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Wednesday 03.11.09

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Danridge Geiger, "Work in progress"

Gallery Homeland presents TransFixed, a group exhibition curated by Victor Maldonado. Inspired by "mapping the diversity and fusion of contemporary culture," Maldonado selected artists he worked with at PNCA whose work "aided [him] in understanding the value of contemporary Fine Arts practices now." Featured artists include Sara Nyquist, Laura Hughes, Danridge Geiger, Calvin Ross Carl, and Rainbow Ross.

Opening reception • 6-9pm • March 13
Gallery Homeland • 2505 SE 11th • info@galleryhomeland.org


The Oregon Department of Kick Ass presents Hunker Down to Rise Above, a series of short films curated by Vanessa Renwick. The films "focus on folks taking matters into their own hands, be it within bike culture, hobo culture, kitchen culture or just plain ol' falling in love." Admission is $5.

Films screening • 7pm • March 13
The Waypost • 3120 N Williams • 503.367.3182

Posted by Megan Driscoll on March 11, 2009 at 11:02 | Comments (0)


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