Almost Live: Cascade AIDS Project Art Auction's New Digs a Hit

Arts & Books
What a difference a venue makes. After a multi-year run in the oppressively cheesy Oregon Convention Center, the Cascade AIDS Project's annual fundraising extravaganza benefited immensely this past weekend from a move to the Bison Building at 419 NE 10th Ave. The 21st Annual Art Evening and Auction, held Saturday, May 1, felt like a whole new event thanks to the spaciousness of the environs of ...   More
Tuesday, May 4, 2010 RICHARD SPEER

Mark Woolley Gallery to Close May 30

After 15 years in business, the Mark Woolley Gallery will close on May 30th, after a final group show. The gallery becomes the third major Portland gallery to close this year, after Quality Pictures foundered in January and Pulliam Deffenbaugh's directors announced in March they were ending their longtime run and restructuring into a new gallery to be called The Pulliam Gallery. For his part, Woolley ...   More
Thursday, April 9, 2009 RICHARD SPEER

A Bevy of Biennials: Disjecta announces Portland 2010 and PICA unveils The People’s Biennial

The season is so close you can smell it—no, not spring, but Biennial season. A duo of new biennial art exhibitions has been announced in the absence of a proper biennial such as the Portland Art Museum used to mount. Arts nonprofit Disjecta has unveiled Portland 2010, curated by Linfield College gallery director Chris Moss. From March 13-May 30, eighteen artists will display old and new work ...   More
Friday, February 5, 2010 RICHARD SPEER


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