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Who gets to decide the fate of downtown statues, the Blazers face preseason bumps, and nurses at Kaiser-Permanente consider going on strike.
Galvanized by a poster project that took off this spring, the Clinton Street Theater will screen five films and host a number of Varda-centric events.
The new Hollywood Hub will focus on equity, inclusion, and community.
Goodbye, Google Maps; hello, adorable frog sculptures
Finding a (new) contemplative place for Contemplative Place
Fresh paint is coming to a viaduct near you.
Coastal Road Trip
A tourism agency has a plan to lure off-season beachgoers. It hinges on a rather existential question. (So, like, what is art?)
TriMet plans a street-art tribute at the Hollywood Transit Center.
In its bright, newly renovated quarters, Open Signal offers public access to media equipment and education, with a focus on social impact.
Local muralists Rather Severe and Blaine Fontana teamed up with Kaiser Permanente to foster mental illness awareness through public art.
A three-day project at Pioneer Courthouse Square involves bright lights, yoga, life coaching, and puppy playtime.
And it’s got us seeing orange.
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A look at Portland's newest public art project, Lead Pencil Studio's Inversion: Plus Minus, now rising in the Central Eastside.