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Klamath Falls Downtown Association (KFDA) announced that this summer’s Third Thursday street fair series has been canceled due to restrictions on public gatherings that are expected to remain in place throughout the summer.

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Each spring, the Oregon Center for the Arts produces the Oregon Fringe Festival, a multi-day event bringing together emerging creators and real-world artistic practitioners to share their respective experiences and engage each other’s work. The Oregon Fringe Festival’s mission is simple: pro…

MEDFORD — Like so many performing arts organizations and businesses, Britt is now faced with the challenge of carving our path in an uncertain world. Today, Governor Brown issued a mandate canceling all large gatherings, including concerts or large sporting events, through at least September 2020.

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An effort by a Southern Oregon filmmaker will finally be unveiled Friday, May 15 with 10 short films making their debut with an online film festival exclusively for Southern Oregon creatives known as the “Social DisDance.”

A sad, seemingly inevitable truth was reached late last week when the artistic director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Nataki Garrett, announced the 2020 is being cancelled.

Responding to the need for educational resources for students as schools close due to the coronavirus, Southern Oregon PBS WORLD Channel, in partnership with PBS LearningMedia, will begin broadcasting At Home Learning programs for grades 6-12 beginning Monday, March 30, from Monday – Friday …

Britt Music & Arts Festival’s Board of Directors, staff, and musicians of the Britt Orchestra Committee have agreed the 2020 BFO Season cannot proceed as planned, according to a news release.

An online, reduced scale version of the Oregon Fringe Festival goes on, utilizing the Oregon Center for the Arts YouTube channel for a livestream and interactive chat on Friday, April 24, according to a news release.