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One Gallery Closes, Another Opens Its Doors

Laura E. Hall, Escape Artist

Get Trapped With Portland’s Leading Escape Room Designer

To the Shire!

Appreciating John Yeon, Portland’s Unsung Hero of Architecture

In The Black, Intisar Abioto Documents Connection, Community, and Place

The Black Portlanders Photographer Traces Black Roots in Portland and Beyond

The Shirley Jackson Project is Like a Collection of Ghost Stories

Portland Comic Artists Share Their Passion for Shirley Jackson, Queen of Gloom

Spring Forward

The Sun is Returning. Put Down Your Dystopian Literature and Get Out There with Our Guide to Arts and Culture

Renée Lopez’s My Life Through My Lens

In Her First Gallery Show, the Local Photographer Captures the Vitality of Portland’s Communities of Color

The Artists Resist

Let Portland Art Save Your Sanity

Delicious Décor

The Stories Behind Some of Portland’s Most Iconic Restaurant Interiors

Portland’s Publication Studio is Closing

When the Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Going

Artwork To Inspire the Revolution

Is it Possible to Really See Andy Warhol?

Maybe Not. But the Baby Angels and Cartoon Cats Make PAM’s Show Worth Your While.

Here is Dame Darcy, Your Comics Queen

The World is Catching Up with Her—Just in Time for The Meat Cake Bible

Intersect Fest’s Punk Ethos

Now in Its Second Year, the DIY Showcase Celebrates Portland Artists of Color

Fall Arts & Culture Guide

It’s Peak Art Season in Portland. Here’s Your Game Plan.

PICA Puts Down Roots

At This Year’s Time-Based Art Festival, the Stakes Are Higher

Flora’s Analog Perfection

Land Gallery’s All-Women, Lo-Tech Art Show Is Everything

Project Art: End of Summer Edition

The Residency Program Bridges Portland and Japan

Bruce Nauman’s Humor and Meaning

Language Body: An Evocative Glimpse into the Artist’s Expansive Career

Cat Del Buono’s Art of Witness

In Voices, the Video Artist Documents the Reach of Domestic Violence

Project Art: Biennial Edition

A Look at Muscle Beach, One of the Portland2016 Biennial’s Only Venues Inside a Garage

Yes, Portland Has a Biennial

And the Portland2016 Biennial Is Oregon’s Biggest Art Show Ever

Meet the HOMOCATS

This Week's Cover Artist, J Morrison, on the Gayest Cats Ever

Lisa Hanawalt's Lessons in Reverse-Centaur Appreciation

The Foodie Hijinks and Horse People of Hot Dog Taste Test

Project Art: The City’s Alternative Gallery Spaces

Home School and Compliance Division’s Art of Inclusion

A Magical World of Clay

Portland's Claymation King, Will Vinton, on a Career of Filmmaking, Innovation, and Singing Raisins

Get Your Geek on at GeekCraft Expo PDX

The New Craft Fair Features Local Makers of Nerdy Delights

Allie Hankins' Art Machine

Stand-Up Meets Performance in Now Then

Straight to Video (Tonfa!)

Seven Years of Tim Goodyear's Movie Zine

The Youth Culture of Kids in Love

Photographer Olivia Bee's Interior Universe

Portland's Pretty

Inside Jay Howell's Art Show

Prison Obscura Shines a Light on Art Behind Bars

Capturing the Prison Industrial Complex at Newspace

How We Made the Design Issue

A Master Class in Wedding Calligraphy and Hand-Lettered Logos

Precious Bugarin and Bryn Chernoff Will Help You Make Your Own Font!

Portland(s) of Tomorrow in Futurelandia

What Will the City Look Like in 50, 100, 200 Years?

Equity and Aesthetics Should Mix

Historian Reiko Hillyer Talks Density, Affordable Housing, and Equal Access to Public Space

Kevin Cavenaugh's Art of Risk

The Guerrilla Development Owner on Bringing Thoughtfulness, Creativity, and Risk into Portland Development
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