Listed below are upcoming shows, staged readings, classes, community partnership events, and more.
All times Pacific unless otherwise noted.
Go here to view recordings of virtual offerings and events that have already taken place.
Portland Center Stage will host Meet Me At The Center, a two-part art installation by Portland-based visual artist Maria TD Inocencio. The mixed media collage uses images from nature to represent our city's residents and the ways that their lives intersect.
Portland Center Stage will host IT IS STILL OUR TIME, an art exhibit by Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Latoya Lovely that draws upon the intersections of "the magic of being a Black woman" and her lived experience as a working mother and artist The exhibit is on display to view daily now through March 2, 2024.
Portland Center Stage will host More Than February, an art exhibit by Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Ronin Roc, featuring icons of Black history to honor, reshape, and reclaim the legacy and stories that get passed down from one generation to the next.
Join us for a variety of Black History Month workshops and sessions curated by The Crystal Ball founder CC Barber. This event will feature local yoga studios, art therapists, sound healers, spiritual and money mindset coaches, dance studios, breathwork experts, somatic massage, meditation guides, energy alchemists, and more.
Portland Center Stage is committed to identifying & interrupting instances of racism & all forms of oppression, through the principles of inclusion, diversity, equity, & accessibility (IDEA).