An Oregon portrait series captures DACA recipients moving into the light.
Creative art duo Maya Vivas and Leila Haile — artists, organizers and community builders — are dedicated to the reclaiming of what they call "the white cube."
OPB | Broadcast: March 7, 2018
The Multnomah County Library is accepting submissions for an upcoming music streaming and downloading service that will feature — and compensate — local musicians.
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Photographer Celeste Noche on photography, artists of color and how to promote diversity in Portland.
The 2018 Rose City Yarn Crawl had fewer participating shops, but more fiber fans — about one-third of the estimated 3,000 total crawlers — were able to explore the yarny wonders of all 11.
Robert Kirkman is ending his longest-running series, "Invincible," just as Seth Rogen announced he'd make it into a movie. Up next? Interdimensional monsters in Philly with "Oblivion Song."
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Filmed in Boring, Oregon, Netflix’s newest show is a homage to the '90s. We have an exclusive interview with the creators.
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Zoom in and behold the science secrets behind popcorn's airy crunch — and learn about the snack's ancient origin — in this bite-sized video.
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The multiple Tony-awarding winning show, based on the life of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, debuted on Broadway in 2015, thrilling audiences ever since.
Zidell Yards wants to make artists and arts organizations central to its 33-acre development, along with OMSI. But can they make it pencil out?
Portland leaders have approved 22 recommendations to preserve arts space. Staff will spend two years trying to enact them.
A classical actor and late-life conductor, Stiers drew audiences to symphonic works for three decades in Newport and Eugene.
Food magazines are shutting down at an unprecedented rate, but could there be new opportunities in this sector?
Arts | Music | local | Oregon Art Beat
Oregon film composer Mark Orton has been scoring films since 2001.
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Children’s book illustrator, Lee White, shows us his studio process working between traditional watercolor and digital illustration.
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A redeveloper of affordable housing is taking the reins from Beam Development.
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival announced Friday that its artistic director, Bill Rauch, will be leaving after 13 years.