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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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Portland Ballet of Maine and Oregon Ballet Theatre Jointly Announce Leadership Change

  Portland Ballet Executive Director, Michael Greer, moves to Oregon Ballet Theatre and Nell Shipman, Artistic Director, will lead Portland Ballet through transition.   Oregon Ballet Theatre of Portland, Oregon, and Portland Ballet of Portland, Maine, jointly announced that Michael R. Greer, currently Executive Director of Portland Ballet in Maine, will become the next Executive Director …

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