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Crit Night

Monthly 7-9 pm NEXT UP: August 18th Hosted by Sarah Lofthouse + True North Studios Crit Night is a safe place to get feedback on art or creative project. Allow us to be your sounding board and help you create the best work possible. Aren’t ready to present? All are welcome to join in supporting creatives regardless of experience. Sliding suggested donation $5-$25 – nobody will be turned away for lack of funds! Masks recommended for those not vaccinated. About the host Sarah Lofthouse is a mixed media artist. She holds a Post Bacc Certificate from School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Studio Arts and BA in Studio Arts from California State University, Los Angeles. Her primary mediums are painting and photography. When…

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Diana Lo Mei Hing in Conversation with Horatio Law

Diana Lo Mei Hing was born in Hong Kong and spent her childhood in Guangzhou during the volatile run up to the Cultural Revolution. Her father fled with his family to Milan, Italy where Diana was raised. A well known abstract watercolor and mixed media painter, photographer, and poet in Italy, where she continues to exhibit, Diana moved to Portland with her American husband, also a fine arts photographer, in 2015. This is her first solo exhibition in the Northwest. Front Gallery Followed by a no-host lunch at the Red Robe Tea House Tickets: $12/General; $10/Members

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Beneath the music from a farther room: manuel arturo abreu

The AB Lobby Gallery presents a solo show of new work by manuel arturo abreu featuring sculpture, printed matter, and video work exploring the musicality of abstraction and the veil of language. Beneath the music from a farther room manuel arturo abreu On view May 6-24 2019 Reception: May 9, 5:00-7:30pm Closing performance: May 23, 12-1pm AB Lobby Gallery Portland State University Art Building, 1st floor 2000 SW 5th Ave Portland OR 97202 manuel arturo abreu (b. 1991) is a Dominican poet and conceptual artist from the Bronx. Currently living/working in a garage in southeast Portland, they use what is at hand in a process of magical thinking, with attention to ritual aspects of aesthetics. Recent projects and discourse at MoMA and MoMA PS1 (New…

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