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Mefore Aday Exhibit March 2017

Mefore Aday opened the new THRU Gallery last March Washington-based artist Mary Aday changed her first name to represent her mission as an artist. The work she puts out reflects an unusual [See More]

Take Me to the…  Library!

Featured image of Keller Auditorium at night. Portland Opera visits the Cenral Library for free previews all season long. Think of a movie where an operatic voice lifts and moves you through a scene; [See More]

Brightening the Noise

Simplicity marks the art, music, and life of Alejandro Ceballos After meeting Alejandro Ceballos, it took months to learn that he was a painter. I think he is one of these folks [See More]




The Body Can Get You Out of Your Head

I dropped in for the “sneak peek” preview night for Interlude, “Unleashed and Unexpected.” Tonight and tomorrow afternoon, PDX Contemporary Ballet is presenting the work of six choreographers at Coho theatre in Northwest [See More]


THE PRIME SOUND OF LEE/HANNAFIN DUO
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THE PRIME SOUND OF LEE/HANNAFIN DUO

Portland improvisers Dr. Catherine Lee and Matt Hannafin’s self-released LP Five Shapes Five Shapes lulls the mind with its gentle spaciousness into a personal creative space. It is five improvisations of nameless [See More]