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Ari Shapiro

This week Susannah chats with NPR’s All Things Considered host, Ari Shapiro about his upcoming solo show Homeward.  In his work as a journalist, Shapiro has witnessed wars and revolutions. Inspired by his experiences around the globe, “Homeward” features songs of upheaval, patriotism and hope, from places that are less far away …

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Letting Go & A Layered Life: Karen Wippich

By Kate Garcia “Maybe next time I’ll go with little, tiny heads,” Karen Wippich confesses as we sit in her Southwest Portland home that doubles as a studio. Open and well-lit, the space more like a sunroom than an art studio, with every inch of the walls plastered with thick, …

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From the Publisher Misty Tompoles

ARTSLANDIA ANNUAL 2017–2018 | VOLUME 7 “Seven Year Itch?” Welcome to our seventh annual issue of Artslandia Magazine. When we set out to create a magazine to promote the performing arts in Portland, one thing we agreed straight away was that the purpose wasn’t just to aggregate schedules and publish …

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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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