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Featured Events

Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble: "Uncle Vanya"

THIS IS VANYA IN A SWEATY CABARET. This is Vanya in a brawl between love and redemption. This is Vanya just like any family get-together. Join us for the...

Chamber Music Northwest Winter Festival: Chamber Concertos

Kick-off CMNW’s 2018 Concerto-themed Winter Festival with a delightful selection of chamber concertos. Hear Schubert, Lowell Liebermann, and Chausson...

Chamber Music Northwest Winter Festival: Mozart Concertos

Join us for Mozart’s 262nd birthday to hear a variety of his concertos. CMNW festival favorites Anne-Marie McDermott, Ida Kavafian, Steven Tenebom, Peter...

The Palace Politics of State-Building in Post-2001 Afghanistan

Dipali Mukhopadhyay kicks off this spring’s Public Policy Lecture Series, The Ends of Empire. Models of foreign-led state-building and counterinsurgency...

Thomson & Craighead: The Academy of Saturn

The Cooley Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition by celebrated UK artist-collaborators Jon Thomson & Alison Craighead. Since the mid-1990s, Thomson &...

Looking Back, Looking Forward: Calligraphy, Its History, Its Mystery, and Its Wonder

Gemma Black is an artist, teacher, and calligraphic designer from Tasmania, Australia. She is an Honoured Fellow and Fellow of the Calligraphy & Lettering...

Chanticleer

Sponsored by Friends of Chamber Music, and called “the world’s reigning male chorus” by The New Yorker, the Grammy award-winning ensemble Chanticleer will...

Thomson & Craighead: Never Odd or Even

British artists Jon Thomson and Alison Craighead will present a selection of their work made over the last twenty years as part of this spring's Stephen E....

The Practice of Political Medicine

Abe Bergman '54 is the recipient of the 2017–2018 Thomas Lamb Eliot Award, recognizing distinguished and sustained achievement by a Reed College graduate.Abe...

Thinner Depictions: The Benefits and Hazards of Theorizing in Images and Sounds

John L. Jackson, Jr. will give the keynote lecture in the Greenberg Distinguished Scholar Program's Social Impact Media Lecture Series. This talk will...

Visiting Writer: francine j. harris

francine j. harris is the author of play dead. Her first collection, allegiance, was a finalist for the 2013 Kate Tufts Discovery and PEN Open Book Award....

Shrinking Violets & Towering Tiger Lilies

Written By Tina Howe and directed by thesis candidate Abigail Watt-Acciacca ’18, Shrinking Violets and Towering Tiger Lilies will be performed in the...

Portland Baroque Orchestra: Il Favorito

The highly sought after Italian violinist Riccardo Minasi makes his PBO debut leading a program of works by Italy’s finest: Vivaldi, Mossi, Galuppi,...

Cultural Encounters in Uncertain Times: Algerian Actors Tour the United States

Video Screening and Discussion Jane E. Goodman of Indiana University Co-sponsored by the departments of anthropology and theatre What are Algerians doing in...

Soldiers of Empire: The Indian Army in World War II

Join us for a lecture by Tarak Barkawi as part of this spring's Public Policy Lecture Series, The Ends of Empire. How are soldiers made? Why do they fight?...

Talking Black in America: Film Screening and Q&A with Executive Producer, Walt Wolfram

Talking Black in America is a documentary that follows the unique circumstances of the descendants of American slaves and their incredible impact on American...

Filmmaking as Personal and Political Practice

Join us as we continue the Greenberg Distinguished Scholar Program's Social Impact Media Lecture Series. In this conversation between filmmaker Julie Perini...