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Featured Events

Dorian: Rereading Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray

Artists: Robert Blanchon, Jim Dine, Eve Fowler, and Storm Tharp Authors: Oscar Wilde and Sara Jaffe Scholars: Jay Dickson, Daniel A. Novak, and Kimberly J....

"Rather This, Then" with Spenser Theberge & Jermaine Spivey

Partners on and off stage, dancers Jermaine Spivey and Spenser Theberge plumb their shared history in Rather This, Then—a dialogue of bodies, voices and...

Friday@4 Concert: Jazz Ensembles

The Reed Jazz Ensembles perform the best of the best in Jazz music. This is a concert that is perfect for the entire family! Admission is free and, the...

Biology Seminar: Dr. Suzanne Sindi,  “Structural Variant Discovery: Integrating Multiple Lines of Evidence.”

This Friday's Biology Department Seminar speaker is: Susanne Sindi, Ph.D. University of California, Merced, “Structural Variant Discovery: Integrating...

"Rather This, Then" with Spenser Theberge & Jermaine Spivey

Partners on and off stage, dancers Jermaine Spivey and Spenser Theberge plumb their shared history in Rather This, Then—a dialogue of bodies, voices and...

RIPP: The Seminarian

Sean Key-Ketter's thesis play returns to Reed under the direction of Rosie Tabachnick, featuring Oskar Söderberg and Isaiah Silvers. Admission is free.

Dance Workshop on Forsythe Technique

This workshop is designed for adult intermediate and advanced dancers. The event is free and open to the community. Space is limited and reservations are...

Portland Baroque Orchestra: Music from Dublin Castle

Rising star Peter Whelan, who will lead, play bassoon, and play harpsichord is “an absolute master of fleet facility with a solidly plush tone of wondrous...

Community Dance at Reed

The Reed College Dance Department is excited to announce open community dance sessions. These sessions are a collective forum for moving and talking about...

Moroccan Coalminers, Ethno-Religious Revivalism, and the Fate of Cosmopolitan Europe

Paul Silverstein's research explores the history of a cosmopolitan vision of Europe through the lens of the coal mining industry in northern Europe and its...

Reed Theatre presents "The Deluge"

Created by Thesis Candidate Violet McAfee ‘18 "The Deluge" is a shadow puppetry performance which follows a mother bear whose life is taken underwater after...

Winter Serenade: Music for the Long Night

Join the Reed Chorus and Collegium Musicum on a trip through a long winter's eve. The program features music that explores themes of solstice, advent, and...

RIPP: Lonesome When You Go

A new farce from Riley Woolen that meditates on the question of love, taking inspiration from the sketch comedy style of Mr. Show, the freewheelin' rambling...

Friday@4 Concert: Henry DeMarais, Kahan Fellowship Winner

Winner of the Kahan Music Performance Summer Fellowship award, DeMarais performs works by contemporary composers for violin. The program is about 55 minutes...

Winter Dance Concert

The Reed College Dance Department presents the 2017 Winter Dance Concert, featuring choreography by students and faculty. *Photo Credit, Gordon Wilson

RIPP: Tape Loops

Emmet Martin conveives an audio/visual installation with boomboxes and looping cassettes in the final RIPP performance of 2017. Admission is free.

December's Tale

With December's Tale, John Vergin brings new stories and songs to his annual seasonal offering. Through prose, poetry, and song, memories both humorous and...

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...

Sex Week Exhibit

SEX WEEK @ Reed is a series of events during the week of Jan. 29th to Feb. 4th. Events include a student gallery, as well as outside researchers, artists,...