Perennial metal art by Aaron Hussey


If the whole world is a stage, then Mt. Hood Territory is one of the best venues you could hope to play. The Lakewood Center for the Arts boasts some of the best performers in the Pacific Northwest in an expansive schedule of plays and musicals each year, where you can also find some gorgeous works in their rotating art displays. The Clackamas Repertory Theatre is a great place to spend an evening, as they have the reputation of putting on critically acclaimed shows. If you head to Boring, you'll find the Nutz-n-Boltz theater company, proving that great performances can happen in even the smallest of communities.  

Art galleries throughout The Territory showcase some of Oregon’s best local artists and visiting talent. Take in an assortment of creative works at The Spiral Gallery artists' cooperative in Estacada or meander through one of the Three Rivers Artist Guild galleries in Oregon City. Find beautiful works from local, regional and national artists or create your own at Art-O-Maddic in Canby. 

Music festivals take things to the next level in Happy Valley. Pickathon is a three-day folk and bluegrass festival in the middle of an 80-acre farm. Sustainability is key; Pickathon was the first large outdoor music festival in the U.S. to eliminate single-use plates, cups and utensils. Check our Events Page for upcoming theater, music and art events.

Lake Oswego's Gallery Without Walls
All of Lake Oswego serves as an art exhibition with the Gallery Without Walls....
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Statue of kids at play in Lake Oswego's Gallery Without Walls
Take To The Theater In Mt. Hood Territory
I love a good dinner and a movie date night, but it's also nice to mix things up and catch a live show! The theater scene in Mt. Hood Territory is really taking off, and the offerings are so diverse,...
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Estacada's Artback Murals Let Visitors Explore The Heritage Of A Community
The city of Estacada is a historic town, having been incorporated way back in 1905. It was around even before that, as workers building the hydroelectric dam on the nearby Clackamas River camped here....
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The colorful Tree of Life mural painted on one of Estacada's downtown building walls features exotic birds and animals.
The Story Behind - Andrew Edwards & The Lakewood Center For The Arts
For this episode of Territory Tales we met with Andrew Edwards, Executive Director of the Lakewood Theatre Company and the Lakewood Center for the Arts, and were charmed by his artistic spirit....
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Andrew Edwards Executive Director Lakewood Theatre Co
Outdoor Art Draws Visitors To Mt. Hood Territory
Lake Oswego's Gallery Without Walls is an ever-growing walking tour of the city, featuring sculptures from local artists strategically placed throughout town in partnership with community members,...
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Coupe taking a selfie in front of Esatacada mural
Experience Creative Beauty As The Arts Are On Display In Mt. Hood Territory
While outdoor recreation is a huge draw for Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory, many people come here to take in the cultural tourism assets that make The Territory such a unique destination. The story of Or...
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Gallery Without Walls artwork in Lake Oswego
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