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Democratic Senator Ron Wyden stopped by OPB ahead of the U.S. Senate’s vote on extending the Patriot Act. In a conversation that lasted just over 20 minutes, Sen. Wyden spoke on three issues: Privacy vs. Security, the Trans-Pacific Partnership Issue and artificial intelligence as a security threat.
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If you happen to make it out to New York before the new year, you can see the work of one of our own in the iconic Barneys New York holiday window display.
The Right Brain Initiative started at schools where average reading and math scores had been going up about two, or two and a half points a year. Right Brain is now reporting its program drives reading scores up an average of seven points, and math, more than eight points - in one year.
Three finalists for an executive position steering arts and cultural funding were introduced to the public Monday.
Collections have begun again for the Portland arts tax. An oversight committee meets this week to talk about revenue from the tax and how it's been spent.
Compared with everything that's happened with Portland-area schools, arts groups say they don't have much to show for their work helping to pass the Arts Education and Access Fund.
Arts | Entertainment | local | NW Life | Books | State of Wonder
State of Wonder, Feb. 27: Ursula K. Le Guin on Harper Lee, the mayoral candidates show us their ideal neighborhoods, Stēla Comics new mobile subscription plan, the Southern Gothic horror stories of "Harrow County," and more.
The Portland Art Museum opened in 1893 on the second floor of the Portland Library, housing no art, only a collection of art books. The museum opened the Portland Art Museum School in 1909.
Journey across the streets of San Jose, Costa Rica, and take a look at some local art from across time.
One of the West Coast's largest celebrations of maritime art is happening in Coos Bay right now.
Oregon’s early- to mid-20th century artists found it almost impossible to exhibit or sell their work. But a small group connected to the Portland Art Museum persisted, developing variations on a modernist regional style and paving the way for today’s rich, flourishing art scene.