Archive | March, 2008


March 27: PDXpo 2008 Brings Portland's Design Community Together.

From Melissa Delzio: PDXpo 2008 Brings Portland's Design Community Together. Annual AIGA Portland Event Showcases Creative Industry. Alicia Johnson and Hal Wolverton are Executive Creative Directors at Euro RSCG in New York. Yes, we know what you're thinking. PDXpo is about the Portland design community. And no, Johnson + Wolverton, the seminal studio founded by […]

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March 21-23: Northwest Film Center Presents a Tribute to Robert Altman

From the Northwest Film Center The Northwest Film Center presents: IT DON'T WORRY ME: A TRIBUTE TO ROBERT ALTMAN In a career that spanned five decades, Robert Altman (1925 – 2006) left no genre untouched Scorning the emotional dishonesty of typical Hollywood formula pictures, he aggressively sought to subvert, innovate and reinvent the very boundaries […]

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March 8: Portland Fiction Project | A Black Tie Event for Those In Jeans

The Portland Fiction Project presents “Reads More Like a Party Than a Reading” A Black Tie Event for Those In Jeans Fictioneers “The Portland Fiction Project” host an evening of original fiction, music and paintings at the recently opened Worksound Art Gallery in Southeast Portland. Writers Jason Moore (Willamette Week), Tim Josephs(A Camouflaged Fragrance of […]

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March 9: "models becoming various definitions of body art" | Fez Ballroom

M.A.R.C. is an aspiring non-profit community project working to provide support and resources for those desiring to pursue their creative goals in this not-so-cheap society we live in. We offer FREE classes, workshops, and counseling sessions for youth and the general community in the arenas of art, music, and overall healing. Our first fundraiser will […]

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