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Art as Witness: Quilting a slave’s story

In the exhibition “Ms. Molly’s Voice” at the Columbia Gorge Museum, a collection of family quilts reveals beauty, pain, remembrance, and secret signs along the Underground Railroad.

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Art as Witness: Quilting a slave’s story

In the exhibition “Ms. Molly’s Voice” at the Columbia Gorge Museum, a collection of family quilts reveals beauty, pain, remembrance, and secret signs along the Underground Railroad.

Art as Witness: Quilting a slave’s story

In the exhibition “Ms. Molly’s Voice” at the Columbia Gorge Museum, a collection of family quilts reveals beauty, pain, remembrance, and secret signs along the Underground Railroad.

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Oregon Cultural Trust

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Lake Oswego Festival of Arts
Malkovich & Igudesman: Laugh to the music

The actor-comedian and his musical sidekick join the Oregon Symphony Orchestra for a wry and funny look at the slings and arrows of outrageous classical music critics.

Malkovich & Igudesman: Laugh to the music

The actor-comedian and his musical sidekick join the Oregon Symphony Orchestra for a wry and funny look at the slings and arrows of outrageous classical music critics.

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NW Dance Project
Yes says no to gender stereotypes

Artist Phyllis Yes’s paintings of a man doing housework in the buff, banned from a church gallery, find a new home – and after a half-century, her nude model comes clean.

Yes says no to gender stereotypes

Artist Phyllis Yes’s paintings of a man doing housework in the buff, banned from a church gallery, find a new home – and after a half-century, her nude model comes clean.

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Seeing America in a hazy orange tone

Review: Profile Theatre’s premiere of christopher oscar peña’s “our orange sky” tells an immigrant story steeped in ambition, family discord, and pursuit of the American Dream.

Seeing America in a hazy orange tone

Review: Profile Theatre’s premiere of christopher oscar peña’s “our orange sky” tells an immigrant story steeped in ambition, family discord, and pursuit of the American Dream.

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Maryhill Museum of Art

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The OBT Dancers in Makino Hayashi's “The Message 2024,” part of "Made in Portland." Photo by Jingzi Zhao.
Dance Review: Oregon Ballet Theatre’s ‘Made in Portland’

Featuring three world premieres by guest choreographers and a special performance by the Jefferson Dancers, this second iteration of ‘Made in Portland’ demonstrates OBT continues as, under Dani Rowe’s leadership, a creative force in the Portland dance community. 

Dance Review: Oregon Ballet Theatre’s ‘Made in Portland’

Featuring three world premieres by guest choreographers and a special performance by the Jefferson Dancers, this second iteration of ‘Made in Portland’ demonstrates OBT continues as, under Dani Rowe’s leadership, a creative force in the Portland dance community. 

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Art as Witness: Quilting a slave’s story

In the exhibition “Ms. Molly’s Voice” at the Columbia Gorge Museum, a collection of family quilts reveals beauty, pain, remembrance, and secret signs along the Underground Railroad.

Art as Witness: Quilting a slave’s story

In the exhibition “Ms. Molly’s Voice” at the Columbia Gorge Museum, a collection of family quilts reveals beauty, pain, remembrance, and secret signs along the Underground Railroad.

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Maryhill Museum of Art
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PSU College of the Arts
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