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Jason Holland has left Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, Calif., after 18 years in sunny Orange County to take on the duties of executive director of the nonprofit Oregon Coast Council for the Arts (OCCA). And he couldn’t be happier. Read more

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Jason Holland has left Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, Calif., after 18 years in sunny Orange County to take on the duties of executive director of the nonprofit Oregon Coast Council for the Arts (OCCA). And he couldn’t be happier.

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A new exhibit called “Up From the Ashes” opens today (Friday) in the Chessman Gallery at the Lincoln City Cultural Center. This display honors and shares the stories from the Echo Mountain Complex fire and its aftermath, exploring the human conditions of grief, loss, healing, regrowth, compa…

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Thanks to generous support from the public and from the Oregon Community Foundation, the Lincoln City Cultural Center has announced a second round of Echo Mountain Arts Fund grant awards.

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LINCOLN CITY — A new exhibit called “Quilts and Basket Gourds in Brilliant Color” opens today (Friday) at the Fiber Arts Studio Gallery located inside the Lincoln City Cultural Center.

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Along the streets of Toledo, people will find the small mill town integrates art and industry seamlessly. Train cars are the backdrop for sculptural works along the riverfront, and mosaics are laced among the scenes of Main Street.

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Facebook brings us any number of images — snapshots of family and friends, political photos and plenty of cute cats and dogs. But longtime Newport resident Ed Cameron does something different, posting his delicate watercolors, often of iconic Nye Beach scenes, and bringing delight to viewers…

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The Oregon Coast Council for the Arts welcomes Corvallis-based artist Anna Fidler, who has an exhibition called “Incessant Pulse of the Future” showing in the Upstairs Gallery at the Newport Visual Arts Center through May 29.