ArtsWatch Weekly: Doubling down

In Oregon this week, the arts go marching two by two (and sometimes to the beat of a different drummer).


New art territory in Oregon City

At the Museum of the Oregon Territory, a "gutsy art of overcoming" creates an art show and an auction.



Vision 2020: Brenna Crotty

The CALYX editor says "men would benefit a lot from reading female-centered narratives."


Vision 2020: Connie Carly and Jerry Foster

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



Vision 2020: Rachael Carnes

Rachael Carnes says Eugene has a robust theater scene, including long-running Oregon Contemporary Theatre, which is “curating a season that is as bold and as innovative as one you might see in Portland or Ashland.”

As her career soars, a Eugene playwright says "access is the foundation for a vibrant arts scene."


Vision 2020: Christopher Acebo

A leading Oregon theater artist says extending equity to all groups is a way forward for everyone.



MusicWatch Weekly: Farewell to the king

Neil Peart

In which we bid adieu to Neil Peart and comfort ourselves with winey classical marimba, saturnalian psalms, and an operatic sistah.


Vision 2020: Martin Majkut

Rogue Valley Symphony leader: music education in the schools is the key to getting people into concert halls.



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.


Vision 2020: Yulia Arakelyan and Erik Ferguson

Wobbly duo see a dangerous world: "Hate based crime directed against people with disabilities has gone up."



Vision 2020: Yaelle Amir

A promising curator makes her mark. Her job disappears. She rolls up her sleeves and makes her mark again.


McMinnville gallery showcases young at art

A student show at The Gallery at Ten Oaks provides an encouraging view of arts education in Yamhill County.



Fish, ink, and paper

The most critical element in gyotaku, says instructor Bruce Koike, is getting the eyes right.


Vision 2020: Sean Andries and Carissa Burkett

Carissa Burkett and Sean Andries are excited about the Chehalem Cultural Center’s new Cox Family Culinary Enrichment Center as an avenue to explore art and culture. “So much of our culture is wrapped up in the food we eat and the people we share it with,” Andries says.

Leaders of Newberg's Chehalem Cultural Center look forward to more performing arts and a new culinary center.



Vision 2020: Ka’ila Farrell-Smith

Ka'ila Farrell-Smith

The Southern Oregon artist and activist creates art “rooted in Indigenous aesthetics and abstract formalism.”


Remembering the Big Blow

A Deadly Wind by John Dodge

Book author John Dodge will speak in Cannon Beach about the 1962 Columbus Day Storm.

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