CantSleepTooMuchToDo
Harvest Henderson (an occasional art writer for the Oregonian) is a busy artist this month, with two shows at the Everett Station Lofts. The Residence Gallery exhibit is comprised of to-do lists and grocery lists that Henderson sews together, while next door at Pause Gallery, her installation Greener features over 200 square feet of spray-painted sod and porn. Residence Gallery , 625 NW Everett #106, Through May 28

Mo!
Portland Etch-a-Sketch wiz Mo! recently designed a limited-edition Nike shoe based on his signature maze-like drawings. Mo!'s sneaker incorporates linework based on Mt. Hood, caribou, and the human heart. Compound , 107 NW 5th, Sat. 7pm

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The Ink, Sweat, and Tears Tour
A cartoonist, a graphic novelist, and a counter-cultural artist walk into a bar... Actually, we're sure plenty of bars were involved in the "D.I.Y. Cartoon Concert and Book Tour" that's making a pit stop at Liberty Hall Sunday night. The gang of Bay Area artists whose live shows combine spoken-word, slide shows, and music, involves Eric Drooker, whose illustrations frequently appear on the cover of the New Yorker, Keith Knight, the man behind the K Chronicles cartoons, and Jon Longhi, whose latest book is Wake Up and Smell the Beer. Highly recommended. Liberty Hall , 311 N Ivy, 310-8430, Sunday 7:30 pm

Andy Coolquitt Bye Bye Party
Andy Coolquitt, the Texas artist whose work melds real-world architectural funkiness with conventional art practices, wraps up his residency at Savage with a going-away party that celebrates the living assemblage he created during his time in Portland. Savage promises vast quantities of art, music, and the magic word--beer! Savage Art Resources , 1430 SE Third Ave, 230-0265, Thurs, 7-10 pm

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