Portland’s All Classical teams with Linfield College

1955 Toshiba Vacuum Tube Radio. Masaki Ikeda/Wikimedia Commons

Yamhill and Polk county residents will have clearer listening to the classical radio station beginning Thursday.


Starting Over: The arts fight back

Starting Over is a new column about arts and culture in the time of the pandemic. This is its first issue.



Making music in a time of isolation

As the Oregon Symphony faces a stark financial crisis, musicians create mini-concerts from their homes.


Joanna Priestley: Discovering where the magic is

A forest of hands is among the dream-inspired images in Joanna Priestley's new film, "Jung & Restless."

The Portland filmmaker, a Sitka Center resident, calls animation a “fascinating combination of art and science.”



Voices from the front: Ghostlighting

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 theaters go dim, playwright Rachael Carnes tries video-conference plays – and leaves a light on for good luck.


DramaWatch: A new stage of “Otherness”

Unit Souzou live-streams with "The Constant State of Otherness." Plus: what isn't happening in theater.



MusicWatch Monthly: Send the fool further

We have to admit that it was very tempting to do a…



Portland Baroque Orchestra livestream March 2020.

On Wednesday, March 11, Cappella Romana executive director Mark Powell faced a…



The Show Must Go On(line)!

“Dance like no one’s watching.”  This dance world cliche danced almost mockingly…


White Bird on the brink

Have you noticed that it’s the arts we are all turning to…



VizArts Monthly: Streaming at home

Martha Daghlian's April picks highlight local arts organizations' strategies for engaging homebound viewers.


The Unknown Exhibition

Curator Lucy Cotter's show at CCAC was poignant before the pandemic. Now it is even more urgent.



Solidarity through song

Voices from the front: Anton Belov brings a community of singers together through Facebook Karaoke.


Still Life in a Time of Sequestration

As other subjects retreat into solitude, K.B. Dixon shifts his camera gaze to the beauty of domestic things.



An invitation to ‘unleash the artist’

When Christine Wichers saw how her painting, “At Home Day 9” turned out, she thought, “Dang, that’s just how I feel.” The painting is part of the Hoffman Center for the Arts’ “Creating in Place” virtual show. Photo courtesy: Hoffman Center for the Arts

Manzanita's Hoffman Center responds to the coronavirus shutdown by asking artists to take part in a virtual show.


Voices from the front: ‘We’re in it for the long haul’

The longtime owner of a Cannon Beach art gallery predicts her business will survive with help from the community.

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