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Friday
Jun 9
Anarres Infoshop Benefit Show for Portland Assembly! 4 bands, and a Potluck!
Anarres Infoshop & Community Space, 7101 N Lombard

Come out to Anarres to support a wonderful organization working towards building real neighborhood power, Portland Assembly!

All events at Anarres are all ages, with no alcohol allowed.

$5-10 sliding scale, with NOTAFLOF, No One Turned Away For Lack Of Funds. Ever.

There will be four bands, a vegan/vegetarian potluck, artists selling their work, and information on how and why you can get involved with the most exciting organizing project in town.

The Bands:

  • Fleshh: Electronic/anarcho/post-punk
  • DARK/LIGHT: Badass punk
  • Broken Spirit: Dark anarcho punk/post-punk
  • Prolix Destruct: More hard-hitting punk rock

The Food: Vegan/vegetarian

Bring some, eat some! If you are going to prepare food, please bring an ingredient list so people with various dietary restrictions can enjoy your delicious food with confidence!

The Artists: Amazing

The Organization: Check out their website for more information

PortlandAssembly.com

Let's eat some delicious food, listen to good music, and most importantly, Let's Run Rip City!

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Friday
Sep 15
Gifted Grounds II (DUG and Y.G.B Portland)
through PICA - Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, 15 NE Hancock @ Williams

For the second year in a row DUG and Y.G.B Portland come together to create a space where LOVE, MAGIC and POSIVIBES reign supreme! We will host #GiftedGrounds2 as part of the PICA's 15th Annual Time-Based Art Festival.

Gifted Grounds II will feature live performances by DNVN (PDX) Mykele Deville (Chicago) with DJ sets Lamar LeRoy(PDX) and Le Grump (LA).This night will be full from beginning to end with pop-up performances, live painting & two outdoor patios. DUG has been working on the most beautiful Night Market and chill spaces for ya'll. The night will be hosted by the original Keisha Chiddick aka Blossom!

We can't wait for you to experience Gifted Grounds II with us..

PhotoBooth by Renée Lopez & RoseLéon

....As always we're calling all Lovers, Creators, Change Makers, Hustlers, Baby Mamas, Nation Builders, Dancers, Revolutionaries, Freedom Fighters, Spiritual Gangsters and Everyone in Between... $5-$10 ALL AGES/

VOLUNTEER SIGN-UP: http://bit.ly/2w2v09R


Y.G.B Portland - Y.G.B is more than just a Party it's a Community. We come together to get down, celebrate each other and honor all things YOUNG,GIFTED and BLACK.

DUG - ~~It ain't about nobody but everybody~~

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Saturday
Sep 23
MLK Dream Pre-Run Unity in the Community Party
6431 NE MLK Jr.

Join the Soul District for an afternoon of music and community!

6431 NE MLK Jr Blvd
All Ages
21+ Beer Garden
3pm - 9pm

Featuring:


MLK Dream Run
MLK Dream Run Running for the Dream (5k walk/run, 10K run and 15k run) Location: The streets of the Soul of Portland N/NE

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Tuesday
Oct 10
White America: Become an Ally - Race Talks
Kennedy School, 5736 NE 33rd

"WHITE AMERICA: Become an Ally through Education & Help Dismantle Racism"

"HATE, NOT IN OUR TOWN" posters for sell by Emily's Fund Foundation

Our panel features speakers who are navigating their own path to understanding racism in the USA. These pioneers welcome you to join them as they embark on the challenging journey of learning from mistakes, self-realization, study, and healing

Speakers:

  • Cameron Whitten, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Consultant
  • Rebecca Greenidge, Equity Consultant
  • Sam Sachs, Founder, NO HATE Zone
  • Randy Blazak, Chair, Oregon's Coaltion Against Hate Crimes, CAHC

McMenamins Kennedy School
5736 NE 33rd Ave., Portland
Phone: 503-249-3983 Kennedy School events
Free/All Ages

