Communidad Y Herencia Cultural and the Casa de Cultura Tlanese performed and put on demonstrations of classic Mexican dances and skills on Saturday, March 4. The event at the Salem Public Library closed out an exhibit of traditional Mexican attire.
A show featuring traditional klezmer music is scheduled in Salem on Saturday, March 4, to raise money for local efforts to help Ukranian refugees.
With a scoop of ice cream and a hot mic, advocates for arts and culture organizations made their case for more state funding on Monday, Feb. 27. The event at the Elsinore Theatre in Salem included a mix of entertainers.
A packed program is scheduled at the Elsinore Theatre on Monday, Feb. 27, in a free public event to launch the Oregon Arts and Culture Caucus. An ensemble of five high school trumpet players from the Salem area will be among the performers.
A regional quartet will be featured in a free concert on Sunday, Feb. 26, at the Salem Public Library, part of performances arranged by Camerata Musica. Chlidren are welcome and get their own copy of the program.
This isn’t your usual Salem music show. At this one, those in the audience will rate the guest conductor, who is being considered for a role with the Salem Philharmonia Orchestra.
A afternoon reception is scheduled at the Bush House Museum on Saturday, Feb. 11, to introduce two new commissioned portraits. They are describe as ‘visually stunning.’
The Salem Audubon Society’s most popular webinar returns on Saturday, Feb. 11 to teach Salemites how to identify Oregon hawks, eagles, vultures and more.
The film “Buffalo Soldiers: Fighting on Two Fronts” explores the legacy of Black American soldiers in conflicts throughout the nation’s history. A Thursday, Feb. 9, screening at Willamette University is free and open to the public.
A Willamette University professor will give a free public lecture on Thursday, Feb. 9, to give insights into a collection of artifacts from ancient times in Greece, Egypt and the locations. Rather than follow the lives of nobiility and the elite, the artifacts reflect a commoner’s life.