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|In Oregon artistic expression is everywhere! Perhaps it's the beauty of Oregon's lush woodlands or the picturesque Oregon wine country that inspires the artist.|
|Across the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region uncover an exceptionally high calibre of visual and performing arts. |
Beloved and established arts venues are home to local symphony, ballet, opera, choir and theater companies. International and national headliners perform in state-of-the-art arenas, community amphitheaters, and the region's many music festivals.
Peruse the esteemed art collections at the University of Oregon's Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art or tour local galleries during art walks.
The region's cultural heritage and history is documented in many museums, honored in culturally-rooted events, and explored through multiple artistic mediums.
Maude Kerns Art Center hosts Art and the Vineyard every 4th of July weekend. This esteemed art and wine festival features live entertainment, fireworks, food, wine MORE >>
Classic and creative ballet at Eugene's Hult Center for the Performing Arts and on tour. Led by a mother/daughter duo, Ballet Fantastique presents high-caliber ballet, MORE >>
Picturesque family-owned estate winery and vineyards, sustainably farmed. Recipient of four Top 100 wines of the world - Pinot Noir by Wine Spectator and Pinot Gris by MORE >>
One of the largest fiber animal expositions in the U.S., the Black Sheep Gathering is June 20 - 22, 2014 in Eugene. Featuring sheep and goat shows, workshops, trade show, MORE >>
A robust historical festival celebrating the discovery of gold in the Bohemia Mountains. The All-America City of Cottage Grove celebrates July 17-20, 2014. Come for the MORE >>
Brigadoon Wine Company is a multi-generational family enterprise growing pinot noir, pinot blanc, riesling, and quality Oregon rootstock on their beautiful 44-acre farm MORE >>
This is the only remaining covered railroad bridge in Oregon and possibly west of the Mississippi River! It was built in 1925 on the Coast Fork of the Willamette River to MORE >>
An annual spring film festival featuring films and media from Pacific-bordering countries. Upcoming April 23-27, 2014 with a focus on Chile and Taiwan. Cinema Pacific is MORE >>
This 30-mile (48-km) loop connects six covered bridges and is one of the most recent additions to Oregon's Scenic Byway program. History buffs of all ages visit Lane MORE >>