Lena Munday of Optic Noodle works in video, voice, performance, and projection.
Singing and playing harmonium, Meaghan Gannett performs for a rapt audience.
Meg McHutchison traces shadows cast by a participant. Throughout the evening, the performance and art group Red Fred tracked shadows cast by natural light streaming in on the longest day of the year, Summer Solstice.
Red Fred artist Meg McHutchison works with a shadow-casting little one.
Performer, artist, dancer Vanessa DeWolf of Studio-Current Seattle premieres a new performance piece at Light + Shadows.
Bellydancer and artist Grace Constantine dances with fans.
Gary Wiseman installs a video art element at Light + Shadows.
Author Lidia Yuknavitch tears it up in stocking feet.
Pianist and songwriter Amoree Lovell does her beautiful thing.
Author and screenwriter Jon Raymond reads from his book of short stories, Livability, which won the Ken Kesey Award for Fiction.
Welcome to New Oregon! We're not actually new—our organization received 501c3 nonprofit status way back in 2002. What's new is our location: we've moved to Sisters, Oregon.
Also new is our rebirth from the ashes. We planned to close our doors last year due to a series of freak accidents and illnesses that derailed the core members of our group. But sometimes, life's most difficult passages lead you to a new land. We've finally landed, safe and sound, in Central Oregon.
Now we're reinvigorating New Oregon with programming that focuses on the beautiful, sacred spaces to be found in Oregon's woods, rivers, fields, and deserts. Nature, art, and writing come together in workshops and events for adults, kids, and families We've started building a new Board, and we welcome new volunteers. Thank you for discovering us. We hope to see you in person sometime soon.