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Portland’s winter arts scene is full of group shows hosted by local galleries, with a variety of artists to meet and styles to see.
From Handel’s traditional “Messiah” to David Sedaris and his “Santaland Diaries,” the holidays are ready to be celebrated.
Winter's gallery offerings take us into the past, while some reach across the nation or globe to compile collections and indulge far-out visions.
This fall, Portland’s galleries and studios explore artists’ processes and appreciate their place in the contemporary canon.
Think you've seen all of Portland? Not so fast! We've found the next batch of Portland’s top sights, including vintage parks, extinct volcanoes and eateries.
Dreaming of a family-friendly afternoon full of hands-on learning? Head to the Portland Children’s Museum, which hosts more than 300,000 visitors each year.
Portland’s new transit bridge and the MAX Orange light rail line make it easy to explore the up-and-coming South Waterfront and Central Eastside districts.
The North Portland art center's offerings range from visual art installations to collaborations with bands like the Shins.
The Portland Art Museum's Center for Contemporary Native Art, opened in fall 2015, is devoted to showcasing the work of modern-day Native American artists.
Through interactive exhibits and displays featuring 100 historic race cars and motorcycles, this museum tells a vivid tale of America’s love affair with life in the fast lane.