Abigail DeVille’s mammoth installation at Portland Institute for Contemporary Art centers around the lost histories and displaced citizens of the United States.
OPB | Broadcast: Nov. 1, 2018
Landscapes scarred by time and the remnants of transient visitors. Places at the periphery of Portland, filled with existential silence and potential danger. This is the world Roll Hardy paints.
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Tongue Point in Astoria is home to the only merchant mariner training program in the Job Corps system.
The director-producer team behind “Leave No Trace” and “Winter’s Bone” talk about their path and process.
Cynthia Rider, the executive director of Oregon Shakespeare Festival since 2013, will soon leave that job after an interim director is named, OSF announced Friday.
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In 1933, with its only bank closed and the country in the midst of the Great Depression, the Oregon shipbuilding and timber city of North Bend turned to a local resource to keep its economy afloat.
Composer Gabriel Kahane's "emergency shelter intake form" moves the ensemble into a new conversation with the community.
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The Eugene-based visual artist envisions the future in a real-life post-apocalyptic landscape.
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Hazardous smoke from wildfires has cost the Oregon Shakespeare Festival about $2 million in losses so far and has prompted the festival to cancel its Green Show performances for the rest of the season.
The ways in which Spalding's music is the most radical are perhaps the most easily overlooked: how, through her singing and playing, she challenges gender norms across styles.