Proceeds to benefit Jackson Street Youth Shelter
The arts community in Corvallis is ready to bloom. The buds—talent, creativity, passion—are here but will they unfurl to reveal a vibrant native checker lily or another imported daffodil? There’s nothing wrong with daffodils. Daffodils are cheering after a long grey winter. So too, is an arts and culture community like any other in the […]
PaperFest, March 8 – 9, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. This festival of paper arts and crafts Benton County Fairgrounds, includes two full days of workshops, plus vendors and artists’ booths. Workshops will include calligraphy, papermaking, paper sculpture, stamping/card making, and much more. Cost: $35 for one day, $65 for two days. For info or […]
A Year of Culture is upon us in Corvallis! Celebrate culture in our city with da Vinci Days, Whiteside Theater, Majestic Theater, Corvallis Fall Festival, The Arts Center, Benton County Historical Museum, Arts and Culture Commission, and Visit Corvallis. For more information, visit the Year of Culture’s currently-in-construction website at http://theartscenter.net/year-of-culture-2013. At the Whiteside Theatre’s […]
At last Friday’s 25th Annual Chocolate Fantasy, a celebration of the Arts Center’s 50th anniversary, our community really showed up in style! Talented chocolatiers brought their A games, stunning art filled nearby galleries, and Corvallisites soaked it all in… Curtis Kiefer looked quite dashing in yellow and black. Liz Ivester said, “I ate too much! […]
Chocolate Fantasy 2013, March 1, 7 p.m. Join the Arts Center, at Corvallis’ CH2M Hill Alumni Center, in celebrating 50 years of integrating art into the community through their exhibits and outreach programs for all ages! This year’s Chocolate Fantasy promises an evening of gourmet chocolatiers, music, a silent auction, wine and hors d’oeuvres. For […]
There is nothing new about a news organization outing someone like Corey Pearlstein trying to intimidate its supporters and staff; we last week reported that Pearlstein as the Executive Director of The Majestic Theater expressed his displeasure to several of our advertisers about their supporting us. On a very basic level this is what news […]
The Corvallis Arts Center, celebrating its 50th year, has put forth a request for proposals for an exhibition titled “Corvallis 2063.” The exhibit will look 50 years ahead, and depict what artists think Corvallis will look like in 2063. Artists will select a current location in Corvallis—the Courthouse, Riverfront Park, the farmer’s market, etc.—and create […]
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 Arts Center invites artists working in installation art to submit proposals for a new offsite exhibitions program, Art in Rural Storefronts.
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.