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Japanese Garden Moon & More

The Behind the Shoji art show and sale is a summertime rite of passage.

  • By Kristin Belz
  • Published 08/02/2013


Portland's International Mural Festival

Forest for the Trees will turn global street artists loose on the city's blank spaces.

  • By Sam Coggeshall
  • Published 08/01/2013


Top Things To Do This Weekend: July 18–21

Just about every music festival and artist you want to see is performing this weekend. Take a look at our picks to figure out your sonic and outdoors schedule.

  • By Claire Gordon and Portland Monthly Staff
  • Published 07/18/2013


First Thursday/Wednesday: July Picks

First Thursday moves to Wednesday this week (due to 4th of July) for a patriotic explosion of fine art.

  • By Claire Gordon and Portland Monthly Staff
  • Published 07/02/2013


MOCC's Object Focus: The Bowl

The Museum of Contemporary Craft’s enjoyable exhibition focuses on the humble, everyday object.

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 07/01/2013


Review: ‘Cyclepedia,’ ‘Man/Woman,’ and a Thousand Naked Cyclists

In a poetic partnership, the museum welcomed the jubilantly unclothed hordes for the opening weekend of its summer exhibitions.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 06/11/2013


PICA Symposium: 'How Do You Mean? Culture in Translation'

The interdisciplinary weekend includes performance, dinner, and dialogue connecting the artistic process to the daily interpretation of ourselves. June 6–9

  • By Sam Coggeshall
  • Published 06/06/2013


The Wild Delves into Portland Tech and Culture

The two-week fest brings together events by Portland's artists, designers, and maker-types to celebrate our city's awesomeness.

  • By Sam Coggeshall
  • Published 05/13/2013


Disjecta Announces the Portland2014 Biennial Curator

Disjecta names its first out-of-town curator for the Portland Biennial: Amanda Hunt. Meet her and the new curator-in-residence on May 18.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 05/07/2013


First Thursday: May Picks

Portraits of noble chickens, family monsters, rural fundamentalists, and ceramic clowns draw you out for a gloriously sunny First Thursday.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 05/02/2013


Review: Chris Fraser's "In Passing" at Disjecta

Fraser's light installation is a interactive playground of color and shadow that's sheer joy for all ages. See it before it closes Sunday.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 03/06/2013


Spring Arts Guide 2013 and Ticket Giveaway

The season’s top 25 arts events and a chance to win tickets to MarchFourth, Portland Center Stage, Oregon Ballet, Portland Opera, and the Portland Art Museum.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 02/25/2013


Slide Show: Lead Pencil Studio

Designers Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo are responsible for the sculpture at the east end of the Hawthorne bridge—and much more!

  • Published 02/15/2013


Public Art & Debate

A look at Portland's newest public art project, Lead Pencil Studio's Inversion: Plus Minus, now rising in the Central Eastside.

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 02/15/2013


Spring Arts Guide 2013

A fun-filled guide to the season's 25 most exciting shows with hosts MarchFourth Marching Band.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 02/15/2013


Gallery Review: Lumber Room

Collector Sarah Miller Meigs combines guts and good eyes in her exhibition Terrain Shift.

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 12/17/2012


2013 Contemporary Northwest Art Awards Announced

Today, the Portland Art Museum announced the six artists selected for the Contemporary Northwest Art Awards exhibition to open in September 2013.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 11/13/2012

Visual Arts

Review: Lumber Room's Terrain Shift

Collector Sarah Meigs curates her first exhibition—photography spanning the globe—with a freedom and reach unmatched elsewhere in town. Thru Feb. 2

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 11/12/2012


What Next at Pruitt-Igoe?

The famously imploded housing towers in St. Louis have been gone for 40 years now; what is the future for the site?

  • By Kristin Belz
  • Published 11/11/2012

November Gallery Grazing

Where to Go this First Thursday

Historical self-portraits in drag, crystalline celestial explosions, and 200 pounds of hair all invite you to get out for the monthly gallery hop. Plus, Game of Thrones!

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 11/01/2012
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