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EOCenes to Perform at Pendleton Center for the Arts on May...

Ron Emmons, of Hermiston, is rounding up several of his old college buddies for a bluegrass concert featuring EOCenes. Emmons, frontman for Cabbage Hill, has played mandolin and...

Musician Okaidja Afroso to Return to Pendleton for Performance on April...

When Okaidja Afroso last played the Pendleton Center for the Arts, almost a decade ago, he was already known for his spirited Ghanaian music...

Unique Canadian Musical Duo to Perform in Pendleton on March 20

A Canadian duo that’s been described as everything from indie-roots to chamber-folk will take the stage at the Pendleton Center for the Arts on...

Artists Get Creative During Climate Change Poster Competition

On Friday, Feb. 23, young artist from Umatilla and Morrow counties celebrated the results of climate change poster contest, sponsored by the Eastern Oregon...

Author Andrea Carlisle to Read from New Book Tonight in Pendleton

The assumptions that come with aging are at the heart of Andrea Carlisle’s new book, There Was an Old Woman. “Every person ages differently and so...

Blues Heavyweights to Make Pit Stop in Pendleton for Show on...

Two powerhouses of the blues tradition are traveling to Portland for the PDX Jazz Festival, making a stop in Pendleton along the way to...

Duo to Bring Mix of Famenco & Arabic Music to Pendleton...

A reviewer writing for the Chicago Reader once noted that, "Seffarine's music can melt the coldest hearts." The band’s warmth comes from the melding of...

Pendleton’s Carnegie Building Receives Reviving Facelift

One of the most prominent buildings in downtown Pendleton just received a facelift, bringing it back very close to the way it looked more...

Brooklyn Artist’s Work to Go On Display at PCA on Aug....

Brooklyn artist Leonardo Drew employs oxidation, burning, and decay to transform materials into large scale sculptural works, blurring the distinctions between what is natural...

Travel Author to Speak at PCA’s First Draft Writers’ Series on...

Joshua Samuel Brown describes himself as having spent close to two decades “in constant motion.”  “Until fairly recently I wasn’t very good at staying put,” he says.   Fans...

Irish Singer-Songwriter to Perform at Pendleton Center for the Arts

Irish singer-songwriter Karan Casey has been blazing a trail for over 25 years. On Tuesday, June 20, that trail will lead to Pendleton for...

Pendleton Center for the Arts to Exhibit Work of Four Artists...

Judith Baumann is well-known as the Master Printer for Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts, where she collaborates with artists from across the country...

Pendleton Center for the Arts to Spotlight the Art of Storytelling

The art of storytelling will be featured at the First Draft Writers’ Series on Thursday, May 18 at the Pendleton Center for the Arts. The...

Artist’s Work Uncovers the ‘Marginalized and Underrepresented’

After 174 works by more than 100 artists filled the East Oregonian Gallery this spring, the space returns to its usual format of featuring...

The EOCenes to Perform at Pendelton Center for the Arts on...

The bluegrass musicians who make up the band The EOCenes typically take to the stage in Pendleton in September, but they’re playing a special...

PCA’s Open Regional Exhibit Brings in Record Crowd, Most Entries

The 50th anniversary of the Open Regional Exhibit at the Pendleton Center for the Arts attracted not only a record crowd but the largest number...

PCA’s Open Regional Exhibit Accepting Artwork Through March 4

Artists from across northeast Oregon and southeast Washington are reminded to submit work for this year’s Open Regional Exhibit at the Pendleton Center for...

Artist Couple’s Paintings to Be Exhibited in Pendelton Feb. 2-25

While Emily and Andrew Somoskey both create paintings that incorporate layering and abstraction, each artist has a distinctly different approach to their work, resulting...

Joe Newberry & April Vertch to Play at Pendleton Center for...

Growing up, Joe Newberry and April Verch absorbed traditions of home and hearth – in his Missouri Ozarks and her Ottawa Valley of Canada. Although they are on...

Poet Lex Runciman to Be Featured at PCA’s First Draft Writer’s...

When explaining his thoughts on how to engage people who don’t think they like poetry, poet Lex Runciman uses a baseball analogy. “If a hitter...

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