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Virtual IPRC: Still Life Drawing Time

Join Marissa and friends for an hour of still life drawing! We’ll start with a check in drawing activity and do several short timed drawings and a longer drawing. Set up your own scene to share or draw one that’s provided! Register through Eventbrite here. Suggested donation of $5-$15 go to paying the artist and supporting community programming. No one turned away for lack of funds. Zoom meeting link sent out via email after registration.

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Corporeal Writing: Young Mammals Zine Collaborative with Katie Guinn

WHAT: A three-week online workshop for young mammals ages 13+ (TEENAGERS). WITH: Katie Collins-Guinn WHEN: August 11th- August 25th—we will meet on Tuesdays and Fridays at 1:30pm WHERE: ZOOM! (But of course.) Meeting ID will be provided each morning of meet days. HOW MUCH: $100, with a capacity of twelve writers/artists. Payment plans are available, contact Daniel Elder at registration@corporealwriting.com SCHOLARSHIPS: Click here to apply. One seat available to a mammal whose financial situation has been directly impacted by the Covid-19 crisis. Making art is a vital way to survive. Sometimes we need a little help accessing our inspirations and motivations—working collectively has a powerful way of conjuring that. Memory is a prominent part of our present lives. As we move through time our memories…

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Corporeal Writing: Space Stations: A Module for BIPOC Writers by Pamela K. Santos

MODULE ONE: Ask The Cup & Who Will Answer? LED BY: Pamela K. Santos WHERE: Online (via Zoom) WHEN: 4 weeks, 7 sessions, meeting Sundays and Tuesdays Aug 9 to Aug 30 (details on meeting times below) Space Stations are a pilot project series facilitated by Pamela K. Santos as artistic practice incubators for BIPOC writers meeting in 4-week modules around themes of introspection and self-inquiry. “What is your relationship to your art?” is the central question guiding the twice-weekly virtual sessions and self-directed exercises. Space Stations envision cooperative communities (“waystations” in the galaxies) that writers can drop in based on needs and shape how to support each other in literary ecosystems of our own creation. Ask The Cup & Who Will Answer? What is…

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Outlet: Agencies of Change Poster Show

Outlet is a proud sponsor of Murmur Creative’s Agencies of Change Poster Show, happening this year to benefit Raphael House of Portland. Agencies of Change by Murmur Creative is bringing together local agencies and designers to host a poster show in support of Raphael House of Portland. Raphael House of Portland provides life-saving shelter and wraparound support for survivors of domestic violence, helping them to achieve safety, hope, and independence. Show your support, learn more about Raphael House, and check out some truly incredible posters. Learn more here!

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Outlet’s 5×5 DWP Print Show!

Join Outlet for our first annual 5×5 print show! This virtual riso print show will showcase work by local BIPOC artists and will be raising funds for 5 incredible organizations. Buy a beautiful riso print and support 5 great and important causes in the areas of BIPOC representation, equity, community support, youth activism, anti-incarceration, and police- and prison-abolition. This show will run virtually for all of Design Week (August 3-9) via Outlet’s website and until prints sell out. All prints are priced between $10-$50 (higher donations always accepted). All artists are being compensated for their submissions and 100% of the remaining funds will be donated to the following 5 local organizations working in the fields of BIPOC representation, equity, community support, youth activism, anti-incarceration, and…

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Drawing Time

Join Marissa and friends for an hour of drawing together! This week we’ll be doing still lifes. We’ll start with a check in drawing activity and do several short times drawings and a longer drawing. Set up your own scene to share or draw one that’s provided! Leave Marissa an artist tip via Paypal: marissabperez@gmail.com Register here to receive a reminder email with Zoom link Zoom meeting link here

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Submission Deadline: Literary Arts Booth Emergency Fund for Writers

Like many of those in our communities, The COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep impact on Oregon’s writers. Many are experiencing disruptions to their work, family lives and overall financial security. This was confirmed by a recent survey we conducted of Oregon Book Awards & Fellowship recipients and Writer of Color fellowship applicants. 86% of the respondents have either experienced or are anticipating an impact to their financial situation as a result of the pandemic. In response to this need,  Literary Arts has allocated a significant amount from our Brian Booth Writers’ Fund to create the Booth Emergency Fund for Writers. This emergency fund is designed to provide meaningful financial relief to Oregon’s writers, including cartoonists, spoken word poets, and playwrights. Update: The first application…

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Stay Home Stay Queer

Join us Thursday July 16th for another night of poetry. We strive to be a dynamic space for spoken word and visual arts to live, be, and own queer identity. Zoom code to come.

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NO EXIT | Le Chat Noir Moderne

Hell is not the bother of other people, it is other people who see us as we really are. Experience Theatre Project, in artistic association with Lacy Productions, present an eTheatre presentation of NO EXIT by Jean-Paul Sartre, adapted by Alisa Stewart and the debut of a new artist’s salon LE CHAT NOIR MODERNE JOIN US on July 11 as we celebrate the grand opening of our beautiful online salon for artists, featuring a live, fully rehearsed, online performance of Jean-Paul Sartre’s NO EXIT, an adapted online pastiche by Alisa Stewart. Virtual doors open at 6pm PDT at the Experience Theatre Project website to experience the glitz and glamour of world-wide artists performing in a salon setting. Enter your key (your personal password) to access…

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Drawing Time

Join Marissa and friends for an hour of drawing together! This week we’ll be doing still lifes. We’ll start with a check in drawing activity and do several short times drawings and a longer drawing. Set up your own scene to share or draw one that’s provided! Leave Marissa an artist tip via Paypal: marissabperez@gmail.com Register here to receive a reminder email with Zoom link Zoom meeting link here

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