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Pure Surface

AARON SPENCER
7 pm Sunday, July 13, Sunday July 13 | Free
Valentines
232 SW Ankeny St.
 
This new series of multimedia performance offers a little of everything—text, dance and film. It also happily leaves you alone if you're not into it; admission is free, and the audience is non-captive. The effect at similar events, to borrow a word from the masses, has been "chill"—what everyone, everywhere, doing anything aspires to be. For the inaugural program, veteran performance artist Linda Austin performs a yet-unannounced work (expect funny props), Michael Harper reads poetry and Roland Dahwen Wu shows a film. Tell the guy sipping neat bourbon next to you that you prefer Austin's old stuff: "You know, like in the '80s when people weren't afraid to crawl across a dining room table and get food all over themselves."

Where: Valentines
Phone: 248-1600
Address: 232 SW Ankeny St.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/PureSurface?fref=photo

 
 

Valentines

232 SW Ankeny St.
Portland, OR
97204
 
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