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Thumbnail for - Contour
Nov 30, 2009
phile under: video art
Busy night tonight. CONTOUR is a one-night show of video art curated by Modou Dieng with work by Hannah Piper Burns, Rose Bond, Linda Kliewer, David Eckard, Jeff Jahn, Damien Gilley, Sean Joseph...
Thumbnail for - Side Tangled
Nov 30, 2009
phile: art
H/D+Projects are performances or short-term installations at Half/Dozen Gallery (625 NW Everett, #111). Tonight, Monday, November 30 from 7-10 PM, it’s gallery director Tim Mahan’s turn with his...
Thumbnail for - Review: Arnold Kemp’s This Quiet Dust, Ladies and Gentlemen
Nov 27, 2009
phile under: art
Perhaps it is too late to tell you this as the show comes down tomorrow, but This Quiet Dust, Ladies and Gentlemen at PDX Contemporary is not the last we’ll see of Arnold Kemp, who’s recently...
Thumbnail for - Review: Antler Necklace at Half/Dozen
Nov 27, 2009
phile under: art
One knew going in, with a title like Antler Necklace, that this show at Half/Dozen Gallery was either going to be a hipster gift shop or critique of same. Fortunately, it’s a subtle exploration...
Thumbnail for - Review: Black Star
Nov 25, 2009
Baby, you’re a star. Being a modern star means in part the making of a public image, or in actuality co-creating that image with image-makers and media. It is this construction of public self or...
Thumbnail for - Slide Show: Two for the Show
Nov 24, 2009
Incight and DePaul Industries held their first joint fundraising event, the Country Harvest Celebration, on Tuesday, October 27, at the Oregon Convention Center, and netted a record-breaking...
Thumbnail for - Big Acts on the Small Stage
Nov 23, 2009
phile under: theater
Something really good is happening on stage at Portland Playhouse Theater. Bingo with the Indians opened there on Saturday night. The play was written by Pulitzer Prize finalist Adam Rapp and...
Thumbnail for - Slide Show: Monica Beemer
Nov 23, 2009
It was 2001, and the troubled organization—an advocacy group for the homeless that runs a café serving low-cost nutritional meals—was losing $100,000 each year. To save Sisters, Beemer spent hours...
Thumbnail for - Slide Show: Matt Morton
Nov 23, 2009
Only 34 percent of Native American students in Portland Public Schools graduate within four years. It’s a number that Matt Morton—board chair for the Native American Youth and Family Center, or...
Thumbnail for - Slide Show: Kreeg Peeples
Nov 23, 2009
Kreeg Peeples is ashamed to admit that years ago, when his son was collecting canned food for needy families, he wondered why the recipients didn’t just go get a job. “I didn’t understand then that...
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