Media Arts

Media Arts
Lane Community College

What's next, title of Media Arts 2015 student show

 Media Arts Graduate

 Exhibition and Annual

 Spring Student Show 2015

Lane Community College Media Arts Spring Student Show 2015Media Day

Media Arts Graduate Exhibition Receptions

Graphic Design Reception
Lane CC Main Art Gallery, 4pm

Multimedia and Web Design Reception
Lane CC Main Art Gallery, 5pm


Best works in Media Arts for 2014/2015


Date: Wednesday, June 10
Time: 6-8pm
Place: Building 17, 1st and 2nd floors


Media Arts Graduate Exhibitions [ongoing]

Date: Tuesday, May 26 - Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Gallery Hours: M-Th: 8am-5pm, F: 8am-4pm
Place: Lane CC Art Gallery, main campus

For more info on the exhibition and show contact Jeff Goolsby at

We offer professional technical programs with Multimedia Design, Graphic Design and Web Design that lead to certificates and/or associate of applied science degrees.

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Contact Information

Jefferson Goolsby - Media Arts Department Coordinator
Multimedia Studios/Labs: Bldg. 17/Basement
Office: Building 17, Room 105
Phone: (541) 463-5371

Mary Jo Kriendel - Arts Division Administrative Coordinator
Main Offices:
Bldg. 11/Room 101
Reception Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:00am-4:00pm
Phone: (541) 463-5409

Multimedia Design StudentMultimedia Design

Multimedia Design at Lane is a diverse and challenging program. Through a combination of audio engineering, video production, computer technology, studio arts and theory our students receive a well-rounded introduction to the various aspects of multimedia. We train our students on the most current technology being used today and we require that our students complete two internships during the course of their study. When our graduates enter the work force they do so with a competitive edge and a strong portfolio.
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Graphic Design Student

Graphic Design

Lane's Graphic Design program is an intensive study of both design theory and design production for print and the web. Covering everything from simple ads and page layout, creating corporate identity systems and branding to developing professional websites, students will examine all aspects of visual communication and manifest what they have learned in real-world projects. The culmination of these efforts is found in a final production class where students take on jobs from the community in teams of three with revolving roles. In this class students produce everything from magazine ads, logo designs, websites, brochures to bus graphics and large signs. This curriculum gives students hands-on experience in the industry as well as visibility in the community. Our goal is to give students the tools and credibility they need to get a job in the Graphic Design industry.
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