Slideshow

Review: Finder Keeper

08/29/2009

phile under: dance

Fall.ART.Live

OBT’s free outdoor festival

08/28/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: team culturephile

Team Culturephile

introducing #1 intern

08/28/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: contemporary dance

Independent Shorts x 3

new work from choreographers Keely McIntyre, Katrina O’Brien and Lucy Yim

08/27/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: art

Last Thursday August

08/27/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: art review

Review: Jordan Tull’s Reflexion at Tractor

still time to see this slick sculpture installation

08/26/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: art

Word and Image/Word as Image

New print exhibition at Portland Art Museum

08/26/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: art links

Around the Way

arts on the internets

08/26/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: design

Design à Trois

AIGA three night design fest

08/25/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: art

Caring What the Critics Say

Considering criticism

08/25/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: talking art

Manor of Art at Milepost 5 at 5

conversation from the page to the real world

08/22/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: art party

East/West Berlin Fundraiser

supporting Portland artists exhibiting in Berlin!

08/21/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: art + institutions

It’s Official: PNCA+MoCC

Joint operations agreement is next step in integration

08/21/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: art sparked

Live Wire at Art Spark

Monthly arts and culture meet up

08/19/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: performance

Manor of Art New Performance Series

Two free evenings of new performance

08/19/2009 By Lisa Radon

phile under: art

Michelle Ramin + False Front on Art Focus

Eva Lake’s Art Focus on KBOO this AM

08/18/2009 By Lisa Radon

STAGE

The Shows to Know

These are the shows to see in Portland as the leaves begin to turn.

08/17/2009 With Addoley Dzegede, Kim Winternheimer, Victoria Nguyen, Laura Klairmont, and Keri Miller Edited by Bart Blasengame

Slideshow

Slide Show: The Pour

08/17/2009

Music

The Maestro

The kinetic conductor of the Oregon Symphony does things his own way, but the question remains if he can move the symphony forward.

08/17/2009 By Bill Donahue