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Arts Education | Gallery Exhibits | Concerts | Featured Artists | Community Events | Public Art

HillsboroARTS Autumn 2017

Take the #HillsboroArtsMonth Challenge Kristin Andreassen Comes Home to Hillsboro Oregon Symphony Returns to the Walters Test Your Knowledge with Our Public Art Quiz

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Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council Phone: 503-615-3497 Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/HACC Facebook: HillsboroArts Hillsboro Public Art Program Phone: 503-615-3489 Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/PublicArt

Challenge

Explore new arts or cultural experiences in each of six genres.

Andreassen Comes 16 Kristen Home to Hillsboro The Hillsboro native brings her singing and songwriting talents to her hometown crowd.

Cultural Arts is a division of Hillsboro Parks & Recreation. Digital Version Find a digital version of this magazine at our website at: Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/ CulturalArts

Oregon Symphony Returns to the Walters Special holiday concert benefits Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment.

Address: 527 East Main Street Hillsboro, Oregon 97123

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Contents

On the Cover the 10 Take #HillsboroArtsMonth

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Test Your Knowledge with Our Public Art Quiz

Identify the locations of popular pieces of public art.

Features 2 Walters Concert Series 5 Chris Arellano & Nuevo Americana: Musical Journeys from New Mexico to Oregon

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Walters Gallery Exhibits

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How to Use Facebook to Grow Your Nonprofit

Spoken Word Hillsboro Arts Month Calendar

19 Walters Instructor Spotlight 20 Register for Fall

20 Youth Classes 23 Adult Classes

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Interview with Intern Cynthia RodriguezSanchez

Walters Arts Education

Walters Cultural Arts Center Phone: 503-615-3485 Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/Walters Facebook: WCACHillsboro Twitter: WaltersCAC

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2017-18 Walters Concert Series

Naomi Wachira

Friday, September 29 | 7:30 pm $15 advance | $20 day of show Indie Singer + Songwriter, AfroFolk Beloved Northwest artist Naomi Wachira returns to the Walters with one-of-a-kind songwriting and storytelling that bridges continents and cultures with grace and positivity. Hailing from Kenya and Seattle, Wachira is an international artist of “formidable talent and heart” (NW Music Scene) on a mission to connect audiences through the power of music. “She lifts hearts…Her lyrics shine. Her message: adore life…” (DList Magazine, Seattle). Don’t miss this chance for an intimate performance with a celebrated folk musician at the height of her creative powers. naomiwachira.com

Portland Opera To Go

Mozart’s The Magic Flute Saturday, October 21 | 2 pm $5 suggested donation Recommended ages: 6 & up Opera, Family-Friendly

Even if you have never been to an opera, prepare to be delighted and entertained by Portland Opera To Go’s short and sweet version of The Magic Flute. Mozart’s universally bewitching tale of love, adventure, and the conflict between good and evil is buoyed by comedy, a fairy-tale worthy production, and above all, glorious music. Designed for children and families (and young-at-heart adults). No advance sales for this event (walk-up only). 60 minute program. portlandopera.org

Chris Smither

Friday, October 27 | 7:30 pm $22 advance | $26 day of show Singer + Songwriter, Blues Prolific and internationally celebrated singer-songwriter Chris Smither returns to the Walters for a highly anticipated solo performance. Called “one of the absolute best singersongwriters in the world” by The Associated Press, “Smither’s roots are as blue as they come” (Rolling Stone). Deeply admired by the likes of Bonnie Raitt, his masterful singing and guitar playing have garnered him legions of loyal fans throughout the span of his 50+ year career. Get your tickets early for an unforgettable evening with this legendary musician. smither.com

“(Chris Smither) An American original…One of the absolute best songwriters in the world.” – The Associated Press

Chris Arellano and Nuevo Americana Friday, November 3 | 7:30 pm $12 advance | $16 day of show Americana, Norteño, Country

Chris Arellano’s deeply personal Americana weaves together the Norteño music of his Northern New Mexico upbringing with Alternative Country and Blues influences—for a signature style that he calls Nuevo Americana. Fused with song and story, Spanish and English, his transcendent lyrics move listeners with emotion and passion. Come see this chart-topping musician and his band return to Oregon to perform on the Walters’ stage— and see why he’s a rising star and household name in the New Mexico music scene. chrisarellano.com 2

For full details about our 2017-18 concert series, visit Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/WaltersConcerts


Kristin Andreassen

Friday, December 1 | 7:30 pm $15 advance | $20 day of show Singer + Songwriter, Indie Folk Join nationally acclaimed, Nashville based singer-songwriter Kristin Andreassen as she returns to her hometown of Hillsboro for a special, first ever performance at the Walters— joined by Decemberists’ guitarist Jon Neufield. A truly authentic artist and performer deeply rooted in American traditional music, Andreassen crosses genres. Her beautiful voice and award winning songwriting have garnered her a following since her days with groundbreaking string band, Uncle Earl. Her most recent album was described as “a beautiful piece of art” by Sirius XM Radio and “sublime” by The Boston Globe. kristinandreassen.com

“ You can really hear the emotion and passion!” – KANW Albuquerque (Chris Arellano & Nuevo Americana)

Oregon Mandolin Orchestra

Holiday Concert Friday, December 8 | 7:30 pm $20 advance | $25 day of show Classical, Bluegrass The Oregon Mandolin Orchestra presents their annual holiday concert, showcasing a broad musical selection with the historically-rich and dynamic sounds of the mandolin family. This concert welcomes a new conductor, Christian McKee, while wishing farewell to founding conductor Brian Oberlin. The program includes holiday favorites and selections by Schubert, Vivaldi and Dvorak, and showcases special guests Caravan Gogh—known for their original music ranging from gypsy waltzes to acoustic rock and calypso inspired dance tunes. Be sure to get your tickets early. oregonmandolinorchestra.org

Oregon Symphony String Ensemble featuring the Oregon Chorale Friday, December 15 | 7:30 pm $25 advance | $30 day of show String Quartet, Classical, Pop

Benefitting the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment Following the Oregon Symphony’s sold-out concert at the Walters last season, this String Quartet from the nationally acclaimed Symphony is returning to downtown Hillsboro for a special holiday concert. This concert of classical and popular favorites features singers from the Oregon Chorale, and concludes with an audience sing along. Don’t miss these world-class musicians from the Symphony hailed as “positively searing” (Musical America) and “gripping” (New York Times) in their Carnegie Hall performance. 100% of proceeds benefit the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment. oregonsymphony.org

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“Sublime. Like a watercolor painting set to music.” – The Boston Globe (Kristin Andreassen’s new album: Gondolier)

With special thanks to our concert series sponsor: The Orenco Hotel | TheOrenco.com Box Office: 503-615-3485 | Purchase Tickets Online: www.brownpapertickets.com

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2017-18 Walters Concert Series

Rio Con Brio

Liz Vice

Tony Furtado

Rio Con Brio captivates audiences around the country with their intimate performance of the beautiful Brazilian repertoire known as Choro, the early 20th Century street music of Rio de Janeiro. Influenced by equal parts Afro-Brazilian and contemporary European rhythms, this music evokes in turn the carnival of Rio and the cafés of France, Spain and Portugal. An evening with Mike Burdette and Tim Connell—“fiery and energetic, soulful and evocative” (Mandolin Magazine)— is a deeply stirring musical experience that has delighted loyal audiences time and time again. rioconbrio.net

As soon as you hear one note, you’ll be hooked on Liz Vice. Her “dynamic, soulful vocals” (Willamette Week) have drawn comparisons to Adele, Mavis Staples, and Sister Rosetta Tharpe, and her powerful voice “draws on a well of deep emotion and faith” (Afropunk), capturing all ears with its surprising, soulful magic and message of enduring hope. Originally from Portland, she’s been touring nationally with big name acts like the Avett Brothers and Blind Boys of Alabama, attracting rave reviews. Join us as this rising star returns to the Northwest for an unforgettable performance. lizvice.com

Tony Furtado is a virtuosic multiinstrumentalist who refuses to conform to simple categorization. Integrating American Roots music— Bluegrass, Appalachian Folk, Celtic, Indie Rock, and Blues—and his own progressive use of melody, rhythm and improvisation, Furtado has proven himself a powerful, evocative and soulful singer and songwriter. Relix describes Tony’s latest album “as his most polished release yet, incorporating several genres while retaining his inherent charm.” Don’t miss this “world class performer” (OPB), known for his authenticity, mesmerizing talent and show-stopping live performances. tonyfurtado.com

Friday, January 26 | 7:30 pm $15 advance | $20 day of show Brazilian, Guitar & Mandolin

Friday, February 2 | 7:30 pm $15 advance | $20 day of show Soul, Gospel, R&B

Upcoming 2018 Concerts

Mar 10.................................................... TEATRO MILAGRO: Mijita Fridita (My Daughter Frida)

Friday, February 23 | 7:30 pm $18 advance | $22 day of show Roots, Americana, Slide Guitar

“Dynamic, soulful vocals …” – Willamette Week (Liz Vice)

Mar 16 ..............................................THE GOTHARD SISTERS Apr 6.................................................CARRIE CUNNINGHAM

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Apr 20................... PDX JAZZ: The Incredible Journey of Jazz May 4............... MERIDETH KAYE CLARK: Joni Mitchell’s Blue May 18.......................................ACOUSTIC GUITAR SUMMIT

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For full details about our 2017-18 concert series, visit Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/WaltersConcerts

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www.brownpapertickets.com – OR – 503-615-3485


Chris Arellano & Nuevo Americana:

Musical Journeys from New Mexico to Oregon “When I record the Norteño style of music my influences of Bluegrass, Country, Blues, Jazz and Rock always find their way into my arrangements and the audience loves when we start singing in Spanish.” – Chris Arellano Tell us a bit (in your own words) about the Norteño genre―and how you came to write, perform and record this style of music.

