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Monday 03.28.11

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lectures: pugay on diversity & re-print on the pcva

Ralph Pugay, "Maybe Not"

PSU presents a lecture by Ralph Pugay, "a Portland-based artist whose work revolves around the idea of contradiction and its relationship to different kinds of human alienation--their root causes, and symptoms." The lecture is sponsored by the PSU Art Dept Diversity Committee. Note: This is today.

Artist lecture • 12-1pm • April 1
PSU Art Building • 1990 SW 5th @ Jackson • AB 160


The Dill Pickle Club & Publication Studio are collaborating on Re-Print, "a series of four publications and free public lectures celebrating obscured and out-of-print books on Portland's visual culture." The first one is built around the book Twenty-Seven Installations, which chronicles the history of the Portland Center for Visual Arts (PCVA). Lisa Radon will lead a panel discussion by former PCVA director Mary Beebe, PCVA co-founder Mel Katz and PCVA board members Paul Sutinen and Tad Savinar. Lecture is sliding scale $0-$10 and a re-print of the book will be on sale. Note that this is at the much-anticipated Yale Union laundry building.

Arts lecture • 7pm • March 31
Dill Pickle Club @ YU • 800 SE 10th

Posted by Megan Driscoll on March 28, 2011 at 8:55 | Comments (0)


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