BodyVox The Spin Dance Portland Oregon
March 2023

Photo First: Signs of the Times

Got something to say? In the not too distant past, Portland was a town where you could put it in writing, and take it to the street.

Stage & Studio: Priti Gandhi & ‘Thumbprint’

Portland Opera’s artistic leader talks with Dmae Lo Roberts in this podcast about assembling a 21st century Pakistani tale of justice and courage with an all-South Asian cast.

Bobby B in OMSI’s Marvel-ous universe

Spider-Man, Black Panther, X-Men, The Hulk, Eternity, The Thing and friends are hanging at Portland’s science museum through April 9. Bobby Bermea has a thing or two to say about that.

Building Community Through Stories

Two Portland creative endeavors, Telltale and the nobodies project, build artistic networks fostering inclusion and sharing.

AI wants your art. Do you have a say?

Beware, dancemaker Katherine Longstreth argues. Big Data wants to mine your creativity for profit, with no credit or compensation to you.

Outside the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood

PuzzleWatch: The Music Academy

Add some theme and variation to your Oscar viewing this year with a new crossword puzzle that’s sure to test your knowledge of winning songs and movie scores.

Frogs and Cherubs at Chefas Projects

Laura Burke’s solo exhibition “Bright blue his jacket is, and his boots are yellow” is a feast of color and charm. Jason N. Le reviews.

Photo: A Portland Journal, Part 2

As the city struggles to regain its footing, K.B. Dixon’s series of urban portraits reminds us of what Portland felt like in the not-too-distant past.

News & Notes: A prize for Dana Lynn Louis

The Portland artist and activist is the winner of this year’s Bonnie Bronson Visual Arts Fellowship. Also: a master painter and calligrapher at the Portland Chinatown Museum.

Curtain call for a beloved ballerina

After a beautiful last performance in the title role of “La Sylphide,” Xuan Cheng takes her final bow as Oregon Ballet Theatre’s principal ballerina.

VizArts Monthly: Visions of spring

March may be starting off with some residual snow but spring is around the corner and there’s plenty of art to see in the meantime. Jason N. Le has the highlights in VizArts Monthly.

Northwest Dance Project Stravinsky Portand Oregon
White Bird Dance Paul Taylor Newmark Theatre Portland Oregon
Triangle Productions The Inheritance Portland Oregon
Hand 2 Mouth Theatre Performance Portland Oregon
Northwest Dance Theatre Snow White Portland Community College Sylvania Campus Portland Oregon
Hallie Ford Museum of Art Willamette University Salem Oregon
Jamuna Chiarini Odissi Dance Echo Theater Portland Oregon
BodyVox The Spin Dance Portland Oregon
PassinArt Seven Guitars Brunish Theatre Portland Oregon
Eugene Ballet Dance Hult Center Eugene Oregon
Bonnie Bronson Fellowship Award Oregon
Portland Piano International Solo Piano Series Portland Oregon
Portland State University College of the Arts
Future Prairie Artist Collective Portland Oregon
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