Aimee Wilson
Delinquent Subculture; works we can all relate to. Unless we are THE MAN. Nocturnal, 1800 E Burnside, Through March

Confluence w/Obelus, DJ Tattertodd
Some of Portland's talented tattoo artists--representing Temple, Tiger Liley, Atomic, Odd Ball, and Atlas tattoos--showcase their work as artists 4 life. Goodfoot, 2845 SE Stark

Heinrich Harrer, Phil Borges, Danny Conant
Photographs depicting the world; Tibet, Pakistan, etc. Photographic Image, 240 SW 1st Ave, 224-3543, Opens Thurs March 6

Gary Mac Smith's paintings of faces come from his unmediated psyche. The Portland psychiatrist uses low-viscosity acrylic on watercolor paper, while presumably channeling his inner self. The result is pretty creepy. Further, there will be a panel discussion following the opening reception entitled Art, Psychoanalysis, and the Creative Process. Littman and White Galleries Portland State University, Smith Center 1825 SW Broadway, 2nd Floor , 725-5656, Opens Fri March 7, 5:30 pm

Christy Nyboer's installation/performance examines where art forms--at the point of birth, or at the point of conception? People have died trying to answer questions such as these. Nyboer opts for acts less dramatic than dying; rather, she'll work inside a space with a video, and viewers can interact with her by dropping notes in a slot. Portland Building Lobby, 1120 SW 5th, RACC contact: 823-5426, March 10-April 4

Skater Art
We love pro skaters! Andrew Hutchinson presents personal photo shoots; Todd Bratrud, the art director for Consolidated Skateboard, paints ladies on skate decks; and Israel Forbes, the totally famous pro skater, shows "napkin art" from skate tours. The New Space Gallery & Studio, 1632 SE 10th, 963-1935, Opens Fri March 7

Tom Miller
Blood Memory: photographs. Augen Gallery, 817 SW 2nd Ave, 224-8182, Opens March 6

Uriah P. Roth
Paintings, photographs... new work. Shift, 625 NW Everett #101, Opens March 6