Erick Camargo is a Salem based artist who, under his streetwear and design brand Cuatro Plantas, has hosted and organized a series of free pop-up events in Salem.
Artists Gail Owens, Jackie McIntyre and Hsin-Yi Huang gathered in the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery on Nov. 6 to talk about their art and what inspired them in their series Animal, Vegetable, Mineral. The art installation had a collection of sculptures, paintings and prints, all
I didn’t tell many people. How could I? I had done some absurd things traveling before, but this was an entirely different level of extreme. Less than a week before I was set to depart, I decided that I would walk from Prague to Vienna
On Oct. 5, I had an evening meal at a restaurant called the India Palace in downtown Salem.
In downtown Salem, Capitol City Theater gives local entertainers the chance to perform routines before a live audience every week.
Jessica Howard, Chemeketa’s newly selected president, celebrated her three-month anniversary at the college by discussing her long term goals with the Courier.
Filled with students and music, the Student Center came to life on Wednesday, Nov. 6, to celebrate Chemeketa’s Día de Los Muertos event. Linda Ringo-Reyna, the Multicultural Student Services Coordinator, has been holding this event for 14 years, 12 of which Mexican visual artist and
Danielle Baca is in the business of helping people take a lifelong plunge. Baca is the sole owner and artist at My Living Canvas, a tattoo parlor tucked away in Pringle Plaza downtown Salem. Once a month, she holds $30 mini tattoo events. “I established
Kelly Long is a woman who owns and runs her own business. She has been leading her company, Long Brothers Building Supply, since 2004 alongside her cousin.
Jessica Mehta, a poet and author from Oregon, recently came to Chemeketa to share her work with the community.