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Spotlight on darkness
Spotlight on darkness

The Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts will present a chilling tale perfect for dark January nights this Friday, Jan. 12, when the curtain goes up on “The Edge of Darkness.”

Set in the early 1900s, this psychological...

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Art that causes a flap
Art that causes a flap

Works by Portland artist Bethany Rowland will be on display at the Newport Visual Arts Center in “We Are All in this Together,” a new exhibit opening this Friday, Jan. 5.

The show, which features a series of acrylic panel paintings...

Living in harmony
Living in harmony

Organizers of Neskowin Chamber Music will be hoping for harmony on stage when the series resumes on Sunday, Jan. 7, with a performance from husband-and-wife duo Edward Arron and Jeewon Park.

Arron has gained worldwide recognition for what...

Psych yourself up and try out

Lincoln City’s Theatre West is holding auditions for its upcoming production of “Meanwhile, Back on the Couch,” a fast-paced comedy by Jack Sharkey.

Psychiatrist Victor Karleen is financially pressed between the rental of...

Shedding light on a tale untold
Shedding light on a tale untold

A long-lost tale from the Lewis and Clark Expedition will fill Manzanita’s Hoffman Center for the Arts on Saturday, Jan. 13, as “story-warrior” Gideon Gideon F. For-mukwai takes to the stage.

“Dare to Tell: Crossing...

Let him aid your memoir

While the word “memoir” might summon images of the great and the good, recording their elevated deeds for the adoration of future generations, a new class in Newport aims to inspire people of all backgrounds to tell their life...

10 weeks of novel ideas
10 weeks of novel ideas

Oregon Coast author Deborah Reed will school aspiring writers on how to get their masterpieces out of that desk drawer and into print in a 10-week novel writing class at Manzanita’s Hoffman Center for the Arts.

Now the author of seven...

First Weekend: ad-dress up affair
First Weekend: ad-dress up affair

The quiet town of Toledo is where the Georgia Pacific mill hums, where the Yaquina River meanders and, according to Toledo’s thriving community of artists, also “Where Art Lives.”

And the town’s art community is once...

Phoning it in: Theatre West goes for the hard cell in “For Better”
Phoning it in: Theatre West goes for the hard cell in “For Better”

Story & photos by Gretchen Ammerman


For the TODAY

There’s b-allot to see at the Mayors’ Show
There’s b-allot to see at the Mayors’ Show

Art selected by some of the Oregon Coast’s top elected officials is on display throughout January as the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts hosts its annual Mayors’ Show at the Newport Visual Arts Center.

Now in its third year, the...

In a class of their own
In a class of their own

The departing class of resident artists from the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology will be showing the fruits of a fall spent at the secluded campus in a Show & Tell set for Saturday, Jan. 6.

The free event will give guests the chance to...

Artsy

The highway, their way

An art exhibit 3,365 miles in the making has reached its final destination at Lincoln City’s Chessman Gallery, where everyone is invited to...

The place to beak

The Beachstone Gallery in Lincoln City will hold a public reception this Friday, Jan. 12, with artists on hand to demonstrate engraving and...

Art that causes a flap
First Weekend: ad-dress up affair
There’s b-allot to see at the Mayors’ Show

Beach Reads

Let him aid your memoir

While the word “memoir” might summon images of the great and the good, recording their elevated deeds for the adoration of future...

10 weeks of novel ideas

Oregon Coast author Deborah Reed will school aspiring writers on how to get their masterpieces out of that desk drawer and into print in a 10-week...

Well read, at The Red Roof
Got grit?
A killer read, in Manzanita

Coast Culture

They’ve got MLK covered

A three-day celebration of love, hope and unity will begin this Saturday, Jan. 13, in Nehalem as the Oregon Coast Love Coalition holds its second...

Worth dressing up for

World-class opera will return to the Oregon Coast this Saturday, Nov. 18, when “The Exterminating Angel,” graces the big screen at...

Have a starry night at the movies
Forty-fy your weekend
Put Lust on your list

In Concert

Living in harmony

Organizers of Neskowin Chamber Music will be hoping for harmony on stage when the series resumes on Sunday, Jan. 7, with a performance from...

Calling in the top brass

When it comes to New Year’s celebrations on the Oregon Coast, you don’t get much more exclusive than the Lincoln Pops Big Band New...

Serving up a slice of Spain
Music that’s bound to please
Music for Christmas

On Stage

Spotlight on darkness

The Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts will present a chilling tale perfect for dark January nights this Friday, Jan. 12, when the...

Psych yourself up and try out

Lincoln City’s Theatre West is holding auditions for its upcoming production of “Meanwhile, Back on the Couch,” a fast-paced...

Shedding light on a tale untold
Phoning it in: Theatre West goes for the hard cell in “For Better”
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