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Friday 08.29.08

« Hear & See | Main | Anomaly »

Things to Do

beaverton_mural.jpg

This opportunity comes from former PORTstar Melia Donovan. The Beaverton Arts Commission is seeking "challenging" submissions for their mural project. The city recently voted to exempt public art from the sign code, birthing the mural program and creating a lot of excellent opportunity for interesting public art. You can learn more on the program's website.


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Working Artists are putting on a series of events related to the exhibition RDevolution, a show that asks artists and viewers to consider "what's next" in our relationship to the environment. They need volunteers for the events, from the First Thursday opening event to two performance/events in October. More info here.


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And, finally, for fashion artists: the 3rd annual "Junk to Funk" fashion show, where artists convert consumer trash into wearable art, is seeking submissions, due October 15. For more information, visit their site.

Posted by Megan Driscoll on August 29, 2008 at 14:40 | Comments (0)


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