Saturday, March 18, 2017

Sense Of Place

Sense Of Place - Created & hosted by Keisha Mateo & Meagan "Megs" Sanders

Sense Of Place was a conversational walk in SW Portland near Portland State University that explored identity, city growth, and discovering one’s sense of place in Portland, Oregon. PSU Art & Social Practices students, Portlanders, and individuals who sought for a new adventure by moving to Portland discussed the following questions:

1. Where are you from and how long have you been here in Portland?
2. Why do you stay in Portland?
3. What's your favorite thing or place in Portland?
4. How do you feel about the population growth in the city?
5. Do you feel welcomed or at home in Portland?

This one-time event began at 11:15am in front of Lincoln Hall of Portland State University (off of Market St.) within the park blocks. The duration of the walk concluded before noon on March 13th, 2017.

Monday, March 6, 2017

Supporting Art Lives

Self Declared Artist Residencies

Taryn Tomasello Ross Island

Letha Wilson

Manual Abreu

Lenka Clayton

Resident Residency
Krista Connerly

Laundromat Project

At Work/  Au Travaille

Community Classes/Creative Community Spaces

Open Signal

Independent Publishing Resource Center  - IPRC


Art Event Calendar 


Art opportunities



Some interesting galleries/event spaces

Littman Gallery

PADA - First Thursday

PNCA - also volunteer stuff

Everett St Lofts:
Una Gallery
Portland Pataphysical Society
Compliance Division

Adams & Ollman

Portland Museum of Modern Art


Newspace for Photography

C3 Initiative

Likewise Bar

S1 Gallery