The Oregon Fringe Festival features Performances by Mark Applebaum and James Donlon this Weekend

The Oregon Fringe Festival is underway! The festival kicked off Wednesday to host a variety of local art, film, music, and theater student-driven acts. A mixture of innovatively produced [...]

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First Friday Fun with Oregon Fringe Festival, the Trolley, Exhibitions, and Student Open Studios

This upcoming First Friday, May 5, ride the Allaboard Trolley to visit downtown galleries and the art happenings at Southern Oregon University. Exhibitions can be viewed in the Schneider Museum [...]

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Artist’s work changes after brain cancer diagnosis

Mail Tribune - Posted Nov 21, 2016 When Austin Brayfield was diagnosed with brain cancer, her painting took on new urgency. The 83-year-old Ashland artist, who started painting at 70 after a career [...]

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Flowers from Mars, New Paintings by Laurel Bustamante

LA Weekly Posted Aug. 9, 2016 Lora Schlesinger Gallery presents Flowers from Mars, a series of small-scaled paintings by Laurel Bustamante. Like Persian miniatures, Bustamante’s paintings are elaborate and enticing. [...]

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Schneider Museum part of Oregon’s ‘largest art show’

Ashland Daily Tidings Posted Jul. 29, 2016 The Schneider Museum of Art is taking part in what has been dubbed "Oregon's largest art show." The museum on Southern Oregon University's [...]

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Quills & Queues: Schneider Museum of Art Director Malbaurn no longer ‘interim’ director

Ashland Daily Tidings Posted Jul. 21, 2016 As the Schneider Museum at OCA moves from strength to strength, most recently with its participation in the prestigious, statewide Portland Biennial, Scott [...]

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Schneider Museum shows Oregon biennial artists

Ashland Daily Tidings Posted Jul. 14, 2016 Curator Michelle Grabner drove 1,800 miles and visited more than 100 studios as she scoured Oregon for artists to include in a state [...]

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This Exhibit Will Tell You Everything You Need to Know about Oregon Art Right Now

Portland Monthly Posted Jun. 13, 2016 The current Portland art scene is a lot of things: broad-based, eclectic, somewhat high-strung, and often high-concept. But easy to access? Not so much. [...]

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