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Wednesday, June 19, 2019


The Artistic and Eclectic Will Martin: Selected Works, 1957-1985

10:00 AM $7 Architectural Heritage Center

Architect Will Martin, who died in 1985, might be best known as the lead designer of Pioneer Courthouse Square. But he was more than just the mastermind of P...

Associated American Artists: Prints for the People

10:00 AM $17–20 Portland Art Museum

After the Great Depression, an organization called the Associated American Artists formed to make affordable art prints more accessible across the US, with o...

This Place

11:00 AM FREE Waterstone Gallery

Waterstone Gallery’s June exhibition features the work of two artists. The featured artist is painter Shawn Demarest, who brings a touch of magical realism t...

Something Nameless

12:00 AM FREE Wolff Gallery

A new citywide installation from artist Alyson Provax promises to spice up your morning commute through the month of June. Provax’s temporary project display...

Paris 1900

Editor’s Pick 10:00 AM $17–20 Portland Art Museum

It’s a Parisian time-travel vacay at the Portland Art Museum, with a sweeping exhibit that luxuriates in the opulence of the Belle Époque via paintings (incl...

Barry Johnson

11:00 AM FREE Russo Lee Gallery

The Seattle-based, self-taught artist makes use of a wide range of forms—from painting to sculpture to photography—as a means of exploring race, identity, an...


27th Portland Jewish Film Festival

7:00 PM $8–10 per screening Whitsell Auditorium

The NW Film Center's annual festival, co-presented with the Institute for Judaic Studies, is back with 13 films released between 2017 and 2019. Titles range ...


Into the Woods

7:30 PM $20–48 Broadway Rose New Stage Theatre

The Stephen Sondheim-scored, fairy tale-inspired classic comes to Portland (well, Tigard) via Broadway Rose Theatre Company. “Into the woods / but not too fa...

SoLow Fest

7:30 PM Some events free, others priced on a sliding scale Multiple locations; visit for details

The Philadelphia-forged theater festival makes its way to Portland, with venues ranging from a swamp in Forest Park to a living room on Southeast Belmont. Th...