Arellano’s self-titled album recently garnered nine nominations for the New Mexico Hispano Music Association awards including: Songwriter of the Year, Artist of the Year and Rising Star Award. Chris Arellano has always been connected to music. From Costilla, New Mexico, he was always part of a musical family and took great influence from performing with his parents and brother in the family band. The group became well known throughout Northern New Mexico and Colorado, and Chris was consistently inspired by his father, Jake Arellano, a celebrated songwriter and musician in the region. Chris realized his calling at an early age and after high school Chris attended Musician’s Institute in L.A. At the age of 20, he won the Nashville Spotlight Talent Contest, sending him to perform at the infamous Grand Ol’ Opry. His career took off in Nashville, where he signed a development deal to record an album and subsequently spent years touring and recording. Chris’ ability to play multiple stringed instruments also kept him busy as a Nashville session musician and producer. In 2001, Chris moved to Oregon and opened MusiCafe Rock School where he found a passion for teaching music, working with students of all ages. This inspired him to start an annual summer music camp back in his New Mexico hometown. Sharing his time between Oregon, Texas and New Mexico, Arellano has been touring to support his latest self-titled release.

Norteño music is traditional Spanish/Mexican folk songs played with electric instruments and consisting of Rancheras (Folk), Cumbias (Dance Songs) and Corridos (Story Songs). My Brother and I grew up in Northern New Mexico playing music with our Dad who taught himself, then us, to play traditional Spanish songs of the area―he was a songwriter and loved Country music so he passed that down to us. You describe “family harmonies” and the gifts of making music with your family growing up. How have you kept this tradition alive? With my daughter Jayden, (“Carousel/Jayden’s Song”) graduating from high school, I knew I would again have the freedom to chase my musical dreams. I recorded a full length album, something that honored every step of the journey so far, and most importantly to honor my father’s memory by recording my version of “Cuentas Que Te Vas.” It was my dad’s favorite song and it has a lot of memories for us. Chris carries on the family tradition and love for his music and culture with his own family. When he takes the Walters stage this November, the performance will include his daughter Jayden on vocals and percussion and his brother Rodney Arellano on bass. Chris Arellano and Nuevo Americana will perform on Friday, November 3 at the Walter Cultural Arts Center. For more information and tickets visit hillsboro-oregon.gov/ WaltersConcerts.

“Here in New Mexico Chris is viewed as a rising star …You can really hear the emotion and passion.” - Program Director, Kevin Otero, KANW Albuquerque (from OPB feature by Jacob Lewin, April 2016)

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Walters Gallery Exhibits Gallery exhibit hours: Monday – Thursday: 9 am – 9 pm | Friday: 9 am – 5 pm

The Walters showcases a diverse selection of artwork by both established and emerging artists year round. Gallery receptions are held on the first Tuesday of each month, featuring light sweets by Decadent Creations and live music in the Lobby.

Reckless Forms | Dianne Jean Erickson October 3 – November 24 Upstairs & Downstairs Galleries

The Abstracts & Abstract Expressions December 5 – January 26

Two solo shows exploring abstract expression in paint.

This fascinating collection consists of encaustic monotypes created on a hot plate. For these one-of-a-kind prints, pigmented wax bars move freely over the plate as they melt—creating the Dianne Jean Erickson paint—then paper is laid over the hot wax to create the image. Each piece comes from mind to hand to paper without preconceived ideas about what they should be, leaving evidence of the artist’s hand in the making of each mark. The figures in “Reckless Forms” are intuitive and gestural, evocative of bodily and ethereal forms that are open to the imagination.

The Abstracts

First Tuesday Receptions:

Abstract Expressions

October 3 | 5 - 6:30 pm Live music in the lobby by Dan Abrahamson (Guitar) NEW! Art Walk & Talk: Please join us in the upstairs Gallery during the reception for an exhibit tour with the artist from 6 – 6:15 pm. Diane Jean Erickson discusses process and inspiration and answers visitor questions. November 7 | 5 - 6:30 pm Live music in the lobby by Jason Okamoto (Classical Guitar)

Special Thanks to Our First Tuesday Sponsor:

Plata Garza

Upstairs Gallery “The Abstracts” is a collection of experimental acrylic paintings wherein each piece is a vibrant exercise in color, process and perspective. The artist has hidden a symbol in Plata Garza each painting: three dots—a personal hieroglyphic that is both a part of the painting and something that stands apart as a marker of the artist’s presence, like a flag on the moon saying “I was here.” While the pieces in this collection move through a variety of different modes, points of view and subject matters, the symbol of the artist unites them all—a mysterious presence that hovers in the abstraction of each piece.

Steve Kleier

Downstairs Gallery To achieve the abstract visions of this new watercolor collection, artist Steve Kleier looks to an inner world and dreamlike space, Steve Kleier allowing fleeting impressions to come to the surface to be interpreted on the canvas. “Just as music does not imitate sounds we hear,” says Kleier, “so these paintings do not imitate things we see…they are visual music.”

First Tuesday Receptions:

December 5 | 5 – 6:30 pm Live music in the lobby by Elizabeth Nicholson (Harpist)

DecadentCreations.com

Attention NW Artists!

January: No First Tuesday reception due to the holiday.

Are you interested in showing your artwork in an exhibit at the Walters? Applications for our 2018 – 19 Gallery Season will be accepted online beginning October 1, 2017 through December 1, 2017. To read guidelines and apply, please visit our website at WaltersGallery.submittable.com 6


Spoken Word Speaker Series Tuesdays are happening at the WaltersI Don’t miss these free events at your local cultural arts center!

First Tuesday:

Second Tuesday:

Gallery Receptions with Live Music

Open Poetry Night

In the Walters Lobby and Galleries | 5 – 6:30 pm

In the Walters Upstairs Gallery | 7 – 8 pm

First Tuesday gallery receptions are held in honor of the current artist(s) exhibiting at the Walters. Guests are invited to mingle with the community, enjoy live music in the lobby, sample light sweets by Decadent Creations and explore art on all three floors of the Walters.

Poets and lovers of poetry alike gather for a casual evening of shared inspiration and poetic camaraderie. All are invited to sign up for the open mic, though respectful listeners are equally welcome and appreciated.

Third Tuesday (Bi-monthly): Spoken Word Speaker Series

Six times a year, the Spoken Word Speaker Series highlights the power and art of the oral tradition in its myriad of forms: live storytelling, artist talks, lectures, readings, discussions, and more. Selected guests deliver performances and talks on a wide variety of topics pertaining to art and culture.

Winter Tales by the Fire:

Architecture of Internment:

Short Stories of Charles Dickens

The Build Up to Wartime Incarceration

Pop-up exhibit and talk by Graham Street Productions

Tuesday, October 17 | 7 – 8:30 pm | Walters Theater

In commemoration of the 75 anniversary of Executive Order 9066, this deeply moving and celebrated exhibition is touring locations throughout the state to share the heartbreaking history of internment of Oregonians of Japanese ancestry during WWII. It tells the story of how individuals, organizations, businesses and elected officials advocated for the incarceration of Oregonians of Japanese ancestry or stood by while it happened—as well of the story of those who spoke against it. th

The exhibit covers the time period leading up to incarceration (1941-1942) through actual documents of the time: letters, resolutions, blueprints, photographs and other archival documents from across the state of Oregon. Anne Galisky of Graham Street Productions and special guest speakers will introduce and provide context for the exhibit. For one night only, visitors have the chance to explore the exhibit at their own pace in the Walters’ theatre. Special thanks to Meyer Memorial Trust, Regional Arts & Culture Council, and Western States Center for sponsoring this exhibit. To learn more or see the exhibit calendar, visit: grahamstreetproductions.com/exhibit/

with Bag&Baggage Productions

Tuesday, December 19 | 7 – 8:30 pm Walters Theatre Join us for a cozy winter evening of hot cider and stories by the fire as resident actors Peter Schuyler and Cassie Greer of Bag&Baggage present an evening of live, theatrical readings from the works of Charles Dickens.

Get to know some of Dickens' lesser-known stories, including excerpts from "Holiday Romance" and "Short Christmas Stories" in this fun, family-friendly event. This event is a holiday favorite—please arrive early for cider!

