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Monthly Archives: August 2009

First Thursday August

Should I tell you that I wrote this once already and that the computer ate my homework? You can tell me that what doesn’t kill me makes me stronger. What are you doing First Thursday? Some suggestions. First up, two shows about touring. At Compound Gallery (107 NW 5th) is Survival Drive a photo and […]

Introducing The Hybrid Gallery: A Roving Project Space

What’s more natural than a partnering between Portland’s on-a-roll arts school, PNCA, and pioneering Portland green developer Gerding Edlen (responsible for the Gerding Theater at the Armory in more ways that one as you can tell from the name)? PNCA and Gerding Edlin are partnering on the brand new Hybrid Gallery: A Roving Project Space […]

Paul Middendorf of gallery HOMELAND on KBOO with Eva Lake


Big changes afoot here at ultra, not unlike travel through a wormhole. Expect an announcement in the next couple of days. Too bad I couldn’t rig this as a countdown clock. Nonetheless, it is an excellent clock by Ten, a Japanese graphic designer, for our friends at SHIFT. Check out all of the designs for […]

We Are Conduit DANCE Benefits

Dance needs space; space to rehearse, space to perform. And excellent site-based work aside, a great deal of innovative dance in Portland—from experienced choreographers and the young and hungry—happens at Conduit Dance (918 SW Yamhill Avenue, Suite 401) in the Pythian Building downtown. Here, audiences find performance, dancers find classes and space to dance, choreographers […]