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Telltale: It Was All A Dream

Hey, champ! Thanks for checking out Telltale. This used to be a monthly curated storytelling event for people that like to get vulnerable and take no shit. We are into genuine connection, laughter, heartbreak, poignant moments, and community building. We, in theory, should be just kicking off our 4th season, but…things got real weird. So I can’t promise that Telltale is back, because the future feels pretty hard to predict or commit to. But we are at least going to have an August show. Yeah, it’s going to be on zoom and not in person. Yeah, it’s not the same. But it’s better than nothing. And I said I’d do the show until the government stopped making me angry all the time….and….you see my point.…

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Native Story Hour

ONLINE EVENT Come sing, listen, learn and celebrate. Join Karen Kitchen (Osage Nation) for this story hour featuring songs and books from Native cultures. Children, families, elders, aunties and uncles — everyone is welcome. Register for event via Zoom: https://bit.ly/3ex1MCQ

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Corbin Reiff in Conversation With Mark Yarm

Total F*cking Godhead (Post Hill) is the complete story of the complex and enigmatic artist, Chris Cornell. It’s the riveting account of a blue-collar, high school dropout emerging from Seattle, Washington, to become one of the greatest singer-songwriters and voices of his generation. With input from people who knew and worked with him — together with Cornell’s own words — the book recounts in great detail the rise of his immortal band Soundgarden as they emerged from the 1980s post-punk underground to dominate popular culture in the ‘90s alongside other Seattle bands like Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, and Nirvana. Long-time Seattle resident and rock writer Corbin Reiff examines Cornell’s dynamic solo career, as well as is his time in Audioslave. He delves into Cornell’s…

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Songwriting with Chris Funk

Meets Mon/Weds 1-2:30pm | July 20, July 22, July 27, July 29, Aug 3, Aug 5, Aug 10, Aug 12 Do you write your own music, lyrics, or rhymes? Have you experimented with recording music at home? In this workshop, we’lldissect and analyze song forms together across different genres of music. What makes a song unique? What is the message of the lyrics? What’s the production quality and how was it arranged in the studio? Inspired by what we discover, we’ll challenge ourselves to write and record a new song each week. We’ll also be joined by guest artists and songwriters for QAs about their creative process. This workshop is geared towards students with some basic songwriting experience who’d like to take their skills to…

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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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Variety Show on Zoooooom

Join us for a virtual show. Performers TBD. Please consider contributing to this live virtual event with an optional cover fee here: https://www.rosecitybookpub.com/shop/optional-cover-fee-for-virtual-events-5-suggested [Zoom Link]

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Variety Show on Zoooooom

Join us for a virtual show. Performers TBD. Please consider contributing to this live virtual event with an optional cover fee here: https://www.rosecitybookpub.com/shop/optional-cover-fee-for-virtual-events-5-suggested [Zoom Link]

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Chamber Stories: Digital Concert of Music w/ Narratives

Be transported by music that tells a story, from the classic Saint-Saëns “Carnival of the Animals” with narration by pianist Orion Weiss to contemporary works “Portraits of Langston” by Valerie Coleman and Bruce Adolphe’s urban fairy tale “Marita and Her Heart’s Desire.” [Concert will be available through 11:59 pm 6/30.] [Watch on YouTube]

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Variety Show on Zoooooom

Join us for a virtual show. Performers TBD. Please consider contributing to this live virtual event with an optional cover fee here: https://www.rosecitybookpub.com/shop/optional-cover-fee-for-virtual-events-5-suggested

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Deadline: NACF Native Arts Emergency Support Project

In response to the crisis and hardships brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) has launched the Native Arts Emergency Support Project (NAESP), aimed at providing support for our Native artists whose livelihoods and families have been impacted by COVID-19. This is the second phase of the NAESP, and we are accepting applications from local Portland (OR) metro area artists (full eligibility criteria below). In the first phase NACF was able to provide support to 70 of its previous awardees through two funding cycles. Monies for the NAESP have been reallocated and repurposed from NACF funds as designated by the board of directors and staff leadership. NACF continues to actively recruit partners to help contribute to the fund. NACF’s…

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