The Portland Biennial is on fire.
Oregon photographer Blake Andrews captures the fleeting rush of childhood in a new exhibit at Blue Sky.
Turn-of-the-century advertisements get new life.
The Pacific Northwest has a strong presence in the traveling show, on at the Portland Art Museum.
And it’s got us seeing orange.
It’s not as creepy as you might think.
DESIGN WEEK 2016
In Futurelandia, 20 local artists imagine Portland a century from now.
Pete Brook’s Prison Obscura turns a lens on incarceration in America.
From neutered dogs to ghastly new apartment buildings to melting glaciers, Next Level Fucked Up chronicles the ways humans screw with the world.
Then this Saturday's Edit-a-Thon, calling on Portlanders to join in a "communal updating" of the online encyclopedia's entries on subjects related to art and feminism, is for you.
Whether the picture was worth taking in the first place is still up to you.
Bill Maher hits the Schnitz, Grace Potter plays the Roseland, and the Symphony does a live-score Star Trek. Plus: vice-riddled tales of Portland and the Contemporary Northwest Art Awards. It's the weekend—seize it.
Ramona DeNies, Rebecca Jacobson, and Alex Keith
Berger’s Adams and Ollman show tells a simple story, through elemental objects placed in a landscape of his own creation.
David Cross and Karen Russell, Sabertooth Microfest and awesome openings at PAM and Portland Playhouse. Plus! Check out those nighttime winter lights overhead at OMSI.
Ramona DeNies, Jack Rushall, and Sylvia Randall-Muñoz
ART AND CRAFT
The oldest continuously running craft institution in the United States is on the move, finding a new home in the Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design.
Lewis & Clark’s Hoffman Gallery presents Intersecciones, a reimagining of Cuba’s relationship with the United States through the mixed-media lens of six of the island’s young artists.
Is the arts an election issue? Portland's mayoral and City Council candidates showed their cards on culture at a packed debate on Tuesday.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra brings home the Multi-Love, the hilarious Hari Kondabolu calls us names, Mavis Staples hits the screen, and mochi gets made at PSU. Go crazy, Portland.
Long before the masses shared their cat photos on Facebook, aristocrats commissioned oil paintings.
Lily Tomlin live! Plus Andy Kindler, Gregory Alan Isakov, the heavy-hitting Nareh Arghamanyan, NW Film's Reel Music, Broadway's Book of Mormon, and openings at Milagro and CoHo.
Ramona DeNies and Sylvia Randall-Muñoz