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#SalemOR Fellowship of Reconciliation presents: “Salem Area Watersheds” – Sun. Oct. 22nd

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Wednesday Evening Film Series at Elsinore Theatre in #SalemOR: Nosferatu – Tonight! Oct. 18th

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Wednesday Evening Film Series:

Nosferatu

The 1922 silent German Expressionist horror film.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2017 | 7:00 PM
Historic Elsinore Theatre | 170 High St SE, Salem, OR

Starring Max Schreck as the vampire Count Orlok.

Rick Parks will accompany this film on the Mighty Wurlitzer organ.

Vampire Count Orlok expresses interest in a new residence and real estate agent Hutter’s wife.

 

Doors open at 6:15 PM.

 

Price is $6

 

Elsinore Theatre Events Page

CANCELED: History in the News at Willamette Heritage Center in #SalemOR

_nik9165Willamette Heritage Center has canceled this month’s HISTORY IN THE NEWS, scheduled for October 19, 2017.

But don’t worry, the November History in the News will still take place on November 16, 2016 at Willamette Heritage Center.

#SalemOR Progressive Film Series: “At the Fork” – Tues. Oct. 17th

AT THE FORK

Tuesday, October 17th

Grand Theatre | 191 High Street NE, Salem, Ore.

Filmmaker and omnivore John Papola, together with his vegetarian wife Lisa, offer up a timely and refreshingly unbiased look at how farm animals are raised for our consumption.

With unprecedented access to large-scale conventional farms, Papola asks the tough questions behind every hamburger, glass of milk and baby-back rib. What he discovers are not heartless industrialists, but America’s farmers — real people who, along with him, are grappling with the moral dimensions of farming animals for food.

copypasteimage-8Guest speaker: Kendra Kimbirauskas, CEO Socially Responsible Agricultural Project

Kendra grew up on a pasture-based dairy farm in the Midwest. After earning her degrees from Michigan State University, she became a community organizer for the Sierra Club, helping communities threatened by factory farms. Kendra’s community organizing work took her to rural communities in Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota before she moved to Oregon in 2003.

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Admission is $5Grand Theatre | 191 High Street NE, Salem, Ore.7 p.m. | Third Tuesday, Sept-May

Salem Progressive Film Series Page – more information, trailer, etc.

Lecture: “Invisible Structures” with Damien Gilley at Willamette U. in #SalemOR – Thurs, Oct. 19th

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With Artist and Crow’s Shadow Resident Damien Gilley

October 19, 2017 | 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Willamette University Campus – Law School

Artist and Crow’s Shadow Resident Damien Gilley (b. 1977, Westlake, California) is an artist and educator working in Portland, Oregon.

Gilley will talk about his residency at Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts as well as his work and the relationship it creates between site, architecture, and perception. Looking at contemporary vision technologies as influence the talk will contemplate the means of production of contemporay images in an age of augmentation. The artist will discuss how digital and physical visuality interact in his practice and how those interfaces translate into material choices and
production approaches.

Gilley’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally with exhibitions at venues including the Sharjah Art Museum (United Arab Emirates), Tetem Kunstruimte (Enschede, Netherlands), Dam Stuhltrager (Berlin, DE), MARC (Kivik, Sweden), Suyama Space (Seattle), The Belfry (Hornell, NY), Las Vegas Art Museum, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art (Omaha, NE), Arthouse (Austin), and in Portland at Linfield College, Wieden+Kennedy, the American Institute of Architects, the Pacific Northwest College of Art, and the Portland 2010 Biennial, among others.

This lecture is offered in conjunction with the “Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts at 25” exhibition taking place in the Melvin Henderson-Rubio Gallery at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University.

Free and open to the public

Willamette University Events Page

Location Information:
Willamette University Campus – Law School
245 Winter Street SE
Salem 97301
Phone: 503-370-6380
Room: 201 — Paulus Lecture Hall

Contact Information:
Name: Hallie Ford Museum of Art
Phone: 503-370-6855
Email: museum-art@willamette.edu

Event Sponsor(s):
Cosponsored by the Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University and the Salem Public Art Commission.

Movie: Warren Miller’s “Line of Descent” at Historic Elsinore Theatre in #SalemOR – Sun. Oct. 15th

Warren Miller’s Line of Descent

Sunday, October 15, 2017 | 7:00PM

Historic Elsinore Theatre, Salem

Travel the globe, by land, air, and sea, exploring the ties that bind us. Visit skiing icons who have made the mountains their home and raised the next generation of winter adventurers. Go from New Zealand, home to some of the Southern Hemisphere’s deepest lines, to the French Alps, where native son Jean Claude Killy’s legacy fills Val-D’Isere hearts with pride.

In Norway, a Canadian ski patroller enjoys the company of his Norwegian brethren, and in British Columbia, the Provo brothers discover the powsurfing stashes of Mustang Powder Lodge. Cruise through the Northern Rockies with Kalen Thorien by motorcycle and rip the rugged terrain of Jackson Hole with legends like Tommy Moe and Jess McMillan.

For 68 years, ski families have cheered on the official kickoff to winter with the ski film company that started it all and this year is no different. As the family grows, the traditions grow richer in Volkswagen presents Warren Miller’s Line of Descent. Deeper and fresher than ever.

Elsinore Theatre Events Page

Learn more at warrenmiller.com.

DOORS OPEN AT 6:00 PM

$18 | $15 EACH FOR GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE

BUY TICKETS

Historic Elsinore Theatre
170 HIGH ST SE
SALEM, OR 97301 USA
503-375-3574

Play: An Inspector Calls – Closes Saturday at Willamette U. In #SalemOR

An Inspector Calls

A play by John Boyington Priestley

Directed by Christopher L. Harris

Willamette University | Lee Pelton Theatre | Map – #34

I have seen this play and thought it was excellent: Very well done, thought provoking, and unfortunately perennial. Don’t miss it!

But hurry! Don’t miss this production that audiences are calling “A terrific play for our troubled times,” “extraordinary,” and “powerful stuff.”

Buy Tickets Here