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Ashland Daily Tidings – Posted Nov. 7 2016
Bertold Brecht left Germany shortly after Hitler came to power in 1933. But Brecht’s dislike of Hitler waned little in self-exile, resulting in the play “The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui.” Audiences recognize a Hitler-like figure in Arturo Ui, a Chicago mobster trying to monopolize […]
Mail Tribune – Posted Nov. 5 2016
CENTRAL POINT — About 40 students from two local high schools got a concentrated taste of the play production process Friday and Saturday nights.
For the first time, Crater Renaissance Academy’s annual 24 Hour Play Cabaret event, in which students perform short plays written only […]
The Siskiyou – Posted 11-4-2016
The artistic practices of Southern Oregon University’s employees aren’t limited to the Oregon Center for the Arts.
Over the weekend, The Center for Visual Arts opened an exhibition showcasing art from SOU staff, faculty, and administration. Appropriately titled, “I Show Work at Work” the show “seeks to […]
Ashland Daily Tidings – Posted Oct 27, 2016
From a large image of exuberantly colored flowers by Polly Apfelbaum to an intimate series of spider prints by Louise Bourgeois, the Schneider Museum of Art in Ashland is showing works normally seen only in big cities or in textbooks on contemporary art.
The new exhibit, […]
The Stevenson Union Gallery is excited to announce a group exhibition called I Show Work at Work! This showcase seeks to provide an opportunity for non-student employees across SOU to exhibit their artistic practice, no matter what the medium. Through this, it is the hope that departments and students across SOU […]
Ashland Daily Tidings 10-14-2016
The Tiny Art Show at Southern Oregon University has tiny treasures that range from the humorous to the mysterious.
Students, faculty members and other Rogue Valley residents have contributed 3-by-3-inch artwork for the exhibit, which runs through Oct. 28. Miniature paintings, prints, embroidery, photography and sculptures adorn the […]