A Machine For Living
Seattle's Robert Yoder, one of the Northwest's best abstractionists, returns with a solo exhibition of mixed media collages based on Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye. Froelick Gallery, 817 SW 2nd, 222-1142, through Oct 26

Fresh Trouble
Jeff Jahn has curated a worthy follow-up to his flagship exhibition The Best Coast with Fresh Trouble, housed near Movie Madness in the SE. Here he mixes up his usual suspects of artists-on-call (Matthew Picton, Bruce Conkle, Jacqueline Ehlis, etc) with some fresh faces like Cao Fei (China), Hildur Bjarnadottir (Portland/Iceland), and Douglas Holst (Milwaukee, WI). Fresh Trouble Space, 4246 SE Belmont, Sat-Sun 11:30 am-5 pm

Homeland Familiar
After some crazy landlord shit, Gallery Homeland landed on its feet at the former home of the Hall Gallery, rather than its originally intended home on Belmont. The new gallery, run by Paul Middendorf and Paige Saez, kicks things off with a group show featuring Zak Margolis, Charles Moss, and Amy Steel. Homeland, 620 SE 3rd, Closes Nov. 1

Peter Kubelka
Cinema Project and the NW Film Center present a lecture by Austrian Filmmaker Peter Kubelka, who has spent nearly 60 years trying to "strip cinema down to its essentials." Find out what that means tonight, then hit Whitsell Auditorium Oct. 11 and 13 for screenings of Kubelka's life's work. New American Art Union, 922 SE Ankeny St., 231-8294, Sun 7:30 pm