Art+Culture

Sienna Morris

Oregon Artist Sienna Morris

Illustrator Sienna Morris has designed a home and workshop in Portland so reflective of her style that it’s difficult to tell where she ends and her art begins.

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Haunted Oregon

Spirits of the past are present everywhere. They dwell in our lands, haunt our historic buildings and cemeteries, and inhabit our songs, literature, films and holy texts. From ancient Egypt to today’s pop culture, stories of ghosts, apparitions and spirits— whatever you call them—are found in nearly every society and every religion.

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Sunstone Mining in Oregon

The Oregon state stone, sunstone, is a unique gem prized for its brilliance. We explore the history and economics of the Oregon sunstone.

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16 Intriguing Oregonians

1859 Oregon’s Magazine introduces extraordinary people whose lives have been sweetened by their passions.

Oregon Author Eliot Treichel

Oregon Author Eliot Treichel

Oregon author Eliot Treichel adds gravity with his writing for young adults.

Festival Sustainability

Students used 690 wooden gable trusses to build the Treeline Stage, which hosted eighteen of the festival’s performers (including Tank and the Bangas, Wolf People, KING and Ty Segall). Post-festival, the team deconstructed the stage, with the trusses still intact, and moved the materials to a site in Clackamas County to reconstruct them into tiny homes (called “sleeping pods”) for homeless veterans.