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Artslandia at the Performance Features

Kristin Chenoweth: quote…unquote

Interview by Barry Johnson Classically trained as a coloratura soprano, Kristin Chenoweth holds a masters degree in opera performance from Oklahoma City University. Her career spans film, television, voiceover, and stage. In 2015, Chenoweth received a coveted star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2009, she received an Emmy Award …

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Brian Ferriso

By Barry Johnson The Director and Chief Curator of the Portland Art Museum shares his deep thoughts on the Museum’s trajectory. The Portland Art Museum, the oldest art museum on the West Coast and one of the oldest in the country, is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. Seven wealthy, local businessmen and …

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Renewed Recognition

By Bob Hicks Governor Kate Brown ushers in a new age of appreciation for the arts with the return of the Governor’s Arts Awards after a 10-year hiatus. Good news from the state capitol in Salem: After a decade-long disappearing act that began when the state and national economies cratered, …

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Who is Dmae Roberts?

  Interview by Susannah Mars If you’re sitting here a year from now celebrating what a great year it’s been for you, what happened? So many things. I’m an idea person who has created both national and local cultural productions. But next year, I hope our ensemble of Theatre Diaspora, …

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Art of Sparkling

By Blanche Minoza You have probably had the experience of standing dumbfounded in front of vast shelves of wine, overwhelmed by the multitudinous options. But have you ever considered the creative processes that guided those bottles to those shelves, wrapped in the carefully chosen, colorful designs before you? Argyle Winery’s Art …

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