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Rose City Comic Con

Portland’s premier pop-culture event, Rose City Comic Con is produced locally with a focus on creating a fun and friendly event for everyone! While our primary focus is that of comics, comic creators, and the creative process, Rose City Comic Con also provides its attendees with access to gaming, sci-fi, cosplay, anime, fantasy, and everything in between. Our goal is to provide you with a rewarding, fun, and family-friendly event experience. Plans for the 2019 Rose City Comic Con are under way — stay tuned for more details!

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Submission Deadline: Portland Review: LABOR Anthology

Portland Review is accepting submissions for a themed anthology on LABOR. The anthology will accept theme fitting works in genres of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, and mixed-genre. No current students of PSU’s CW program will be considered. Simultaneous submissions are OK, just indicate in submission. Submitted work will also be considered for upcoming print issues and website publication. Published contributors receive $30 and a copy of the issue. See their website for more details.

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The Creeping Museum Artist Market

Please join us for a one-day pop-up wunderkammer of art, handmade goods, vintage clothing and curiosities, and more, hosted by not-for-profit art collective The Creeping Museum. General admission is free to the public from 4pm-9pm; a limited number of Early Bird tickets are available for those who would prefer to skip the crowd and enter the market early at 3pm. Participating artists include: The Creeping Museum (@thecreepingmuseum) The Chalk Garden (@inthechalkgarden) A Dark House (@adarkhouse) Alchemy Tintype Studio (@alchemytintypestudio) Arcana Obscura (@arcana_obscura) Rebecca Artemesia (@rebeccaartemesia) Ashtomaton (@ashtomaton) Benz and Chang (@benzandchang) Bittersqueaks (@bittersqueaks) Georgina Brooks (@agoldenpear) Holly Cappello (@holigoil) Lana Crooks (@lanacrooks) The Dark Exact (@darkexact) Matt Darling (@midnite_tremors) Defective Pudding (@defectivepudding) Don’t Shoot PDX (@dontshootpdx) Tripper Dungan (@tripperd) Morgaine Faye Jewelry (@morgaine_faye) Camille Rose…

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Submission Deadline: Potlatch Fund

Grant funding opportunity of up to $10,000 for work that “strengthen Native art forms, practices, and knowledge that develop a stronger sense of identity and livability of the community. Projects or practices should utilize the cultural richness within a community. This grant supports artists and arts organizations in the pursuit of building, enhancing, or expanding their artistic practice and/or community.” See the website for additional details and qualifying requirements.  

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Submission Deadline: PLAYA Residency

Application window closing on August 15th for the Jan – June 2020 residency period. Two-week, three-week, and four-week sessions available. Each beginning on a Monday and ending on a Friday. Open to a wide range of disciplinary practitioners, from the sciences to creative arts. Residents must be comfortable living in a remote setting. $35 non-refundable application fee, $150 security deposit. For writing applications: 10 pages of fiction, nonfiction, or poetry, 10 – 15 pages for play writing or screenplays, and a cover letter. See their website for more details and tips for applying.

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Brandi Kruse ‘flat out’ Book Launch + Poetry Reading

Book launch + poetry reading August 10, 2019 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Pre-order a copy of flat out by Brandi Kruse from our gallery shop. Part of an ongoing consideration of immaterial and material intersections, Kruse’s work in flat out investigates imagined spaces, physical absence and how very few things are actually flat. Light, reflection, and memory are compressed and expanded into sculpture, poetry, and found objects. I flatten things every day: my face in mirror images, my body in the shadows, the world through photographs. I have flattened ideas by recording them on pages, in words made of letters, made of lines, shapes without form; seemingly non-dimensional. But they are not formless and they are not without dimension. Through this flattening and…

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Iridescent Dreams

Iridescent Dreams Johnny of The johns The Johns are a musically groovy, visually striking, and lyrically unprecedented garage tropicalia band from New York City. The band combines the complexity and insight of The Silver Jews with the immediacy, economy, and seaside sensibilities of The Ramones and the softly intricate rhythms of the Caribbean music heard at every bodega in town. https://www.thejohnsnyc.com/ Lumber & Wire (Caspar Sonnet / Andrew Jones) https://casparsonnet.bandcamp.com/ thecrenshaw.bandcamp.com Erica Schreiner Erica Schreiner creates experimental, allegorical, video art pieces in which she also performs. In these films, she invents ethereal and disturbing imaginary worlds, combining anarchistic themes and feminine sensuality. Originally from Oregon, Erica began making video art by shooting on a VHS camera in her apartment in NW Portland in 2005. She…

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Submission Deadline: IPRC Certificate Program Application

[From the IPRC’s application website, see the website for the application link as well.] Program Costs The cost of the 2019/2020 program is $850 per semester and includes access to: All Workshops in your track All Lectures in your track Advisors in your genre A Two-Year Membership to the IPRC Community Resource Discounts Instruction in Letterpress, Risograph & Screenprinting Instruction in Graphic Design & Book Arts Professional Development Lectures Dates & Times The 2019/2020 Certificate Program officially begins with an orientation on September 7th & 8th The Fall Semester runs from the week of September 8th through mid-December The Spring Semester runs mid-January through the beginning of May 2019 The Summer Semester (Comics only) runs late May through the end of July 2019. The 2019/2020…

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QTIPOC Draw Night

First Sundays of the month, 6:30-10pm ADA accessible, Free street parking available. Light snacks provided.

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Intro to Hand-Drawn Animation: Two Day Workshop

Intro to Hand-Drawn Animation: Two Day Workshop This workshop is a quick-start guide for artists that want to learn how to move their art in time.  Participants will learn basic animation principals, traditional hand-drawn 2D animation techniques and  tips for creating an affordable home animation studio.  During this workshop, participants will have the opportunity to create 2 small animation projects. This workshop will be taught by Lori Damiano.  Lori D has an MFA in Experimental Animation from CalArts and currently teaches in the Animated Arts program at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. The cost of this two-day workshop is $150. Be in touch with the Program Director to inquire about sliding scale pricing at hquinn@iprc.org

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