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Monthly Archives: May 2010

Rob Halverson: COOL ART

“What if…there was a gallery that barely existed?” This is the question that inspired COOL ART. Because artist and curator Rob Halverson’s follow up question was, “What if you only have the ability to produce the announcement for the show? What if the announcement was the show?” COOL ART is an art publisher whose first […]

Re: Rewind. Drain Launch at Templeton

Re: Rewind is a party to launch the latest issue of Drain—Journal of Contemporary Art and Culture this Saturday, May 29 7-10 PM at Disjecta’s Templeton Building (230 E Burnside, entrance 5 SE 3rd, under the Burnside Bridge). There will be a video performance by Reza Safavi and Drain #11 explores the notion of the […]

Appendix and Little Field Openings

Appendix Project Space (in the south alley between 26th and 27th avenues off NE Alberta) welcomes it newest member, Travis Fitzgerald with an exhibition opening this Thursday, May 27 from -10 PM. A painter, Fitzgerald has worked with “the collective identity of grouped characters and a trajectory of design through the 20th century,” and has […]

Deep Leap Microcinema: The Internet is a Terrible Place to Live

Years ago we sang a song, “friendster, facebook and myspace / get off the net and over to my place / gotta get over your e-mail attachment.” Deep Leap Microcinema presents The Internet is a Terrible Place to Live tonight, Tuesday May 25 at 8:30 at Grand Detour (250 SE Morrison Ste 2020) Irving Bleak, […]

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A couple of artist/curator’s and a writer answer MFA student’s Big Questions about art and the art world (warning, it’s a PDF). Kristan Kennedy, MaCk MCfarland, and Camela Raymond engage in an email back and forth that becomes the catalog essay for the PSU MFA exhibition, GROWN UPS. Indispensible qualities of art, what’s up with […]