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Breakout star Thomasin McKenzie being directed by Debra Granik in Leave No Trace. Debra Granik and Anne Rosellini (long-time producing partner) are the inaugural recipients of the (Indie)Woman of the Year Award in Honor of Pamela Hulse Andrews. Photo by Scott Green / Bleecker Street.


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HIGH DESERT ART LEAGUE

New Exhibit Open through January 20

Rebecca Sentgeorge

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Mother and Child

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Cheers to Art • Art at the Oxford • CO Spinners & Weavers • Bend Exhibits

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CALL TO ART

MUSIC

Tower Theatre • Jazz at the Oxford

Landscape Painting by Cheryl Buchanan

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FILM & THEATRE

Swinging with the Stars • Oliver

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LITERARY

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FIRST FRIDAY

Downtown Bend & Old Mill District

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Thoughts of Honey by Barbara Slater

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Betty Gray Gallery • Artists' Gallery

PHOTO PAGES

Sisters Folk Festival & First Friday

Editorial Advisory Board

Pam Beezley Dawn Boone Maralyn Thoma Dougherty Susan Luckey Higdon Billye Turner Howard Schor Ray Solley Lori Lubbesmeyer Lisa Lubbesmeyer

Sunriver Music Festival Bend Art Center 2nd Street Theater Tumalo Art Gallery Art Consultant B.E.A.T. Tower Theatre Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery

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Sisters Exhibits

CALENDAR

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Producers

Pamela Hulse Andrews Jeff Martin Marcee Hillman Moeggenberg David Phillips Kalea Aguon

Founder President Production Director Advertising Executive Production/Design/ Online Communications Natalie Nieman Production David Hill Distribution

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Unlovable

Debra Granik & Anne Rosellini

Winter's Bone

Savage Youth

In Reality

Pet Names, photos courtesy of BendFilm

Friday's Child

You Can Choose Your Family

BendFilm Honors Debra Granik & Anne Rosellini, Announces 2018 Film Lineup Granik and Rosellini Awarded Inaugural (indie) Women of the Year Award & 4 Film Retrospective

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uring the 15th annual BendFilm Festival, BendFilm will screen Leave No Trace and Winter’s Bone back-to-back on opening night with an on-stage discussion and award presentation. They announced plans to celebrate the directing, writing and producing team Debra Granik and Anne Rosellini for their 15-year, four-feature filmmaking partnership, independent vision and invaluable contributions to the film community. Celebrations will include an award presentation plus a retrospective screening of all four of their feature films, each followed by a moderated Q&A with the filmmakers. Leave No Trace (filmed in Oregon in 2017) and Winter’s Bone will play back-toback on opening night followed by Down To the Bone and Stray Dog later in the Festival. Debra and Anne have won more than 43 awards over their illustrious careers

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and been nominated for more than 53 awards including Oscar consideration for Best Writing for an Adapted Screenplay for Winter’s Bone in 2011. They have been lauded for discovering mainstay actors like Jennifer Lawrence, exhibiting extreme sincerity in their stories, fearlessly depicting the lives of everyday Americans and a “willingness to follow inspiration anywhere.” Todd Looby, director of BendFilm, said, “Debra Granik and Anne Rosellini are the perfect recipients for this inaugural (indie) Women of the Year award. They have launched careers and told stories about the marginalized and forgotten among us, inspiring audiences to feel deeper and take care of each other. Their work shows an undeniable belief in community. The award is named for Pamela Hulse Andrews, a longtime Bend business leader, arts supporter and force of nature who inspired women to achieve, jump-started


COVER STORY the careers of many writers and creatives and had a strong belief in the power of community. Debra and Anne’s work is indicative of the exact things that Pamela and BendFilm have tried to emulate: strengthening the community and the importance of recognizing and celebrating our shared humanity.” Director Debra Granik and Producer Anne Rosellini said, “We work outside the industry as an independent filmmaking team along with our longtime colleagues, DP Michael McDonough and editor Victoria Stewart. We work to find material that inspires us and speaks to the human condition and everyday survival. We strive to make fiscally responsible films that allow us to maintain creative control and that do not require mass market budgets to reach an audience.” About the (indie) Women of the Year Award: BendFilm created the (indie) Women of the Year award in honor of the late Pamela Hulse Andrews who was a pioneer in the Bend art scene. Pamela was a passionate arts advocate who worked tirelessly to support women in film. For many years, Pamela organized the Independent Women for Independent Film group that raised money for several BendFilm awards and helped BendFilm survive the economic downturn in the late 2000’s. BendFilm will carry on Pamela’s memory through this award, presenting it to female artists who demonstrate an exceptional passion for independent film, bravely shares her authentic voice and makes extraordinary contributions to the independent body of work. The four films screening in the Debra Granik and Anne Rosellini retrospective are: Leave No Trace (2018), Stray Dog (2014), Winter’s Bone (2010) and Down to the Bone (2004). Festival’s Feature Film Lineup Running October 11-14 at iconic locations around Bend including the historic Tower Theatre, Tin Pan Alley Theater and McMenamins-Old St. Francis, Cascades Theatrical Company, the Volcanic Theatre Pub and the Regal at the Old Mill District, the 2018 BendFilm Festival will present 44 feature films and award over $10,500 in prizes directly to independent filmmakers. BendFilm created two new film categories to recognize impactful environmental or outdoor focused stories and Native American cinema. Both categories will offer a cash award. Additionally, BendFilm launched BendFilm Underground which showcases bold, edgy or music-focused films to screen at the very fun and eclectic Volcanic Theater Pub. A new pass will be created for this film track and is available for purchase now. “15 years ago BendFilm was born out of a need to bring the community together to share in the impact of original storytelling and to celebrate the art of independent film here in Central Oregon,” said Looby. “Through new grant programs, a new Native American spotlight, new awards for filmmakers and more community programs, we renew our dedication to drawing audiences together to share in the power of film to open up dialogue and make connections.” In celebration of BendFilm’s 15th anniversary, audiences can look forward to a range of other programs and entertainment including music, virtual reality, interactive movie experiences, spontaneous performances, street theater and panel discussions to be announced in the coming weeks. The Festival slotting schedule is set to go up online soon and will be posted on www.BendFilm.org. “This year’s program transports audiences all around the world and through humor, drama and innovation provides a means to walk in someone else’s shoes. This program will challenge the way we relate to our environment, ourselves and each other,” said BendFilm Festival Programmer Erik Jambor.

Narrative Features Competition Fort Maria — Directors/Writers: S. Cagney Gentry & Thomas Southerland In Reality — Director/Writer: Ann Lupo Pet Names — Director: Carol Brandt Savage Youth — Director/Writer: Michael Curtis Johnson Song Of Back And Neck — Director/Writer: Paul Lieberstein This Teacher — Director/Writer: Mark Jackson Unlovable — Director: Suzi Yoonessi You Can Choose Your Family — Director: Miranda Bailey Documentary Features Competition Ingrid — Director: Morrisa Maltz The Rescue List — Directors: Alyssa Fedele & Zachary Fink Roll Red Roll — Director: Nancy Schwartzman Satan & Adam — Director: V. Scott Balcerek Silicone Soul — Director/Writer: Melody Gilbert Soufra — Director: Thomas Morgan Time Trial — Director: Finlay Pretsell Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin — Director: Arwen Curry Local Focus The Astronot — Director: Tim Cash The Far Green Country — Directors: Eli and Kelly Pyke The Last Hot Lick — Director: Mahalia Cohen Narrative Features Spotlight Friday’s Child — Director/Writer: A.J. Edwards The Guilty — Director/Writer: Gustav Möller Prospect — Director/Writers: Chris Caldwell & Zeek Earl Wild Nights with Emily — Director/Writer: Madeleine Olnek Woman at War — Director/Writer: Benedikt Erlingsson Documentary Features Spotlight Cartooning From the Deep End — Director: Pablo Bryant Meow Wolf: Origin Story — Directors/Writers: Morgan Capps & Jilann Spitzmiller Science Fair — Directors/Writers: Cristina Costantini, Darren Foster White Tide: The Legend of Culebra — Director: Theo Love Native Program Smoke Signals (1998) — Director: Chris Eyre The Blessing — Directors: Hunter Robert Baker, Jordan Fein Dawnland — Directors: Adam Mazo, Ben Pender-Cudlip Dirt McComber: Last of the Mohicans — Directors: Joanne Storkan & Ryan White Environmental / Outdoor Adventure Program All the Wild Horses — Director: Ivo Marloh Hold Fast — Director: Jim Aikman The Push — Directors: Grant Korgan, Brian Niles Rodents of Unusual Size — Directors: Chris Metzler, Jeff Springer & Quinn Costello Saving Atlantis — Directors: Justin Smith & David Baker Youth Unstoppable — Director: Slater Jewell-Kemker Ondi Timoner Showcase Mapplethorpe, Join Us (2007), Dig! (2004) — Director/Writer: Ondi Timoner Old School Screening In the Soup (1992) — Director/Writer: Alexandre Rockwell bendfilm.org Oregon’s Only Arts Magazine Since 1995 | October 2018

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october 5 Alleda Real Estate 25 NW Minnesota Ave., Ste. 1 alledarealestate.com Alleda Real Estate will have two photographers showing their work from 5:30-8:30pm, October 5. Dave Kamperman: "At its core, my passion for landscape photography stems from a deep desire to represent any subject in the most attractive and accurate way possible. I believe that it is very hard to improve on the designs the creator has formulated. In addition, I believe these designs deserve to be preserved for future generations to enjoy and study. The power of a photo is in reflecting the truest nature of its subject. My greatest privilege is to capture that precise moment that simply does not need to be enhanced." Joel Bailie’s interest in photography was sparked in the early 1980s by the works of Ansel Adams and other well known landscape photographers that followed him. Joel has always enjoyed photographing landscapes, and has recently found a special interest in studio lighting, which he often shoots in black and white. A few of his favorite subjects are sunsets, flowing water and flowers. Joel is a member of the Cascade Camera Club and has previously shown works at City Walls sponsored by the City of Bend, the Family Resource Center as well as First Friday events. Art in the Atrium Franklin Crossing 550 NW Franklin St. Art in the Atrium, Franklin Crossing, presents Barbara Slater’s paintings in oil and acrylic entitled Floral, Feathers and Fur from October 2-28. The artist will attend the First Friday, October 5, 5-8pm public opening. Barbara Slater, a painter for over 40 years, reveals in her love of and respect for animals, her delightful Thoughts of Honey by Barbara Slater sense of humor, and her considerable talent for drawing and painting in her current Franklin Crossing exhibition.

As the title suggests, the show presents florals, birds and animals with fur. During First Friday, Noi Thai serves wine and appetizers. The Tommy Leroy Quartet presents favorites of the local music scene: Tom Freedman (bass), Scott Johnson (guitar), Brooke Barnett (trumpet) and Matthew Williams (drums). Broken Top Resort 62000 Broken Top Dr. High Desert Art League artists Joren Traveller and Janice Rhodes are featured at Broken Top Resort October through November. Work will include oil paintings, encaustics and pastels. Bend Art Center 550 SW Industrial Way, Ste. 180 541-330-8759 bendartcenter.org Water Tables at Bend Art Center will be on display October 5-27 with an opening reception on Friday, October 5 from 5-9pm. The exhibits inspire a bevy of By the Beautiful Sea by Barbara Hudin talks, classes and a school program exploring water’s presence, absence and importance in Oregon’s high desert. Bend Art Center’s Water Tables exhibit features work by A6 founder Patricia Clark, encaustic artist Barbara Hudin, photographer Carol Sternkopf and local sculptors Abney Wallace, Ron Schultz, Bill Cravis and Christian Brown. Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty 821 NW Wall St. 541-383-7600 • cascadesothebysrealty.com Please join us Friday, October 5 at our Downtown Bend Showroom from 5-8pm to enjoy the artwork of Elena A. Yang. Yang is a self-taught watercolor painter. This event is sponsored by Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty

Fine Art & Contemporary Craft

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Featuring Works by

Local Artists and Quality Framing 834 NW BROOKS STREET • BEND Ceramics by Annie Dyer

541-382-5884 • www.sageframing-gallery.com


Please Send First Friday Submissions No later than October 17 for the November issue to:

ae@cascadeae.com and your hosts for the evening, the Julie Moe and Jared Chase Group with co-sponsors Academy Mortgage. Jeffrey Murray Photography 118 NW Minnesota Ave. 541-325-6225 • jeffreymurrayphotography.com Features American landscape and fine art images captured by Bend nature photographer, Jeffrey Murray. Visit and enjoy a visual adventure of illuminating light and captivating panoramas from scenes in Central Oregon and across North America. John Paul Designs Custom Jewelry + Signature Series 1006 NW Bond St. johnpauldesigns.com Specializing in unique, one of a kind wedding and engagement rings in a variety of metals. Karen Bandy Design Jeweler 25 NW Minnesota Ave., Ste. 5 541-388-0155 • karenbandy.com Tucked between Thump coffee and Alleda Real Estate, Karen Bandy a Central Oregon national/international awardwinning jewelry designer and abstract painter, specializing in custom design in downtown Bend since 1987. Her designs are bold, fun and very wearable. Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 11:30am5pm, First Fridays and by appointment. Lara House Bend & Breakfast 640 NW Congress St. Blue City Scape by Lubbesmeyer Twins 541-388-4064 Join us every First Friday at the Lara House Bed and Breakfast from 5-7pm. Enjoy the artworks from six local artists: Ann Gibson, Karen Eland, Dorothy

Holmes, Michelle Lindblom, Kristine Cooper and Angela Schwer. We will also have free yoga on our side lawn with live music. Yoga will be taught by Autumn Adams and Helen Cloots and live music from Amy Bathen. Yoga will start at 5:30pm. Check out the inside of our beautiful historic bed and breakfast. We have been apart of Bend since 1910. Layor Art + Supply 1000 NW Wall St., Ste. 110 541-322-0421 • layorart.com Layor will be featuring the gorgeous work of local oil painter Lucynda Campbell for the month of October. Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery Old Mill District, second story loft Painting by Lucynda Campbell 541-330-0840 • lubbesmeyer.com The Lubbesmeyer twins offer a range of work created in fiber and paint. Through the twins’ collaborative process, they distill literal imagery into vivid blocks of color and texture, creating an abstracted view of their surroundings. Working studio gallery open Tuesday thru Saturday. Mary Medrano Studio 25 NW Minnesota Ave., Ste. 12 408-250-2732 marymedrano.com Step away from the crowds and relax in an art studio that is filled with the latest works by Mary Medrano. Located above Thump Coffee and across from the Oxford Hotel in the heart of downtown is a hidden gem of a studio. Stop in and see what’s new.

