thinkoutsidethebox

Creativity, Culture & Innovation in Central Oregon Visit Bend has designated October as Tenth Month – a creative ideas month – highlighting innovative and entrepreneurial programming in Bend. Tenth Month Bend is a month-long celebration of brave ideas and innovation in art, film, marketing, technology and design. The Oregon Cultural Trust is launching October with Days…

harryandsnowman

The Warm Springs Horse Network (WSHN) once again is honored to present an exclusive one – night advance screening of a heartwarming documentary, Harry and Snowman. WSHN efforts found few documentaries that would provide you with an overwhelming feeling of enlightenment such as Harry and Snowman.  This film compels you towards a life embracing experience….

bendfilm

BendFilm, Central Oregon’s premier and celebrated Film Festival, announced the opening night film and the full film line up, as well as pass and ticket sale details, for the 13th annual festival, set to take place October 6-9. In the spring of 2016, Moviemaker Magazine once again included BendFilm in the “Top 50 Film Festivals worth…

COS Conductor Michael Gesme, photo courtesy of Benjamin Edwards

Stepping back into the late 1960s, Central Oregon was a vastly different place. Rugged, it was still considered the untamed wild west of America. Populations were sparse, farm land was abundant, and few thought that classical music withstood even a chance of surviving, let alone thriving, in the relatively unknown mill town of Bend. “If…

Born Again Ghost by Megan McGuiness, featured at Tin Pan Alley

From the well-established Tin Pan Alley art collection to hopes for a High Desert Mural Festival, public art is quickly gaining steam in Bend. Cascade AE explores the importance, the need and the future of this growing movement. BEND HEADS TOWARDS LEGALIZING MURAL ART IN MAKERS DISTRICT A feeling of cohesive collaboration was in the…

Meg Kahnle

Bidding for the Silent Auction Runs Until August 20th, Wrapping Up With The High Desert Rendezvous Fundraiser. Nothing more clearly connects the natural landscape of the High Desert to its rich cultural history, like the exhibits at the High Desert Museum. Now in its 34th year, and with over 100,000 square feet of space, the…