For more details about the Walters Gallery or Tuesday events, visit Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/Walters

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Oregon Symphony Returns to the Walters Last winter not even snow, obstructed traffic, nor record cold could keep a standing-room only crowd from swarming the Walters Cultural Arts Center when the brass and wind sections of the Oregon Symphony visited for a stellar performance. The excitement of seeing Carnegie Hall-caliber musicians in downtown Hillsboro was palpable. Once the theater filled, prospective audience members—disappointed to miss them—were permitted to sneak a peek by standing in the lobby and upstairs gallery for the full concert. This year, the highly lauded string quartet from the Oregon Symphony will perform a special holiday concert benefitting the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment Fund. Don’t miss this second appearance of talented Oregon Symphony performers at this memorable evening, sure to sell out once more. The quartet, performing under the name Mousai ReMIX, promotes their concerts as a way to give back to the community while sharing their love of arts education causes in the area. Mousai ReMix takes its name from the ancient Greek Mousai, the muses inspiring the arts and sciences. The quartet is comprised of Oregon Symphony members Emily Cole, Shin-Young Kwon, Jennifer Arnold and Marilyn de Oliveira. They will perform selections from the Corelli “Christmas Concerto” as well as many favorite carols for the December 15 performance at the Walters. The show will also feature singers from the Oregon Chorale for select ballads, as well as an audience sing-along at the end of the evening. The quartet from the Oregon Symphony will perform on Friday, December 15 at the Walter Cultural Arts Center. Tickets are available for $25 and are anticipated to sell quickly. For more information and tickets visit hillsboro-oregon.gov/ WaltersConcerts.

100% of the proceeds from this special holiday concert will benefit the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment

Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment Modeled after the National Endowment for the Arts, the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment was created in 2012 with a mission of supporting creativity in the community to ensure that Hillsboro becomes a regional leader in the arts. The Endowment is intended to provide a long term stable source of funding for our cultural community. Hillsboro is the first city in the country to create a municipal arts endowment and, with the help of early donors, has grown to support local artists and organizations. Over the past two years, the Endowment has awarded funds to the Hillsboro Community Youth Choir, Hillsboro School District’s Una Voz Mariachi Band, and individual artist Linda Holland for her work supporting community art projects. According to Dan Bosshardt, Artistic Director of Una Voz, “Music brought our students together in a very unique way. When our audience and town is so enthusiastic in its support, we really feel the power of music to unify us all.” With the help of a broad range of community members, the Arts & Culture Endowment creates a unique funding source for our artistic community that amplifies the power of all of the arts to unify our community.

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Be a Leading Voice in the Community: Join the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council

Hillsboro Arts & Culture

Endowment

The Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council is currently looking for new members who are passionate about supporting the growth of arts & culture as assets for a vital, prosperous, and livable community.

Be part of the legacy… The Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment builds, supports and sustains the future for arts and culture in Hillsboro.

Download a copy of the application at Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/HACC in the “About Us” section. Mail it or drop it off at the City Recorder’s office at 150 E Main Street, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Applications are due by 5 pm on Friday, November 3.

Consider making a planned gift to support and sustain our local arts and culture community.

To learn more, visit Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/HACC

If you have any questions, or to learn more about eligibility and requirements, contact Melissa Moore at 503-615-3497.

Featured Artists at the Civic Center Check out these featured artists at the Hillsboro Civic Center! These exhibits, selected by Walters gallery staff, are open for viewing by the public Monday – Friday from 9 am – 5 pm. The following artwork will be on display on the gallery wall located just outside the Shirley Huffman Auditorium on the first floor, to the left of the front doors:

Barbara Mason

Look Forward, Give Back to the Arts The Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment is the result of a partnership between:

Civic Center | August – October 2017 Solarplate Intaglio abstract etchings exploring the tenacity of the human spirit and the strength that moves us forward.

Interested in Volunteering with Cultural Arts?

Sam Marroquin

Civic Center | November 2017 – January 2018 Abstract encaustic and mixed-media paintings exploring environment and humanity through layering and found objects. The following artwork will be on display inside the Shirley Huffman Auditorium:

Sequoia Gallery Exhibit

Civic Center Auditorium | October - December 2017 This Hillsboro Arts Month exhibit features a range of styles and media from the artists of Sequoia Gallery + Studios.

Lieta Gratteri

There are many opportunities to volunteer with the Cultural Arts Division of Hillsboro Parks & Recreation, such as volunteering for concerts and programs at the Walters Cultural Arts Center, helping the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council at special events such as Celebrate Hillsboro and the Latino Cultural Festival and volunteering with the Hillsboro Public Art Program at special events and outreach opportunities. To learn more, visit Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/ParksVolunteer 9


create. participate. celebrate.

Take the #HillsboroArtsMonth Challenge! Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to take the Hillsboro Arts Month challenge by exploring a new arts or cultural experience in each of the genres listed throughout the month of October. Step out of your comfort zone in the name of creativity, and support local arts and cultural businesses by participating in a class, performance, discussion or tour. Then, post your adventures on social media with #HillsboroArtsMonth. This year, Hillsboro Arts Month will kick off with ArtFest on the Plaza on Saturday, September 30 from 9 am – 1:30 pm. All are welcome to enjoy performances, family activities, popcorn, a street magician, and more! In collaboration with the Hillsboro Farmers’ Market, come participate in this fun, free celebration at the Tom Hughes Civic Center Plaza. After the event, plan your month with over 60 things to see and do locally in support of the arts. Post your creative experiences daily throughout the month of October on social media with #HillsboroArtsMonth, and take it all in. The third year of Hillsboro Arts Month brings fantastic music and theater performances, art and dance classes, cultural events, and exhibits. Here is a small selection of the wide array of experiences available this year: • Cultural: Don’t miss the Hillsboro Historical Society’s one-of-a kind Time Travelers’ Ball on October 14 or explore M&M Marketplace during their Dia De los Muertos Celebration on October 29. • Dance: Join the beginning and intermediate Salsa dance meetup at Lines Dance Studio every Tuesday in October. 10

Enroll the kids in ballet, tap, or contemporary classes at Northwest Conservatory of Dance. • Literary: Hillsboro Public Library’s Hillsboro Reads events maintain the excitement for this year’s selection, The Other Wes Moore, throughout the month. Stop by the Walters Cultural Arts Center for Open Poetry Night on October 10.

When was the last time you tried something new? See all the details at HillsboroArtsMonth.org • Music: Portland Opera presents The Magic Flute on October 21, or stop by Influence Music Hall on October 14 for the Richard Byford performance. • Theater: Bag&Baggage’s Farndale Avenue… Murder at Checkpoint Manor runs from October 12 - 31, or take the kids to see STAGES Performing Arts for Youth’s Belles on October 13 – 15. • Visual Art: Don’t miss the opening of the Plein Air exhibit at Sequoia October 3, the Westside Quilters Guild’s Biennial Quilt Show on October 7 and 8, as well as the Washington County Open Studios tour on October 21 and 22.

When was the last time you tried something new? See all details of this year’s events, classes and exhibits, and plan your Arts Month at HillsboroArtsMonth.org. Hillsboro Arts Month is an initiative of the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council (HACC) established in 2015 to engage city residents by highlighting the arts and culture community. Photo at the top: Angelina Marino Heidel by Rick Paulson.


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Basket Weaving class, 10/7

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Dia de los Muertos, 10/29

Hillsboro Arts Month Calendar SEPTEMBER 30 Festival: Kick off Hillsboro Arts Month at ArtFest on the Plaza with performances, activities and demonstrations. Tom Hughes Civic Center Plaza. 9 am – 1:30 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 1

History: Learn about the local greats and discover the secrets that went with them to the grave at the Monumental Moments tour. Reserve your spot. All ages. Hillsboro Pioneer Cemetery. 1 – 5 pm. $8. Family: Be a mad scientist by piecing together your own Frankentoy with old toy parts. Brookwood Library. 1:30 – 3 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 1 – 30

Festival: Visit the Hillsboro Farmers’ Markets on Main Street in downtown Hillsboro on Saturday and at Orenco Station on Sunday. Music and activities scheduled weekly. Times vary. Free. Music: Catch some tunes by local talent at Pizzario’s Open Mic Nights. All ages. Sundays. 7 – 10 pm. Free. Family: Cuentos Bilingües at Shute Park Library. Sundays/Domingos. 4 – 5 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 3

Visual Arts: First Tuesday Artwalk. Receptions of new exhibits with featured monthly artists at over 15 locations on Main Street. All ages. 5 – 8 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 3 – 31

Literary Arts: Cuentos en Español at Shute Park Library. Tuesday/Martes. 6:30 – 7:30 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 4

Literary Arts: Teen Book Group: Discuss this year’s Hillsboro Reads selection. Brookwood Library. 6 – 7:30 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 4 – 25

Music: Jam to tunes all evening at Pizzario’s Blue Grass Circle. Wednesdays. All ages. 7 – 10 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 5

Visual Arts: Paper Crafting Meet-up. Drop in to learn from others and create your own project. All ages. Brookwood Library. 5 – 7 pm. Free. Film: A Better Life (Rated PG-13). A gardener in east L.A. struggles to keep his son away from gangs and immigration. Inspired by this year’s Hillsboro Reads selection. All ages. Brookwood Library. 6 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 5 – 26

Family: Gather the family for an evening of art and fun. Use clay, paint, collage and more. Walters Cultural Arts Center. Thursdays. 6:30 – 8:30 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 6

Family: Noche de Cuentos: Cuentos Sobre La Salsa at Shute Park Library. Ages 6 and older. 4 – 5 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 6 – 27

Music: Open Mic Nights at Influence Music Hall. Fridays, starting at 7:30 pm. 21+. Free. Music: Catch your local favorites with tunes at Primrose and Tumbleweeds. 21+. 8 – 11:30 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 7 Visual Arts: Basket weaving with English Ivy. Learn about ivy growth in our parks, then gather and fashion your own basket to take home. Ages 16 – adult. Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve. 10 am – 4 pm. $35. Festival: 3rd annual OrenKoFest, Hillsboro’s Harvest Festival. Orenco Station Plaza. 12 – 8 pm. Free.