ArtistsinActiOn Group Show Opens October 5 | 4-8 pm

First Friday Gallery Walk Old Mill District Open Everyday

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Mockingbird Gallery 869 NW Wall St. 541-388-2107 • mockingbird-gallery.com Please join us on Friday October 5 from 5-9pm for Meeting of Minds, featuring two of our very talented artists, Dan Chen and Dawn Emerson. We will have wine and cheese and The Ryan Camastral Trio will also be sharing their jazz stylings. This show runs through October. Living in the Pacific Northwest gives Dan Chen an opportunity to sculpt many different types of wildlife. Dan uses the “lost wax” method in casting in combination with a method that uses a fine ceramic shell to ensure the finest detail. He does his own patinas applying various chemicals to give the pieces the desired color and texture. In the early 90’s Dawn Emerson was introduced to pastels and quickly became known for her calligraphic use of color, and for the way she captured the movement, energy and spirit of the wild horses and other western animals she painted. Oxford Hotel 10 NW Minnesota Ave. 541-382-8436 The Oxford Hotel presents Joanne Donaca’s oil paintings of Oregon landscapes continuing through October 26. Donaca will attend the Oxford First Friday champagne reception on October 5 from 5:30-7:30pm. A native Oregonian and noted Central Oregon artist, Joanne Donaca recalls the influence of women in her family Wood River by Joanne Donaca on her fascination with art. Donaca is recognized in the Northwest through her signature membership in the Watercolor Society of America, the Pastel Society of America, the Northwest, and of Oregon, as well as her membership in the Oil Painters of America. The public is invited to the exhibition and the complimentary champagne opening on October 5 at the Oxford Hotel. Billye Turner, art consultant, coordinates the hotel’s exhibition schedule. For additional information please contact her at 503-780-2828 or billyeturner@bendnet.com. Peterson/Roth Gallery 206 NW Oregon Ave., Ste. 1 541-633-7148 • thegallery@petersonroth.com • petersonroth.com Join us Friday, October 5 from 5-9pm for Peterson/Roth’s Fall Exhibition featuring the works of Sandy Ostrau, Ken Roth and Donald Yatomi. We will

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be serving light refreshments and wine so come join us for some fun. Sandy Ostrau likes to take scenes of everyday life and reduce them to their fundamental elements. At a certain point, specific content is not that important or even relevant. This sense of ambiguity allows for a range of interpretations. Ken Roth’s paintings are filled with color and light on the landscape or figure. Some of his landscapes are recognizable while others only hint at their origins with a swirl of abstract color and light. Donald Yatomi is an oil painter best known for his contemporary urban themes. Donald’s love for realistic themes shows through in his paintings, where he strives to capture the raw beauty of the modern, industrial form. Red Chair Gallery 103 NW Oregon Ave. 541-306-3176 redchairgallerybend.com Ushering in Fall at Red Chair, October focuses on art rich in color and texture. The newest abstract paintings of Dee McBrien-Lee The Last Straw 2 by Dee McBrien-Lee are saturated with color and offer a tactile element to both excite the senses and allow the viewer to wander through each piece. Loaded with impressions made from local wood and stone, ceramics by Annie Dyer compliment the 2D works with bold color and design. The deep reds and blacks mark Dyer’s powerful palette along with the beautiful shapes she creates. Rounding out the show will be the fiber arts of Stephanie Stanley. With numerous looms to work from, Stanley creates beautiful wearable art to snuggle up in or wear out to your favorite occasion. She uses rich colors and a variety of designs to make her one of a kind pieces. Red Chair will have a raffle over First Friday weekend so be sure to come in, purchase a card or a major work of art. You will be entered to win original artwork by focus artists. Sage Custom Framing 834 NW Brooks St. 541-382-5884 sageframing-gallery.com Featured artists for October are

Plein Air Painters by Laura Jo Sherman


Please Send First Friday Submissions No later than October 17 for the November issue to:

ae@cascadeae.com the Plein Air Painters of Oregon. Show runs October 3-27 with a First Friday Reception on October 5 from 5-8pm. Plein Air (the French term for open air), refers to a painting conceived and executed on location as opposed to one produced in the studio. Painting on location is what the Plein air Painters of Oregon are all about. Meeting in different locations throughout the state, the group shares the love of painting outdoors. Local places like Sparks Lake, Benham Falls, Smith rock, Whychus Creek and the Badlands as well as more distant destinations like the coast and Mt. Hood are just a few of the beautiful places they have gathered to paint. October’s show is a sample of recent work done by this group of enthusiasts. TIAA Bank 5 NW Minnesota Ave. Watercolor by Jennifer Ware TIAA BANK is hosting SageBrushers Art Society artists for First Friday in October at TIAA Bank will feature the multimedia work of Jennifer Ware-Kempke and Michelle Oberg, with watercolors, acrylics and Chinese brush paintings. Come enjoy a range of subjects - landscapes, flowers and abstracts – in this appealing show by two established painters. Tumalo Art Company Old Mill District 541-385-9144 tumaloartco.com Tumalo Art Co. presents artworks created during the “Artists in Action” event held two Thursday mornings a month in July, August and September. Artists demonstrated their techniques to the delight of passersby and friends of the gallery who came down specifically to see the artists work, Queen Anne’s Lace I by Helen Brown both inside and directly outside the gallery. And, artists painted plein air near the Deschutes River in the Old Mill District. The group show will open during the First Friday Gallery Walk

October 5 from 4-8pm. Helen Brown, Danica Curtright, Janice Druian, Sarah B. Hansen, Susan Luckey Higdon, Judy Hoiness, David Kinker, Marty Stewart, Katherine Taylor and Shelli Walters will all have art made during the six Thursday events in the show, which continues through October. The Wine Shop 55 NW Minnesota Ave. The Wine Shop’s October exhibit features the work of SageBrushers artists Janet Rawlings, Cheryl Buchanan and Kay Larkin. Cheryl Buchanan is a native Oregonian reflecting her love of Oregon’s Landscape painting by Cheryl Buchanan beautiful scenery in her paintings. Kay Larkin is a lifelong photographer, whose work explores shadow and optical phenomena. Janet Rawlings, an award-winning member of the Pastel Society of Oregon, is showing pastels in a soft realism style, with a range of subject matter. Village Interiors 750 NW Lava Rd. 541-389-6515 • villageinteriorsdesign.com One Night Only! Join Village Interiors as we celebrate “A Tuscan Evening” October 5 for Downtown Bend’s First Friday Artwalk from 5-8pm. Please join us with our neighbor Sage Beauty for food, fun and fellowship as Artist Sandy Melchiori demonstrates the fine art of plein air painting. Hors d’oeuvres by Chef Charley of Brown’s Basics. Sage Beauty will also have The Petal Wagon & Wild Tuscan Vineyard by Sandy Melchiori Flower Mobile Boutique parked out front.

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PHOTO PAGES

Bend Beer Yoga

Franklin Crossing

Mockingbird Gallery

First Friday Dudley's Bookshop Cafe

Mockingbird Gallery

Franklin Crossing

Red Chair Gallery

Legume

Mockingbird Gallery

Duck Race

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Upcoming Events Fall Concerts

Featuring Cellist Cecilia Tsan October 20, 2018 - 7:30PM October 21, 2018 - 2:00PM October 22, 2018 - 7:30PM Bend High School Auditorium Tickets Required

KPOV’s Fall

Membership Drive

October 12-20 2018

Symphony Spotlight Recital Nov. 3, 2018 - 2:00PM Coats Campus Center, Wille Hall CCOC Bend Campus Tickets Not Required

Music in Public Places Library Series

Join us for our 52nd Season! COSA, Inc. 15 SW Colorado Ave. Suite 320 Bend, OR 97702 541.317.3941 - info@cosymphony.com www.cosymphony.com

Nov. 3, 2018 - 2:00PM La Pine Library Prineville Library Redmond Library Tickets Not Required

Central Oregon Chamber Orchestra Nov. 18, 2018 - 2:00PM Bend High School Auditorium Tickets Available to Donating Members

Your support makes it happen!

Donate now at kpov.org or 541-322-0863

117 Roosevelt Ave., Bend, OR

541-617-0900

Autumn Watercolor Show Showing through November 2 Enjoy a showcase of watercolors by artist members. Gallery Hours: Wed & Fri 1-4 pm 117 SW Roosevelt Ave, Bend

“Catch of the Day” by Cheryl Graham

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ARTS

Grand Opening by Barbara Slater

Art in the Atrium

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rt in the Atrium, Franklin Crossing, presents Barbara Slater’s paintings in oil and acrylic entitled Floral, Feathers and Fur from October 2-28. The artist will attend the First Friday, October 5, 5-8pm public opening. Barbara Slater, a painter for over forty years, reveals in her love of and respect for animals, her delightful sense of humor and her considerable talent for drawing and painting in her current Franklin Crossing exhibition. As the title suggests, the show presents florals, birds and animals with fur. The artist’s florals, such as her double ruffled iris with its upright stature and brilliant red color, suggests a sense of majesty. The birds, her barnyard roosters with their focused eyes and sharp beaks, depict not only beauty but a presence of somber authority. The artist’s fur creatures, such as her brown bear that traditionally appears ferocious, licks its lips and appears content following a feast of honey!

The artist notes, “I paint what I love, striving to paint passionate paintings… not just workable paintings. I have a heart-felt connection to my work.” Her life-like images portray not only warmth and admiration, but her considerable ability as well. Recognized throughout the western U.S., the prestigious Richard Schmid Art Auction, acknowledging her painting excellence, juried her into four successive exhibitions, and the auctioneer elevated her art to the live auction. Slater is a juried member of the Oil Painters of America, the California Art Club and locally in Bend, the High Desert Art League. During First Friday, Noi Thai serves wine and appetizers. The Tommy Leroy Quartet presents favorites of the local music scene: Tom Freedman (bass), Scott Johnson (guitar), Brooke Barnett (trumpet), and Matthew Williams (drums). For Franklin Crossing information, contact Billye Turner, Art Consultant, at 503780-2828 or billyeturner@bendnet.com. Oregon’s Only Arts Magazine Since 1995 | October 2018

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The Many Uses of Ceramics by JANET MATSON

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he world of ceramics is surprisingly varied. We live with many ceramic items every day and don’t realize it. Our homes are equipped with porcelain sinks and toilets and decorated with flower vases. We eat off of ceramic dishes and drink out of fired clay mugs. Ceramics are used for cookware, bricks, tiles and roofs. Electrical insulators are made out of ceramics. Even our computers and electronic devises have ceramic components. Cars, artificial bones and teeth, and NASA space shuttles all use ceramic parts. Ceramic pieces are made from mixtures of clay, earthen elements, powders and water and are shaped into the desired forms. They are then fired in a high temperature oven known as a kiln. Often ceramics are covered in decorative, waterproof, paint-like substances known as glazes. At the Wildfire Ceramic Showcase, Central Oregon clay artists will be displaying a wide variety of ceramic pieces also. There will be mugs in many shapes and sizes, drinking vessels, plates,

platters, casseroles, vases, candle holders and bowls of every size. You will find Christmas ornaments and jewelry. Raku pots that are highly decorated will be part of the show. Ceramic sculptures large and small, and wall art will be available to decorate your home. Wildfire Ceramic Showcase will be on Saturday and Sunday, November 3 and 4 at Highland Elementary School (701 NW Newport Ave.) from 10am-5pm on Saturday and 10am-4pm on Sunday. Everything at the 2018 Wildfire Ceramic Showcase is made of clay and is waiting for you to discover! Wildfire Ceramic Showcase Show & Sale Saturday, November 3, 10am-5pm Sunday, November 4, 10am-4pm Highland Elementary School (Old Kenwood School) 701 NW Newport Ave.    Free admission and parking

Painting is All About Light by BARBARA SLATER

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y Grandfather had a farm outside of Ogden, Utah and I spent a lot of time with him there and got to know a lot about animals. I felt as a child that I could really communicate with animals. I started drawing when I was three or four years old, using crayons and colored pencils. Later when I was ten years old my parents enrolled me in a correspondence-by-mail course. When I paint I want to love what I’m doing. So now, when I paint animals I concentrate on the lights in their eyes to express their personality. The eyes are the mirror of the soul and can be painted to show gentleness and the look of being approachable - two things that appeal to people. Observers’ eyes go to light and soft areas that invite them in, whereas dark areas stop the eye. Whatever the subject might be, the viewer is drawn into the painting by the light source. Every good painting has a sweet spot where the light plays a part in making the focal point. Find someone whose work you like and learn from them - ask questions, get them to critique your work, take art courses from artists you admire. You have to learn the fundamentals of painting to become good at it, then you follow your bliss and try not to be too hard on yourself. When I do a painting I like to do portraits of whatever the subject matter is - I like the closeup. It seems intimate and personal to me. It is my bliss. When looking to buy a piece of art, make sure that you love it and that it strikes a chord within you Barbara Slater with her painting "Range Manager" either of a memory of feelings or of an experience. It should feel like you belong to each other. Then you will never tire of it and will enjoy it for years to come. Select the painting that most resonates with your being. When you do so that art will transform the space where you hang it, uplifting your spirit on a daily basis, often in surprising ways. Barbara Slater is the featured artist with an exhibit of her paintings at Black Butte Resort during October and November 2018. 14 October 2018 | www.CascadeAE.com


