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There's never a dull moment (or a dull year, for that matter) for "Oregon Art Beat," and 2016 didn't disappoint. It shaped up to be a treasure trove of the unexpected — as well as a dash of the beloved.
Fiscal problems drove a rift between Arts Central executive director Cate O'Hagan and her board. Now the Bend-based organization is scrambling figure out what's next — and keep donors.
Staff and students confronted the Pacific Northwest College of Art administration about faculty ratios, tuition costs and more.
In a letter to the FBI and Department of Justice, the Burns Paiute Tribe said it fears artifacts kept at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge could be sold to collectors and help finance the militant’s cause.
Books | Arts | EntertainmentSept. 11, 2015 9:30 p.m.
Web Comic Artist C. Spike Trotman has mastered the Kickstarter campaign to fund a series of graphic novels and anthologies about characters and topics not normally given space by big publishers.
The Portland arts tax's biggest problem is simple: Not enough people are paying the $35.
A Portland-based nonprofit for the arts is shuttering for financial concerns.
Entertainment | Arts | Music | local | Books | NW Life | State of WonderDec. 15, 2016 5:21 p.m.
This week's "State of Wonder" has it all, from operatic strippers to high-design national guard armories to an ever popular '80s duo.
Air | Arts | local | Business | NW Life | Sports | News | Environment | State of WonderJan. 7, 2017 7:45 p.m.
Amid regulatory crackdown on Northwest glass makers, Eric Lovell transfers the business to California-based Oceanside GlassTile.
Entertainment | Arts | local | NW Life | State of WonderSept. 16, 2016 5:50 p.m.
This week on State of Wonder, we take a trip to a residency program that welcomes artists and scientists, look into a technology that wants to revolutionize how buildings are built, listen to The Minders' first album in ten years and talk gentrification with artist Sharita Towne.
News | local | Think Out LoudJuly 7, 2016 5:39 p.m.
We get reactions to the news out of Dallas from Daryl Turner, president of the Portland Police Association, and Teressa Raiford, organizer with Don't Shoot Portland. Also, our panel of news watchers discuss some of the biggest stories of the week. And, a local artist leaves the walls in Hap Gallery blank, instead making his art inside visitors' virtual reality headsets.
For nearly 40 years, artists have worked out of the historic Troy Laundry Building. Now the building has a new owner, and most of those artists are searching for new homes.
The list of theater and dance companies that have been displaced, have lost their homes and have struggled to find new ones as a result of Portland’s booming real estate market continues to grow at an alarming rate. What can be done about it?
A look at Paige Powell's exhibit - The Ride at the Portland Art Museum.