The Corvallis Advocate’s Local Picks of the Week – Music Scene!
Students and community members are invited to enjoy the Summer Session Noon Concert series every Wednesday on the OSU campus. A wide range of music can be enjoyed in the open air of the Memorial Union quad.
Local art magazine, Midnight Muse, will be throwing it’s official launch party this Saturday. Midnight Muse is a publication for artists of all types and skill levels to have a chance to get their work out to the local community and beyond.
Performance Night I peek through the silken veil of the dressing room to see the gathering crowds. How many people have come? Are they smiling and cheerful? Yes, they look welcoming and noisy with happy chatter. The announcer is introducing our troupe, so we circle together for one more deep breath and dance our way ...
The Arts Center’s Main Gallery exhibit for May will be concerned with food — not nutritional values or growing techniques, but on the visual interest of specific foods and food production environments.
The exhibit at the Memorial Union Concourse Gallery on Oregon State’s campus features 22 original paintings from LaDuke’s travels to Uganda, Rwanda, Peru, Ecuador, Poland, Cambodia and Vietnam.
An exciting collaboration between OSU Music, OSU Theatre, and Friends of OSU Opera has formed to present Mozart’s beloved opera, The Magic Flute.
The Arts Center invites artists working in installation art to submit proposals for a new offsite exhibitions program, Art in Rural Storefronts.
On Friday, April 13, The Majestic Theatre is presenting B’aktun 13, a bilingual play from the Portland-based Teatro Milagro (Miracle Theatre).
Starting April 2, Majestic Education has offerings (see the sidebar) designed to encourage confidence, creativity and communication skills in kids and teens. The classes are intended to serve all skill levels and were developed to inspire youth to explore their imaginations and find their own voices.
The Arts Center works with over 1,400 children per year who would otherwise not have access to art education opportunities.
The Arts Center, in conjunction with the Willamette Ceramics Guild, will feature an exhibit in the Corrine Woodman Gallery to complement a simultaneous ‘Extreme Clay’ exhibit curated in the Main Gallery.
The Majestic Theatre is celebrating the launch of a new alternative arts program, Makers’ Space, with a free all ages event from 6 – 10 p.m. on Wednesday, February 29th.