Central Oregon Spinners & Weavers Guild presents Handwovens for the Holidays

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oin guild members and fiber enthusiasts at the third annual Central Oregon Spinners & Weavers Guild Holiday Show & Sale on Saturday, November 3 from 10am-4pm at the Environmental Center in downtown Bend, 16 NW Kansas St. This year’s show and sale will feature boutique displays of guild members’ handwoven artistry including: table runners, towels, wall hangings, shawls, scarves and other wearables; handspun yarns; felted items including hats and bowls; hand dyed silk scarves; lavender; turned wood bowls and pins; and many holiday décor and gift items. Currently the Guild has 100 members from all around the Central Oregon region. The Guild was started by Dee Ford Potter in the fall of 1971, gathering about ten women who were interested in weaving together in private homes until the meetings became too large and they started meeting at the Deschutes Historical Museum. Moving around town over the years to different meeting venues, the Guild now is centrally located Photos courtesy of CO Spinners & Weavers for their main meeting on the third Wednesday of each month from 9:30am-noon at the Highland Baptist st Church on W 31 and Hwy. 126 in Redmond. Several years ago, the Guild also started a Saturday meeting for those that were not able to attend mid-week gatherings. This meeting is held the fourth Saturday of the month in Sisters at the City Hall council meeting room from 1-4pm. The Guild has a diverse membership of weavers, spinners, dyers, felters and some members who raise animals for their fiber: sheep, goats, alpaca and rabbits. All fiber enthusiasts are welcome to attend the monthly meetings held January through November. Membership dues are $25 annually. The Guild website has the most current information on meetings and events at weave-spin-centraloregon.org. Look there for any changes to meeting locations or dates and to see the program topics. Workshops are held during the year featuring local and nationally known instructors in weaving, spinning, and dyeing for our members’ educational enrichment and group fun. We hope you will join us at the annual Show & Sale on November 3.

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Ceramic Showcase & Sale EXPLORE THE WORKS OF OVER 25 OF OREGON’S PREMIER CERAMIC ARTISTS!

Saturday Nov 3, 10-5 & Sunday Nov 4, 10-4 Highland School, 701 NW Newport Ave, Bend OR Free Admission & Parking • Raffle • Live Demos • Kids Clay Area • Gallery

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Local Artist Creates Immersive Travel Experiences

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ocal Bend artist, Sarah B. Hansen has discovered art and travel go hand in hand through immersive travel experiences. She calls these experiences Art Adventures. A little beyond traveling to locations and snapping photos, she creates adventures in which travelers will be able to slow down, absorb the culture, invest in experiences and learn to paint their surroundings. Her current Art Adventure immersive travel retreat is to the peaceful country of Costa Rica. Unabashedly Eco-Tourist, army-free and friendly, the Ticos of Costa Rica are overwhelmingly welcoming and willing to share their culture, foods and beautiful landscape. The Art Adventure tour to Costa Rica in February of 2019 will be taking place in a yoga retreat near the beautiful Central Pacific Coastline surfing town of Jaco. Yoga and art combine seamlessly, creating a rich environment for centering the soul and returning to peace. Each day, students will learn

watercolor techniques, practice yoga from a local yoga instructor, dine on organically prepared meals and discover Costa Rican culture. Additional tours will be available to nearby zip lines, birdwatching and forest hiking, beach walking, surfing and mountain bike riding. Sarah recently visited the retreat, refining her lessons and visiting with the locals. She keeps a blog of her travels and art adventures, posting every day, in order to share her experiences with her viewers. Her blog and posts on her trip can be found at sbhansenart.com. In addition to her Costa Rican Art Adventure retreat, Sarah teams up with Gina from Gina’s Italy, and teaches lessons while touring in Italy every year. Their fourth Italian tour will be in 2019. Sarah is currently investigating locations regionally and abroad for future tours. Openings are available for both tours. If interested in either tour or future tour locations contact Sarah at sarah@sarahbhansen.com or visit sarahbhansen.com

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his light-hearted hour-long art appreciation talk looks at England’s most celebrated living artist, David Hockney. Hockney’s 2017 retrospective in London and Paris 2017 drew record crowds. The NY Times called Hockney a “colorist who would rather be a cubist.” Tirelessly inventive and playful, Hockney’s portraits and landscapes offer a tender view of love, relationships and the familiar views of home. bendartcenter.org


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tephanie Stanley started weaving 30 years ago when she was inspired by a neighbor’s loom in San Luis Obispo, California. "Textiles are part of my heritage. Both my grandmothers were skilled in a broad range of textile and fiber arts. My grandfather taught how to make and engineer spinning wheels at a technical college." Fascinated by cloth since childhood, Stanley pursued many fiber techniques until she sat at a loom and threw a shuttle. “I felt like I finally found where I belong.” The fact that she was working 50 hours a week as an attorney was only a slight deterrent. Her spare time was quickly taken up with weaving and when she couldn’t weave she read everything she could about weaving, color and design. Twenty years ago Stanley made her way to Central Oregon. “Moving to Bend gave me the opportunity to focus on weaving full time. My house quickly filled up with looms and yarn. My husband is very understanding.” Early in her weaving career she made the decision to focus on wearable pieces and occasional select pieces for the home. Yards and yards of yarn is wound on her looms to create scarves, shawls, ponchos and garments. She was thrilled that one of her jackets was juried in to a fashion show for a international weaving convention in Reno Nevada this summer. “Garments are the most exciting pieces for me to design and the most frustrating. It takes me several months to make a jacket.” Weaving for Stanley is a metaphor for life. It has been an exciting adventure of meeting and making interesting friends and inspiring a lifelong habit of researching and learning. After trying a variety of venues including wholesale sales to retail stores, galleries and art shows Stanley’s work found a home at the Red Chair Gallery in Bend where she is a focus artist for the month of October. She participates in a few art shows a year including with the Central Oregon Spinners and Weavers Guild.

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he Oxford Hotel presents Joanne Donaca’s oil paintings of Oregon landscapes through October 26. A native Oregonian and noted Central Oregon artist, Joanne Donaca recalls the influence of women in her family on her fascination with art. Her paternal grandmother, an expert in embroidery and crochet, began painting in her elder years. As a young child in second grade in Ontario, Donaca observed her grandmother applying craft paint from dispensers (later adding brushes) to create landscapes reminiscent of the “folk art” of Grandma Moses. Her mother, innately talented, was similarly attracted to art although more to fine craft. Becoming an expert seamstress and making her own patterns, she used these or altered other patterns to create garments for clients. Donaca, having learned embroidery from her grandmother and sewing skills from assisting her mother, made her first skirt complete with an embroidered pocket at age nine. From her freshman through junior high school years, she studied painting with an inspirational and thorough teacher, Roger Ashby. He instructed students in the basics of art: shapes, light and

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shadow, and color theory; mediums of pastel, pen and ink, watercolor, acrylic, oil and others; and predominant styles beginning with calligraphy and advancing to principally figurative, realistic and impressionistic forms. Donaca excelled in all and furthered her love of art. Early in her senior year, upon the sudden and saddening death of her mother, she, her father and two young adult sisters moved to Bend. Completing her senior year in Bend, she was awarded Salutatorian of her class given her outstanding scholarship in both Ontario and Bend. She continued her education at Central Oregon Community College with a major in business and economics. Upon graduation, she began working in business and met her future husband, Richard Donaca. Although she continued painting, her marriage and three children consumed considerable

time. In the mid-90’s, following the graduation of her youngest son from college, she resumed her painting in earnest. Now a recognized and respected artist, her art has been shown throughout the Northwest with exhibits in Seattle, Lawrence Gallery near Portland, Madras, Redmond, Pendleton, Boise, Sun Valley and other locations. She has studied with wellknown artistic instructors Delbert Gish, Kevin MacPherson, Jan Kunz and many others. Donaca is recognized in the Northwest through her signature membership in the Watercolor Society of America, the Pastel Society of America, the Northwest, and of Oregon, as well as her membership in the Oil Painters of America. An award winner in several mediums, her paintings appear in numerous corporate and private collections including Scottish physicians, Pronghorn’s Golf Resort and Sunriver Resort where she was previously honored as the poster artist for the Sunriver Music Festival. Donaca also received the honor of poster artist for the Cascade Cycling Classic, ’94. Billye Turner, art consultant, coordinates the hotel's exhibition schedule. For more information contact her at 503-780-2828 or billyeturner@bendnet.com

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always know when I am looking at something my eye doesn’t quite understand — and for me, that’s when art gets exciting. When I first glimpsed the work of Kenneth Marunowski my initial impression was: this is either total s*** — or it’s totally brilliant.

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It took me about five minutes to figure out it was more of the latter (his collection of oil paints and Ph.D. in literacy and rhetoric studies were small hints) — but within about 30 minutes my vision found its focus and I began to unlock the visual magic for myself. Ironicly I would later learn that Kenneth had the same gut response upon seeing the work of Cy Twombly— a modern American master, who has become one of Kenneth’s current main sources of inspiration and influence. Kenneth was first introduced to art through a brother-in-law who drew with him as a kid and during visits to the Cleveland Museum of Art in his hometown. Classically trained, Kenneth received his BFA from Kent State University and later his Ph.D. in literacy and rhetoric studies. Ken spent his junior year abroad at the Marchutz School of Fine Art in Aix-en-Provence, France studying painting and French, and visiting Europe’s top musuems. After a ten year stint as an assistant professor of writing studies, Ken could no longer ignore his artistic calling and left the university to practice painting full time. In the summer of 2016, Ken was awarded an artist fellowship

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to the Marchutz School where he assisted students painting in the plein air tradition and executed many paintings himself. That same summer, Ken showed several paintings in his first international exhibition featuring three artists at Le Porte Bleu, a gallery in St. Antonin, France. With the support of his wife Carly, Ken paints in the garage studio beneath their one-bedroom apartment in Bend, where the couple moved to from Minnesota three years ago. “I knew life as a painter wasn’t going to be easy. There are no guarantees: no steady income, no job security. It’s just me with my brushes, canvas and paints trying to make something beautiful happen.” Unlike most artists today who paint with synthetic polymer acrylics, Kenneth works entirely using oil paints following the style and traditions of the masters he studied in school.

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On my first pass through the Kenneth’s studio I notice reflections and references to the grand masters I know best — the echos of Jackson Pollock, Cezanne and Kandinsky vibrating through the colors and lines. Kenneth disappears and comes back with his favorite book on the

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Dutch-American artist Willem de Kooning — the master of abstract expressionism and the pioneer of New York School — and now it all makes sense.

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Known for continually reworking his canvases, de Kooning was legendary for leaving his pieces with a sense of incompletion — as if the forms were still in the process of moving and settling and coming into definition. In a similiar fashion, Kenneth’s work conveys an almost awkward sense of beauty mixed with chaos — like paint still mixing and in motion— unsettled marks both flowing and frozen, and a dynamic movement that feel as intuitive as impulsive. It becomes visual game — and when you look deeply and patiently enough the figures and structures begin emerge — hidden in the details whispering and waiting to be noticed. After learning how to decipher his mark-making madness for myself, I had a chance to sit down with the artist to learn more about his process, inspirations and advice for young artists looking to get started. What was the most important thing you learned from art school? Upon returning to Kent State with all my newest work from France, I actually failed my Junior Review. I couldn’t believe it — in France the professors were telling me how gifted I am, and then when I returned to the U.S. all my same work was failed.

Once I started painting according to the American style the school espoused, I started to get all A’s. It was really confusing at the time — but I now realize how much I benefited from studying both American and European styles of painting — which has shaped my work to this day. What is your advice to younger people interested in getting into art? I recommend that students start by studying other artists — and at least one of masters — closely and in-depth. I am an avid reader of art criticism and often incorporate what I find inspiring in other artist’s work into my own without appearing too derivative. Can you describe your creative process? I create my work as I move through life, catching glimpses of content as I walk about town or in the mountains, or through reading about art or looking at the work of other artists. The creative process doesn’t stop as I exit the studio. Creativity is truly a way of life for me.

