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Tuesday 05.24.11

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The PDX Re-Print series continues this week with Voices of Portland. The book "documents the history of Portland's neighborhoods through oral histories conducted in the mid 1970s. Self-published by Christine Emenc with a CETA grant in 1976, the book presents a conversational and non-authoritative telling of changes in the city. Celebrate the reprinting of this out-of-print book with a panel discussion on Portland's development, approaches to oral histories and ethnography."

Lecture • 7pm • May 26 • $0-10
Dill Pickle Club @ Project Grow • 2156 N Williams

Local photography specialist Jennifer Stoots is starting a weekly lecture series on the history of photography. The "Photography's Evolution lecture series will be dedicated to a discussion of the Artists/Photographers throughout the medium's history, along with the significant publishers, curators, institutions, gallerists and collectors who have fostered the art since its inception." The first one is this Thursday, it covers 1900-1919, including "Color Photography, Social Documentation, The Photo-Secession, Camera Work, The Little Galleries of the Photo Secession ("Gallery 291"), Snapshot Shooters, Modernism, and Dada." Contact stoots@photostoots.com to get on the email list for upcoming lectures.

Lecture • 7-8:30pm • May 26 • $15
Stoots @ 23 Sandy Gallery • 623 NE 23rd @ Sandy

Posted by Megan Driscoll on May 24, 2011 at 15:06 | Comments (0)


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