Hulu has ordered eight new episodes of the Aidy Bryant-led, Portland-shot dramedy.
The organization hopes to use more than a third of its $29 million corpus to keep Oregon’s cultural sector on life support during the coronavirus crisis.
Art from Home
A rotating list of online events by Portland-area artists and the most direct ways to get money in their pockets.
Conner Reed and Fiona McCann
And get a sneak peek of Volcano! Mount St. Helens in Art, featuring artists’ response to the mountain 40 years after the famous 1980 eruption.
The two-time Pulitzer winner set an extremely specific corner of the internet on fire when she tweeted out a cry for help from a bathroom in Manhattan.
Someday This Will All Be Gone is a story of reclamation.
Born to Celebrate! runs for two nights this weekend at the Central Lutheran Church.
Cario casts the layoffs as a fiscal decision, while teaching artists with Right Brain harbor questions about the program's future
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'Tightrope' traces the ripple effects of generational poverty in Yamhill, Oregon, and what can be done to break the cycle.
RACC has laid off at least 15 employees and will hire 15 more into new positions.
Meant to kickstart work on the Mark Rothko Pavilion, it's the largest donation from a single individual in the museum's history.
Chadwick Stokes and King Princess come to town, Profile opens a Pulitzer-winner, and a pair of photo exhibits stay on at Blue Sky.
Conner Reed and Olivia Wolf
The Portland-based electronic musician released Floral Shoppe in 2011, putting vaporwave on the map.
The actress and producer told Ellen DeGeneres there's a new film coming, directed by Barry Levinson.
Subashini Ganesan weighs in on the state of the arts.
After nearly 30 years, the magazine will publish its last issue in October.
The local publishing company's 20th anniversary issue, to be released in June 2019, will be its last.
Rebecca Jacobson and Fiona McCann
FLOOR Center for Dance launched in early November, with ambitious plans for newbies and professional movers alike.
After a nationwide search, the arts advocacy and grant-giving organization hires Madison Cario, who'll relocate from Georgia.
Portlander Katherine Paul's Mother of My Children gets a big-label release.