A little-known Oregon museum houses one of America's largest collections of antique planes and automobiles. And best of all, you can take some of their collection out on a test drive.
It’s far from the only institutional loss Oregon artists have suffered lately, but OCAC’s end reads as a blow to the heart of the region's creative identity.
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With the clock ticking on OCAC’s degree program and campus operations, alums and others are trying to convince the board to stop the process.