Artist Fritz Haeg w/ naturalist Mike Houck
Suddenly: where we live now
opens today at Reed's Cooley Gallery. It is "an ongoing set of visual art exhibitions, a reader, and a series of public programs" seeking to explore new ways to shape the natural and urban landscape. Featured artists include Fritz Haeg, Marc Joseph Berg, Michael Damm, Zoe Crosher, Frank Heath, Oscar Tuazon, and Metronome Press. During TBA, curator Stephanie Snyder will lead a tour through Fritz Haeg's Animal Estates
. In late September, there will be a public reception in the Cooley Gallery, followed by the "unfolding event" Psychedelic Sprawl in the Reed Student Union, put on by the citizens of Mostlandia and others. Finally, a series of symposia on the exhibit is happening in October.
Exhibition • August 26 - October 5
Public reception • 5-7pm • September 21
Unfolding event • 7-10pm • September 21
• 3203 SE Woodstock Blvd. • Hauser Memorial Library
Thanks Matt... Ill make that a hot link.
Re: the other locations... how is Atlantis this time of year, humid?
i know this is off topic, but what happened to pt 2 of the brad cloepfil interview?
It is coming soon ... it is rather enormous... there is a part III as well.
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