Co-Host and Producer, Oregon Art Beat
Katrina Sarson is a co-host and producer of Oregon Public Broadcasting's arts documentary show, Oregon Art Beat.
In addition to her work for Art Beat and OPB, Katrina has worked in television production for more than 15 years, starting at Chicago's PBS station WTTW and spending more than a decade as an independent producer in Illinois, Colorado and Oregon. She has also produced and written for PBS, HGTV, Food Network, Fine Living Network, ESPN and others.
Her works has been recognized with three regional Emmy Awards: one at WTTW and two for Oregon Art Beat.
Katrina holds a degree from Northwestern University and also a master's degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
She enjoys living in Portland, especially hiking in Forest Park, eating locally grown food and attending the Jazz Festival every year.
Oregon author Brian Doyle has been collecting letters from his readers. Some love him, some ask questions and some ... well, you decide. At a recent appearance at Powell’s Books in Portland, Oregon, he read aloud from a selection of letters he’s received.
Bill Rauch has been artistic director of Oregon Shakespeare Festival since 2007. On the eve of OSF's 80th year, we catch up with him and get his reflections on his first seven seasons.
Family | Entertainment | Arts | Sports | Oregon Art BeatOPB | Feb. 9, 2015 10 p.m.
Jock Bradley has spent his career taking photographs that sell - but his new project is very close to his heart. It's called "Portraits of Cancer" and it's a tribute to his sister, who passed away of cancer in the summer of 2014.
Françoise Weeks creates unique fashion pieces such as rings, necklaces, headpieces and handbags — all made from a wide variety of plants and flowers.
The local band with strong Russian roots will be performing at their annual dance party this weekend. Check out video of their rehearsal for the big celebration.