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Wednesday, October 26, 2016


30 Years

11:00 AM FREE Russo-Lee Gallery

Thirty years is a long time—maybe even longer in gallery years. But that’s how long Laura Russo Gallery has served the region’s artists and art audiences in ...

Andy Warhol: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation

10:00 PM FREE–$19.99 Portland Art Museum

From the iconic (think Campbell’s tomato soup can and neon-hued Marilyn Monroe) to more obscure early works, this wide-ranging showcase of about 250 images i...

Corita Kent: Spiritual Pop

10:00 AM FREE–$19.99 Portland Art Museum

Countercultural expression doesn’t normally come out of the convent, but Kent was an unconventional nun, as evidenced in this career-spanning collection of s...


10:00 AM Free for members and children 17 and under; $16.99–$19.99 for nonmembers Portland Art Museum

Josh Kline’s multipart installation, hailed by the New Yorker as “galvanic,” takes on corporate greed and the erosion of civil rights via riot gear–clad Tele...

On Democracy

10:00 AM FREE Newspace Center for Photography

“What does democracy look like in 2016?” That’s the question to which photographers—from across genres and formats—have responded for this open-call group sh...

Photography and Contemporary Experience

10:00 AM FREE–$19.99 Portland Art Museum

From Penelope Umbrico’s iPhone-processed nature shots to Richard Mosse’s hot-pink-hued images of war, this show draws together a wide range of modern photogr...

Books & Talks

National Geographic Live: A Photographer’s Life of Love and War

7:30 PM $35–$55 Newmark Theatre

Pulitzer-winning photojournalist Lynsey Addario has documented Syrian refugees in the Middle East, the aftermath of rape in the Democratic Republic of the Co...


American Hero

7:30 PM $50 Artists Repertory Theatre

In the Northwest premiere of Bess Wohl's comedy, a miserable squad of "sandwich artists" labor to locate their absent overseer. In spite of it all, this unli...

Hold These Truths

12:00 PM and 7:30 PM $25–$55 Portland Center Stage

In the early 1940s, a Japanese American college student in Seattle named Gordon Hirabayashi fought back against the unconstitutionality of mass internment—he...

How I Learned What I Learned

Editor’s Pick 7:30 PM $5–$32 Portland Playhouse

Since 2010, Portland Playhouse has produced six works by landmark black playwright August Wilson, who died in 2005. Now it's landed the rights to his autobio...

The How and the Why

7:30 PM and 7:30 PM $22.50–$28 CoHo Theatre

Too many topics go unexplored on American stages. Such as: menstruation. House of Cards writer Sarah Treem puts it at the center of her 2011 play, which find...