Newcomers' Welcome: 6:45 pm

Doors open at 6 p.m.; 6:45 pm - 9:15 pm;:

Next month's program:
Tuesday, NOVEMBER 14, 2017
"DON’T SHOOT PDX"

Respectfully,

Donna Maxey, Founder/Director
RACE TALKS
racetalksdonna@gmail.com
971-222-8254

Tim Hills, McMenamins historian
timh@hq.mcmenamin.com


Race Talks
Public & Government Service · Portland, Oregon
971-222-8254

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Sunday
Oct 15
Portland Hip Hop Day 2017
Portland City Hall, 1221 SW 4th

StarChile and City of Portland Presents: Portland Hip Hop Day.

PDX Hip Hop Day is a celebration of Hip Hop cuture in the city of Portland. This will be the 3rd annual Portland Hip Hop Day. Come enjoy great performances from Portland artists and artists that have contributed to the Portland Hip Hop sceen. Have some food and get a taste of Hip Hop culture at this all ages event.

Performers:

Rasheed Jamal

WYNNE

Brookfield Duece & Friends

Fountaine

Hosted by StarChile

Music provided by Dj O.G. One

Food provided by Hana's & Stoopid Burger

NO COVER // ALL AGES

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Thursday
Oct 19
Art Spark: DACA - Informing Our Future - advance RSVP
Toffee Club

October’s installment of Art Spark will take place at Toffee Club, on SE Hawthorne, on October 19th from 6-8 PM. This event we will pair with RACC’s Arts Education Department, including The Right Brain Initiative, to focus on resources for artists engaged in youth mentorship and passing on knowledge for the future success of our community.

Because at this moment the education and future of 800,000 young people in the US are threatened by deportation due to the end of DACA, we also think it is important to use this platform to rally and educate community. Programming will hold space for education and DACA resources.

Community Partners and Featured Organizations for October 19th include Marrow PDX, Latino Network, Momentum Alliance, The Center, Ideal Lax Pdx, Artist & Craftsman Supply North Portland, Young Audiences of Oregon & SW Washington, and artists: Emilly Prado, Heldáy de la Cruz, Ayita Malila Copper Nadir

Join for celebration and education. Music Provided by VNPRT and documentation by Renee Lopez of Miss Lopez Media.

Events are always free, open to the public and all ages. Hosted bar for 21 + while supplies last.

RSVP on the event page and check out our NEW Website: portlandartspark.com

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Saturday
Oct 28
Sanza, A performance by Elizabeth Mputu
DISJECTA, 8371 N Interstate

Elizabeth Mputu presents "sanza" a performance event as part of the closing for "A Situation of Meat," the inaugural exhibition of Disjecta’s seventh Curator in Residence season with Julia Greenway. Responding to his/her exhibited video work "epigenetic therapy treatment" Mputu offers a healing workshop and performance in which the artist engages directly with participants to put forward tools for physical and emotional healing.

Mputu describes his/her work as an opportunity to give the gift of his/her ancestors’ wisdom as guidance in order to better navigate life. Through video, interactive media, and performance, "sanza" reconstructs our notions of well-being, both in the physical and digital space.

FREE and All Ages

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Saturday
Dec 2
Sarah Schulman: Gentrification of the Mind Reading
PICA - Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, 15 NE Hancock @ Williams

In honor of World AIDS Day, the following programs consider the political past, present, and future of art, AIDS, social justice, and queer life, anchoring a three-day series of related events at PICA and PNCA, including a program of newly commissioned films by Visual AIDS (December 1) and a second reading and discussion event with Sarah Schulman on her new book, Conflict is Not Abuse (December 3).

2:00 PM Reading and Talk: Distinguished writer Sarah Schulman (NYC) discusses her thought-provoking book, Gentrification of the Mind (2012), including a facilitated, post-reading discussion and Q&A with d.a. carter, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in gender, sexuality, and Black cultural studies at Portland State University.