WEEKEND HIGHLIGHTS SEPT 30 – OCT 1

ArtFest On The Plaza Hillsboro Reads keynote presentations Monumental Moments tour at Hillsboro Pioneer Cemetery

OCT 7 - 8

OrenKoFest Harvest Festival Westside Quilters Guild’s Biennial Quilt Show Open Mic Night and live music at Primrose and Tumbleweeds

OCT 14 - 15

Hillsboro Historical Society’s Time Travelers’ Ball at Odd Fellows Lodge STAGES presents Belles Opening weekend of Bag & Baggage presents Farndale Ave…Murder at Checkmate Manor Richard Byford in concert at Influence Music Hall

OCT 21 - 22

Washington County Artists’ Open Studios Tour Portland Opera presents The Magic Flute at Walters Cultural Arts Center Live music lineup at Pizzario

OCT 27 - 29

Chris Smither in concert at Walters Cultural Arts Center Page to Stage VI Playwrights’ Showcase at HART Theatre Closing discussions and screenings for Hillsboro Reads 11


Murder at Checkmate Manor Bag&Baggage Productions

Quilt Show, 10/7-8

Bag&Baggage Performance, 10/12-31

Richard Byford, 10/14

City of God, 10/12

Time Travelers’ Ball, 10/14

Hillsboro Arts Month Calendar OCTOBER 7 Family: Maker Lab. Brookwood Library. 1 –2 pm. Free Family: Maker Lab. Shute Park Library. 3:30 –5:30 pm. Free. Music: Open Mic at Primrose and Tumbleweeds. 21+. Free.

OCTOBER 7 – 8

Exhibit: Westside Quilters Guild’s Biennial Quilt Show. Don’t miss a beautiful display of over 150 quilts, plus door prizes and a raffle. All ages. Tuality Health Education Center. 10 am – 4 pm. $6. Theater: STAGES Performing Arts Youth Academy presents We Are Monsters, a musical caberet for young audiences. HART Theatre.

OCTOBER 9

Visual Arts: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Art. Make a wind chime using recycled materials. All ages. Brookwood Library. 3 – 4 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 10 – 31

Visual Arts: Learn the traditions of Halloween at Dia De Los Muertos: History, Culture & Mask Making. Community Senior Center. Tuesdays. 1:30 – 3 pm. $45.

OCTOBER 10

Literary Arts: Hillsboro Reads with Mayor Steve Callaway. Book discussion about themes in this year’s selection, The Other Wes Moore. All ages. McMenamin’s Cornelius Pass Roadhouse. 6 – 8 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 12

Visual Arts: Orenco Photography Club monthly gathering. Cornell Estates. 6:30 pm. Free. 12

Family: Collaborative Art Installation. Brookwood Library. 4 –7 pm. Free. Film: City of God (Rated R). In the poverty-stricken favelas of Rio de Janeiro in the 1970s, two young men choose different paths. Inspired by this year’s Hillsboro Reads selection. Brookwood Library. 6 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 12 – 31

Theater: “Murder can be such a drag…” Catch the comedy, Farndale Avenue… Murder at Checkpoint Manor by Bag & Baggage Productions. The Vault Theatre. Times vary. $25+.

OCTOBER 13

Family: Collaborative Art Installation. Brookwood Library. 1 – 3 pm. Free. Family: Noche de Cuentos: Mitos De America at Shute Park Library. Ages 6 and older. 4 – 5 pm. Free. Literary Arts: Hillsboro Reads Presentation: Privilege, Bias, and Opportunity. A discussion presented by Detective Lee Gilbert of the Hillsboro Police Department. Civic Center Auditorium. 5 – 6:30 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 13 – 15

Festival: Portland Regional Gem and Mineral Show. Washington County Fair Grounds. Times vary. $5 admission. Theater: STAGES Performing Arts Youth Academy presents Belles, about 6 sisters in the American South who bridge their physical and emotional distance via telephone. HART Theater. Times vary. $12+.

OCTOBER 14

Visual Arts: Fabric and Fibers Meet-up. Teens and Adults. Brookwood Library. 10 am – 2 pm. Free.

History: Free Family Day at Washington County Museum. 10 am – 1 pm. Literary Arts: Japanese Storytime. Brookwood Library. 10:30 – 11:15 am. Free. Family: Maker Lab. Brookwood Library. 3:30 – 5:30 pm. Free. Music: Richard Byford in concert at Influence Music Hall. All ages. $10 suggested donation. History: Dancing Through the Ages Time Travelers’ Ball. Costumed revelers of all era learn about the past and celebrate with a dance. Odd Fellows Lodge. 7 – 11 pm. $20 at the door. Music: Open Mic at Primrose and Tumbleweeds. 21+. Free.

OCTOBER 15

Family: Arabic Storytime. Brookwood Library. 2:30 – 3:15 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 17

Special Exhibit: Architecture of Internment: The Build Up to Wartime Incarceration. See the special pop-up exhibit showcasing the heartbreaking history of internment of Oregonians of Japanese ancestry during WWII. Walters Cultural Arts Center. 7 – 8:30 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 19

Family: 3D Printing Meet up. Brookwood Library. 5 – 7 pm. Free. Adults and Teens. Film: The Shawshank Redemption (Rated R). Two imprisoned men bond over a number of years, finding solace and eventual redemption through acts of common decency. Inspired by this year’s Hillsboro Reads selection. Brookwood Library. 5:30 pm. Free.


Portland Opera, 10/21

Chris Smither, 10/27

OCTOBER 21

Page to Stage, 10/28

OCTOBER 26

Literary Arts: Marathi-Hindi Storytime. Brookwood Library. 10:30 – 11:30 am. Free. Family: Maker Lab. Brookwood Library. 1 – 2 pm. Free. Music: Walters Concert Series presents Portland Opera’s The Magic Flute. All ages. Walters Cultural Arts Center. 2 – 3 pm. $5 suggested donation.

History: Museum After Dark: If These Walls Could Talk. Ghost hunting, workshops, and storytelling from paranormal investigators regarding the Old Log Jail, used in Washington County throughout the late 19th century. 21 years and older. Washington County Museum. 6 – 9 pm. $10+.

OCTOBER 21 – 22

Literary Arts: Hillsboro Reads Presentation: Understanding Our Implicit Bias: Who Me? Yes You. A discussion presented by Dr. Caprice Hollins. Civic Center Auditorium. 6 – 7:30 pm. Free. Music: Chris Smither in concert. The Blues singer/songwriter returns for a masterful solo performance. Walters Cultural Arts Center. 7:30 – 10 pm. $22+.

Visual Arts: Washington County Artists’ Open Studios Tour: take a peek behind the scenes with a look inside 45+ artists’ personal studios. Locations Vary. 11 am – 5 pm. Free.

OCTOBER 24

Workshop: How to Use Facebook to Grow Your Nonprofit. Create an effective social media strategy using Facebook for Business. Walters Cultural Arts Center. 4 – 6 pm. $25.

FLEX YOUR OWN CREATIVITY!

This fall, there’s something for everyone – learn a new art form or hone your skills in painting, drawing, photography or music classes. WALTERS CULTURAL ARTS CENTER: Youth Creative Classes throughout Arts Month include: Clay Kids, Youth

Wheel, Let’s Draw: The Great Outdoors, Theatre Games, Beginning Guitar and more! See all the details at HillsboroOregon.gov/WaltersClasses. Ceramic Jewelry Making (14 years – adult): Explore the elements of design, uses of pattern and color, and incorporate beads, wire wrapping and more to create unique ceramic jewelry. Tuesdays. Oct 10 – Nov 7. 6:30 – 8:30 pm. $65+.

OCTOBER 27

Hillsboro Reads, All month

OCTOBER 28

Literary Arts: Mandarin Storytime. Brookwood Library. 10:30 – 11:15 am. Free. Film: Coming Back with Wes Moore. Closing program for this year’s Hillsboro Reads selection. Brookwood Library. 11 am. Free. Family: Maker Lab. Brookwood Library. 1 – 2 pm. Free. Family: Maker Lab. Shute Park Library. 3:30 – 5:30 pm. Free. Theater: Page to Stage VI features staged readings of scenes from local playwrights. HART Theatre. 7:30 – 9:30 pm. $10.

OCTOBER 29

Family: Celebrate Dia de los Muertos at M&M Marketplace. Free

For information about all of the arts events taking place this October, go to HIllsboroArtsMonth.org. Post Capture: Saving Your Memories (18 years – adult): Discover step-bystep how to edit, backup, archive, and enjoy your images – making the process fun and creatively rewarding instead of a chore! Tuesdays. Oct 3 – Nov 14. 6:30 – 8 pm. $36+. Beginning Guitar: Fundamentals (17 years – adult): Begin playing right away, even if you’ve never played before, and explore foundations of guitar playing through rhythm, agility, chords, melody and more. Tuesdays. Oct 10 – Nov 14. 6:30 – 8 pm. $28+.