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Can you explain your process? How is it different from other artists in your genre? My process is highly intuitive. It starts with one key decision — a starting point to explore. One day I might start with a color — purple, for example — and I will begin by exploring that color in relation to its opposite — yellow, for example. continued on next page >>>


Another piece I may begin making random charcoal marks and seeing what type of composition develops naturally. But as I organize the composition I like to allow the elements of chance and spontaneity to enter the process. It’s all about the conversation. I start and finish every work by asking the same question, “What do you want to become?” I ask. I listen. I respond with my marks. Then I step back. I wait. I listen. “What do you need?” I ask again. This is my process. I believe the gift of the painter,

especially in abstract art, is to be open and sensitive to this conversation which is really a conversation with yourself — the canvas serving as a mirror. When you step back from everything, what does it mean for you to call yourself an artist? Despite all the madness and beauty, the approval and disapproval, the success and failures, the sales and the struggles — I just keep on painting. I am confident in my abilities and intellect. If others don’t get it, that’s fine, but there are those who do, and because I see art as a life-sustaining force, I want to help open the world

of art to those who have yet to discover its magic. We need to support the arts, to teach the younger generation how to appreciate art and how to invest time in sustained looking — I am in this for the long term — both as a artist and an educator. Those interested in learning more about Kenneth’s art are welcome to schedule a private studio visit by calling him directly at 218-269-7882. Kenneth also offers private and group art classes on a personalized basis. kennethmarunowski.com @kenmarunowski

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BEND EXHIBITS Bend Art Center 550 SW Industrial Way, Ste. 180 • 541-330-8759 • bendartcenter.org Two exhibits inspire a bevy of talks, classes and a school program exploring water’s presence, absence, and importance in Oregon’s high desert. Bend Art Center’s Water Tables exhibit features work by A6 founder Patricia Clark, encaustic artist Barbara Hudin, photographer Carol Sternkopf and local sculptors Abney Wallace, Ron Schultz, Bill Cravis and Christian Brown. The seven Submerge 4 by Carol Sternkopf artists of Water Tables will give an art talk at Bend Art Center on Tuesday, October 9 at 6pm. Bend Art Center will host two poetry events during Water Tables. Poets Emily Car and Laura Winberry of OSU-Cascades will give a poetry performance, What We’re Learning From Water on Wednesday, October 24 at 7pm. Krayna Castelbaum will present curated poems and lead Poetic Journey: Homage to a Deep Ecology on Monday, October 29 at 7pm. The Water Tables exhibit will also serve as a backdrop for a “Creative Feast: The Artesian Table” on Sunday, October 21 at 6pm. Bend Senior Center 1600 SE Reed Market Rd. Bend Senior Center is showing rotating works by the 100+ members of the SageBrushers Art Society. Included are beautiful paintings in acrylic, oil and watercolor, as well as outstanding photography. Showing through October. Broken Top Club 62000 Broken Top Dr. High Desert Art League artists Joren Traveller and Janice Rhodes are featured at Broken Top Resort October through November. Work will include oil paintings, encaustics and pastels. Joren’s oil paintings and Janice’s encaustics and pastels will be featured beginning on First Fridays at Broken Top Resort October through November. COCC Budding Beauty Patricia Clark’s Water Tables: Sketches, a collection of by Janiec Rhodes

more than 20 mixed-media drawings will open October 10 at COCC’s Barber Library and run until November 27. Patricia Clark will give a lecture Water Tables: Intention and Meaning on her drawing process on Saturday, October 20 at 4pm at COCC’s Barber Library. COCC’s Visiting Scholar program will present, Hidden Water, a talk by environmental writer Emma Marris on Wednesday, October 10 at 6:30pm in the COCC Library. High Desert Museum 59800 S Hwy. 97 • 541-382-4754 • highdesertmuseum.org By Her Hand: Native American Women, Their Art and the Photographs of Edward S. Curtis is an in-depth exhibition of photographs spanning a 30-year period, is now showing at the High Desert Museum. By Her Hand celebrates Indigenous artistic traditions that have existed for centuries and continue to thrive within American Indian communities today. Marking the 150th anniversary of Edward S. Curtis’s birth, the exhibition features Curtis’s photographs of Native women from the Christopher G. Cardozo Collection. From the High Desert Museum’s permanent collection, the exhibit includes historical and contemporary Photo courtesy of High Desert Museum pieces by female Native artists, giving greater historical context to Curtis’s work and showing the continuation of traditional artistic practices by artists today. The artwork of photographer Edward S. Curtis is striking, complex and controversial. His significance lies not only in the sheer volume of his work, but also the historical and cultural knowledge collected on the subject of Native American life. Over the decades, his sepia-toned prints of Native people have shaped the ways that many non-Native people think about American Indians and the American West. At the beginning of the 20th century with funds provided by J.P. Morgan, Curtis undertook the enormous project of documenting Native people from over 80 Tribes to record Native American culture amid rapid societal changes. SageBrushers Art Society 117 SW Roosevelt Ave. • Open Wednesday and Friday, 1-4pm SageBrushers Art Society presents their Annual Watercolor Exhibit through November 2. Come and enjoy this showcase of new and established artists. Oregon’s Only Arts Magazine Since 1995 | October 2018

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Pigeons Playing Ping Pong with Andy Frasco

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arallel 44 Presents is beyond excited to welcome the funky jammy birds of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong with special guest Andy Frasco to The Domino Room on Thursday, October 11. Doors are at 8:30pm and the show is at 9pm. This show is 21+. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Pigeons Playing Ping Pong brings end-of-the-world enthusiasm to their high-energy psychedelic funk. Their infectious electro-funk grooves, undeniable live energy and contagious smiles have their rabid fan base “The Flock” growing exponentially. Based out of Baltimore, Maryland, this animated quartet has been scorching up the country with their explosive performances and danceable peaks… and they’re loving every minute of it. It’s a whimsically apt metaphor for Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, a band whose very existence is rooted in the unyielding quest for joy and positive energy. Blending infectious funk grooves, psychedelic jams and experimental electronics, the Baltimore four-piece’s new album, Pizazz, is a buoyant, blissful reminder of just how much fun music can be. Eschewing the traditional funk band lineup that Photo courtesy of Parallel 44 typically includes keyboards, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong constructs effervescent soundscapes with just two guitars, bass and drums, crafting their music with a sophisticated ear for both open space and dense layering. While Pizazz is, in many ways, a familiar continuation of the journey that’s earned the band its rapidly expanding and rabidly devoted following (known as The Flock), it also marks the beginning of a new chapter for Pigeons Playing Ping Pong. The album’s 11 tracks are the group’s first recorded with new drummer Alex Petropulos, whose airtight grooves and explosive power push the band’s sound to new heights. “We’ve had some of these songs in our live catalog for a while,” says Ormont, “but playing them with Alex has breathed new life into everything. His style and energy have revealed nooks and crannies that we didn’t even realize existed in the tracks. All music boils down to having a good drummer, especially in our dance-oriented jam world, and we’ve got the best drummer I’ve ever heard right now.” It’s a bold claim, but Pigeons Playing Ping Pong has the live show to back it up. Glide Magazine called them “a band that melts faces and pulls no punches,” while C-Ville Weekly praised the growing “cult around [their] high-energy music, goofy stage antics, and all around good vibes,” and JamBase raved that guitarist/vocalist Jeremy Schon is “destined to become one of our generation’s October 5-7, 2018 finest guitarists.” Since the group’s inception nearly a decade ago at the In Shaniko, Oregon and Madras, Oregon University of Maryland (where the band’s name came to Ormont and Schon Friday, October 5th Saturday, October 6th during a moment of transcendence in Psych 100), they’ve built up a reputation at the historic Shaniko Schoolhouse Erickson Aircraft Museum at the Madras Airport as one of the most engaging and life-affirming acts on the road, maintaining 1-1:30 pm Keith Taylor 1—1:30 Keith Taylor a relentless tour schedule that has them performing up to 200 shows a year October 5-7, 2018 1:30 — 2:30 pm Meg Graf, Vicki Cox, Lance MacLean & Guest 1:30–2:30 pm Meg Graf, Vicki Cox, Lance MacLean & Guest October 2018 In Shaniko, Oregon 5-7, and Madras, Oregon and hitting festivals from coast to coast. The band even founded their own Madras, Oregon 2:30 - 3 pm Clare KennedyIn Shaniko, Oregon and 2:30-3 pm Clare Kennedy gathering, Domefest, which recently celebrated its eighth year and attracted Friday, October 5th Saturday, October 6th Friday, October Saturday, October 6 6th 3 - 4 Meg, Vicki, Lance & Guest 3-4 pm Meg Vicki, Lance & Guest Friday, October55th Saturday, October nearly 2,000 members of The Flock for an immersive weekend of love, music, at the historic Shaniko Schoolhouse Madras Airport Erickson Aircraft Museum at the historic Shaniko Schoolhouse Aircraft 4—4:30 Clare Kennedy 4Erickson — 4:30 Clare KennedyMuseum at the Madras Airport 1-1:30pmShaniko Keith Taylor 1-1:30pm Keithat Taylor at the historic Schoolhouse Erickson Aircraft Museum the Madras Airport and community. 1-1:30 pmKeith KeithMeg Taylor 1—1:30 Taylor 4:30 pm Taylor’s Silent Movie 4 :30—5Keith pm Keith 1:30-2:30pm Graf, Vicki Cox, Lance MacLean & Guest 1:30-2:30pm Meg Taylor Graf, Vicki Cox, Lance MacLean & Guest 1-1:30 pm Keith Taylor 1—1:30 Keith Taylor 2:30-3pm Clare Kennedy 2:30-3pm Clare Kennedy 1:30 — 2:30Donations pm Meg Graf,to Vicki Cox, Lance MacLean & Guest 1:30–2:30 pm Meg Graf,to Vicki Cox, LanceAppreciated MacLean & Guest “It’s really important that our live show puts out as much energy as possible the School Appreciated Donations Museum 3-4pm Meg, Vicki, Lance & Guest 3-4pm Meg, Vicki, Lance & Guest 1:30 — 2:30 pm Meg Graf, Vicki Cox, Lance MacLean & Guest 1:30–2:30 pm Meg Graf, Vicki Cox, Lance MacLean & Guest 4-4:30pm Clare Kennedy 4-4:30pm Clare Kennedy 2:30 - 3 pm Clare Kennedy 2:30-3 pm Clare Kennedy and promotes lightheartedness and positivity,” says Schon. “All that matters in 4:30pm Keith Taylor’s Silent Movie 4:30pm Keith Taylor’s Silent Movie 2:30 - 3 pm Clare Kennedy 2:30-3 pm Clare Kennedy Musicians from Oregon, California, Washington and New Hampshire! 3 - 4 Meg, Vicki, Lance & Guest 3-4 pm Meg Vicki, Lance & Guest the moment at a concert is what’s going on onstage and in the room around Donations to the School Appreciated Donations to the Museum Appreciated 3 - 4 Meg, Vicki, Lance & Guest 3-4 pm Meg Vicki, Lance & Guest 4—4:30 Clare Kennedy Jam sessions are Friday in the Shaniko 4— 4:30 Saloon, Clare Kennedy Sage inside the Stagecoach Station 7-10 you, and we try to put on a show where people can really lose themselves in 4—4:30 Clare Kennedy 4 — 4:30 Clare Kennedy pmOregon, and Saturday at the Madras Airport Erickson 7-10 pm 4:30 pm Keith Taylor’s Silent Movie 4 :30—5 pm Keith Taylor Musicians from California, Washington & NewMuseum, Hampshire! those moments and use our music as an outlet to feel good.” 4:30 pm Keith Taylor’s Silent Movie 4 :30—5 pm Keith Taylor Jam sessions are to Friday in theAppreciated Shaniko Sage Saloon, the Stagecoach Station 7-10pm All musicians who sing or playinside acoustic instruments welcome Donations the School Donations to Museum Appreciated It’s difficult to think of a more fitting match for a band like Pigeons Playing andtoSaturday the Madras Airport Erickson Museum, 7-10pm Donations the SchoolatAppreciated Donations to Museum Appreciated AllMusicians musicians who sing or play acoustic instruments welcome. Ping Pong, who radiate positivity wherever they go. Whether it’s Doc or The from 7th Oregon, California, and New Hampshire! Sunday, October Gospel MusicWashington & a Potluck Picnic ( 11 am to 1 pm) Musicians from Oregon, California, Washington and New Hampshire! Flock, the band wants to elevate each and every member of their audience to Jam sessions are in the Shaniko Sage Saloon, inside the to Stagecoach at 2 pm the All-Performer Shaniko Schoolhouse (Suggested Donation: $10 per Station person) 7-10 Sunday, October 7Friday Gospel Music &Concert a Potluck Picnic (11am 1pm) Jam sessions and are Friday in the Shaniko Sage Saloon, inside Museum, the Stagecoach Station 7-10 Saturday at the Madras Airport Erickson 7-10per pm the kind of blissful place that only the most ecstatic live music can take you. at 2pm the All-Performerpm Shaniko Schoolhouse Concert (suggested donation $10 person) pm and Saturday at the Madras Airport Erickson Museum, 7-10 pm All musicians who sing or play acoustic instruments welcome It’s a place filled with beauty and light, joy and power, love and community, Camping is free on the streets of Shaniko. Further Festival information (541) 489-3434 All musicians who sing or playFestival acousticInformation: instruments welcome Camping is free on the streets of Shaniko. Further 541-489-3434 Sunday at 5 pm, October 7th, Special Meeting of the Cascade Ragtime Society all delivered with a heaping dose of pizaaz. Sunday, October 7 at 5pmGospel - Special Meeting of thePicnic Cascade Society Sunday, October Music & a Potluck ( 11 Ragtime am to 1 pm) Event 7th sponsor: The Shaniko Preservation Guild Purchase tickets at bit.ly/PigeonsWFrasco or locally at Dr. Jolly’s & The Event Sponsor: The Shaniko Preservation Sunday, October 7th Gospel Music & a Potluck Picnic (Guild 11 am to 1 pm) at 2 pm the All-Performer Shaniko Schoolhouse Concert (Suggested Donation: $10 per person) Cosmic Depot. at 2 pm the All-Performer Shaniko Schoolhouse Concert (Suggested Donation: $10 per person)

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iolinist Kevin Kumar and High Desert Chamber Music Executive Director Isabelle Senger first met each other in the KoreanAmerican Youth Orchestra when they were eleven years old. Both went on to successful careers as professional violinists and recording artists, and enjoy coming together to perform in the Pasadena-based Crown City String Quartet. Praised by the press for his “sense of sheer enjoyment” and having “the precision and tonal richness of a virtuoso”, Kevin has appeared as soloist with a variety of orchestras, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic. He has been active as an orchestral player, serving as Concertmaster of the SchleswigHolstein Festival Orchestra under Valeri Gergiev and Semyon Bychkov in tours throughout major European cultural centers, and was personally invited by Sir Georg Solti to participate in the Solti Project at Carnegie Hall. Kevin has performed in various ensembles and festivals internationally, and has participated in numerous radio and television broadcasts. He has given the world premieres of chamber music and solo works by modern composers, and he is also active in the television and motion picture industry, having played on scores by composers such as John Williams, Danny Elfman and

Hans Zimmer. In addition to attending Columbia University and the Manhattan School of Music, Kevin received the Jascha Heifetz Scholarship and his Advanced Studies in Music Diploma from the University of Southern California and Bachelor of Arts degree from Stanford University. He plays an 1837 Rafael & Antonio Gagliano violin as well as a modern instrument by Los Angeles maker Mario Miralles. You can hear Kevin Kumar perform at COCC’s Wille Hall when High Desert Chamber Music’s 11th season continues with the Crown City String Quartet on Saturday, Photo courtesy of HDCM December 1 at 7:30pm. They will be joined by clarinetist Donald Foster, principal musician for movie composer John Williams, for two of the best known clarinet quintets ever written. Tickets are available through High Desert Chamber Music by phone or online. Come hear the music!