This program is curated by PICA’s Roya Amirsoleymani (Director & Curator of Public Engagement) and Kristan Kennedy (Curator of Visual Art), in collaboration with Shawna Lipton, Chair of PNCA’s MA in Critical Studies, and presented in connection with PICA’s fall exhibitions DELTA and DOOMTOWN (curated by Kristan Kennedy) which shine new light on underground art and culture of ‘80s and ‘90s Downtown New York and its Portland parallels.

Co-presented with the Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College and in partnership with the Pacific Northwest College of Art’s MA in Critical Studies and MFA in Visual Studies Programs.

Supported in part by a grant from Oregon Humanities.

All proceeds benefit Esther’s Pantry.

DETAILS Sliding Scale: $0 - $20 - all proceeds benefit Esther’s Pantry (All Ages)

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Panel Discussion of Gentrification of the Mind
PICA - Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, 15 NE Hancock @ Williams

In honor of World AIDS Day, the following programs consider the political past, present, and future of art, AIDS, social justice, and queer life, anchoring a three-day series of related events at PICA and PNCA, including a program of newly commissioned films by Visual AIDS (December 1) and a second reading and discussion event with Sarah Schulman on her new book, Conflict is Not Abuse (December 3).

3:00 PM Panel: Lisa Bates (Professor of Urban Studies & Planning, Portland State University); Sharita Towne (artist and educator) and manuel arturo abreu (artist and writer) will discuss Schulman’s Gentrification of the Mind and its relevance to the intersection of social justice, housing policy, and queer, POC, and artist communities in present-day Portland.

This program is curated by PICA’s Roya Amirsoleymani (Director & Curator of Public Engagement) and Kristan Kennedy (Curator of Visual Art), in collaboration with Shawna Lipton, Chair of PNCA’s MA in Critical Studies, and presented in connection with PICA’s fall exhibitions DELTA and DOOMTOWN (curated by Kristan Kennedy) which shine new light on underground art and culture of ‘80s and ‘90s Downtown New York and its Portland parallels.

Co-presented with the Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College and in partnership with the Pacific Northwest College of Art’s MA in Critical Studies and MFA in Visual Studies Programs.

Supported in part by a grant from Oregon Humanities.

All proceeds benefit Esther’s Pantry.

DETAILS Sliding Scale: $0 - $20 - all proceeds benefit Esther’s Pantry (All Ages)

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UNITED IN ANGER: A History of Act Up Screening
PICA - Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, 15 NE Hancock @ Williams

In honor of World AIDS Day, the following programs consider the political past, present, and future of art, AIDS, social justice, and queer life, anchoring a three-day series of related events at PICA and PNCA, including a program of newly commissioned films by Visual AIDS (December 1) and a second reading and discussion event with Sarah Schulman on her new book, Conflict is Not Abuse (December 3).

4:30 PM Screening: A screening of the documentary UNITED IN ANGER: A History of Act Up, followed by a Q&A with the film’s co-producer, Sarah Schulman, moderated by Stephanie Snyder, the Anne and John Hauberg Director & Curator, Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, and curator of the Cooley’s upcoming retrospective on Gregg Bordowitz.

This program is curated by PICA’s Roya Amirsoleymani (Director & Curator of Public Engagement) and Kristan Kennedy (Curator of Visual Art), in collaboration with Shawna Lipton, Chair of PNCA’s MA in Critical Studies, and presented in connection with PICA’s fall exhibitions DELTA and DOOMTOWN (curated by Kristan Kennedy) which shine new light on underground art and culture of ‘80s and ‘90s Downtown New York and its Portland parallels.

Co-presented with the Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College and in partnership with the Pacific Northwest College of Art’s MA in Critical Studies and MFA in Visual Studies Programs.

Supported in part by a grant from Oregon Humanities.

All proceeds benefit Esther’s Pantry.

DETAILS Sliding Scale: $0 - $20 - all proceeds benefit Esther’s Pantry (All Ages)

Website