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Monthly Archives: February 2006

Ten Tinier

It’s coming…the tenth performance of Ten Tiny Dances. Mike Barber’s now legendary dance series invites ten choreographers to create quarter-hour performances on a 4′ x 4′ foot stage. Over time this has resulted in not only some of the most interesting and inventive dance-making in Portland, but the introduction of various sub-vectors of the dance […]

13% More Famous Than You Already Are

The Gentleman’s Gentleman with his latest production. Was that the brilliant instigator KMikeyM, aka Mike Merrill on the cover of the Oregonian‘s Living section? When last we caught up with the something-up-my-sleeve impresario, he was asking ultra to judge a mustache growing contest. This time around, Mr. Merrill–whose website accurately labels him the gentleman’s gentleman–and […]

Remind: Josh Mannis at Small A

Quick reminder that Josh Mannis’ solo exhibition, Iron Eagle is up now at Laurel Gitlen’s Small A Projects (1430 SE Third Avenue).

20 Centimeters At PIFF

Is that Rossy De Palma on the right in Anna Piaggi makeup? She’s just one reason to see Ramón Salazar’s film, 20 Centimeters, at the NW Film Center’s 29th Annual Portland International Film Festival. It’s a “bittersweet musical comedy” (yes!) in which the hero(in) Adolfo, who lives his life as Marieta, is trying to save […]

Welcome to the Party

A new web-based publication for the visual arts of the Left Coast, North Division Debuting this month, the Visual Codec will cover the vis arts in the cities of Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver, B.C. with the admirable goal of strengthening ties and fostering interaction among them. They get our vote for their name, codec being […]