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ctober High Desert Chamber Music announces their Eleventh Annual Gala will be held on Saturday, November 10 at 6pm at Bend Golf Club. Bob Shaw from the KTVZ Newschannel 21 team returns as this year’s gala emcee, and the evening will include a performance, dinner and silent auction with donations from over 100 local businesses and organizations. The concert will feature recipients of their Educational Outreach program, the Spotlight Chamber Players. The Spotlight Chamber Players program provides a high level of weekly chamber music instruction with HDCM Executive Director and professional violinist Isabelle Senger, as well as select visiting artists. Auditions are held annually in the fall. The students selected for this year’s program include Mateo Garza (violin), MeiChi Neilson (piano), Nicholas Oncken (violin) and Amy

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Wheeler (cello). “This annual event is critical for our Educational Outreach goals,” states Executive Director Isabelle Senger. “This year I am pleased to showcase a new piano trio and string trio in the Spotlight Chamber Players. Funds raised at our gala allow us to continue offering this program to accomplished students without charge for their chamber music training.” High Desert Chamber Music’s Educational Outreach opportunities are offered at no cost to any students,

teachers or schools in Central Oregon. In addition to the Spotlight Chamber Players program, further Educational Outreach efforts include providing students with direct contact to guest musicians through performances and Q&A sessions at local schools, public master classes and providing students complimentary tickets to concerts. The mission of High Desert Chamber Music is to bring world class chamber music and musicians to Central Oregon. Through our concert series and Educational Outreach programs, we aspire to heighten a level of appreciation, awareness and understanding of this great genre of classical music. Tickets are available through HDCM online, in person or by phone. Seating requests are encouraged and advance ticket purchase is highly recommended. 541-306-3988 info@highdesertchambermusic.com

You are cordially invited... Saturday, November 10 6:00pm Bend Golf Club

Bob Shaw, Master of Ceremonies Performance featuring the

SPOTLIGHT CHAMBER PLAYERS Dinner, Silent Auction, Raffle Tickets available by phone or online 541-306-3988 www.HighDesertChamberMusic.com

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Rusted Root’s Front Man & Guitarist at Tower Theatre

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aturday, October 6 at 7:30pm the nonprofit Tower Theatre Foundation presents an evening of rhythm, grooves and music to move you featuring Michael Glabicki, singer/songwriter of Rusted Root and guitarist Dirk Miller. The duo return after a stand-out performance at the Tower back in 2016. As the founding member and front man of Rusted Root, Michael Glabicki has spent the last 30 years tapping into the musical inspirations of the world around us, drawing upon rhythms from Africa to classic American rock and soul. Tower Theatre Foundation Communications Manager, Amanda Bird, got to speak with Glabicki about his passion for music and the upcoming tour – here’s what she learned: A. What group or performer did you see as your first live concert, and what do you remember from it? M. I went to a lot of live Polka dance shows in Pittsburgh with my family. I remember most the sense of community and joy. Never learned to dance the Polka but I loved to watch. A. What has been the most rewarding thing for you as an artist? M. Evolving! Everyday looking for a way to grow musically and in life. A. What has changed the most throughout your career? M. Sacrificing less more and more. Feels good! A. What are you most looking forward to on this upcoming tour? M. Connecting with some new audiences. The duo show has been mostly on the east coast so far and I have a good feeling about moving it west. A. What is your favorite song to play? M. Always the new stuff- right now probably Tumbleweed. A. What influences you most? M. I am a pretty internal writer, but while performing, the crowds can really affect my arrangement and delivery. I would say them and my wife! A. What excites you about performing at the Tower in Bend? M. It seems like an extremely musical crowd. I Iike that, and I feel like it’s gonna get real! A. What is your go-to pre-show routine? M. I like to meditate and sing a Mantra. Every time I do this it makes the show amazing. A. What do you know for sure? Photo by Cara Freidham M. Love conquers all! Come join us for an intimate evening of Rusted Root classics like Send Me on My Way, Martyr, Ecstasy and songs yet to be released. For Rusted Root fans, this is a show not to be missed. All tickets are on sale now. Membership, program information and individual and group tickets are available at the box office, by phone or online. Details on events are also at facebook.com/TheTowerTheatre. 835 NW Wall Street, Bend • towertheatre.org • 541-317-0700

Kung Fu at the Domino Room

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arallel 44 Presents the amazingly talented Kung Fu on Friday, October 19 at the The Domino Room at 8:30pm. The West Coast “Fez Tour” is coming to Bend, in which the band will play one set of original music and one set of Steely Dan material. These guys come with their own brand of electro-fusion ‘new-funk’ to engage in a dance party that will have you moving all night! Local Wunderkind Maxwell Friedman Group will be kicking the evening off. Through discipline, practice and study Kung Fu has sought excellence in the art of improvised dance music. Schooled by the masters, The Headhunters,

Weather Report, Mahavishnu Orchestra and Frank Zappa, the quintet of masterfully seasoned musicians blends electro-jazz-funk with an EDM informed danceability at the highest level of skill and inspiration nightly. The resulting “NU-SION” is “captivating”, “explosive”, “jaw-dropping” and “musically mesmerizing". For the uninitiated, the experience is typically shocking yet the focus is simple: ENTER THE DRAGON! Advance tickets for this 21+ show can be purchased online at bit.ly/KungFuSteelyDanMFG or locally without fees at Dr. Jolly’s or The Cosmic Depot.


The Sounds of South Africa Come to Bend

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On Tuesday, October 16 at 7:30pm the 20-member Soweto Gospel Choir share their spirited and spectacular message with Central Oregon. The two-time GRAMMY Award-winning ensemble is presented by the nonprofit Tower Theatre Foundation, and the performance is a showcase of their universal message of love, unity and hope. The first half of the concert features their newest album, Freedom, celebrating the centenary of the birth of the father of their Rainbow Nation, Nelson Mandela. Following that, the performers will share international gospel classics including their spine-tingling rendition of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah. Since arriving on the global music scene in 2002, the Choir has captivated audiences with their harmonic wonder, mesmerizing showmanship and aweinspiring performances. USA Today described them as, “fresh and vibrant". A joyful, spiritual vision with a global perspective.” The Choir’s talent has allowed Photo courtesy of Tower Theatre them to collaborate with such artists as Bono and U2, Peter Gabriel, Robert Plant, Aretha Franklin, Pharrell Williams, Stevie Wonder and Kirk Franklin, among others. The combination of African spirituals and American pop songs will surely lift your soul, and we dare you to stay in your seat. All tickets are on sale now. Membership, program information and individual and group tickets are available at the box office, by phone or online. Details on events are also at facebook.com/TheTowerTheatre. Soweto Gospel Choir Tuesday, October 16 at 7:30pm Tickets: Reserved Seating $32, $42, $57 (plus $3 preservation fee) 835 NW Wall Street, Bend • towertheatre.org • 541-317-0700

BendBroadband’s Jazz at the Oxford 2018-19

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or five weekends from October through March, world-class jazz comes to Oxford Hotel Bend’s intimate jazz ballroom located in the heart of downtown Bend. Produced by Billboard-charting jazz musician Patrick Lamb of Patrick Lamb Productions, the 2018-2019 lineup begins in October with the effortless fusion of jazz, blues and rock from Grammy winner Lee Ritenour. November’s shows feature Guitar Legends 2018, a virtuoso guitar trio made up of Dan Balmer, Dan Faehnle and John Stowell. January brings a New Year as well as beautifully timeless, intoxicating vocals from singer Kat Edmonson. In February, we welcome a groundbreaking force among the sax elite: Paul Taylor. The ninth series closes in March with the soulful, smooth Frank McComb on keys and vocals. “Every year, our team works diligently to make BendBroadband’s Jazz at the Oxford a well-rounded experience,” said Samuel Johnson, General Manager at Oxford Hotel Bend. “Our ballroom transforms into an intimate ‘jazz club’ where incredible performers engage with our audience.” Johnson also acknowledges the support from local sponsors, without whom the series wouldn’t exist. “This series has grown over the last nine years, and we remain grateful for the unwavering support of our generous sponsors, as well as the Central Oregon community who warmly embrace our artists and sell out our series year after year.”

Shows will be at 7pm on Fridays, and at 5pm and 8pm on Saturdays. The complete artist lineup is as follows: October 19-20: Lee Ritenour Photo courtesy of The Oxford November 16-17: Guitar Legends 2018 featuring Dan Balmer, Dan Faehnle and John Stowell January 11-12, 2019: Kat Edmonson February 8-9, 2019: Paul Taylor March 15-16, 2019: Frank McComb Georges Bouhey will continue to host the series’ free music education workshops, allowing local artists and music enthusiasts to talk, play with and learn from world-class performers. Workshops will be held on the Saturday of the performance weekend in October, January and February beginning at 11:15am in the lower level jazz room of Oxford Hotel Bend. Now in its ninth year, BendBroadband’s Jazz at the Oxford  brings talented musicians to the intimate ballroom of Oxford Hotel Bend, located in the heart of downtown Bend.  Patrick Lamb Productions  produces the series, which features an array of never-before-seen in Bend performers. oxfordhotelbend.com/jazz-at-the-oxford Oregon’s Only Arts Magazine Since 1995 | October 2018

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Award Winning Musical Oliver Hits the Stage!

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rab your tickets and prepare to be amazed as 48 of your friends and neighbors sing, dance and act their way into your hearts as they present Charles Dickens’s time-honored tale of the orphaned boy Oliver as he searches for love and belonging. Oliver, adapted from the original by Wayne R. Scott, will open the sixth season of our local community theater troupe, The Sunriver Stars, and be performed at The Door, 56885 Enterprise Drive under the direction of Victoria Kristy. How did Sunriver get so lucky to have it’s very own community theater? CASCADES “A lot of wonderful things had to happen to make my dream come true,” THEATRICAL COMPANY says Kristy, Artistic Director and Founder of SSCT. “My background PRESENTS is directing children’s theater but when my husband and I retired to Sunriver, it just seemed natural to start a theater for the community that would offer performance opportunities for all ages. I love to see eight year Photo courtesy of Sunriver STARS olds and 80 year olds on stage together!” she says. Four times a year the Sunriver stars are invited to transform the Door space into the imaginary places theater is bound to take us. When you enter the ‘theater’ beginning October 19, you will be transported to the streets of Victorian England. Black pipe and drape surround the walls and bring intimacy to the usually open space. A two level set, created by Doug Griffin will make you believe you have stepped into a time machine and are wandering the back alleys of London. Glorious Victorian era costumes will add to the magic and those 48 local actors ranging this time in age from five to mid 70s will make you so proud that we have our very own community actors group and a place to perform, you’ll want to join! Oliver runs October 19-20 and 25-27. Tickets and information can be found at sunriverstars.org

Altar Egos BY MAXWELL ANDERSON DIRECTED BY KAREN SIPES

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THU-SAT: 7:30PM SUN: 2PM MATINEE $20 ADULT $16 SENIOR • $16 STUDENT 148 NW GREENWOOD AVE. BEND, OR 97703 TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT CASCADESTHEATRICAL.ORG OR THROUGH THE BOX OFFICE 541.389.0803 “Bad Seed” is presented in special arrangement with Dramatists Play Services, Inc. New York

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he High Desert Community Theater Presents! Altar Egos (The I Do’s and Don’ts of an American Wedding). “All we want is a simple wedding,” agree Mark and Colleen as they get engaged. And their simple wedding stays simple, for about two minutes. Then the families get involved. There are the McMasters, who think the Frobishers are a bunch of snooty dudes, and the Frobishers, who picture the McMasters as a crowd of hillbillies. The bride’s father keeps offering the soon-to-bewed couple thousands of dollars to elope, “No questions asked!” The bride’s mother decides to call in her sister, who is a sweet, lovely woman, until she becomes “The Coordinator." The groom needs a best man so he enlists his uncle Josh, who’s an old hippie. The bride’s kid sister can’t wait for the wedding either, since she gets the bride’s old room, if she can talk Dad out of it, who wants it for a den, if he can talk Mom out of it, who wants it for a quilting room. The two mothers are literally dueling over the rehearsal dinner seating chart while the bride and groom wonder where it all went wrong. Throw into this mix football

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referees, tailors, circus ringmasters, caterers and even an interpreter and you get just some of the Altar Egos. Written by Pat Cook and produced by special arrangement with Eldridge Publishing Company. Altar Ego will be performed by the High Desert Community Theater on October 25-27 at 7pm and October 28 at 2pm at The Madras Performing Arts Center. Tickets are free and available at the Madras Chamber of Commerce and the Culver City Hall. Donations are gladly accepted at the door.