HILLSBORO SENIOR CENTER: Watercolor: Bold and Free (16 years – adult): Experiment with color, brushwork and ink. Engaging exercises offer a springboard for inspiration and opportunity to let your imagination take

you to bold new places. Thursdays. 10/5 – 11/9. 10 – 11:30 am. $38+

JACKSON BOTTOM WETLANDS: Basket Weaving with English Ivy: Learn to weave a simple basket out of English Ivy. Remove the ivy from a local park and then recycle the vines into a functional work of art. Ages 16 – adult. Saturday, Oct. 7. 10 am – 4 pm. $30+

SHUTE PARK AQUATIC AND RECREATION CENTER:

Enroll the kids in an opportunity to explore creativity in motion with classes in ballet, creative dance, jazz, and more. Get your munchkin painting and decorating for the holiday season with messy art, pumpkin painting, and make-it Mondays. See the Fall 2017 activity guide for more information. 13


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Kristin Andreassen Comes Home

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Successful Nashville artist and songwriter continues to take inspiration from her Hillsboro upbringing.


to Hillsboro Kristin Andreassen’s award winning performances have been called “inventive” by the New Yorker and she has turned her deep love for and knowledge of timeless roots music into a successful solo career filled with acclaimed collaborations. From the early days with her band, Uncle Earl, to sharing the stages with Black Prairie and Aoife O’Donovan (and more), the journey has taken her to Nashville via Montreal, Maryland and Brooklyn. She has been a featured performer on NPR’s “A Prairie Home Companion,” all along the way garnering impressive accolades and reviews. Her songs have been recorded by numerous artists and her music has been featured in movies and television—most recently ABC’s hit shows “Nashville” and “Private Practice.” On Friday, December 1, she will be joined on the Walters’ stage by Decemberists’ guitarist Jon Neufeld. Here, Kristin shares her story with Walters’ staff member Gayle Ritt. You are actually from Hillsboro! Can you please share a bit about what Hillsboro means to you? Yup, I was a Brookwood Bobcat. I’m actually a 5th generation Oregonian. I loved growing up in Hillsboro. We had a big garden and a short walk to school. My sisters and I would put on productions of major Broadway musicals in our driveway (with the electric garage door as the curtain). Thinking about how Hillsboro might have uniquely shaped me, one thing that sticks out was this amazing grade school teacher and this particularly wonderful program I got to be a part of called CLUE (Creative Learning in a Unique Environment). Ms. Sue Novotny was the pure magic behind CLUE in Hillsboro. My recollection is that she took a pretty motley crew of nerdy misfits and sent us back out into the regular school system valuing our own intelligence and curiosity. We were ready to take initiative in our own learning, practicing tools for better communication, and basically starting to think like “artists,” by which I simply mean a person who identifies and pursues a passion out of a genuine love for the creative work involved.

“The main focus is just being as creative and as productive as I can be in whatever medium seems interesting. I just tend to follow my current interests and rely on the integrity and genuine intention behind whatever I do to move me forward to the next collaboration—whatever that happens to be.” – Kristin Andreassen I put out a couple of solo albums, started a music camp for adults called Miles of Music, and moved to Nashville where I’m writing music for TV, working on a new solo album and an album of kids’ songs about emotions for release in 2018.  What wisdom would you share with local aspiring musicians and songwriters? If you love music, seek out a community of musicians who love the music as much as you do. It’s the strength of these friendships and the degree to which you stay close to your art that will keep you happy, whole and limber in your heart and your mind. Kristin Andreassen performs on Friday, December 1 at the Walter Cultural Arts Center. For more information and tickets visit hillsboro-oregon.gov/WaltersConcerts.

Where did you get your start in music? How did it all come about? Portland to Nashville… Officially, I started piano lessons with Velma Schluderman here in Hillsboro! In high school I was into grunge bands and old country. I was really taken with this idea that music could be something people create together as opposed to something they consume together.

“A beautiful piece of art” - Sirius XM Radio 17


HACC Professional Development Workshop

How to Use Facebook to Grow Your Nonprofit

New Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council presenter Maggie Summers is a social media manager at Sasquatch Advertising in Portland, Oregon. She has worked in social media for over 5 years, touching all aspects of the industry: strategy, advertising, account management, influencer marketing, training, content writing, and community management. Her experience in teaching small businesses and individuals about the social media landscape through the Portland Underground Graduate Program has led her to offer a unique, Facebook-specific workshop for the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council this fall. The two-hour session on Tuesday, October 24 will focus on developing and growing an organization’s presence on Facebook. With Facebook still serving as the largest social media network on the internet at 1.4 billion users, it is the easiest and most cost-effective way to get a message to a broad audience. In fact, Facebook ads have the lowest cost per impression out of any other social media marketing option.

Arts & Culture Leadership Forum

The workshop will start with a discussion on how to create a social media marketing plan, including creating a strategy, setting measurable goals, and simple day-today organization. Then get into the details of how to use Facebook for your non-profit. Touch on topics that are always a challenge to navigate such as: the best practices when posting content, how to pinpoint your target audience, how to promote content on a small budget, and how to determine and report on success. Learn to deliver compelling Facebook ad campaigns to the right people at the right time―it’s easier than you think and the return on investment can yield significant results! Finally, spend the remaining time putting it into practice by working on your own nonprofit’s social presence while getting your questions answered by the expert. With the ever-changing terms and approaches to Facebook, Summers offers a step-by-step guide on navigating the best ways to use this social media approach to get the biggest impact for your organization. Dig into the enhanced capabilities of Facebook for Business, and start marketing more effectively to your target audience!

How to Use Facebook to Grow Your Nonprofit Tuesday, October 24, 2017 | 4 – 6 pm Walters Cultural Arts Center Gallery Course # 56365, $25 per person Call 503-615-3485 to register

Tuesday, November 14, 2017, 5 - 8 pm Walters Cultural Arts Center

The results are in! Join your Arts & Culture colleagues for an evening of appetizers and lively discussion as we reveal survey results from Washington County audiences. There is no cost to attend, but please RSVP to hacc@hillsboro-oregon.gov or (503) 615-3431. 18

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Walters Instructor Spotlight

Meet Victoria Shaw “I believe clay has a way of calming the self in the hectic world we find ourselves in” - Victoria Shaw For teaching artist and ceramicist Victoria Shaw, there is really no separation between art and life. “It is hard for me to not see art in the everyday,” she says. “For example: making a meal, looking at nature and speaking my inner thoughts or even getting lost in thought…it’s all connected to art.” All of life’s Victoria Shaw at work experiences— small and large—become part of the invisible process of artmaking. When asked how long it takes to make a piece of her art, Victoria says “Oh, about thirty-five years.” Victoria’s eclectic journey to becoming a full time teaching artist is a path cobbled by a lifetime of formative and fascinating experiences along the way: she spent nine months at a convent just out of high school, completed a degree in Sociology (with minors in Fine Art, English and Philosophy) at Marylhurst University, and drove long-haul trucks for the better part of a decade. But it wasn’t until taking a class from local ceramic guru Patrick Horsley that she discovered the first sparks of a lifelong love of clay—and an artist was born. For years, Victoria coiled vase forms on her kitchen table and at local craft centers, squeezing in time where she could. After her adventure in truck driving, Victoria returned to the academic world to more formally pursue her love of ceramics, earning both a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts and a Master’s degree at the University of Oregon—setting her up with all the tools to pursue her dream of becoming a full time artist.

Now an internationally recognized ceramic artist, Victoria has students of her own. She teaches workshops throughout the Northwest, including at Portland Community College and Multnomah Arts Center in Portland and the Walters Cultural Arts Center in Hillsboro, where she has taught for over a decade. In a poignant turn of fate, her students learn to use the wheel with a type of clay named after Pat Horsley, the teacher who first kindled Victoria’s love for ceramics and set her on her path to becoming a ceramic artist herself—so the wheel comes full circle. By teaching her art to others, she is able to reciprocate and give back to her community in a way that helps people discover and shape their inner voices and find a greater sense of belonging in the world. “I get very excited when a student falls in love with the process of making objects in clay,” she says. “And I believe clay has a way of calming the self in the hectic world we find ourselves in.” In her own practice, Victoria is drawn to work that comes from “the still, small voice within.” Since 1986 she has been making totems of various forms, in homage to her Mohawk heritage. Her impressive and award-winning sculptures are collected in private and public institutions throughout the United States, as well as Israel and Japan, and her work is featured in many journals, magazines and books. Victoria works out of her home studio in Portland, Oregon, where she lives with her wife and cat. Whether creating a new totem or introducing a student to the wheel, Victoria has created a life full of art, connection and inspiration. Check out Beginning/Intermediate Ceramics, Victoria’s upcoming class for teens and adults at the Walters, on page 23.

