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Portland Audubon’s Wild Arts Festival

Join us at the 2019 Wild Arts Festival, the premier show that celebrates art and nature in the Pacific Northwest! With artists and authors presenting their work, plus more art, trips, outdoor gear and experiences available in our silent auction, Festival shopping is a delight. And, it’s right in time for the holiday season. Proceeds benefit Portland Audubon’s work to inspire all people to love and protect the natural world. Get to know some of the best local and regional authors specializing in nature, birds, hiking, history, books for kids, and books that illuminate living in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest! You’ll have the chance to purchase books and get them signed by the author both days of the festival from noon to 4 p.m. [See…

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Visiting Writers Series: She Who Has No Master(s)

She Who Has No Master(s) is a project of multi-voiced collectivity, hybrid poetics, encounters, in-between spaces and (dis)places of the Vietnamese diaspora. Through a collaborative art process and social engagement interaction(s), they endeavor to bring into concert the voices of women writers of the Vietnamese diaspora. They define writing as art that has storytelling at its core, but may express itself in hybrid, performance, visual, musical/aural, and interdisciplinary forms. This event includes: Vi Khi Nao, Stacey Tran, and Dao Strom. Vi Khi Nao is the author of the short stories collection A Brief Alphabet of Torture (which won FC2’s Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction Prize in 2016), and a novel, Fish in Exile. Vi holds an MFA in fiction from Brown University. This Fall 2019, she is BMI Shearing…

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Portland Stories of Change

Join us in celebration of our incredible Caldera Community at this year’s Stories of Change! RSVP Here 2019 Portland Stories of Change Wednesday, November 6, 2019 Castaway Portland 1900 NW 18th Avenue, Portland, OR 97209   Cocktails & Art Exhibitions – 5:30 PM Dinner & Program – 6:00 PM   Please RSVP by October 1

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NEFP Benefit Raffle Drawing at Excalibur Comics!

We’re gathering items the Northeast Emergency Food Program needs from October 1st through November 1st. For every item on the list you bring in, you’ll get a raffle ticket. And then, on November 2nd, we’re raffling away an assortment of incredible prizes, like: a Kurt Busiek signed script, Benjamin Dewey Comics & Illustration signed prints, Rogue Ales & Spirits and The Nerd Out gift cards, A Wave Blue World graphic novels, original art and MORE!

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Submission Deadline: Pathos: Fall 2019

This cutie has a tattoo on his left forearm that says “submit to pathos” but he’s a little too shy to show. Deadline extended to October 28th! Get that work in!! pathoslitmag.com & pathosliterarymag@gmail.com 😳 You must be a current student at Portland State University to be considered for publication. We are funded by PSU and serve as a creative outlet for its students. We are happy to point non-students toward local publishing resources, but cannot publish non-students at this time. Please only put your name and identifying info in the specified section of the form. All submissions are blind — only the managing editor will know the identity of the submitter until after selections have been made. This eliminates conflicts of interest and ensures a fair…

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Dovesong Labs Salon Series 003

Join us for our 3rd & most HAUNTED salon yet! featuring: Casey Rocheteau was born on Cape Cod, and raised as a sea witch. They are an author & visual/sound artist living in Detroit, Michigan. Rocheteau often works with primary documentation and collage in what they call a haintological practice. This fixation upon specters of the past haunting the present//living impact upon the future informs their work across genres. They are a Callaloo Writer’s Workshop, Cave Canem, and Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference fellow and, a former Writer in Residence at InsideOut Literary Arts in Detroit. In 2014, Rocheteau created the Shrine of the Black Medusa Tarot. Their second poetry collection, The Dozen, was released on Sibling Rivalry Press in 2016. Winner of inaugural Write A…

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3rd Annual East Portland Arts & Literary Festival

Will we see you at 3PALF — oops, we mean, EPALF? Our third annual festival featuring artists and cultural workers of color will animate two community hubs in East Portland: Orchards of 82nd (O82), APANO’s brand-new home and community space, and Fubonn, the largest Asian grocery store and shopping center in Oregon! Spanning October 4-5th, EPALF will feature a spectrum of live performances, interactive creative activities, a full family-friendly lineup, and more at O82, plus our hallmark Book & Craft Fair at Fubonn. Join us in celebrating local artists, entrepreneurs, and small business owners in East Portland through this signature event. Suggested donation is $5, and no one will be turned away from lack of funds. Hosted by APANO’s Arts & Media Project. WITH PERFORMANCES…

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TRUE NORTH STUDIOS OPEN HOUSE AND ARTS SWAP MEET

We are finally ready to have friends over to our new space! FRIST FRIDAY OCT 4th 6-9 TRUE NORTH STUDIOS OPEN HOUSE AND ARTS SWAP MEET with DJ Domino Pop FREE Free to vend arts, crafts, vintage, vinyl, home goods, care goods, sellables etc! Come out to this new rad community event that will be reoccurring every 1st Friday for the rest of 2019. Vending is 1st come 1st serve Vendors need to bring their own tables, chairs, displays etc. Shoot us an email at Hello@truenorthstudios.com to lets us know your coming -or- just show up ✌ Membership and Studio Space Available! Visit truenorthstudios.org .

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First Thursday: NEAR | FAR | WIDE

A keenly curious explorer, Portland field and street photographer Kendall Radkins shares moments captured not only around the city he loves and lives in, but also from locations near and far.

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TERRA FLATS #3 release party and art exhibit with Jason Fischer

The highly anticipated third issue of Terra Flats has arrived! Get reacquainted with your favorite best friend duo Pony and Vee (and their cat Tigre) in the best and biggest issue yet! Join Portland artist, Jason Fischer, at Floating World this Thursday October 3rd, for a release party and art exhibit to celebrate the release of Terra Flats #3. “Fried Green Demons”: Pony meets another close friend of Vee’s: the stylish, slithery photographer gorgon named Maddison. They do NOT get along… Later, Pony finds work as a handyperson while Vee puts out fires at Iceburg. Will their mysterious, unfriendly neighbor keep their cat Tigre locked in her apartment forever?! WHO: Jason Fischer WHAT: Terra Flats #3 release party and art exhibit WHEN: Thursday Oct. 3rd,…

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