Your input will also help inform policy and decisions on future monuments and memorials in the Rose City.
Check out winter and holiday-themed events happening in and around Portland in this seasonal guide.
Northwest Children’s Theater presents the loveable film-to-stage adaptation November 25-December 31, 2023.
Tree-lined residential streets, outdoor activities, and family-friendly living are the defining features of this Northeast Portland neighborhood.
The Tomorrow Theater is the Portland Art Museum’s PAM CUT // Center for an Untold Tomorrow’s “lively creative hub for cultural snackers who are not content to be contained.”
Portland Open Studios gives local artists a chance to connect with their communities during the second and third weekends in October.
Check out harvest and Halloween-themed events happening in and around Portland in this seasonal guide.
We’ve made a concerted effort to orchestrate this roadmap, so you can focus on finding the artists you adore.
The fundraiser will support efforts to send medical supplies and military safety equipment to war-torn Ukraine.
Whether you’re a history buff, art aficionado, or just really love kayaks, these 25 museums in Portland and nearby suburbs have it all.
Through a partnership with the Scan Design Foundation and other partners, Danish environmental artist Thomas Dambo will create massive troll sculptures at six locations around the PNW, including Portland.
Got a hot new fling? Hoping to spice things up with your longtime partner? We’re here to help plan your next date in the City of Roses.
The 8,000-sqft exhibit at Portland Art Museum explores the creation of the Portland-made film, “Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio.”
The free event on Sunday, June 11, welcomes Portland to the renovated galleries and celebrates the organization’s cultural partners.
The colorful tile arrangements will be on display until Sunday, July 2, 2023.
The juried art show brings crowds to the Southeast Portland neighborhood, opening the doors to local artists’ studios, community spaces, and homes.
The temporary creative community space offers free art exhibits, interactive installations, and entertainment in the Northeast Portland shopping mall.
The 23,000-sqft immersive art experience will open in Portland’s Central Eastside this June, wowing guests with its “Rainbow Cave,” “Quantum Trampoline,” and murals from Portland Street Art Alliance.
We challenged our readers to turn one of our newsletters into a poem — here’s what you came up with.
Check out our guide to some of the meaningful murals you can find around our city.
Dance, theater, and comedy come together at the whim of a game show wheel.
Restore Oregon has put together a complete restoration plan for the century-old treasure — now it just needs someone to take it on... but time is running out.
It’s never too late to add a new skill to your repertoire.
Once upon a time, it was a humble movie theater on Broadway. Now, it’s about to become a dynamic new arts hub.
The contemporary take on the golden era of mall portrait photography opened in the Lloyd Center in November 2022.
David S. Mayne’s recently launched “Happy Hour History” explores the origins of various cocktails and how they relate to major events in human history.
The calendar aggregates all of the “classic, cult, weird and wonderful films” showing at Portland’s independent theaters.
The Pollinator Paradise plate celebrates the creatures who are vital to our ecosystem and economy by supporting ongoing research at Oregon State University.
His murals span more than 50 years and can be found in public buildings and schools
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