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Local Pulse — Central Oregon News

January 24, 2024

BendFilm to host annual IndieWomen Appreciation Screening

BendFilm’s IndieWomen presents a special screening of “My King,” directed by French filmmaker and actress Maïwenn, on January 30 at the Tin Pan Theater. Members of IndieWomen attend for free, and $10 tickets are available to the public. The IndieWomen initiative is dedicated to uplifting and empowering diverse female voices in the filmmaking industry, with IndieWomen Memberships contributing to BendFilm’s annual IndieWomen of the Year Award. Click here to visit the BendFilm website for more information.

January 18, 2024

Funky Fauna Artisan Ales Set to Open a Location in Bend

Funky Fauna Artisan Ales, recognized for its innovative, wild-inspired brewing, will open a Bend taproom in the coming months. Named The Doom Lounge, this new venture will be housed within The Pantry on Newport Avenue. Additional onsite offerings include sweet treats from Grey Duck Ice Cream, vegan fare from A Broken Angel food cart, and the distinctive offerings from Funky Fauna Artisan Ales, founded in Sisters. Click here to learn more about Funky Fauna Beer.

January 11, 2024

Scalehouse Gallery Welcomes New Artists in Residence

Scalehouse Gallery welcomes new Artists in Residence, Allie Blanchard and Bergen Bock. Blanchard, based in Oregon, explores mental health and portraiture through drawing and painting, while Bock, influenced by folk and street art, brings vibrant hues and emotional movements to their work. Dedicated to co-founder Patricia Clark’s memory, the Patricia Clark Studio offers a creative space next to Scalehouse Gallery, connecting audiences to diverse perspectives with free six-month residencies for selected artists. Click here to visit the Scalehouse website for more information.


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