Portland’s former top arts executive talks about her time at RACC, preserving creative space, her favorite piece of public art, and more.
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This week on "State of Wonder," exclusive sessions with singer-songwriter Josh Ritter and Typhoon, new ideas to preserve Portland arts spaces, musician Laura Veirs branches into podcasting, and more.
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The MoviePass subscription service allows users to attend one movie a day for $9.95 a month. Some theater operators and industry insiders are questioning the sustainability of the business model.
In this episode, Jeffery Eugenides and Danzy Senna discuss their newest works at Wordstock: Portland’s Book Festival 2017. The discussion, entitled "Desperate People," explores questions of content and character, and what happens when both are pushed to the brink.
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The most influential living photographer gets a rare Portland exhibition curated by the preeminent art publisher Gerhard Steidl.
The artistic director of Artists Repertory Theatre talks about the recent revelation of an IRS debt and the impending sale of half of the theater.
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This week on "State of Wonder," comedian Maria Bamford on her hit Netflix series, author of the best-selling "Series of Unfortunate Events," and the man who pretty much invented the photography book.
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The best-selling author of “Election” and “The Leftovers” tells us what he learned about the social and spiritual dimensions of online porn.