Producer, Oregon Art Beat & Oregon Field Guide
Emmy-winning producer and Oregon native Jule Gilfillan joined the OPB team in early 2010. After earning her undergraduate degree in Asian Studies and living in China for six years, Jule received an MFA in film and TV production from USC's film school. She then spent several years working in Los Angeles as an independent director, producer and writer, making television programs for NBC, MSNBC, HBO, Sundance, MTV, Planet Green, Discovery and others. She also wrote and directed several China-based films that showed at film festivals in New York, Telluride and Venice. An enthusiastic music lover, hiker and camper, Jule is delighted to be back in Oregon exploring the state's arts, culture and outdoors.
Today the Oregon chub, a tiny minnow that exists only in the Willamette Valley, is the first fish species to be officially taken off the endangered species list.
Winter weather conditions inspired local entrepreneur Faith Jennings to find a new use for her business’s leftover materials.
Photographer Laura Larson has curated a collection of 19th-century images of children that explore early photographic techniques. Her exhibition is on display at Portland's Blue Sky Gallery throughout the month of August.
Starting this week, the Portland’5 summer arts and music series gets underway featuring a series of free concerts on Wednesday evenings through August.
Do you have a favorite Portland park? Then here's your chance to share an image or two as part of the Portland Art Museum’s (PAM) new exhibition The Art of the Louvre's Tuileries Garden.
Cross-country skiers took to the streets of Portland for a ski parade/race during last weekend's snowstorm.
Portland singer-songwriter Paula Sinclair finds special resonance in the poetry of William Stafford. She has written music to accompany many of the former Oregon poet laureate's songs.