Spaces: Arts groups and the Portland real estate game

As rapid development tightens the real estate market in Portland's inner core, arts groups are trying to play the game.


ArtsWatch Weekly: Big bucks, big visions

Following up on Portland Art Museum's $10 million Rothko Pavilion gift; a fond farewell to Vision 2020.



Vision 2020: Dañel Malán

Teatro Milagro's leader talks about bilingual arts and the joys and perils of taking the show on the road.


Vision 2020: Raúl Gómez

Metropolitan Youth Symphony leader: In a troubled world, schools need to teach the empathy of the arts.



DramaWatch: Working up a “Sweat”

Christopher Acebo stages Lynn Nottage's timely look at labor for Profile. Plus, a burst of new shows.


Vision 2020: Connie Carley and Jerry Foster

For almost four decades the leaders of PassinArt have forged a strong path for Black theater in Portland.



MusicWatch Weekly: The fanfare zone

Tonight, tonight, tonight! Your busy music editor has to miss a bunch…


A cello, a violin, a final grace note

At a North Portland school, a music lover and BRAVO music students meet and learn in the circle of life.



Photo First: Hope and joy

A showcase of student dancers highlights the talent and promise of a new generation.


Dance Preview: Linda Austin’s ‘a world, a world’

Dancemaker Linda Austin concludes her four-year experiment with the way we remember, forget, re-imagine and recreate art.



Unwound and unbound

Rachel Rosenfield Lafo considers the artist's meditative fiber sculptures made from deconstructed canvases


‘Nothing at all of this is fixed’

A visit to see Dorothy Goode's joyful, merging, overlapping, playful paintings.



Coast calendar: Long-lost drawings and celebrating the nude

A fundraiser auctions a Rick Bartow sketch and the 14th annual "Au Naturel" show opens in Astoria.


Raúl Gómez: Living in a world of optimism

Metropolitan Youth Symphony director talks full STEAM ahead about the links among science, education, and the arts.



Yamhill County calendar: From tea to ‘Tightrope’

Gallery shows on glass, Rogue River Wars, and tea service; a play reading; and a native son comes to town.


Vision 2020: Kristin Shauck

The Clatsop CC teacher loves Astoria’s grittiness, but sees gentrification putting the squeeze on her students.

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