ArtsWatch Weekly: Flying Colors

Lighting up the galleries, scratching out arts funding, experimenting with learning, sussing "world music."


ArtsEd: Two education experiments center arts practices

Portland education experiments, including Wayfinding Adademy and Alder Commons, often move arts education to the center of their approach.



Spaces: Arts groups and the Portland real estate game

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


$10 million for the Portland Art Museum

Longtime patron Arlene Schnitzer makes a major donation to help fund the Rothko Pavilion.



DramaWatch: Punch-Drunk Life

"She's crazy. Always has been. Always will be." Imago's "Special K" drinks deep of theatrical madness.


DramaWatch: Monster Mash-Up

Clown CoHort cavorts through Romanticism's fertile ground; openings & closings dot the theater calendar.



Falling for flamenco

Laura Onizuka will teach the Spanish dance and art form at an upcoming Lincoln City retreat.


MusicWatch Weekly: Living traditions

Portland-based kora player Will Dudley.

Matthew Neil Andrews thinks about the phantom zone of "world music" and what it really means.



A tree grows in Eugene

Eugene Ballet creates the new dance "The Large Rock and The Little Yew" and revives "Alice in Wonderland."


DanceWatch Monthly: February is all about the love

All you need is love: Oregon's February dance calendar reflects on the many ways humans love.



At Albertina Kerr, art of ebullience

Not "outside": Portland Art and Learning Studio artists create an exhilarating exhibit at Gallery 114.


Signs and Portents: The urge for color

Laurel Reed Pavic hits the First Thursday gallery shows and breaks out of the the post-twinkle winter slump.



Coming attractions: McMinnville Short Film Festival

The Yamhill County calendar also includes new gallery shows and jazz by the Christopher Brown Quartet.


Land and Water: By Necessity

A gathering of Native American activists and a documentary film join the battle against climate threats.



Coast calendar: Telling stories and singing songs

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Pacific Story Slam continues, chanteuse Lady Rizo visits, and theatrical comedies offer Elvis and old folks.


‘Tightrope’: A working class in tatters

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Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn will talk about their book, "Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope."

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