Monthly Archives: November 2009

PICA 2009 and Looking Ahead to PICA 2010

And a few of our events from the second half of 2009 A letter from Cathy Edwards, TBA:09 and TBA:10 Guest Artistic Director As fall settles in and we gather sustenance for the winter ahead, I hope that you stored … Continue reading

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PICA 2009: Help Define Our Times

Just some of our first six months of 2009 programming A letter from Victoria Frey, Executive Director of PICA This past year we saw the personal, professional, and cultural lives of our community turned upside down. Amid this uncertainty, PICA’s … Continue reading

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Philip Glass, Orphée, and Film’s Missing Element

By Eve Connell Creativity and Collaboration: An Evening with Philip Glass Tuesday, November 3, 2009 Kridel Ballroon at PAM Listening to Philip Glass last Tuesday night, before Portland Opera’s Orphée production this weekend, was indeed a tremendous way “to give … Continue reading

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Post-show: Orphée

Boy oh boy, the second act brought the PHILIP GLASS! Posted by: Jim Withington

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Orphée; Intermission

Fast, furious, intermissionary post! Posted by: Jim Withington

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Pre-show: Opera Night with Orphée and Philip Glass

How does one “liveblog” for a night at the opera? And really, should we? I won’t answer the second one, and I’ll attempt to show the first one.

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PMMNLS: Kenneth Goldsmith

Kenneth Goldsmith hates Facebook. / Photo Credit: © C. Jones PSU MFA MONDAY NIGHT LECTURE SERIES: KENNETH GOLDSMITH October 26, 2009 Posted by: Meg Peterson Kenneth Goldsmith is a man of many talents. He is a poet, professor of Poetics … Continue reading

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