In the fall of 2013, Bright Place Gallery in Bend debuted The 20-Dollar Art Show as a vehicle for artists to share their art with the public in a low-pressure setting where they could build confidence selling art. The Gallery did not take a commission. The artist kept 100 percent of sales an…
Two Rivers Art Gallery in Chiloquin has added a new artist’s work for sale, Beatty poet Erwin Lee “Sugar” Crain, Sr.
Join the Klamath Basin Audubon Society for a free zoom “Dispersal & Survival of Juvenile Black-backed Woodpeckers in Burned & Unburned Klamath Basin Forests” presented by Mark Kerstens (M.S. student, College of Forestry, Oregon State University) at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 12.
ASHLAND — Following two years of uncertainty, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival is making plans to return to a full season of plays in 2022.
NEW YORK (AP) — If there was one broadly agreed takeaway from 2018's "Venom," it was that when you let Tom Hardy run loose, good things happen.
The Favell Museum in Klamath Falls will highlight original, contemporary and representational art by 30 artists from throughout the West, including oil, pastel, watercolor, acrylic, mixed media and bronze and wood sculpture and glass as part of it’s fall show and sale exhibition.
ASHLAND – “Poirot: Murder on the Links,” an adaptation of the novel “The Murder on the Links,” by Agatha Christie, brings the famous detective Hercule Poirot and his friend Captain Hastings to life on the Oregon Cabaret Theatre stage in Ashland.
Calling all readers in third through fifth grades: The downtown Klamath County Library is recruiting for our Oregon Battle of the Books season, which will start meeting in October.
The ninth annual Klamath Independent Film Festival will take place Sept. 17-19 at the Ross Ragland Theater in Klamath Falls, once again being offered in a hybrid format with all activities livestreamed and films available on-demand, according to a Klamath Film news release.
Matt Allshouse, conservation ranching program manager with Audubon California, will provide a free ZOOM presentation at 7 p.m. on Tues., Sept. 14. Preregister by Mon., Sept. 13.
BEND — When many of us think of X-rays, we think of peering beneath the skin to detect an illness or injury. Imagine using the technology to see into vertebrates with the goal of learning evolutionary stories.