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August 2020

Owen & Swink New Works

August 27 - September 27

Sidestreet Arts, 140 SE 28th Ave., presents new works by printmaker Gail Owen and ceramic artist Sara Swink, through September 27 in their gallery. Gail Owen’s hand-stitched linoleum-cut prints dazzle the eye with Azaleas, pink dogwood blossoms and things you might find in a Portland garden like koi, chickens and gnomes (yes... gnomes). This month, you’ll find fantastic ferns and sprawling rhododendrons, all done with her characteristic luscious layers of ink and hand-stitchery. Marmalade by Sara Swink Clay artist Sara…

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September 2020

You Were Here – Portland

September 4 - October 30

PushDot Gallery presents You Were Here – Portland; an exhibit featuring images of long-forgotten icons of Portland’s history. It opens Friday, September 4 and runs through Friday, October 30, at PushDot Gallery, inside the Ford Building, 2505 SE 11th at Division St. Lyn Nance-Sasser and Stephen Sasser have created art together for four decades. Both were born in Portland, and have lived here their entire lives. They’ve seen plenty of changes and have been exhibiting their You Are Here prints…

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The Pre-Vinylettes’ Suffragette Centennial

September 26 - October 25

The Gentle Revolution presents The Pre-Vinylettes’ Suffragette Centennial; a new critical, commemorative exhibition of handpainted signs made by women, trans and post-binary sign painters displayed at the Ford Gallery, September 26-October 25. By Valentina Casale The exhibit is the second iteration of the Pre-Vinylettes womxn sign painters’ event and features an international array of more than sixty five artists whose work displays the wide range of experience, skill and technique apparent in the sign painting world today. The Pre-Vinylettes’ show…

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October 2020

72 Hour GuignolFest Celebrates 12 Years

October 25

GuignolFest (geen•yôl•fest) presents a 72-hour Horror Movie Contest in October while celebrating its 12th year. Its usual home is at the Clinton Street Theater, but this year being this year, this fest, too, has gone virtual. Dylan Hillerman founded the Fest with a handful of movie teams showing their work at a bar. The screenings moved to Clinton Street Theater in 2013 and Hillerman was joined by Julia Reodica as producer for the Fest. Reodica acts, co-directs, produces and co-edits…

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