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Central Oregon Sparrow Clubs Announces Swinging with the Stars Tickets on Sale

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entral Oregon Sparrow Clubs is pleased to announce that tickets are on sale for the eighth annual Swinging with the Stars”event, scheduled for October 20 at the Tower Theatre. Doors open for the Saturday night show at 5pm. Come and get your picture taken on the red carpet. The show starts at 6pm. Swinging with the Stars is modeled after the wildly popular Dancing with the Stars program. Featuring seven local celebrities, paired with professional dancers, each couple will dance and compete to take home the “People’s Choice Award” and the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy. The audience decides who takes home the grand prize trophy as they cast votes for their favorite dancing couple through donating to Sparrow Clubs. Each dollar equals one vote. The event will also showcase local dance talent. All money raised will be used locally to help Sparrow Clubs continue serving children in medical need and empowering youth to make a difference in our communities. Sparrow Clubs is proof that you’re never too young to make a difference. As the nation’s only youth-based charity of its kind, Sparrow Clubs not only provides financial and emotional support for critically ill children and their families, but also empowers young people to help a child through charitable service experiences. Sparrow Clubs is centered on the concept of “empowering kids to help kids in medical need.” The 2018 “Star Dancer” Lineup • Aaron Tandem “The Fitness Phenom” – Personal Trainer at Empowered Strength, dancing with Tammy Goen • Brant Wommack “The Ruler of Radiology” – Co-owner, Central Oregon Radiology Associates, dancing with Nastassia Miller • Christine Browning “The Royalty of Realty” – Owner, Red Door Realty, dancing with Moshe Morgan • Dorrell Wenninger “The Weather Wiz” – Meteorologist, Central Oregon Daily, dancing with Vanessa Jacobson • Elise Michaels “The Media Marvel” – Owner, Elise Michaels Media, dancing with Jordan Hunt • Jeremy Buller “The Hospital Hero” – Registered Nurse, St. Charles Redmond, dancing with Deborah Coblentz • Julie Hammond “The Duchess of Indemnity” – Brown & Brown Northwest Insurance, dancing with Rod Hunt Tickets are reserved seating and are set at $27 per person and early purchase is recommended to secure the best seats. Tickets may be purchased by visiting the Tower Theatre website or by calling 541-317-0700. For all the details about the event, sponsorship opportunities, and how to support Sparrow Clubs, visit www.swingingwiththestars.org or contact Nancy Childers at 541-312-8630

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Wild Kingdom’s Peter Gros Brings the Jungle to the Tower Theatre

n Monday, October 22 at 7:30pm the nonprofit Tower Theatre Foundation presents an evening with Wild Kingdom’s Peter Gros. Peter will share his exciting animal world, and travel tales from Siberia to the Amazon. He highlights his adventures with a mix of video clips and bloopers while introducing live, friendly exotic animals to audience members. As a lifelong champion for the natural world, Peter’s goal is to share his passion with people across the planet, inspiring them to protect animals both locally and globally. “We need to continue to deliver a powerful message about how each of us can make a daily difference in preserving our natural world,” Gros says. “It is possible to use our natural resources in a sustainable manner. We simply need to educate our nations about the importance of wildlife conservation.” Join us for a family-friendly evening of tails and tales, and support the worldwide movement of conservation and preservation. All tickets are on sale now. Membership, program information and individual and group tickets are available at the box office, by phone or online. Details on events are also at facebook.com/TheTowerTheatre. Wild Kingdom’s Peter Gros Monday, October 22 at 7:30pm Reserved Seating $22, $32, $42 (plus $3 preservation fee) Tower Theatre 835 NW Wall Street, Bend towertheatre.org • 541-317-0700 Oregon’s Only Arts Magazine Since 1995 | October 2018

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The Author! Author! Literary Series Enters Its Seventh Season with Another Stellar Lineup

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our bestselling authors will make their way to Central Oregon for the seventh season of the Deschutes Public Library Foundation’s popular Author! Author! literary series: Maria Semple, Sarah Vowell, Colum McCann and Richard Russo. With a collective 30 books between the four of them, this author line-up promises to deliver a rich variety of experience and perspective to the community: MARIA SEMPLE Friday, October 5 • 7pm • Bend High School Auditorium Maria Semple is the author of the novels Today Will Be Different, Where’d You Go, Bernadette and This One is Mine. Before writing fiction, she wrote for the TV shows 90210,  Mad About You,  Arrested Development and  others. Where’d You Go, Bernadette spent over a year on the New York Times bestseller list and made over a dozen year-end best lists. It’s currently being made into a film starring Cate Blanchett and Kristen Wiig.

SARAH VOWELL Thursday, November 15 • 7pm • Bend High School Auditorium Sarah Vowell is the New York Times bestselling author of seven nonfiction books on American history and culture. Her books include Unfamiliar Fishes, Assassination Vacation, The Wordy Shipmates and Lafayette in the Somewhat United States. Vowell is a contributing editor for This American Life and is also the voice of teenage superhero Violet Parr in Pixar Animation Studios’ The Incredibles. COLUM McCANN Thursday, February 21, 2019 • 7pm • Riverhouse Convention Center Colum McCann is the author of six novels and three collections of stories. Born and raised in Dublin, Ireland, he is the recipient of many international honors, including the National Book Award for his novel Let the Great World Spin, which McCann is adapting for a screenplay. His book TransAtlantic was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize. McCann is a contributor to The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic Monthly, and The Paris Review. RICHARD RUSSO Thursday, March 14, 2019 • 7pm • Riverhouse Convention Center Richard Russo is the author of eight novels, most recently Everybody’s Fool and That Old Cape Magic. He received the Pulitzer Prize in 2002 for his novel Empire Falls. His most recent collection is The Destiny Thief: Essays on Writing, Writers, and Life. Additional awards include  The Indie Champion Award by the American Booksellers Association as well as  France’s Grand Prix de Littérature Américaine. Russo is also a screenwriter, having written the teleplay for the HBO adaptation of Empire Falls as well as other screenplays. “The community support for Author! Author! has been tremendous,” says Chantal Strobel, the project director for the series. “The Foundation continues to work hard to bring high-level writers and thinkers into the region to promote dialogue and engagement. The wealth of literary talent out there has certainly found its audience in Central Oregon,” she says. The seventh season sees the popular literary series splitting its time between two venues: the Bend High School auditorium for the first two authors in 2018, and Bend’s Riverhouse on the Deschutes for the two authors in 2019. General admission tickets are just $30 per event, but the entire four-author series is available for $100. A limited number of preferred seating packages, which include a private reception with each author, are available for $180 for the series. Money raised from ticket sales is used by the Foundation to support Deschutes Public Library programs and services that are not funded by tax dollars.

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The Library Foundation also provides free tickets for up to 200 regional high school students to attend the author presentations. “The outreach is part of an effort to connect with area youth and to expose them to quality literature while engaging them in discussions regarding the books’ themes,” says Strobel. For more information, visit the Foundation website at www.dplfoundation.org or call 541-312-1027

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Fall Down Angel

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Each of us is born into this world as a perfect little angel. Sometimes – because of hard luck, adverse circumstance, quirks of fate, and our own reckless decisions – the perfect little angel falls down.

all Down Angel is a contemporary novel based on the true-life adventures of two runaways who work their way west hopping freight trains. The young man makes a series of bad decisions, turns to petty crime, is arrested and spends ten years in Folsom Prison. The young lady seizes on a business opportunity to become the madam of a legal brothel in Nevada. The genius of the story is in the strange twist of events when the two main characters meet again decades later and discover they share a common past. The backbone of this rich narrative is in the well-developed characters and an evolving plot that compels the reader to keep turning pages. Each decision made by the two main characters has dire implications for shaping the eventual outcome of their lives. Woven into this rich tapestry of story is a particular time — the era surrounding the Great Depression — and the coming of age of the American West. Rick Steber has over 40 titles under his belt and more than a million books in print. His writing has won many awards and is the only Oregon author to have been presented with the prestigious Western Writers of America Spur Award — Best Western Novel. He is a keen observer of the evolving American West and articulates these changes in prose that is boldly descriptive, invigorating and creative. ricksteber.com

Arcadia Publishing & The History Press Release Sunriver Publication Date: October 15

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he idyllic community of Sunriver sits at the crossroads of Central Oregon. The region was inhabited as early as 11,500 years ago by native tribes. The first non-native explorers filtered through the area in the early 19th century, and homesteaders began farming the region in the late 1800s. During World War II, large tracts of land in the area became a training center for the US Army Corps of Engineers called Camp Abbot. In 1965, developer John Gray and attorney Don McCallum announced plans to build a residential and resort community on the former Army site. Named for the area’s two main features, sunshine and recreational waters, Sunriver is a dynamic community. Today, permanent residents and vacationing visitors take advantage of Central Oregon’s recreational opportunities, including golfing, fishing, hiking, biking, skiing and snowboarding. Local historian Tor Hanson has lived in Bend

for more than 25 years. He is a board member of the Deschutes County Historical Society and editor of its newsletter, the Homesteader. Hanson holds a degree in information and public relations from Skurup Folkhögskola in Sweden and is a freelance writer for various magazines and newspapers. The images are curated from the Sunriver Owners Association (SROA), Sunriver Resort, Sunriver Chamber of Commerce, Deschutes Historical Museum and other sources. Arcadia Publishing & The History Press is the largest and most comprehensive publisher of local and regional content in the U.S. By empowering local history and culture enthusiasts to write local stories for local audiences, we create exceptional books that are relevant on a local and personal level, and bring readers closer to their community, their neighbors and their past. arcadiapublishing.com

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LITERARY

Bend Voice Artist Brings New Part of Jane Austen’s Universe to Life Of Fortune’s Reversal: A Pride and Prejudice Variation, by Don Jacobsen

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he Netherfield Ball is a pivotal moment in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. But what if the Netherfield Ball never happened?   Of Fortune’s Reversal is a novella-length tale based upon an inversion of Mrs. Bennet’s exclamation that with one good marriage, the other girls will be thrown in front of rich men. For more than two centuries, the Jane/Bingley: Lizzy/Darcy tetrarchy has been portrayed as the solution to Mary and Kitty’s marriage difficulties, not to mention Mrs. Bennet’s housing requirements. But what if that was not the case? Barbara Rich What if Mr. Bennet dies just as Jane is receiving the Bingley sisters’ invitation to dinner?  No rainy-day horseback ride. No cold for Jane. No Elizabeth coming to Netherfield to nurse her elder sister...so no links forged in any way with Bingley... and Darcy.  No Netherfield Ball. Barbara Rich, of Richcraft Studios, was a longtime Jane Austen aficionado before venturing into the Austen world as an audiobook narrator.  She was thrilled at the opportunity to explore this alternative universe tale and bringing to light some of the less prominent figures from Pride and Prejudice.  Rich says, “A hugely fun part of audiobook narration is discovering each character’s voice and having the privilege of bringing voices to a THEY’VE MOVED TO THE CANDY AISLE world that I love is such a treat!”  All of this said in the most proper British accent, of course. Author Don Jacobson has written professionally since his post-collegiate days as a wire service reporter in Chicago. His output has ranged from news and features to advertising, television and radio. His work has been nominated for Emmys and other awards. Earlier in his career, he published five books, all non-fiction. He holds an advanced degree in History with specialties in Modern European History and the History of American Foreign Relations. As a college instructor, Don teaches United States History, World History, the History of Western Civilization and Research Writing. Don turned his passion for reading The Canon into writing JAFF. He has published six works in the genre since late 2015. As a member of The Austen Authors Collective, Don joins (and he is modestly bowing his head to admit that he is the knave in this deck of Queens and Kings) other Janites who seek to This photo was taken in Oregon. It’s not unique. In fact, more than 1 in 3 extend the Mistress’ stories beyond the endings retailers that sell tobacco have tobacco products and advertising at a she so carefully crafted. child’s eye level or next to items kids find appealing, like candy and toys. Of Fortune’s Reversal is available on Amazon, And when you think about how many convenience stores are in Oregon, iTunes and Audible. that’s a lot of opportunity to expose our kids to tobacco. Other books performed by Barbara Rich LEARN MORE SMOKEFREEOREGON.COM #WHATSFORSALE LIKE US ON FACEBOOK include: The Giant Chinchilla of Oz, The Maid Smokefree Oregon is an Oregon Health Authority initiative. and the Footman, Lessers and Betters, When Angels Fall, When Love Wins and Break in the Storm.

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CUISINE

Spice Merchant’s Tips

Pumpkin Pie Spice Chili, courtesy of Savory Spice

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• Food • Wine & Beer • Raffles • Auction and more!

A donated painting by Deni Porter, “CARE AND SHARE BEARS FILLING DON’S TRUCK“ will be auctioned with proceeds going to Care and Share.

