EDWARD CURTIS PHOTOGRAPHERS’ RESPONSES
High Desert Museum
This talk will place Edward Curtis’s photographs for The North American Indian within the larger context of early twentieth-century photography, when Pictorialist, Modernist and social documentary styles vied for prominence. In addition, Dr. Dolan will discuss current works by contemporary Native American photographers Zig Jackson (Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara, b. 1957), Wendy Red Star (Apsa’alooke, b. 1981), and Will Wilson (Diné, b. 1969) that directly respond to Curtis and his photographic legacy.
Tickets: $5 for general public, $3 for High Desert Museum members, Students are free with ID card.
Please RSVP http://www.highdesertmuseum.org/rsvp and pay at the door.
PRESENTED BY NANCY R. CHANDLER VISITING SCHOLAR PROGRAM, COCC
October 29 (Thru Oct. 21)
CASCADE THEATRICAL COMPANY ALL-ASPECTS PRESENTS: “LAND OF THE DEAD”
Cascade Theatrical Company
General Admission $8
Showtimes: October 29-31 starting at 7:30pm
All-Aspects Teen Theatre students produce and star in their own plays and are involved in “all-aspects” of the theatrical production.
After his newest play opens, William Shakespeare must once again defend his work from critics and sycophants pitching play ideas. But when a plague-ridden madman bites the costumer, and the Queen arrives seeking safety from the panic engulfing London, everyone in the globe theatre must fight! Can they survive? Is there a cure? Is artistic integrity ever worth dying for? A true and accurate account of the Elizabethan zombie plague!
THE OTHER SIDE TOUR 2015
The Volcanic Theatre Pub
Imagine if Dexter Morgan with side kick Eric Northman, hosted a late late late night talk show in a haunted mansion deep within the enchanted cemetery, then NEW YEARS DAY would most assuredly be their house band with warm blood-spattered bottles of True Blood offered in the “red room” for the visiting “undead”.
TRICK-OR-TREATING AT BROOKSWOOD MEADOW PLAZA
Brookswood Meadow Plaza
Visiting and local young ghouls and goblins of all kinds are invited to join the businesses of Brookswood Meadow Plaza for trick-or-treating throughout the day and into the evening on Halloween! We look forward to seeing your costumes – scary silly or somewhere in between!
VIA LACTEA: AN OPERA IN TWO ACTS
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
WHERE: Four Seasons Restaurant Touchmark at Mt.Bachelor Village
19800 SW Touchmark Way
Bend, OR 97702
COST: Suggested donation of $100
Learn about the adaptation of Ellen Waterston’s verse novel to a libretto. Listen to OperaBend singers perform original music from the opera by composer Rebecca Oswald.
RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE EXHIBIT
High Desert Museum
From rain to shine to snow to hail, weather plays a large role in how we live our everyday lives. It affects how we dress, our daily activities, the crops we grow, work we do and water we use. How do we know what the weather will be? To understand it we need know about seasons, weather patterns, how to forecast weather and the impacts it has on our environment.
MICHAEL LINGTON FEATURING TAYLOR DAYNE
A Benefit Concert for Mountain Star Family Relief Nursery. Forget what you think you know about Michael Lington. Now that he’s gone mainstream with his career and consciousness shifting new album Soul Appeal, he’s full steam ahead like no one’s ever heard him before, blazing a fresh, innovative road for himself with a freewheeling immersion into the heart of the 60’s and 70’s Memphis Soul vibe. From his 1997 self-titled breakthrough album through 2012’s star-studded Pure, the charismatic saxophonist has wowed and surprised his fans before. But he’s never had more fun, played more loose, solo’d more intensely or improvised this expansively.
FIRST ANNUAL CIVIL WAR RALLY AND AUCTION
5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
EDCO and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bend (BGCB) are excited to announce that we have teamed up to host an all-new event in Bend. Three weeks before the Ducks and Beavers face off in Corvallis, the First Annual Civil War Rally and Auction will take place at the Riverhouse Convention Center on Wednesday, November 4, 2015, from 5-9 p.m. The rally will bring business leaders, parents, community members, and alumni together in friendly rivalry and fun to support BGCB’s youth development programs as well as Central Oregon’s long-term economic healthy and prosperity