Written by Matt Stanger, Bikini Creature Beach Feature is happening at Bossanova Ballroom with a live soundtrack from The Lordy Lords and our favorites Guantanamo Baywatch. They’re going to be be serving up straight summer – scratch that – straight BEACH VACATION here tonight. Tonight and all weekend.
The Waypost plays all kinds of good movies at their movie nights (every Thursday night), but in my opinion tonight’s is especially good: the ENTIRE season of Fishing with John! If your not convinced just give this a peep: The Entire Season of Fishing w/ John March 31st, 2011 The Waypost 3120 N Williams Ave [...]
Andrea Bowers reminds us that there are many ways to be a political activist. Through photorealistic drawings, videos and performances, she discusses nonviolent protest and civil disobedience in the lives of women.
This is going to be a serious eyeful. LAX/PDX will feature over 50 artists including an installation from Dabs Myla in our favorite Together Gallery. The show is co-created and curated by ThinkSpace Gallery in Los Angeles. The walls will be filled with treats, beers will be passed out, and Orca Team and Future Twin will be playing jams – it’s sure to be a good time.
In Goat Run Sycamore Portland photographer Raymond Meeks shares recent work of photographs he made along Goat Run Honey Fork Road in Logan, Ohio during summer, 2010. Reflecting on the nature of this place, Meeks writes, “The road is like a religion I’ve returned to even as I’d sworn away any devotion to a prosaic, unbroken landscape and uninspired sky.”
Twenty Seven Installations , part of The Dill Pickle Club and Publication Studios’ PDX RE-Print project, will be held at YU and chronicles the history of Portland Center for Visual Arts (PCVA), Portland’s first contemporary art center. From 1972-1988, PCVA provided a space for non-commercial installation-based exhibitions by nationally acclaimed artists Richard Serra, Vito Acconci, Alice Aycock and many more. Guests presenters at this event include former PCVA Director Mary Beebe, Mel Katz, Tad Savinar, Paul Sutinen and arts writer Lisa Radon.