Holland Andrews and Chris Johnedis in an Improvised Concert Film The experimental drum and vocal duo, called I’d Rather Not Talk About It, closed out the 2016 Improvisation Summit of Portland, last summer. It was the end of another long weekend in which even big fans of weird music and their acute ears were beginning […]
World Wide Wall tells the story of the Portland Mercado Mural. In the fall of 2014, two artists were chosen by Hacienda CDC to collaborate and represent Southeast Portland’s brand new mercado as a haven for Latin American culture in Portland. This original THRU documentary tells how the mural at Portland Mercado was created by artists Pablo Solares and Rachel Oleson. Nobody […]
A Virtual Reality Panel Demonstrates the Power and Imminent Reign Of A New Medium Last month at Design Week Portland, Connective DX, a digital experience design company, hosted a panel on Virtual Reality. If virtual reality is still a phrase that you’ve yet to define, I don’t think you’re alone exactly. But, according to Connective […]
Samantha Shay, artistic director of Source Material Collective, provides a look into her recently revamped presentation of I Should Have a Party for All the Thoughts I Didn’t Say, at The Old Church, Portland, Oregon. Her insight about the work narrates exclusive rehearsal video, offering an immersive look into the interdisciplinary performance. This performance runs […]
Este Does Not Make a Movie premieres in Portland on January 20th at Clinton Street Theatre. Estevan and Nicholas Munoz join Sean Ongley for a look inside the reflection of the selves and the image of two young, groundbreaking filmmakers.