It must be our water: Portland hosts the controversial monologist's world premiere combative non-apology to journalism
After getting caught in a journalistic scandal over his show about Apple, the monologist writes the industry a love letter in a world premiere on May 21.
PICA pairs sculptors Michihiro Kosuge and Ned Colclough—a seeming odd couple with elusive but beautiful overlap. Closes May 11.
Josh Berger shined a national spotlight on many local artists, and now those artist want to help him in a time of need.
The new foundation on the block commits a visionary three year award to fund new works and PICA’s core programming.
PICA and the Andy Warhol Foundation will distribute $75,000 annually to alternative projects and arts collectives.
THE GIFT OF ART
There's no more memorable a gift than a piece of art or handmade craft. We round up the top places to find them this season.
FOOD EVENT SPOTLIGHT
The Portland Institute for Contemporary Art is teaming up with local mushroom experts for a special fungi dinner and free mushroom fair.
TBA celebrates its 10th birthday with a global lineup, some returning stars, a new curator, and a fancy new late night setup at Washington High School. Here are our picks for Week 1.
Curator Cathy Edwards says “cults, demigods, proselytizing, and fracturing” are the themes for this year’s dynamic September festival of dance, music and, an...
phile under: TBA 2010
Setup for TBA 2010 gets underway.
phile under: weekend
Culturephile presents two blushing performance-art quinceañeras, a far-out Gypsy excursion, and a lawn-chair space odyssey