Dragon Stone Healer by Victoria Shaw. Shaw’s stone healers have five stones inside, four for the directions (north, south, east, west) and one for the center. In Shaw’s words: “when you hear them rattle, it’s to remind you to take care of the Earth.” 19


Youth Classes – Clay Clay Kids

Dive into the wonders of all things clay! Engage your creativity with hands-on activities, including bowls, small sculptures and more. Create fun and memorable minimasterpieces and have a blast discovering the basics of clay. Each student creates and glazes several projects. A fantastic launching pad for young ceramic artists. 5 – 8 years Walters Cultural Arts Center Alice Hill 56072 Tue 9/26 – 10/24 $66 Resident, $79 Non-Resident Shannon Johnson 56074 Thu 11/2 –11/30 No class 11/23 $56 Resident, $70 Non-Resident

3:45 – 5:15 pm 4 – 5:30 pm

NEW! Hands-On Clay: Creative Foundations

Created for students who love the freedom to play, experiment, and follow their own creativity. See where your imagination takes you in this all new class. A freeing and empowering introduction to ceramics for beginners and all experience levels. Explore key skills related to hand building, sculpture, slab-work, texture, use of color and imaginative effects, and more. 9 – 12 years Walters Cultural Arts Center Alice Hill 56076 Thu 9/28 – 10/26 $65 Resident, $78 Non-Resident

4 – 5:30 pm

Walters Arts Education

Youth Wheel

Have you ever wanted to try the potter’s wheel? Have a blast as you get your hands muddy and create beautiful ceramic pieces to use and share at home. Learn how to throw and glaze a variety of forms: from cups and bowls to vases and more. Develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills as you take your creativity for a spin.

Creative Kids: Clay, Painting, Drawing Why pick just one art form when you can explore ceramics, drawing and painting all in one class? Dive into art in all its colorful forms and discover what inspires you. There are absolutely no limits to where your creativity, curiosity and artistic imagination can take you! 5 – 8 years Walters Cultural Arts Center Alice Hill 56075 Tue 11/7 – 12/5 $54 Resident, $67 Non-Resident

3:45 – 5:15 pm

Beginners welcome in all youth classes at the Walters Cultural Arts Center. Returning students are encouraged to build on previously learned skills.

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9 – 13 years Walters Cultural Arts Center Jen Champlin 56070 Wed 10/4 – 10/25 56071 Wed 11/29 – 12/20 $60 Resident, $73 Non-Resident

4 – 5:15 pm 4 – 5:15 pm

NEW! Beginning Wheel for Homeschoolers

Discover the joy of clay in this all new class designed for homeschool students. Try out the potter’s wheel, explore hand building techniques, and much more. Make cups, plates, small sculptures and other creative projects to glaze and enjoy. Great for hand-eye coordination, creativity, concentration—and fun! Note: bring a water bottle daily. 9 – 13 years Walters Cultural Arts Center Randi Hering-Soot 56077 Thu 9/28 – 10/26 56079 Thu 11/2 – 12/7 No class 11/23 $80 Resident, $95 Non-Resident

Register online anytime: www.hillsboro-oregon.gov/WaltersClasses

1 – 3 pm 1 – 3 pm


Youth Classes – Painting & Drawing Let’s Paint

Discover the fun and freedom of painting! Experiment, explore, imagine and create exciting results. Gain new skills for making images come to life using the power of color, line, shape, texture, brushwork, and more. A joyful, empowering way for young artists to dive into painting and creative expression. 5 – 8 years Walters Cultural Arts Center Elizabeth Higgins 56082 Tue 10/3 – 10/24 $48 Resident, $60 Non-Resident

Drawing Adventures

Take your doodling to the next level as you discover new, exciting approaches to drawing. Experiment with line, shape, and color to bring your imagination to life, ramp up your creativity, and build new skills. Find inspiration in nature, observation, and your own unique perspective. Experience a new drawing adventure every day! 9 – 12 years Walters Cultural Arts Center Sarah Dooley 56088 Mon 11/6 – 11/27 $46 Resident, $58 Non-Resident

4 – 5:30 pm

4 – 5:15 pm

Let’s Paint: Explore Color

5 – 8 years Walters Cultural Arts Center Elizabeth Higgins 56083 Tue 11/14 – 12/5 $48 Resident, $60 Non-Resident

4 – 5:15 pm

NEW! Let’s Draw: The Great Outdoors Let the freedom and joy of the outdoors combine with the power of art to bring out the best of your creativity. Discover inspiration in wild animals, fall trees, beautiful skies…and bring them to life. Experiment with the key elements of drawing: line, shape, color and texture—for a new adventure every day! 5 – 8 years Walters Cultural Arts Center Sarah Dooley 56087 Mon 10/2 – 10/23 $46 Resident, $58 Non-Resident

NEW! Drawing & Painting: Make a Book

Follow your imagination and express yourself as you dive into the exciting world of visual storytelling by creating and illustrating your own books. Discover techniques professional illustrators use to grab the eye. Make multiple types of books and learn techniques you can repeat at home to bring your art and stories to life. 9 – 12 years Walters Cultural Arts Center Alice Hill 56086 Thu 11/2 – 12/7 4 – 5:30 pm No class on 11/23 $56 Resident, $70 Non-Resident

All materials are provided for all Walters Cultural Arts Center youth classes unless otherwise noted.

4 – 5:30 pm Phone registration: 503-615-3485

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Walters Arts Education

Get ready for an explosion of color! Experiment, explore and create exciting results. Discover techniques to make images come to life and jump off the page using the power of color: choice, combinations, mixing, and more. A joyful, empowering way for young artists to dive into painting and creative expression.


Youth Classes – Performing Arts NEW! Acting: Improv Adventures

Walters Arts Education

Improv is fantastic training for building communication, teamwork, and ensemble skills while having a blast with others. Explore creative commitment, decision making, confidence, freedom—and fun! Play games, discover new approaches to making your ideas come to life in the moment—and leave with new skills to help you onstage and off. 9 – 12 years Walters Cultural Arts Center David Koff Theatre Games Thu 10/5 – 11/9 3:45 – 5 pm Laugh hard, play, and take your imagination to new places! 56095 $46 Resident, $58 Non-Resident Set your creativity free with engaging theatre games and activities while exploring great skills like teamwork, communication, voice, movement and more. Take the stage with joy and confidence, and have a blast working Beginning Guitar with others. Enjoy an exciting new acting adventure every Strum your heart out in this group guitar class focused on day. rhythm, agility and creative expression! Begin playing right away as you explore the basics of guitar: rhythm, chords, 6 – 8 years melodies and more. Develop musical skills to take you far Walters Cultural Arts Center in a fun, supportive environment. Note: Students must Heath Koerschgen 56093 Mon 10/9 – 11/13 3:30 – 4:20 pm bring their own guitar (acoustic or electric with amplifier). No class 11/6 9 – 12 years Walters Cultural Arts Center $40 Resident, $52 Non-Resident Joe Aloia 56129 Tue 10/10 – 11/14 4 – 5:30 pm Beginning Acting: No class 10/31 $54 Resident, $66 Non-Resident Exploring Scenes Explore key acting skills that take you far onstage and off. Bring stories to life Family Art Night: while building confidence, Create something truly special with clay, teamwork, communication paint, collage & more! skills and more. Discover Everybody is welcome at Family Art Night! Work on and expand your actor’s engaging, all-ages, hands-on art projects individually or toolkit by diving into team up with family or friends. Each Thursday offers a exciting new scenes and brand new project and exciting materials to work with. All characters. Flex your supplies included. creativity and have a blast working with others. Note: This is a facilitated art activity. Youth under 18 9 – 12 years Walters Cultural Arts Center Heath Koerschgen 56094 Mon 10/9 – 11/13 No class 11/6 $42 Resident, $54 Non-Resident

4:30 – 5:30 pm

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must be accompanied and supervised at all times by a participating adult. Parents are encouraged to assist young children. Walters Cultural Arts Center, Studio B30 Thu (except during closures) 6:30 – 8:30 pm $5/individual, Children under 3 free Maximum of 20 people, so come early! For more information, including the monthly project schedule, go to Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/Walters.

Register online anytime: www.hillsboro-oregon.gov/WaltersClasses


Adult/Teen Classes – Ceramics Beginning/Intermediate Ceramics

Discover hidden talents as you explore the rewards and possibilities of clay. Find your center as you explore foundational techniques on the wheel and enjoy the freedom of hand-building. Grow your skills class by class as you create cups, plates, and bowls and personalize your creations using color and texture. Amaze yourself with how far you go in this inspiring, in-depth class. 14 years – Adult Walters Cultural Arts Center Victoria Shaw 56108 Tue 10/10 – 12/5 6:30 – 8:30 pm No class 10/31 $120 Resident, $138 Non-Resident, $80 Senior Resident, $96 Senior Non-Resident

NEW! Ceramic Jewelry Making

Unleash your creativity and passion for ceramics by making beautiful jewelry! Express your individual style as you learn basic jewelry making techniques to create personal, wearable art. Explore the elements of design, uses of pattern and color, and incorporate beads, wire wrapping and more to create unique ceramic jewelry. Instantly gratifying, creatively rewarding and great for gifts. See Walters’ website for full supply list. 14 years – Adult Walters Cultural Arts Center Theresa Arrison 56111 Tue 10/10 – 11/7 6:30 – 8:30 pm No class on 10/31 $65 Resident, $78 Non-Resident, $43 Senior Resident, $54 Senior Non-Resident

Wheel Throwing

Ever been curious about trying the potter’s wheel? Roll up your sleeves, get “muddy,” and set your creativity loose in a fun, supportive class. Find your center at the wheel and explore fundamental, empowering ceramic techniques. Create and glaze cups, bowls, and other useful everyday objects—both beautiful and functional. 14 years – Adult Walters Cultural Arts Center Theresa Arrison 56110 Mon 9/18 – 10/23 6:30 – 8:30 pm 56114 Mon 11/6 – 12/11 6:30 – 8:30 pm $98 Resident, $114 Non-Resident, $68 Senior Resident, $82 Senior Non-Resident

A time to work independently on personal projects in the clay studio and wheel room—with a plethora of tools and glazes at your disposal. Meet new people, explore new skills and pursue your individual interests with this self-guided studio time. Open to current and previous students or those with prior approval.

