingual families; these artists naturally integrate their American experience and ancestral background.
Artist statement Social Justice Revisited spans five decades of select artwork (1968 – 2019): remembering, reliving, resisting. This series raises questions about personal and political relationships concerning how we live, what we have done, and what we need to do individually and collectively for peace and global survival. Biography BETTY LADUKE (American, b. 1933) resides in Ashland, Ore., where she is professor of art emeritus at Southern Oregon University, having taught there from 1964-1996. Born to emigrant parents in the Bronx, N.Y., at age 16 she was accepted into the High School of Music and Art in New York City. Upon graduation, she continued her education with scholarships at the University of Denver, the Cleveland Institute of Art, and the Instituto Allende in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. In 1963, she graduated from California State University in Los Angeles with a special secondary art teaching credential and a master’s degree in printmaking. LaDuke has exhibited widely around the United States including: the Schneider Museum of Art, Ashland, Oregon, the Brauer Museum of Art, Valparaiso University, Indiana; University Museum of New Mexico State University, Las Cruces; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas; The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago; Chattanooga African American Museum, Tennessee; Indianapolis Art Center, Indiana; the Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Oregon, and the Albany Museum of Art, Georgia. Her work is represented in public collections including Jordon Schnitzer Museum of Art, Eugene, Oregon; Brauer Museum of Art, Valparaiso, Ind.; Rensselaer Newman Foundation and Cultural Center, Troy, New York; Heifer International, Little Rock, Ark.; Portland Art Museum, Ore.; the Rogue Valley International Airport, Medford, Oregon and the Rhode Island school of Design, Museum of Art, Providence, R.I. LaDuke has received numerous awards such as the Oregon Governor’s Award in the Arts (1993) and the National Art Education Association’s Ziegfeld Award for distinguished international leadership (1996).
Connect The Ducks hosts Bingo and Trivia nights each Wednesday from 6:00 to 7:00pm at the EMU O Desk stairs! Come by to have some fun, meet cool people, and win campus cash!
Learn the basics of bike maintenance and get a hands-on instruction from Bike Program Mechanic Madeline. This night strives to facilitate a learning environment that is accessible, welcoming, and safe to those who traditionally feel unwelcome and excluded from bike culture.
*This is a safe and educational space for all self-identified women, including trans women and non-binary folk.
Location: UO Bike Program, EMU Room 008
Sign-up: Sign-up Monday-Friday noon-5 p.m. at the Outdoor & Bike Program Office, EMU 008 or call 541-346-4365.
*You are not signed up until you pay at the Outdoor and Bike Program EMU, Room 008, or the Outdoor Program Rental Barn on 18th and University Street. Hours are M-F noon-5 p.m.
OP Membership Required: Students are already members! Non-students can purchase an annual year-to-date membership for $25 or pay a $5 day-use fee by coming into one of our above-listed locations. Non-students will also need to purchase a one-time UO Community Member Card from Card Services in the Erb Memorial Union for $10. The card and membership will enable you to access our Rental Barn for outdoor gear, the Do-It-Yourself Bike Workspace, and entry to Outdoor and Bike Program events and Common Adventure trips. Questions? Email email@example.com, call 541-346-4365.
Questions about accessibility/your ability to participate? Email OPCPC@uoregon.edu.
The UO Men's Club Soccer team travels to Richland, WA for the NIRSA Region VI North tournament.
The UO Women's Club Soccer Gold team travels to Richland, WA for the NIRSA Region VI North tournament.
Come join the Outdoor Program during Healthy Campus Week! We’ll be taking a mini hike through Hendricks, our local gem of a park, it’s open to all, and suitable for kids.
Sign up at the Barn or the EMU OP office.
Hike : 12:00-2:00
Meet at the Barn at 12:00-we’ll have raincoats if necessary!
The UO Hockey team travels to Fort Myers, FL to play Florida Gulf Coast University.