February, already? We're not complaining... how could we object to the arrival of the month that includes Black History Month, St. Valentine's Day, and other highlights?
It's a short month, but an action-packed one, and we aim to cram as many arts events as time allows into the February edition of our First Friday Arts segment. For listeners, it's a buffet of arts events from around the region, called in to 800-838-3760.
We invite arts organizations from all around to call in.
If that includes you, feel free to grab a phone.
This month's calls came from:
- Special Olympics Oregon, with a party at its Polar Plunge in Medford
- No Shame Theatre in Eugene, and open-mike event
- Livia Genise Productions, offering Rogers and Hammerstein
- ScienceWorks in Ashland, debuting its "Wild Music" exhibit
- Cascade Theatre in Redding, with multiple events
- Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland, opening "Beehive" and other events
- Britt Festival in Jacksonville, with announcements about the coming season
- Ashland Art Works on Oak Street, announcing First Friday Art Walk events
- Shepherd's Dream in Ashland, with art and music
- Rogue Valley Symphony, bringing pianist Peter Serkin to town
- Grants Pass Museum of Art, presenting art and a big fundraiser
- Camelot Theatre in Talent, opening "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder"