Wake up. Put on your game face. Ready or not, theater doors are open and a strange revival’s under way.
Stage & Studio: A conversation with founder Sankar Raman, plus a father’s talk with his daughter 20 years ago on 9/11.
ArtsWatch Weekly: Performances all over; a presidential son and the art market; a hoop star’s big art gift.
Stage & Studio: The NY Times best-selling author talks about her Portland roots and Mixed-Race identity.
A momentous podcast conversation with the artistic directors of two leading Portland youth companies.
Dmae Roberts talks with the makers of a new incubator for Black/Queer Theatre, from Fuse and OUTwright.
ArtsWatch Weekly: Oregon laureate has projects for the money. Plus: Classical Up Close, theater, egg art, more.
The festival’s in full swing through June 30. Dmae Roberts talks with founders Laura Lo Forti and Damaris Webb.
ArtsWatch Weekly: We’re emerging, but into what? The culture, and the arts world, consider the possibilities.
Stage & Studio: A gay Taiwanese-American filmmaker documents LGBTQ+ climbers’ quest to climb Mt. Hood.
ArtsWatch Weekly: Storm Large and 3 Leg Torso make a movie, Chamber Music NW goes live, the Joy of words.
The director of Lauren Yee’s “The Great Leap” talks via podcast about racial equity, sound design & virtual theater.
ArtsWatch Weekly: Portland Oscar nod; Dawson Carr’s big day; dance dive; laureate speaks; big BRAVO.
Stage & Studio: Dmae Roberts and Portland’s arts advocate talk about Covid relief, EDI initiatives, what’s next.
ArtsWatch Weekly: Photography gets (beyond) real, art museum reshuffles, Ashland’s indie film fest.
How a monologue series about race, gender, and sexual identity leapt from stage to screen.
ArtsWatch Weekly: Ready or not, things are opening. Plus Lillian Pitt & Friends, opera breaks out, poetry time.
ArtsWatch Weekly: Amid a time of violence in America, art that remembers its roots and looks beyond.
Stage & Studio: Dmae Roberts talks with artist and curator Wong about challenging stereotypes and anti-Asian racism.
ArtsWatch Weekly: A year into shutdown, signs of revival: Stimulus aid for the arts, museums reopening, a theater with an audience of 1 to 5.