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Aug 16 2014 Segment 2: Walidah Imarisha, Art from Internment Camps

8/15/2014
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Walidah Imarisha examines social issues and racial tension through poetry, and "Art Behind Barbed Wire" features arts and crafts made in WWII internment camps.

Duration:00:13:46

Aug. 9 2014 Segment 1 - David Shafer, Trygve Faste

8/8/2014
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We sit down with David Shafer to talk about his breakout debut novel, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. Also, Trygve Faste talks about the intersection of studio art and design.

Duration:00:16:38

Aug 2 2014 Segment 4: Elizabeth Leon

8/1/2014
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How one recent art school grad found her place in a setting that wasn't instantly welcoming.

Duration:00:08:52

Aug 2 2014 Segment 3: Sean Joseph Patrick Carney

8/1/2014
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Sean Joseph Patrick Carney talks talk pop songs, parodies, and his conflicted relationship with social practice art.

Duration:00:17:05

Aug 2 2014 Segment 2: The Invisible College

8/1/2014
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Victor Maldonado and a few other Portland artists explain the idea of an invisible college that exists in the creative community.

Duration:00:07:54

Aug 2 2014 Segment 1: Victor Maldonado, Crow's Shadow, Lucha

8/1/2014
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Guest curator Victor Maldonado explores stereotypes and the ideas of belonging and borders with his art. He fills us in on his latest work.

Duration:00:17:31

July 26 Segment 3: Cheryl Strayed, Laura Gibson

7/28/2014
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July 26 Segment 3: Cheryl Strayed, Laura Gibson by OPB's State of Wonder

Duration:00:23:43

July 26 Segment 2: Courtenay Hameister, Swan Sovereign

7/28/2014
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July 26 Segment 2: Courtenay Hameister, Swan Sovereign by OPB's State of Wonder

Duration:00:11:31

July 26 Segment 1: Matt Sheehy, Arthur Bradford

7/28/2014
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July 26 Segment 1: Matt Sheehy, Arthur Bradford by OPB's State of Wonder

Duration:00:14:52

July 19 Segment 2: Sahel Sounds, Cash Music, Farnell Newton

7/21/2014
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July 19 Segment 2: Sahel Sounds, Cash Music, Farnell Newton by OPB's State of Wonder

Duration:00:17:24

July 19 Segment 3: Jitney, Farnell Newton

7/21/2014
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July 19 Segment 3: Jitney, Farnell Newton by OPB's State of Wonder

Duration:00:13:59

July 19 Segment 1: Farnell Newton, Liv Warfield

7/21/2014
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July 19 Segment 1: Farnell Newton, Liv Warfield by OPB's State of Wonder

Duration:00:19:44

July 12 2014 - Segment 3: Wes Anderson's Influences, DEAN!, The Portland Ma

7/11/2014
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0:15: Luke And Rachel Price perform as DEAN! 2:45: The Portland Mavericks baseball team 3:45: The Movies that made Wes Anderson

Duration:00:14:54

July 12 2014 - Segment 1: Kill Rock Stars Goes Funny, Competitive Gifs, and

7/10/2014
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1:35: Art at the waste transfer station. 4:45: YIX and the art of the competitive gif 12:30: Kill Rock Stars Records adds comedians to roster

Duration:00:23:12

July 12 2014 - Segment 2: Photographing America's Tribes and Music from Sta

7/10/2014
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0:15: Run On Suntence's new music 1:15: Star Anna's broken heart on "Go To Hell" 7:00: Matika Wilbur's project to photograph every Indian tribe

Duration:00:13:45

July 5 2014 - StOW Segment 3: PDA, Modern Kin, Sara Swink

7/4/2014
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00:00 PDA: A work of social practice re-interpreting family 04:45 Modern Kin at opbmusic's Stagepass series 10:45 Sara Swink on Oregon Art Beat

Duration:00:14:41

July 5 2014 - StOW Segment 2: Kwame Dawes, Whitelandia, Porch Music

7/4/2014
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00:00 Quality time with poet and Professor Kwame Dawes. 06:05 A check-in on the documentary project Whitelandia 11:03 We catch some Porch Music with Third Angle Ensemble

Duration:00:14:28

July 5 2014 - StOW Segment 1: Chelsea Cain, Smith Henderson

7/4/2014
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Hope you don't mind us crashing your summer reading list, but we've got two hot ones for you. Chelsea Cain, who's publishing a new novel, One Kick, in August, schools us on surviving summer thrillers. And we hear from the author of one of the summer's breakout titles, Smith Henderson. His novel, Fourth of July Creek takes on difficult aspects of anti-government obsession, and violence against children. Henderson, who now works at Wieden+Kennedy, talks about an earlier stint in child...

Duration:00:21:50

June 28 2014 - StOW Segment 3

6/28/2014
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Gorgeous sounds from the Delines, a new project from Richmond Fontaine frontman Willy Vlautin. The band also includes RF drummer Sean Oldham, Jenny Conlee on keyboards, bass player Freddy Trujillo, Tucker Jackson on pedal steel, and the vocals of Austin singer Amy Boone. Watchf or the full session online in July, right over here: http://www.opb.org/opbmusic/

Duration:00:14:57

June 28, 2014 - StOW Segment 2

6/28/2014
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Tom Spanbauer's latest book, I Loved You More, is an unsparing story of entwining relationships between three lovers. Spanbuaer talked to OPB's Dave Miller about digging in to difficult, autobiographical material to write the book.

Duration:00:16:08