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Monthly Archives: January 2008

Here Be Dragons: Alaska

Argentine choreographer Diana Szeinblum’s new work Alaska is a raw and unapologetic piece of dance-theater that simultaneously inspires mystery, hope and a worrisome sense of helplessness (think of the voyeuristic discomfort of seeing Gena Rowlands’ unraveling in Cassavetes’ A Woman Under the Influence). “Gloriously alive,”

Noted: Trend Panel at OFFICE

notes on the Trends panel discussion at OFFICE PDX with panelists from Twenty Four Seven, Converse, Umpqua Bank, and ultra!

Tilt Gallery is TWO

Q & A with Tilt Gallery and Project Space directors Jenene Nagy and Josh Smith on the eve of the two-year anniversary of one of the most consistently interesting galleries in Portland and the wondertwins behind it

Lovely Petaluma: Storm Tharp and Elizabeth Taylor

Lovely Petaluma is small A projects’ (1430 SE Third) screening series at the gallery. Tonight at 7 PM, installment no. 2 of the series finds Portland-based artist (and critical favorite) Storm Tharp presenting a program of excerpts from Boom, Suddenly Last Summer, and A Place in the Sun and discusses “what a crazed and unsubtle […]

First Word: Design*Sponge in PDX

The daily design website, Design*Sponge is coming to Portland, hotbed as it is of design micro-businesses. Design*Sponge editor, Grace Bonney, is doing a national series of events for women running design-based businesses and she brings it to Design Within Reach (1200 NW Everett) in Portland February 26 [date corrected!] from 7-9 PM. The Design*Sponge Biz […]