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SUNRIVER EXHIBITS Artists’ Gallery Sunriver 57100 Beaver Dr. Bldg 19 541-593-4382, artistsgallerysunriver.com Artist, Deni Porter is donating her painting entitled, Sunriver Care and Share Bears Fill Don’s Truck. This original will be auctioned off the night of the event and all proceeds go to Care and Share. And as an extra added bonus, the Gallery will have pre-holiday shopping treasures to choose from. Those attending will get a preview of items created just for gift giving and preview just this one evening. Sunriver Public Library 56855 Venture Ln. 541-312-1080 Join us in enjoying the artwork of Langford Barksdale and Peter Gundy at the Sunriver Library continuing through October. Sunriver Resort Lodge - Betty Gray Gallery 17600 Center Dr. • 503-780-2828 Sunriver Resort Lodge Betty Gray Gallery presents metal sculptors Brent Lawrence and Luke Lawrence with Courtney Holton, painter. The artists’ work appears in the upper and lower galleries through Thanksgiving weekend until November 25. Brent Lawrence, sculptor and a third generation metal worker, as a young boy observed his father’s early artistic endeavors welding with wire. Intrigued, he learned how to use an oxy-acetylene torch, cutting daisies from Campbell Soup can lids. At age ten, he became not only an artist but an entrepreneur, selling his creations to his grade school teachers; he continued art pursuits through early high school. Luke Lawrence, a fourth generation metal worker and third generation artist, graduated from the University of Oregon, majoring in philosophy which included the study of art’s emergence, it’s reflection of and impact upon culture. Following college, work in the Caribbean and traveling the US, he returned to work with his father, Brent Lawrence, and to his own art of wildlife sculpture. Also in the current exhibition, Courtney Holton shows his recent “construction series,” featuring a dark background painted on canvas to which he adheres embellished metallic strips, producing a 3D effect. He also shows elaborately painted ink jet photographic portraits of Native Americans, desiring “to remember and to respect.” The Wooden Jewel 57100 Beaver Dr. 541-593-4151 • info@thewoodenjewel.com • thewoodenjewel.com Resident artist Michael Bryant is a gifted sculptor with a long list of accolades. He carves wildlife, people and places from one solid pieces of fine wood. Michael does not use models or pictures only his personal vision from deep within. By incorporating innovative materials with her exceptional design sense, Sarah Graham creates jewelry that is unlike anything else:organic,textural,with a muted palate that is subtly feminine, yet substantial, unique, yet universal in its appeal.


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Fill Don's Truck at Artists' Gallery Sunriver ou are invited! Mark your calendars for a night of fun, community and giving. The Artists’ Gallery is celebrating the Generosity of Central Oregon with food, wine, beer, raffles and live music on October 19 from 4-7pm. Sponsors for Local's Night include First Interstate Bank and Sunriver Brewing Company. Bring a non-perishable food item and you’ll be given a ticket to be entered in our raffle. The more items you bring, the more opportunities to win. Raffle items include art, jewelry, gift cards and more. Our goal is to fill Don's truck and provide the local food bank, Care and Share, with the staples to feed those in need this fall and winter. Especially critical are proteins like canned tuna and chili.

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Dragonfly Diptych by Brent & Luke Lawrence

Sunriver Lodge Betty Gray Gallery unriver Resort Lodge Betty Gray Gallery presents metal sculptors Brent Lawrence and Luke Lawrence with Courtney Holton, painter; the three artists’ work appears in the upper and lower galleries through Thanksgiving weekend until November 25. On Saturday, October 13 from 4:30-6pm, the artists will attend a public reception in their honor in the upper gallery. Brent Lawrence, sculptor and a third generation metal worker, as a young boy observed his father’s early artistic endeavors welding with wire. Intrigued, he learned how to use an oxy-acetylene torch, cutting daisies from Campbell Soup can lids. At age ten, he became not only an artist but an entrepreneur, selling his creations to his grade school teachers; he continued art pursuits through early high school. Following graduation from Portland State University, Lawrence worked in a bank (noting, “in a cubical”) and decided art was of greater interest. He returned to Sheridan and worked with his father, noted artist and gallery

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owner, Gary Lawrence, beginning to foster his own creativity. Exploring his own style, he cut and welded bronze, steel and stainless steel into African animals – giraffes, elephants, wildebeest herds. Later creations were challenging 4” thick, contoured tide pools with welded rocks, kelp, clams and mussels. Tiring of those time consuming 3D creations, the young artist learned casting, finding his preference for hands-on fabrication with the metals of his early training. He broadened his creative style, experimenting with chemicals to produce patinas. Over two laborious years, he perfected how to adhere these unique patinas to steel and stainless steel, and later adapted to a plasma torch to more readily cut steel into unique shapes. Now, after 30 some years of artistic creation and experimentation, he painstakingly creates his modernized expression of man’s earliest art form cave drawings. With elongated leather gloves and leather apron, eye protection continued on next page >>>


Strong Attendance & SUNRIVER Donations Highlight Sunriver Music Festival's 41st Season s reported to the Sunriver Music Festival’s Board of Trustees, Leonard Bernstein and inspired programming proved a winning combination for the Festival’s 41st season. “Four out of the six ticketed summer concerts were sold out and the other two were well-attended,” states Pam Beezley, the Festival’s Executive Director. “Overall sales grew almost $6,000 from last year’s summer season, proving the popularity of the Bernstein-inspired programs created by Maestro George Hanson.” Beezley added that one of the most satisfying results of the 41st season was an increase in fundraising. The Festival’s two major fundraisers—the Swings fore Strings golf tournament and the Festival Faire auction gala—both

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and charcoal filter mask, he creates his difficult and long-desired replication of the Paleolithic art of 36,000 years ago. Using stylized images of elk, bison, bear, trout, salmon, even dragonflies and paying homage to a far distant past, Brent Lawrence successfully produces his distinct and singular art. A professional artist since 1987, Brent Lawrence’s sculpture shows in galleries throughout the West. Cowboys and Indians Magazine and Southwest Art Magazine also featured his art. His work appears in the noted collections of Stephen Forbes (Forbes Magazine), Larry Graveel (former owner, Under Armor), Mike O’Meara (PGA Pro Golfer), Y.A. Tittle (Pro Football Hall of Fame), and many others. Luke Lawrence, a fourth generation metal worker and third generation artist, graduated from the University of Oregon, majoring in philosophy which included the study of art’s emergence, it’s reflection of and impact upon culture. Following college, work in the Caribbean and traveling the US, he returned to work with his father, Brent Lawrence, and to his own art of wildlife sculpture. He speaks of his enjoyment in working with his hands, with metal and creating, as well as his pleasure in working with and learning from his grandfather and father. Thus, he continues the precedent set by earlier generations in that his grandfather, Gary Lawrence, learned metal working from his father. Hence four Lawrence generations have created with metal. Galleries in Park City, Utah; Sedona, Arizona; Whitefish, Montana; and Portland, Oregon feature the art of Luke Lawrence who works as a professional artist since 2009. His fire art sculpture received the third place award in the 2018 Bend Winter Fest competition. Also in the current exhibition, Courtney Holton shows his recent “construction series,” featuring a dark background painted on canvas to which he adheres embellished metallic strips, producing a 3D effect. He also shows elaborately painted ink jet photographic portraits of Native Americans, desiring “to remember and to respect.” The artist, a native Oregonian, now divides his time between Bend and southern France where he presently studies printmaking with a renowned French printer. Billye Turner curates exhibitions for the resort and for information, contact her at 503-780-2828 or billyeturner@bendnet.com

increased in net proceeds this year and that allowed the Festival to award more scholarships through the Young Artists Scholarship program. “Many concert attendees are unaware that a major mission of the Festival is to encourage the next generation of artists,” explains Beezley. “This year we awarded $39,400 to 26 students between the ages 13 and 23, the highest dollar amount in our scholarship program’s 22-year history.” Although the 41st summer season is in the record books, the music continues. The Festival is now selling tickets to its popular Fireside Concerts starting Friday, December 7 with Boogie Woogie Pianist Arthur Migliazza. In December, tickets will go on sale for the Festival’s 2019 Valentine Dinner & Dance, which makes a great Christmas present.

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SISTERS EXHIBITS Canyon Creek Pottery 310 North Cedar St. • 541-390-2449 • canyoncreekpotteryllc.com Fine handmade pottery by Kenneth G. Merrill made in Sisters. Clearwater Art Gallery 303 West Hood • 541-549-4994 • theclearwatergallery.com 4th Friday Art Stroll, Navajo rugs, jewelry and baskets made 50 or 100 years ago, prevalent in museums and Native American Antique Galleries, need to be regarded as representing people of a former time. Cowgirls & Indians Resale 160 SW Oak St. • 541-549-6950 Gently used Western wear, art and furniture. Art by M. Barbera Bronze, Ed Morgan, William F. Reese, Heinie Hartwig originals, Native American baskets and jewelry, buying Native American jewelry and artworks. Hood Avenue Art 220 S Pine St #103 541-719-1800 • hoodavenueart.com info@hoodavenueart.com October 26, 4-7pm, Fourth Friday Art Stroll features the playful and mysterious metal sculptures of Breezy Anderson. Her life size figures, delightful combines, and kinetic pieces charm the viewer. Katherine Taylor’s luminous oil paintings of land and sky shine with high desert light painted in an Old Master style. Exhibit runs October 24-November 20. Join us for our artists’ reception with free refreshments and live music. Sign up for the Quick Draw!

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Ken Scott’s Imagination Gallery 222 West Hood Ave. • 541-912-0732 Scott’s fabulous designs in metal prompt imagination and admiration, wide ranging decor with hints of other, more romantic eras, to a decidedly whirlwind love affair with the future.

The Jewel 221 West Cascade Ave. • 541-549-9388 Ongoing exhibit, jewelry by Mary Jo Weiss. Jill’s Wild (tasteful!) Women Showroom 183 E Hood Ave. • 541-617-6078 • jillnealgallery.com Artwork, cards, giftware and ceramics. Sisters Artworks 204 W Adams Ave. Journeys Art Quilters present their annual show Walking the Line from September 28 to November 16. Members include Catherine Beard, Judith

Beaver, Helen Brisson, Sheila Finzer, Betty Gientke, June Jaeger, Jean Wells Keenan, Charlene Kenny, Tonye Phillips, Donna Rice, Jodi Rusconi, Martha Sanders, Marion Shimoda, Mary Stiewig and Jan Tetzlaff. Sisters Gallery & Frame Shop 252 W Hood Ave. • 541-549-9552 • sistersgallery.com Gallery open 11am-5pm daily, Sundays by appointment. Custom framing and photo restoration. Featuring creative work by Oregon photographers and artists Curtiss Abbott, Gary Albertson, J. Chester Armstrong, Paul Alan Bennett, Wendy Birnbaum, Candace Bruguier, Antonia Carriere, Jan Hanson, Jennifer Hartwig, Vicki Hodge, Norma Holmes, Ann Grossnickle, Kimry Jelen, Carol Grigg, Dennis McGregor, Laurie SantaMaria, Dennis Schmidling, Jodi Schneider, Pat Siegner and Caroline Stratton-Crow. Studio Redfield 183 East Hood Ave. • 541-588-6332 Featuring hand-painted tiles ceramics, art cards, jewelry, abstract paintings and impressionistic landscapes, hand-painted mugs, bright decorative ceramics, wire baskets, tiled end tables. Paintings by Randy Redfield and original hand-painted tile by Kibak Tile. The Porch 243 N Elm St. • 541-549-3287 • theporch-sisters.com Featuring Casey Gardner’s acrylic paintings. The Stitchin' Post 311 W Cascade Ave. 541-549-6061 • stitchinpost.com Central Oregon art quilters explored in fabric the “threads” that hold our art, our lives and out communities together in our 2018 challenge. The exhibit showcases the varied interpretations of the theme by a diverse group talented quilters. Each piece is unique but unified by theme and size by size - 18” by 40” or 40” by 18.” The artists are all members of the Central Oregon Studio Art Quilt Associates Inc. (SAQA), an international non-profit organization founded in 1989 to serve artists working in the art quilt medium, as well as teachers, collectors, gallery owners, museum curators and corporate sponsors who recognize the importance of the art quilt. Participating artists in this exhibit are: Kathy Kutansky, June Jaeger, Charlene Kenny, Martha Sanders, Donna Rice, Sharon Carvalho, Leotie Richards, Jean Wells Keenan, Kristin Shields, Diane Browning, Betty Gientke, Joan Upshaw, Kris Lang, Mary Stiewig, Patti Stewart, Patti Stewart, Jan McBrien Tetzlaff, Marion Shimoda, Helen Brisson, Judy Beaver, Jody Rusconi, Kristan Collins, Tierney Davis-Hogan and Susan Cobb.

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Geothermally Heated Cabins Hot Mineral Baths 541-943-3931

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The Museum at Warm Springs 2189 U.S. 26 • 541-553-3331 • museumatwarmsprings.org Tribal members demonstrate & share family heirlooms.

