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The Instruction of Evil

The Instruction of Evil

Hannah Arendt and the cold behavior of ideology. Today opens the Portland Jewish Film Festival, presented by Northwest Film Center. Over the next two weeks, 15 films will screen from directors across [Read On…]
Improvisation Summit of Portland Photo Journal

Improvisation Summit of Portland Photo Journal

New worlds of improvised form were showcased at Creative Music Guild’s fifth annual ISP. In the spirit of this festival, the following was developed in an improvisational manner. As the event progressed, I posted [Read On…]
The People of Vanport and the City Lost

The People of Vanport and the City Lost

No Longer a Lost History: The City of Vanport is Revived in the Inaugural Vanport Mosaic Festival. Sixty-eight years ago yesterday on May 30th, 1948, the Columbia River spilled over a dike [Read On…]
Experience Is King

Experience Is King

A Virtual Reality Panel Demonstrates the Power and Imminent Reign Of A New Medium Last month at Design Week Portland, Connective DX, a digital experience design company, hosted a panel on Virtual [Read On…]
NW Animation Fest: Just the right amount of weird

NW Animation Fest: Just the right amount of weird

With multiple entry points, the annual festival brings something for everyone. In many ways, the animated short is a thankless medium. With few mainstream distribution channels, the joys of this usually bizarre [Read On…]
Going Big on the Central Eastside

Going Big on the Central Eastside

A Design Week PDX Panel takes on a big question: How does the city keep the Central Eastside industrially fertile? Hanging at the front of the room where Bora Architects hosted the [Read On…]
Tsilli Pines Explains Design Week Portland

Tsilli Pines Explains Design Week Portland

Design Week Co-Founder and Director, Tsilli Pines Explains the Scattered Development of a Burgeoning Festival. The story of Design Week Portland is not one of consistency. It has changed months, almost skipped [Read On…]