Arts & Culture

  KLCC continues a year-end look at the local State of the Arts with arts journalist and photographer Bob Keefer, creator of Eugene Art Talk. He gives his views on the strengths of the local classical music offerings and theater; and weighs in on the challenges facing the visual arts community in the face of gallery closures. 

  KLCC begins a year-end look at the local State of the Arts, featuring interviews with cultural leaders focusing on the many strengths and challenges of the arts scene, and on ways to improve it in 2016. Eric Alan interviews Terry Way about the visual arts, including the imminent closure of the Jacobs Gallery in Eugene. The series will continue through the last two weeks of December. 

Photo by Eric Alan

  Fiddler extraordinaire Darol Anger will convene his third annual “Keep It In the Fam Holiday Show” at the Hi-Fi Music Hall in Eugene tonight, Friday, December 18th at 8 p.m.

Earlier this week, Native American activist and poet, John Trudell “walked on” after a bout with cancer. He was a frequent visitor to Eugene and a guest on KLCC.

Photo by Eric Alan

  Vocal ensemble Vox Resonat will celebrate the season with two performances of their concert “Christmas in Germany,” which will include songs from the 16th and 17th century. They’ll perform first in Roseburg on Saturday, December 12th at the First Presbyterian Church, and then in Eugene on Sunday, December 13th at Central Lutheran Church.

Photo by Eric Alan

  Peia Luzzi has traveled the globe to gather and preserve songs of ancient and diverse cultures lineages, including Medieval chant, Bulgarian and Celtic Folk music, medicine songs from indigenous cultures in North and South America, and Indian classical raga.

This is KLCC. I’m Connie Bennett, Director of Eugene Public Library, with a book review of "The Shark Curtain” by Chris Scofield.

“The Shark Curtain” is the first novel by Chris Scofield, who lives in Eugene with her husband and (according to the book jacket) two goldfish. Though it’s not for every audience, I found “The Shark Curtain” an absolutely bewitching book.

  Actresses Kim Fairbairn and Storm Kennedy speak with Eric Alan about Love, Loss and What I Wore, a play regarding the connection between clothes and female identity. The Very Little Theatre’s Stage Left production of the play runs December 4th through 13th in Eugene. 

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