What To Do
The annual event is more dispersed, masked, and distanced, but still aglow.
The city pays tribute to the late, beloved Glenda Goldwater, who died this month.
Eden Dawn and Fiona McCann
The 22-year-old nonprofit supports artists to get online.
The city itself isn’t burning, but smoke in the air is affecting everything from outdoor movies to dining to sports.
Portland Monthly Staff
Black Lives Matter
Portland Monthly's guide to Black-owned companies to hire for just about any job you need done.
Eden Dawn, Lauren Carlos, and Jordyn Mayer
Demonstrators can use the bathroom, power their phones, and get water and snacks.
Amy Dotson, director of NW Film Center, on the future of filmmaking.
OK, we’ll do this, too.
Margaret Seiler and Portland Monthly Staff
Art from Home
A rotating list of online events by Portland-area artists and the most direct ways to get money in their pockets.
Conner Reed and Fiona McCann
The new Pearl District shop features rare books, toys, sneakers, and more
Born to Celebrate! runs for two nights this weekend at the Central Lutheran Church.
The new piece from Portland's Creative Laureate has been brewing since she was an undergraduate.
Chadwick Stokes and King Princess come to town, Profile opens a Pulitzer-winner, and a pair of photo exhibits stay on at Blue Sky.
Conner Reed and Olivia Wolf
The Portland premiere of Noah Haidle's hallucinatory, imperfect show is a stimulating if uneven watch.
Portland's own Dodgr hosts an all-star Roseland show, Smokefall opens at Defunkt, and the 8th annual Portland Film Festival continues!
Kiva Hanson, Olivia Wolf, Conner Reed, and Alli Weseman
Manu Torres’s floral work—inspired by the opulence of 16th-century Dutch still lifes—straddles the line between timeless and ultramodern.
Catch Lisa Jarrett's latest show Future Ancestors at Ori this month.
Stray on-the-clock observations from Portland's most unpredictable two-week art party.
The online hub for black, Indigenous, and/or people of color artists expands with networking party Rose City Rolodex.
Arts & Crafts
The Oregon College of Art and Craft will stop handing out degrees in May, but its amazing craft works live on.