Wed 9/6 – 12/20 5:30 – 8:30 pm $10 One-time, drop in pass, $36 Four Session Pass (only $9/session) $48 Six Session Pass (only $8/session) $56 Eight Session Pass (only $7/ session) With our flexible pass card, sessions do not need to be used concurrently. However, all passes expire at the end of each term: 12/20. Maximum of 15 people. Bags of clay available for purchase at the Walters. Subject to cancellation. Visit Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/Walters for more information.

All Creative Arts Classes: No experience necessary. Returning students are encouraged to work on more challenging pieces tailored to experience level in a supportive class environment. Materials provided unless noted in description. Visit www. Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/Walters for supply lists and information.

Phone registration: 503-615-3485

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Walters Arts Education

Open Studio at the Walters

Flex your claytivity with independent studio time.


Adult/Teen Classes – Painting Fall Watercolor Explorations

Embrace the colors of the season! Create paintings inspired by fall leaves while experimenting with a variety of watercolor techniques to make dynamic textures and effects. Complete a finished painting to enjoy and share. All experience levels welcomed and encouraged. Beginners have the opportunity to gain experience with key concepts like color mixing, washing, brushwork and more. See Walters’ website for full supply list.

Walters Arts Education

14 years – Adult Walters Cultural Arts Center Sue Anne Seckora 56121 Thu 9/28 – 11/16 2 – 4 pm $94 Resident, $110 Non-Resident, $60 Senior Resident, $75 Senior Non-Resident

NEW! Watercolor: Autumn Colors

Discover the beauty of fall’s warm, dynamic colors! Explore the hues in nature and light qualities of the season to bring your images to life. Experience the joy of creative expression through empowering exercises. Gain confidence as you experiment with brushwork, washes, color and more in a supportive class environment for beginners and experienced painters alike. See Walters’ website for full supply list. 16 years – Adult Walters Cultural Arts Center Bonnie Burbidge 56120 Wed 9/27 – 10/25 4 – 5:30 pm $60 Resident, $74 Non-Resident, $40 Senior Resident, $53 Senior Non-Resident 24

NEW! Landscapes in Watercolor: Beautiful Skies

Bring the world to your fingertips as you dive deeply into the key elements that make up beautiful scenery like clouds and skies. Discover empowering approaches to painting landscapes in watercolor and develop skills to capture the places and vistas that inspire you. A joyful, freeing approach to painting. All levels welcome. Beginners have the opportunity to spend more time on basic skills such as color mixing, washes, brushwork and more. See Walters’ website for full supply list. 14 years – Adult Walters Cultural Arts Center Sue Anne Seckora 56118 Tue 9/26 – 11/14 1 – 3 pm $94 Resident, $110 Non-Resident, $60 Senior Resident, $75 Senior Non-Resident

NEW! Beginning & Intermediate Acrylics Play, experiment and discover the rich colors and flexibility that make acrylics so rewarding and enjoyable! Explore foundational painting techniques with a beginnerfriendly approach. Students with previous experience have the opportunity to progress to new challenges. Let the natural world and your imagination inspire your painting and surprise yourself with how far you go in each class. See Walters’ website for full supply list. 16 years – Adult Walters Cultural Arts Center Edyta Salak 56124 Mon 11/13 – 12/11 4 – 6 pm $68 Resident, $82 Non-Resident, $44 Senior Resident, $58 Senior Non-Resident

Register online anytime: www.hillsboro-oregon.gov/WaltersClasses


Adult/Teen Classes – Painting, Photography & Music NEW! Fall Painting Studio

Refresh your inspiration and commitment to creativity while enjoying the rewards of painting alongside others in a supportive, encouraging studio environment. As you work, take the opportunity to ask questions of an experienced painter and educator. All painting mediums welcome. Receive gentle guidance, creative comradery and new inspiration to take your art to the next level. Note: Bring your own supplies and an independent project to work on. Adult Walters Cultural Arts Center Elizabeth Higgins 56115 Tue 11/14 – 12/5 10 am – 12 pm $45 Resident, $57 Non-Resident, $28 Senior Resident, $38 Senior Non-Resident

NEW! Post Capture: Saving Your Memories

Ever feel overwhelmed by all the photos on your phone? Or take great images on vacation, never to see them again? Give your photos a meaningful life after capturing them! Discover step-by-step how to edit, back up, archive, and enjoy your images—making the process fun and creatively rewarding instead of a chore! Dive into this process with hands-on class activities and discover how inspiring it can be. Note: Students supply their own laptop or tablet. See Walters’ website for supply list.

Discover what is special and exciting about painting on silk as you make beautiful pieces to wear, share, or display. Create and leave with multiple unique silk scarves (or wall art) using easy-to-learn, beginner-friendly techniques of textile painting. Explore how silk brings out the richness in colors for stunning effects. 16 years – Adult Walters Cultural Arts Center Edyta Salak 56123 Mon 11/13 – 12/11 6:30 – 8:30 pm $100 Resident, $118 Non-Resident, $78 Senior Resident, $92 Senior Non-Resident All Creative Arts Classes: No experience necessary. Returning students are encouraged to work on more challenging pieces tailored to experience level in a supportive class environment. Materials provided unless noted in description. Visit www. Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/Walters for supply lists and information.

Beginning Guitar: Fundamentals

Grab your guitar and make some music! Begin playing right away—even if you’ve never played before—as you explore the foundations of guitar: rhythm, agility, chords, melody and more. Learn by doing as you play alongside others while developing your music skills and flexing your creativity. Note: Students must bring their own guitar. 17 years – Adult Walters Cultural Arts Center Joe Aloia 56132 Tue 10/10 – 11/14 6 – 7:15 pm No class 10/31 $45 Resident, $57 Non-Resident, $28 Senior Resident, $38 Senior Non-Resident

Phone registration: 503-615-3485

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Walters Arts Education

Silk Painting

18 years – Adult Walters Cultural Arts Center Bryan Welsh 56134 Tue 10/3 – 11/14 6:30 – 8 pm No class 10/31 $58 Resident, $72 Non-Resident, $36 Senior Resident, $47 Senior Non-Resident


Creative Classes at the Hillsboro Community Senior Center Watercolor: Bold and Free

Bring your paintbrushes and a sense of adventure! Explore the special and freeing medium of watercolor in this class for beginning and experienced painters alike. Experiment with color, brushwork and ink. Engaging exercises offer a springboard for inspiration and the opportunity to let your imagination—and the paint itself—take you to bold new places. Materials provided. Hillsboro Community Senior Center Bonnie Burbidge 56133 Thu 10/5 – 11/9 10 – 11:30 am No class 10/26 $38 Senior Resident, $47 Senior Non-Resident, $57 Resident, $69 Non-Resident

Jerry Willey Plaza at Orenco Station Walters Arts Education

Oct 7 12-7 pm

www.OrenKoFest.com

Winter Village

at Jerry Willey Plaza at Orenco Station

November 24, 2017 – January 1, 2018

Outdoor Ice Skating and More! Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/WinterVillage 26

Register online anytime: www.hillsboro-oregon.gov/WaltersClasses


Public Art in Hillsboro:

MONUMENTAL MOMENTS

Match the Artwork to its Location on the Map Key

100 Years Ago: Struggle & Success Living History Tours

Answers from quiz on page 14-15 1. Barometer by Devin Laurence Field, 2013 2. Bird Child Travels Through History by Angelina Marino-Heidel, 2014

Sunday, October 1 1 - 5 pm Hillsboro Pioneer Cemetery

3. Burger Family, A&W Root Beer 4. Dancing Chairs by Jim Schmidt, 2009 5. Dynamic Orbits by Adrian Litman, 2016 6. Get Down With Da Dirt by Suzanne Lee, 2014 7. Head Over Heels by Patrick Dougherty, 2017 8. Main Street Bridge Lighting, 2015 9. Reflected Past by Beliz Brother, 2015

Jim Imbrie and family, c. 1900. Courtesy of Washington County Museum.

10. Seeds of Orenco by Rhiza A+D, 2017 11. Shute Seeds by Blessing Hancock, 2016 12. Stewards’ Gateway by Tim Gabriel, 2013 13. Walking Warrior by Sharon Agnor, 2017

Advance Tickets $8 Registration 503-681-5397 Course #55019 - 55035 Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/MMTour

ArtFest on the Plaza

Performances & demos include: Hula Halau ‘Ohana Holo’oko’a Una Voz Mariachi Band Hillsboro Symphony Orchestra Bag&Baggage Productions And Many More! In collaboration with the Hillsboro Farmers’ Market

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create. participate. celebrate. Saturday, September 30 | 9 am – 1:30 pm | Free A Hillsboro Arts Month kick off event at the Tom Hughes Civic Center Plaza Popcorn, street magic, live performances, family activities, and demonstrations.

