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I Am My Story: Voices of Hope

The Immigrant Story invites you to visit “I Am My Story: Voices of Hope,” our newest exhibition, opening May 14, 2021, at the Oregon Historical Society. At a moment when our state and the nation are entering a critical period of conversation about the erasure and underrepresentation of people of color, “I Am My Story: Voices of Hope” highlights the experiences of six young women from Africa who have made their homes in Oregon. They are survivors of genocide and war; they have lived through a traumatic break with the past and they face prejudice and injustice in their new home. Their stories offer a window into the struggles experienced by communities of color, worldwide and here in Oregon, and their remarkable resilience and determination.…

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We Got Each Other’s Back

Carlos Motta and Heldáy de la Cruz and Julio Salgado and Edna Vázquez November 7, 2020 – February 14, 2021 Gallery Hours: Thursday & Friday, 12-6pm / Saturday & Sunday, 12-4pm By Appointment Only: December 24, 2020 – January 3, 2021 (email kevin@pica.org to request) Virtual Symposium: February 13 & 14, 2021 (program and schedule to be announced January 2021) During open gallery hours, the exhibition space will have limited capacity, and face coverings and physical distancing will be required. Hand sanitizer and PPE will be available if needed. Part of a long-term documentary project by interdisciplinary artist Carlos Motta— in collaboration with artists Heldáy de la Cruz, Julio Salgado, and Edna Vázquez– We Got Each Other’s Back is a three-part, multi-channel video installation featuring…

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Museum at (Our Place) Downtown Hillsboro

Downtown Hillsboro now has its own temporary museum! “Museum at (Our Place): This IS Kalapuyan Land” is a yard sign exhibition featuring contemporary Native American artwork from an exhibition curated by Steph Littlebird Fogel at Five Oaks Museum. Visit the 10 signs located throughout Downtown and use your smartphone camera to scan the QR codes on each sign to learn more about each artist. For even more fun resources related to the exhibit, you can download the museum’s Stay Learning Guide. The Museum at (Our Place) Downtown will be up through the end of October 2020. Visit fiveoaksmuseum.org [or here] to learn more about the Museum’s other exhibits, resources, and ways to get involved! Download the museum’s Stay Learning Guide here! And download this map…

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ANTIDOTE

Nat Turner Project, hosted by c3:initiative, proudly presents ANTIDOTE, an exhibition of four artists in two parts over the course of six months, activating the windows of c3:initiative for an exterior facing display, for those who choose to see. Intisar Abioto x jayy dodd     08/28 – 10/10 ariella tai x home school      10/24 – 01/09 Intisar Abioto (b. Memphis, TN. 1986) is a movement artist working across photography, dance, and writing. Moving from the visionary and embodied root of Blackgirl Southern cross-temporal cross-modal storytelling ways, her works refer to the living breath/breadth of people of African descent against the expanse of their storied, geographic, and imaginative landscapes. Working in long-form projects that encompass the visual, folkloric, documentary, and performing arts, she…

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Rose City Virtual Book Fair

Join us! The Rose City Virtual Book Fair is an experience, not a website. It will be a fun and dynamic event, offering an opportunity to visit and explore. Browse, chat, connect, buy, collect. We hope to see you there! Starting at 9:00 AM PST on June 12, you will find a portal to enter the book fair at cascadebooksellers.com. Once you click to enter the virtual book fair you’ll be able to visit our individual exhibitor’s experiences, or “virtual booths.” They will be offering a wide variety of the best in used, rare and collectible books, paper ephemera, prints, postcards, maps and more using a variety of social media, websites and electronic catalogs. You’ll find many of your favorite booksellers from the Rose City…

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Folk Art & Musings by Toni Lumbrazo Luna

In May, Niche Wine Bar’s Gallery The Loo-vre presents Folk Art & Musings, a multimedia exhibit of art and poetry by Toni Lumbrazo Luna. A colorful mix of folk art and lyric poetry, Toni uses found items, paint, and imagination to bring her thoughts to life. Folk Art & Musings will be available to view at Niche Wine Bar or online (nichewinebar.com) through May 30. Folk Art & Musings will also be featured in Vancouver Downtown Association’s Virtual First Friday: https://vdausa.org/first-friday-downtown-2/ Toni’s latest book, Driven By Hope is also available for purchase at Niche. If you stop by Niche, there are also free copies of some of Toni’s poems available in the Loo-vre. Toni Lumbrazo Luna is a poet,editor, visual artist and the author of…

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First Thursday: Build It an Altar

In “Build It an Altar,” Rebecca Artemisa references the way in which we as people build altars for our grief, faith, accomplishments, and happiness. Artemisa references her own Indigenous, Mexican, and Xicana roots with (often) symmetrical images of people building their lives around ends of life, ends of seasons, welcoming new life, embracing new seasons, and untapped joy.

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POSTSCRIPT release party and art exhibit with PNCA cartoonists

This is what happens when a group of the Pacific Northwest College of Art’s finest cartoonists dive into the unknown, led by the incomparable Jonathan Hill, comics artist extraordinaire. In 2017, Unversed launched as a collection of stories that navigate unfamiliar situations and explore the growth that comes from not knowing. No Refunds, explored stories about how you can never return to the way things were. Now, in its third and final year, Unversed Comics presents Postscript. Sometimes you know a moment will be the last time. Other times, you don’t realize until it’s too late. Postscript is a comics anthology that captures these last times. It is a two-color, softcover comics anthology featuring 12 new artists from the Pacific Northwest College of Art, as well as 27…

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Seeing It Through: A Visual Manifestation of the Black Panther Party’s Legacy in Portland

This exhibition is open during Central Library’s hours of operation. Black history is far more than the Civil Rights era. In response to the racism that marginalized and harmed Black Portlanders, the Portland Black Panther Party formed its Portland Chapter in 1969. Their goal was to build equity for the oppressed in our city. This exhibition features artwork by Elijah Hasan and the HeArt Gallery that responds to the legacy of the Black Panthers’ Ten-Point Program. Opening reception on Saturday, January 11, 3-5 pm. Explore the legacy of the Portland Black Panther Party through art, music and storytelling featuring Kent Ford. Light refreshments will be served.

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Printmaking Celebration Opening

Our Featured Show Opening for Our Print Month Celebration. Visit with Printmakers, mingle and munch with art lovers and sip a little wine (If 21).

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