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-The (sub)Urban Projections team


(sub)Urban Projections Thanks You!

The (sub)Urban Projections team would like to give one last shout out and thanks to all of our supporters and sponsors:

City of Eugene Cultural Service & Public Art Program

Hult Center for the Performing Arts/City of Eugene

Elisa Saturno

Don Woodard

Harmonic Lab

Oregon Electric Station

Data ex Machina

Hannah Bulkley

Epark Eugene

New Zone Gallery

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Josh Chadwick

Ninkasi Brewing

Cal Young Middle School – Eugene 4J Students

Eric Schiff

Xiaoran Jonathan Wu

Eugene Contemporary Chamber Ensemble

MECCA: Materials Exchange Center for the Community Arts

Mija Marie


Ian Clark

John Fenn

University of Oregon Arts and Administration Program

Kendall Auto Group

And all you fantastic people and volunteers that came out to our events! Thank you!

Final Night: Wednesday, Nov 14th, 7-9pm

The (sub) Urban Projections team wants to thank everyone for their continued support. Saturday, Nov 10th we had a great turnout and amazing art to enjoy. We are so thankful to our artists, our audience, and our sponsors. Please join us for our final event: Wednesday Nov 14th from 7-9pm at the top of the Hult Center Parking Garage (roughly 6th Ave and Willamette St) Our featured artist will be Harmonic Lab. See you out there!

(sub) Urban Projections at MECCA photo by Hannah Mahoney

(sub) Urban Projections at MECCA photo by Brandon Shaneyfelt

Saturday, Nov 10th from 7-9pm at MECCA

Thanks to all who have been attending the festival. Our next event is this Saturday, Nov 10th from 7-9pm at MECCA. MECCA is at 449 Willamette Street  Eugene, OR 97401, right next to the Eugene train station. The program will be a collaboration between digital artist Jonathan Wu and the Eugene Contemporary Chamber Ensemble (ECCE). ECCE will be performing Steve Reich’s Different Trains for string quartet- 2 violins, 1 viola, and 1 cello, and pre-recorded tape. Additionally we will have an intermission by students at Cal Young Middle School who will be showcasing some of their work at (sub)Urban Projections this year. Much of their work will be digital videos ranging in subject matter from events in their own lives, school related issues, and beyond. Check out the trailer!

Cal Young Middle School Digital Production Trailer

(sub) Urban Projections 2012!

Monday, Nov 5th we officially kicked off this year’s festival at Kendall Honda Thanks to all who came out and huge thanks to Kendall Auto!

Find us downtown Eugene for the rest of the Festival:

Date: Wednesday, Nov. 7th, 7-9pm
Location:Top of the Oak St. Alley parking garage between Broadway & 10th

Featured Artist: Ian Clark 

Date: Saturday, Nov. 10th, 7-9pm
Location: MECCA  449 Willamette St. – right next to the Amtrak Station.

Featured Artist: Jonathan Wu & ECCE

Date: Wednesday, Nov 14th, 7-9pm
Location: Top of the Hult Center Parking Garage (roughly 6th Ave. & Willamette) 

Featured Artist: Harmonic Lab 

See you around downtown Eugene!

Kick off Night: Monday Nov 5th!

Come out to Kendall Honda Dealership for our Kickoff Night. Kendall Honda 846 Goodpasture Island Rd, Eugene. We will be projecting art, previewing art that will be at our upcoming nights and offering food and adult beverages for the public as we lead into our festival week. Be sure to find us downtown on the following nights too:

Wednesday, Nov. 7th, 7-9pm at Oak St. Alley and adjacent parking garage between Broadway & 10th

Saturday, Nov. 10th, 7-9pm at MECCA 449 Willamette St. – right next to the Amtrak Station.

Wednesday, Nov 14th, 7-9pm at Top of the Hult Center Parking Garage (roughly 6th Ave. & Willamette)

2012’s Featured Artists

(sub) Urban Projections is proud to announce this year’s featured artists:

Ian Clark

Harmonic Lab

Jonathan Wu and the Eugene Contemporary Chamber Ensemble (ECCE) 

We are greatly looking forward to this year’s festival.

It’s time for SUP 2012

(sub)Urban Projections 2012 is well underway as we approach Fall. We have announced this year’s dates and locations:

Wednesday, November 7, 2012: Oak Street Alley

Saturday, November 10, 2012: 5th & Willamette

Wednesday, November 14, 2012: Hult Center Parking Garage

We encourage any artists and collaborators to contact the creative team at for further information and opportunities.

We are really looking forward to (sub)Urban Projections 2012!

Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who supported us this year in Eugene’s first ever Projection Festival downtown.  We hope everyone enjoyed the festival and were inspired to re-imagine art in ways we can’t even imagine!  Please continue to share us with your friends, colleagues, and local businesses.  If you are interested in becoming involved through artwork, sponsorships, letting us use your building or volunteering at next years event, please contact us with any questions at   Again, a huge thank you to everyone for making this possible, and please come back next year.  Happy holidays from the co-creative team here at (sub)Urban Projections!

Photo credit, Emily Dobkin

Photo credit, Emily Dobkin


And the winners are…

Congratulations to the winners of this year’s short video program! We had many excellent submissions, twenty of which are included in the festival program. The following submissions were selected by a panel of three judges for top prizes:

1st Place ($1,000): Kiron Hussain,  Slick Horsing, New Castle Upon Tyme, England

2nd Place ($500): Surya Buchwald, Circus of Lost Souls, Portland, OR

3rd Place ($300): Doug Potts, AUU (And Uh Um), Orange CA

The (sub)Urban Projections 2011 judges were: Jill Hartz, Executive Director of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene; Joseph Moore, member of the City of Eugene Public Art Committee; and John Fenn III, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Arts and Administration (Media Management), University of Oregon.