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Sunday, November 18, 2018


Ty Ennis (2018)

12:00 PM FREE Nationale

For his third solo exhibition at Nationale, The Marble Fountain, the Portland artist reflects on nostalgia and aging via mostly black-and-white paintings, ch...

Poetic Imagination in Japanese Art

$20 Portland Art Museum

Curated by PAM's Maribeth Graybill, this exhibit showcases Japanese poetry and the visual form it's taken throughout the centuries. Expect to see a rare frag...

In Transit

FREE Blue Sky Gallery

Curated by Peggy Sue Amison, In Transit explores the challenges of identity and citizenship through the lens of mass migration. The exhibit reflects on both ...


FREE Ori Gallery

Curated by Ori co-founder Maya Vivas and featuring artists April Felipe, Habiba El-Sayed and Natalia Arbelaez, Inheritance uses ceramics to explore ideas of ...

Modern American Realism

$17–20 Portland Art Museum

See the arc of the century and modern realist representations of a changing America in this wide-ranging exhibit—think Isabel Bishop, Paul Cadmus, Edward Hop...

Books & Talks

Peter Walker

7:30 PM FREE Powell's City of Books

On January 2, 2016, armed militants led by Ammon Bundy took over southeastern Oregon's Malheur National Wildlife Refuge for 41 days, attempting to seize cont...


Cat Power

8:00 PM $32.50–45 Roseland Theater

Known for her concise, vulnerable lyrics and erratic live performances, Cat Powers (given name: Chan Marshall) comes to the Roseland with her newest album, W...



$15–30 Chapel Theatre

The 2001 Pulitzer-winning story of sibling rivalry by Suzan-Lori Parks makes its way to Milwaukie’s new Chapel Theatre. Brothers Lincoln and Booth (dark humo...