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Sanctuaries

Gentrification in Portland and the city’s redlining past go under the microscope in Darrell Grant’s jazz-classical chamber opera, Sanctuaries, with a libretto by two-time National Poetry Slam Champion Anis Mojgani and directed by Alexander Gedeon. Focusing on personal stories from the Albina neighborhood, this latest site-specific commission challenges Portland as a community to truly listen to and acknowledge marginalized voices while addressing issues of white privilege, racial equity and inclusion, and economic disparity. Work DARRELL GRANT | Sanctuaries Creative Team DARRELL GRANT | composer ANIS MOJGANIi | librettist ALEXANDER GEDEON | director EZRA WEISS | conductor YUKI IZUMIHARA | set designer CARL FABER | lighting designer BRANIC HOWARD | sound engineer Vocalists DAMIEN GETER | bass-baritone EMMANUEL HENREID | baritone MARILYN KELLER | ITHICA TELL…

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I Never Knew There Were So Many Books About Us!

Come celebrate Black families and Black art with Interactive Science, Story, and Art Activities for grades K-2 and their favorite adult.

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IPRC Print Spree: 2nd Annual Print Show & Sale

The IPRC is hosting our 2nd annual print show & sale at Tillamook Station (665 N. Tillamook Street). The IPRC Print Spree features 20 artists’ risograph and screen prints, curated by Kate Bingaman-Burt, Niko Courtelis, Fruit Salad Club (Jillian Barthold & Libby Landauer), Last Heavy, and us! Each print has a limited run of 25, and you can grab yours for $30. Proceeds support the artists, curators, and the IPRC community print shop. Join us for an artist/curator panel and preview of the prints at 6:30pm (for $10, which also includes 2 drink tokens). The show opens at 7:30pm for free entry – hope to see you there! Pre-sale panel tickets available at the https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4382580. Poster design by John Akira Harrold

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