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Art, abracadabra and music — what added can you ask for in life? Or, in this case, from a weekend in and about the Emerald City? Here’s a account of CAFE 541’s admired five. All are accessible at your fingertips, forth with the absolute account of accessible breadth contest at registerguard.com/calendar.
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The Maude Kerns Art Center presents “despondent,” a accumulation appearance featuring the assignment of Judith Hochman, Kumja Lee, M.V. Moran, Alanna Risse, Rhonda Vanover and Amanda Martin Wilcox.
Through their affiliation with the Pacific Northwest, anniversary of these six artists approaches the accountable of blue from altered perspectives, cogent their accurate visions in cilia installations, alloyed media prints, photograms and awe-inspiring oil canvases.
“despondent” is on appearance now from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and from apex to 4 p.m. Saturdays through March 20 at the Maude Kerns Art Center, 1910 E. 15th Ave. In addition, a “despondent” artist’s allocution will run from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. March 14. $3 appropriate donation; 541-345-1571 or www.mkartcenter.org.
“At the Illusionist’s Table”
Under ablaze candles and over accomplished dining and hand-chosen whiskey, chat will breeze amid archimage Scott Silven’s acutely absurd acts of apparition and mentalism. Over the advance of an evening, mysteries will break as participants become allotment of a adventure that will affect the present and affect the future.
“At the Illusionist’s Table” runs at assorted black times Thursday through Sunday at the Hult Center for the Assuming Arts, Seventh Avenue and Willamette Street. Tickets $250 to $290; 541-682-5000 or www.hultcenter.org.
Thursday night, Xcape Ball Company will launch, “LOVE!,” its ninth anniversary assembly all about the analytical affect that keeps altruism going. In “LOVE!,” Xcape will use movement to analyze what it agency to abatement in love, to abatement out of love, to adulation love, to abhorrence adulation and how we accumulate accomplishing it all over again. Through absolute activity adulation stories, in concert with multimedia elements to its affected presentation, Xcape has alloyed an burghal ball appearance that highlights love’s enchantment.
Xcape Ball Company will present “LOVE!” at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 27 on the Sessions Music Hall stage, 44 E. Seventh Ave. $15; 541-345-4434 or https://www.facebook.com/pg/xcapedance/events/?ref=page_internal
Conflicts with Caribou
Friday night, folk accumulation Conflicts with Caribou strolls bottomward to the Axe & Dabble in Cottage Grove.
The Eugene quartet plays an another folk rock, accepted fun sonic roots with guitar, mandolin, dabble and actor bass abounding calm to braid rootsy tunes.
Conflicts with Caribou activate their ruminant quarrels at 8:30 p.m. Feb. 28 at the Axe & Fiddle, 657 Main St., Cottage Grove. $5; 541-942-5942 or axeandfiddle.com. Learn added and listen: www.facebook.com/pg/Conflictswithcaribou.
“My Name Is Barbra — The authoritative of a Funny Girl, 1960-68”
This Saturday and Sunday, The Shedd will authority its additional Barbra Streisand accolade appearance by Shirley Andress, “My Name Is Barbra — The authoritative of a Funny Girl, 1960-68.”
“My Name is Barbra” builds aloft Andress’ 2019 cabaret show, “Bon Soir,” continuing the adventure of a 17-year-old girl’s adventure to stardom. This weekend, Andress will trace Streisand’s adventure through the New York City club arena to superstardom, assuming playlists from club gigs, television appearances, concerts and Broadway shows.
The blind will lift on “My Name is Barbra” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Jaqua Concert Hall of The Shedd Institute, 868 High St. $20 to $32 with discounts and appearance commons available; 541-687-6526 or theshedd.org.