Author Archives: roberthilllong

About roberthilllong

I publish photography, poetry, prose poetry, and flash fiction as Robert Hill Long. I work at the University of Oregon, and can be contacted here: rohilong [at] uoregon [dot] edu.

August 18 meeting notes

Meeting Notes For August 18th Meeting, Vero’s The meeting took place in two phases: Those showing up at 11:45 am and those coming at 12:45 pm.  This was caused by several emails with differing start times. 11:45 am:  Miriam reported … Continue reading

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7/28 meeting notes

Greg Herbert,  Northland Real Estate agent, attended the meeting and suggested that we write a letter to the US Postal Service proposing to purchase the downtown post office building.  He thought that they would prefer to work with a non-profit … Continue reading

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July 7 Meeting Notes

First order of business was “concept clarification:” making a list of desired museum features: 1. gallery and exhibition space 2. storage space for the permanent collection 3. administrative offices 4. workshop/prep area 5. artist residencies/studios 6. classrooms 7. conference rooms … Continue reading

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7/7 meeting time changed to 1:30 @Vero

The POEM meeting has been pushed back to 1:30 pm Wednesday 7/7 so that members and the public can attend a noon webinar on federal funding for sustainable communities planning and development–especially for communities incorporating the arts as part of … Continue reading

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June 23 Meeting Notes

Jerry Ross notes from meeting at Vero, 6-23-10: The meeting was very successful, pulling together a mission statement, clarifying that our focus is a Pacific Northwest Art Museum to preserve, protect, and educate about PNW art with our first goal … Continue reading

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POEM meetings

POEM’s basic aim is to create a museum in downtown Eugene dedicated to historic and contemporary art of the Pacific Northwest. Beyond that, POEM’s people hope to make the historic Post Office on Willamette Street that home. This hope is … Continue reading

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