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Monthly Archives: June 2007

Alison Owen at Tilt

We couldn’t help but get into a conversation about Robert Irwin’s notion of site-determined vs. site specific at Tilt Gallery and Project Space. Rather than saying I will make a piece just for this space and call it site-specific, Irwin went into a space and let the space suggest the piece, hence site-determined. (Our conversation, […]

Welcome Rererato

Can’t tell you what it means, but Rererato (5315 NE 42nd) is Portland’s newest art space in a former Hare Krishna Temple. Didn’t take more than a minute for New Jersey transplants Adam Keller and Stephanie Simek to fire up their live-in workspace with their first group show “Welcome into the Fold” with work by […]

Art Portland

Did anyone else notice that last First Thursday (and First Friday too) was wall-to-wall? Good that good weather brings the art-lover out in Portlanders, but crowds do not make for optimum art viewing. So here’s a little checklist of what’s worth your time in the waning days of June. On 82nd you can already buy […]

Sneaky

Portland designers, artists, and photographers represent. Format is looking for submissions of wallpapers in any media that relate to sneaker culture and if you make and they like, you could win a limited edition package from Solebox X Puma. The deadline for submissions is June 31, 2007. Check out the details here or submit your […]

Creating A Killer Portfolio at OFFICE

Kelly Coller at OFFICE (2204 NE Alberta) has put together an incredible panel for Creating A Killer Portfolio (call it Return of the Killer Portfolio…she’s done this event before for a SRO crowd and will do it again in October). Want to know what it takes to get noticed and get design work with some […]