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Treaty Conference in celebration of The Museum At Warm Springs’ 25th anniversary will take place October 25-27. People of the River, People of the Salmon: Then, Now and Tomorrow (“Wana Thlama-Nusuxmí Tanánma: E-Wah’-Cha’-Nye”) will be hosted by The Museum At Warm Springs and will focus on the 1855 Treaty and the establishment of the museum in 1993 as important actions of inherent sovereignty. The three-day event will conclude with an honoring of Living Treasures, Warm Springs tribal citizens whose knowledge and commitment to perpetuating the cultural and heritage leave a legacy for future generations. The Treaty with the Tribes of Middle Oregon 1855 will be on display in the museum October 2-November 3. The exhibit will include six pages of the original copy of the Treaty with the Tribes of Middle Oregon 1855 that established the Warm Springs Reservation. Warm Springs tribal member and museum archivist Evaline Patt selected the pages that are on loan from the National Archives in Washington D.C. Museum hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9am to 5pm, and 8am to 5pm during the Treaty Conference. “On March 14, 1993, The Museum At Warm Springs opened its doors as a living repository and center to perpetuate the culture and heritage of The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs,” articulated Douglas Goe, Museum Board of Directors Chairman, “The Treaty Conference is an important Museum 25th anniversary event that will educate the public about tribal history, culture and heritage and the Treaty with the Tribes of Middle Oregon 1855 that established the Warm Springs Reservation.” Conference speakers and distinguished guests will include: Warm Springs tribal

thought-provoking imagery & evocative symbolism, they are much more than a painting. Come see why we were awarded the 2017 Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor & are now ranked #2 of things to do in our area. Maragas Winery Lattavo Gallery 15523 SW Hwy. 97, Culver • 541-546-5464 • maragaswinery.com The caricature art adorning the bottles of Maragas wines was created by Doug Maragas’ mother, Joanne Lattavo, in the late ‘50s & early ‘60s. Joanne was an accomplished oil painter with a renowned art gallery. Redmond Library 827 SW Deschutes Ave, Redmond • 541-312-1050 • deschuteslibrary.org Through December, the Redmond Library will have an array of art in several mediums, mixed media, fused glass, and watercolor paintings created by local artists. Silent Reading Room: Watercolors by Linda Swindle. Her subject matter is diverse but the underlying theme is to capture the moment in a loose, spontaneous technique and approach. Linda often chooses animals for subject matter with lots of inspiration coming from her life on the ranch. Her creatures can often be whimsical or more realistic depending on her mood. Bold color is a mainstay for her. Beginning in November, Linda will also be displaying her unique wearable art. Swindle creates through the process of wet Nuno felting using silk, rayon, cotton, wool and fine Merino wool fibers to fuse them together. Display Case: Fused glass art by Katie Harris. Katie works in brightly colored fused glass making decorative and functional pieces as well as creating unique

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leaders; tribal leaders and dignitaries representing the Native Nations of the Columbia River and Pacific Northwest; local and state government officials of Oregon; U.S. Congressional members of the Oregon delegation; prominent Native American attorneys, scholars, educators and cultural leaders. The Treaty Conference will focus on—educating Warm Springs tribal children and citizens as it pertains to their inheritance of the Treaty’s rights and responsibilities; offering a history of treaties and Oregon tribes; arranging informative panels for the administrators of Oregon’s county and state governments, along with federal administrators of the Pacific Northwest region; assisting Oregon teachers and educators to understand treaties and the history of Oregon’s tribes with regard to the mandate of teaching American Indian history in schools; providing essential education for current and future Oregon citizens regarding tribal sovereignty and co-management of Natural Resources; affording insight to the cultural constant — Natural Laws of the Creator — of Oregon tribes; affirming the economic benefits of tribal sovereignty and governance. The Treaty Conference is open to the general public and those interested in tribal affairs. Registration is required. The conference is free to Warm Springs tribal citizens but will be capped at 100 attendees with registration being first come, first served. Total conference attendance will be capped at 300. The registration fee for all three days of the conference is $350 for non-tribal citizens (attendees) and includes lunch each day. Lodging is not included. To register, contact Deb Stacona, Development Director, The Museum At Warm Springs at 541-553-3331, ext. 405; dstacona@museumatwarmsprings.org.

jewelry. Grace Grinnell and Linda Barker, well-known Central Oregon Artists, are blending their individual talents to create richly textured pieces from diverse materials in their exhibit titled A Collaboration. This is the first showing of their joyous work. Redmond Senior Center 325 NW Dogwood • 541-548-632 Lavonne Smith is the artist for October, 2018. She started painting four years ago by attending classes and lessons from local art teachers. Watercolors are her first choice and although experimenting with other mediums, still her favorite. She is drawn to the beauty of nature but gives in to “fun stuff ” periodically. She is the coordinator for the monthly art exhibit at the Redmond Senior Center and has enjoyed meeting our city’s many accomplished artists. “ School House Produce 1430 SW Highland Ave. • 541-504-7112 • schoolhouseproduce.com School House Produce is pleased to exhibit the work of SageBrushers Art Society member Jennifer Ware-Kempke. Come enjoy florals, still life and landscape during the months of October and November. Jennifer has taught watercolor at SageBrushers Art Society for five years and believes that teaching helps to improve her art and introduces interesting challenges. Enjoy the products of this journey while enjoying the produce of Oregon. St. Charles Hospital Redmond, 1253 NW Canal Blvd. • 541-548-8131 Rotating local artists. Oregon’s Only Arts Magazine Since 1995 | October 2018

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CALL TO ART

ARTISTS GALLERY SUNRIVER 57100 Beaver Drive, Building 19 • 541-593-4382 • artistsgallerysunriver.com A unique opportunity for local artists to join the Artists’ Gallery Sunriver. It’s a rare opportunity as AGS seldom has openings. Are you a fine artist or fine crafts person? Looking for 2D artists (mixed media, encaustic, oil, watercolor) and 3D metal artist, wood turning, jewelry wearable art, unique pottery, photography or Sculpture? Live locally? We are For Artists By Artists. Participating members work shifts, have generous space to show their work, and share in the operations of the gallery business. Generous commissions percentage paid twice monthly and low monthly expense is shared among Artist Members. Ready to find out more information? Contact Jury Chair: Dori Kite agsrjurycommittee@gmail.com or come on into the Gallery in the Village at Sunriver. SUNRIVER STARS COMMUNITY THEATER ANNOUNCES AUDITIONS Come join the fun on Monday, October 29 at 6pm in Room 208 of the Village Properties Building, 56835 Venture Lane, in the Sunriver Business Park. We will be auditioning for the Semi-staged Readers’ Theater comical version of a handful of acts of The Canterbury Tales or… Geoffrey Chaucer’s Flying Circus. There are parts for 11 men (including Geoffrey Chaucer, Sir Elvis Knight and Alex Trebek) and nine women (including The Wife of Bath, The Queen of England and Ugly Old Woman). The more the merrier, and most actors will have multiple roles. All actors will also be encouraged to help with the production side of this presentation. Rehearsals will be Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6-9pm in Room 208. Usually not everyone will be called each evening. Our performances are at THE DOOR on November 30 at 7pm, and December 1 at 3pm, with a special one act performance at the Sunriver Monthly Potluck on November 14. If you are interested in joining this irreverent romp, but can’t attend the scheduled audition, please contact Susan Evans Inman, the Director, at 541-598-7417 or SusansPacas@yahoo.com, for a separate audition. UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP OF CENTRAL OREGON The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon’s Art Resource Team invites artists to submit up to three digital images for consideration in the upcoming exhibit in our Linus Pauling Gallery, from December 2 through February 3. All About Trees will feature tree images - all manner and variety of trees: individual trees, forests, close up or from a distance, young trees, old trees, spring trees, autumn trees, winter trees, trees in summer. How do you see trees? This is an open medium show. Secure wire hangers are required to accommodate hanging on our gallery wires. Early submissions are appreciated, and all images are due by November 10. Please include title, media, approximate dimensions and a digital image of each submission for consideration. Send images to gracekennedy@hotmail.com. UUFCO is located at 61980 Skyline Ranch Road in Bend. 541-385-3908.

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to what is coming. Remind yourself about your dreams on the 27th and do something to invite them into your life. Say “YES” to opportunities on the 29th and get ready for life to speed up in the near future. End the month with an open heart and simply let people love you. You will be very glad that you did. Love and Light Always, Eileen Lock, Clairvoyant Astrologer / Spiritual Medium 1471 NW Newport Ave., Bend, Oregon 97703 541-389-1159 eileenlock.freeservers.com • oneheartministry.freeservers.com Listen for the song in your heart, find the melody and dance to the music.


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CASCADE FINE ART WORKSHOPS Contact Sue Manley, 541-408-5524 info@cascadefineartworkshops.com www.cascadefineartworkshops.com PRE-REGISTRATION FOR Silas Thompson Workshop Oil February 26-28, 2019 Debora Stewart Pastel and Mixed Media May 13-17, 2019 Ted Nuttall Painting the Figure from Photographs Watercolor June 3-7, 2019 JACQUELINE NEWBOLD Watercolor and Art Journaling Workshop in Provence, France, May 10-17, 2019 Join Jacqueline Newbold on an artistic journey of creative expression! Our home base will be a charming medieval village in Provence, France as we have fun painting and creating art in our watercolor journals. You will learn to incorporate watercolor and mixedmedia techniques as we spend a magical time together exploring the area, rich with sights, sounds, and colors – all wonderful inspiration for developing your artistic eye. Our host will be frenchescapade.com. They will provide many delicious meals cooked by a French chef and transportation to painting sites. We will stay in a charming hotel with a little river meandering through the garden, an outside swimming pool, a hot tub, and a riverside terrace bar all surrounded by impressive mountains. This workshop is available for all levels – beginners and experienced artists are all invited to come along on this delightful trip!  Please visit my website to learn more: www.newboldart.com, or email me at newbold0505@bendbroadband.com AT RODES SMITHEY STUDIOS MULTI MEDIA WORKSHOPS Discover and engage with Rand and Holly Smithey in wide ranging creative processes at our metalwork and painting studios near Tumalo. Complete descriptions at rodes-smithey.com/workshops.html or contact Holly at info@rodes-smithey.com, 541-280-5635. SAGEBRUSHERS ART SOCIETY 541-617-0900 • sagebrushersartofbend.com All classes listed are held at 117 SW Roosevelt Ave.

Watercolor Wednesday with Jennifer Ware-Kempke Wednesdays, October 10, 17, 24, 31: 10am–Noon. Bring your own subject photographs and supplies. $10 for nonmembers. For more information contact Jennifer at jenniferware@rocketmail.com. Tint and Tone Discoveries with David Kinker Thursdays, October 4, 11, 18 and 25: 9:30am-Noon and Thursday evenings, October 4, 11 and 18 from 6-8:30pm. A perfect way to start off the season of painting classes with artist / instructor David Kinker, including a review of fundamentals such as image transfer, brush work, and color use with tints and tones. All mediums are welcome. Lecture, acrylic painting demonstration, and hands on individual instruction. $175 for 5 classes or $35/class. (Non-SageBrush members add $5/class.) Acrylic Watercolor Batik Painting with Barbara Berry Saturday, October 27, 10am-4pm Would you like to improve your watercolor skills, master new ones and learn to use acrylic paints as a watercolor? If so, this is the class for you! Create stunning acrylic watercolors using a resist technique similar to batik and master other techniques unique to acrylics. Improve your composition, light patterns and use of color to create stunning paintings! Artist Barbara Berry will share smart ways to design lights and darks, color tips to create unity, and teach you new ways to add visual impact to your painting. Bring a brown bag lunch. $65. For registration or more information, contact Barbara Berry at bberry1111@aol.com or 541 390-0163. Supply list provided after registration. Oil Painting Workshop: Painting Water in the Landscape with Katherine Taylor Saturday, October 13, 9am–1:30pm Learn how to master the ever-challenging technique of painting a body of water in the landscape, including reflections of trees and sky in both moving and still water. Bring your own supplies; materials list provided. Supplies can be provided for a nominal fee if pre-arranged. Cost is $59. Register by October 11 by contacting Katherine Taylor at kt@katherine-taylor.com or 541-420-5250. Vino Van Gogh, A Paint & Sip Event with Katherine Taylor Thursday, October 25 from 5:30-8pm Looking for a fun way to learn art and/or to entertain family members and friends? We provide all the supplies and instruction needed to create a finished oil painting; you bring wine or beer and maybe some friends to share it. Beginners are welcome; no experience needed.

$45. Register by October 22 by contacting Katherine Taylor at kt@katherine-taylor.com or 541-420-5250. The Joy of Creating Intuitively with Vicki Johnson First Wednesday of the month, October 3, 6-8:30pm. Intuitive painting is the process of painting spontaneously without fear and self-doubt. Have fun with paint and color while strengthening your creative and intuitive skills, No art experience needed. $25, all materials included. For information go to www.vickijohnsoncoach.com/events or contact Vicki at coachvickijohnson@gmail.com. Creating A Vision of What You Want Intuitive Collage Workshop with Vicki Johnson Build your vision with paint, cloth, paper, and mixed media, including stamping, markers, rice tissue, magazine images and journaling. No art experience needed. Saturday, October 20, from 9am-1m. Cost is $49, all materials included. For more information go to www. vickijohnsoncoach.com/events or contact Vicki at coachvickijohnson@gmail.com. Beginning Drawing with Andries Fourie Saturday, November 3, 10am-4pm This one-day workshop will teach participants the basics of observational drawing through lecture, demonstration and hands-on exercises. The goal of the workshop is to teach exercises that help artists learn to draw what they see. Topics include strategies for observation, markmaking, proportion, basic composition, gesture and perspective. Emphasis will be on learning exercises that improve observation skills, hand-eye coordination and the ability to draw representationally. Mr. Fourie holds an MFA from UC Davis and is the Curator of Art and Community Engagement at the High Desert Museum. $40 non-members; $35 members. Bring a bag lunch; drinks and snacks provided. Supply list provided after registration. Contact Barbara Crislip, barbjc45@yahoo. com / 530-209-3492, for registration and questions. Register by October 27 to hold your spot! Watercolor and Wine – Windy Leaves with Sarah B. Hansen Thursday, November 15, 6-8pm Join the fun at Watercolor and Wine night! Spend an evening with watercolor teacher Sarah B. Hansen, letting your creative juices flow while painting fall leaves in beautiful colors on a 10x10 sheet of watercolor paper. No experience necessary. Bring your drink of choice and/ or some to share. $40 per person, all materials included. Register online at sarahbhansen.com/watercolor-wine. No drop-ins please.

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