Lillian Almeida

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Dead Loss: Lillian Almeida and Maddison Colvin

Slightly Coffee Roasters (previously Barn Light East)

March 31st - April 26th, 2018


Eugene Weekly, Spring Forth, 4/12/2018

‘Dead Loss’ is part of Eugene Contemporary Art’s 2018 exhibition series


Eugene Contemporary Art Video

https://vimeo.com/260487622


Integrated Arts PLATFORM Festival

May 6, 2017 • Erb Memorial Union, Eugene, OR


Producer: the Odyssey of these Days

a multimedia exhibit of art & music that delves into grief and emerges with hope

March 3 & 4, 2017


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BRIDGE Exhibitions


Contemporary Art


The City of Eugene’s BRIDGE Exhibitions, creates opportunities for innovative, contemporary art projects, pieces or experiences that explore, express or reflect social, personal, political or ecological issues of the times.

Artists and organizations engage in conversation with curator, Lillian Almeida, to effectively place locally generated contemporary art projects in the public eye.

These works activate public spaces and highlight artists and arts organizations that creatively contribute to the current discourse in our community and beyond.


LILLIAN ALMEIDA, Curator


Lillian Almeida has been a working artist for as long as she can remember. Through more than 30 years working and teaching classes in her various art studios she has maintained a passionate interest in fostering greater connections among local artists and finding the resources that will grow their practices. Since moving to Lane County in 1995 she has built a network to help her further art. She is a founding member of Art City Eugene and the brainchild behind BRIDGE Exhibitions, which debuts this summer during the Visual Arts Festival. The founding principal behind BRIDGE is providing support for contemporary art in Eugene to grow. She believes contemporary art needs a team, long-term support and collaboration, and BRIDGE seeks to connect the gap between what contemporary art is and the public.