For more information, including a full schedule of arts month events, visit HillsboroArtsMonth.org.

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In Her Own Words:

An Interview with Walters Intern Cynthia Rodriguez-Sanchez Cynthia Rodriguez-Sanchez spent her summer in the art-filled classrooms and studios of the Walters Cultural Arts Center as part of the City of Hillsboro’s Internship Program. The City of Hillsboro strives to connect students with valuable experiences, such as internships in local government. The summer internship program pairs student interns with a mentor to help guide them in potential career options for their future and introduces them to career opportunities in the public sector. In this interview with Cynthia, we take a snapshot of an amazing and dedicated member of the next generation who is on the rise to making our world a better place. Tell us a little about yourself… I was born in Michoacán, Mexico, but raised in Oregon since the age of two. I’m currently attending Portland Community College as a Future Connect Scholar. I’m working on my Associates of Science Transfer Degree and hoping to transfer to OHSU or Pacific University to pursue a career in the medical field as a traveler Pediatrician. I’m the first one in my family to go to college and to be able to study abroad. I’m an athletic person who loves the outdoors, but on rainy days I like to stay home and watch scary movies. I like hanging out with friends, family and my dog. What are your passions and hobbies? My hobbies are soccer, hiking, camping and boxing. I love going on road trips, long night walks with my dog, traveling and new adventures. I have a passion for kids and animals, especially dogs. I also have a passion for nature, where I experience life thriving, changes and helping others.  Where do you see yourself in the next 10 years? In the next 10 years I see myself as a traveler and pediatrician, visiting different countries to serve the less fortunate who are in need of health care, making a difference in my patients’ lives. I want to give back to my community and others while inspiring others and sharing my experiences through photographs. I want to have fun on my journey by traveling, exploring nature, and experiencing different cultures.  What did you enjoy most about your Arts Education internship at the Walters? What I most enjoyed about my Arts Education Internship at the Walters was interacting with the teachers and kids. Being able to spend time with them throughout the camp while helping them was full of laughter and fun. That was one of the amazing parts of this internship. Seeing their happy and surprised faces when they had finished their masterpieces of clay, painting and others things was awesome. I enjoyed how I was able to learn a lot about art while I was in the camps helping out. Another amazing thing about my internship was the staff members and teachers are so friendly and awesome. This was a great opportunity. 

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“Don’t let society’s negative voices stop you or anyone tell you how unattainable your dream is.” ~ Cynthia Rodriguez-Sanchez What advice do you have for other young Latinas pursuing their dreams? Life is a series of crossroads, ups and downs—but never give up. Continue what you’re most passionate about. Each decision shapes who you are and who you become. Don’t let society’s negative voices stop you or anyone tell you how unattainable your dream is. If you believe in yourself and know what you want to accomplish, then you’ll make it happen. Never lose sight of what is most important.


What Does Art Mean to Hillsboro? The City of Hillsboro has an active history of supporting the arts as a way to enhance livability. In fact, the City’s guiding document, the Hillsboro 2020 Vision and Action Plan, calls for over a dozen initiatives in the cultural arts sector alone. Highest on that list are the creation of a cultural arts center, an arts council and a public art program. Within the pages of the HillsboroARTS Magazine, you will see the dreams of 2020 becoming reality through creative programs, events, classes, concerts, gallery exhibitions, community grants and public art works. Glenn & Viola Walters Cultural Arts Center

The Walters opened on March 16, 2004. Located at the corner of SE 5th Avenue and Main Street, this site has a rich history of community involvement that began when the Trinity Lutheran Church started construction of the church building in 1947. The Walters is a ground-breaking facility that provides expanded opportunities for the entire Hillsboro community, including: youth and adult art education and training, increased access to local, regional and national artists and increased opportunity for individual artists to teach and demonstrate their craft. It is the first site constructed in Hillsboro with the intention of showcasing cultural events and providing community-centered arts education.

Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council

The HACC mission is to promote and support the growth of arts and culture as assets for a vital, prosperous and livable community. The Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council (HACC) first convened in the spring of 2007. This citizen advisory committee is appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by City Council. Under the general direction of the City Council, the HACC oversees policies and programs pertaining to arts and culture for the City. It is housed in the Parks and Recreation Department and is administered by the Cultural Arts Program Manager. In 2012, the HACC established the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment in partnership with the Hillsboro Community Foundation to create long-term stable funding for our creative community.

Hillsboro Public Art Program

Public art is a part of our mental map of Hillsboro, creating the memorable public places that strengthen our community. Art can attract us to downtown, enliven our neighborhoods, enhance our experiences in parks, remind us of our history, and celebrate our ethnic and cultural diversity. Public art can take many forms - landscape treatments, building facades, freestanding sculptures, murals, lighting and more. It can be permanent or temporary. Often, art is an unexpected discovery that lifts us out of the ordinary and brings a moment of intrigue and delight to our day.

CULTURAL ARTS

HillsboroARTS MAGAZINE

HillsboroARTS Mission HillsboroARTS is produced three times a year to inform our patrons and complement the Hillsboro Parks & Recreation Activities Guide. This publication will help you plan your schedule with our activities, events, and classes in mind. Let Us Know What You Think We value your thoughts and input and are interested in hearing your comments about what you see here or ideas for future topics. With your help, we can deliver a publication that meets your needs and those of our community. Please email your ideas, recommendations and remarks to katrina.hill@hillsboro-oregon.gov. We look forward to hearing from you. Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council Dawn Sellers, Chair Bryan Welsh, Vice Chair Ed Arrington Tara Burke Joan Callaway Ramon Cancel Martin Conley Jennifer Greenwood BJ Jeddeloh Jeff Jurrens Jean Lasswell Carol Loughner Tonya Macalino Christine Martell Barbara Mason Alisa McDonald Gayle Nachtigal Kelsey Ornelas, YAC Representative Cultural Arts Program Staff Michele McCall-Wallace, Cultural Arts Manager Katrina Hill, Administrative Specialist Walters Cultural Art Center Bridie Harrington, Program Supervisor Stephanie Adams-Santos, Facility Supervisor Gayle Ritt, Facility Supervisor Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council Melissa Moore, Program Supervisor Laura Murray, Facility Supervisor Hillsboro Public Art Program Valerie Otani, Program Supervisor ON THE COVER: Members of Hillsboro School District’s Mariachi Una Voz at Orenco Woods Nature Park. Photo by Rick Paulson. PHOTOS IN THIS ISSUE were taken by Cultural Arts staff unless otherwise indicated. All rights reserved. COPYRIGHT 2017, Hillsboro Parks & Recreation Department.


ANNOUNCING OUR 2017 - 18 CONCERT SERIES Folk, Americana, Opera, Jazz, Classical, Country, Soul, Roots & More... Sep 29 NAOMI WACHIRA

Indie Singer + Songwriter, AfroFolk | $15/$20

Oct 21 The Magic Flute: PORTLAND OPERA

Opera, Family-Friendly | MATINEE $5 suggested donation

Oct 27 CHRIS SMITHER

Naomi Wachira

Singer + Songwriter, Blues | $22/$26

Nov 3 CHRIS ARELLANO and Nuevo Americana Dec 1

KRISTIN ANDREASSEN

Mar 10

OREGON MANDOLIN ORCHESTRA

Singer + Songwriter, Indie Folk | $15/$20

Dec 8

Classical, Bluegrass | $20/$25

Dec 15

Americana, Norteño, Country | $12/$16

OREGON SYMPHONY STRING ENSEMBLE featuring the Oregon Chorale

String Quartet, Classical, Pop | $25/$30 Benefitting the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment

Jan 26 RIO CON BRIO Brazillian, Guitar & Mandolin | $15/$20 Feb 2

LIZ VICE

Soul, Gospel, R&B | $15/$20

Feb 23 TONY FURTADO Roots, Americana, Slide Guitar | $18/$22

Mijita Fridita (My Daughter Frida): TEATRO MILAGRO

Theatre, Family-Friendly | MATINEE $5/$10

Mar 16 THE GOTHARD Celtic | $18/$22 Apr 6

Chris Arellano

SISTERS

CARRIE CUNNINGHAM

Acoustic Country, Singer + Songwriter | $15/$20

Apr 20 The Incredible Journey of Jazz: PDX JAZZ Jazz, Family-Friendly | $5 youth/$10 adult May 4

Joni Mitchell’s Blue: MERIDETH KAYE CLARK Folk, Piano | $20/$25

Kristin Andreassen

May 18 ACOUSTIC GUITAR SUMMIT Fingerstyle Guitar | $18/$22

To Purchase Tickets Call: 503-615-3485 | Online: BrownPaperTickets.com Walk-up: 527 East Main Street, Hillsboro, OR 97123 All concerts begin at 7:30 pm and matinees at 2 pm For compete information, visit: Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/WaltersConcerts

Concert concessions provided by Longbottom Coffee & Tea

Oregon Symphony String Ensemble

With thanks to our sponsor The Orenco Hotel

Profile for City of Hillsboro

HillsboroArts Magazine Fall 2017  

The magazine by, for and about Hillsboro, Oregon's arts community and scene.

HillsboroArts Magazine Fall 2017  

The magazine by, for and about Hillsboro, Oregon's arts community and scene.

Profile for hillsboro