Tonight on Literary Arts: The Archive Project, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, Tracy K. Smith, shares excerpts from her writings and discusses literature’s role in the viability of our culture.
Entertainment | NW Life | Books | Arts | News | State of WonderOPB | March 4, 2017 noon
This week on "State of Wonder," Shakespeare goes modern, the Aces sketch duo goes for maximum fun, and Colum McCann digs for the roots of empathy.
Tonight on Literary Arts: The Archive Project, Michael Lewis in conversation with Hanna Rosin. They discusses "The Undoing Project," about the men behind a Nobel-Prize winning theory of the mind.
NW Life | local | Books | Arts | State of WonderOPB | Feb. 25, 2017 9:57 a.m. | Portland
Portland artist Leila Del Duca has been drawing an Image Comics series called “Shutter” since 2014. It’s the story of a hard-charging young adventurer named Kate Christopher.
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Last Artful, Dodgr | Virtual Reality | National Museum Of African-American History And Culture | 'Shutter' Artist Leila Del DucaOPB | Feb. 25, 2017 noon | Portland
This week on "State of Wonder," artists will transform your world with virtual reality and digital flamingos; hip-hop sensation the Last Artful, Dodgr owns the studio; a comic series of unlimited adventure; and more.
On this episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project," poet Mary Oliver reads a selection of her past works, pausing between poems to share stories about her teaching career and personal life.
On this episode of Literary Arts: The Archive Project, Mexican writer and diplomat Carlos Fuentes shares his keynote lecture on the emerging Hispanic population of Oregon and the United States.
Music | NW Life | Entertainment | local | Books | Arts | State of WonderOPB | Feb. 11, 2017 noon
This week on "State of Wonder," the Portland writer behind Marvel's new Luke Cage series, bedroom singer Shy Girls and soul singer Liz Vice, the Portland International Film Festival, and so much more.
Books | Arts | State of WonderOPB | Feb. 6, 2017 7 p.m.
The Portland-based writer will wrap up “Power Man and Iron Fist” and start a “Cage” standalone in May.
On this episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project", poet, essayist, & naturalist Diane Ackerman reads from "The Zookeeper’s Wife" and shares deeper insights into the true history behind the story.