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Events in Portland Tomorrow and over the Weekend

Posted on June 8, 2018 by admin in News

Here’s a snapshot of some local events happening Saturday, June 8th. For details or more events in the Portland area, check out PDX Monthly Event Calendar.

Daesha Devón Harris & Cinthya Santos-Briones

12:00 PM FREE Blue Sky

Blue Sky features work by Daesha Devón Harris and Cinthya Santos-Briones, winners of the 2018 En Foco Photography Fellowship—a program designed to support ex…

Linoleum Flowers

12:00 PM FREE Ori Gallery

For two weeks, Lo Smith and Nadia Wolff—both black queer artists living in Providence, Rhode Island—separately pondered the prompt: “How does a flower become…

Julie Green

EDITOR’S PICK   FREE Upfor Gallery

The Oregon artist, known for her “Last Supper” series illustrating the meal requests of death row inmates, visits similar themes in her newest exhibit, In Fo…

SPECIAL EVENTS

Racing to Change: Oregon’s Civil Rights Years

12:00 PM FREE–$11 Oregon Historical Society

The Oregon Black Pioneers—a nonprofit dedicated to African American history—curate a new exhibit about the ’60s and ’70s in this state, from protest movement…

THEATER

Fences

2:00 PM and 1:00 PM $34 Portland Playhouse

For Fences, the seventh August Wilson play staged by Portland Playhouse, the Northeast Portland theater company taps Obie-winning director Lou Bellamy to hel…

Fallout

EDITOR’S PICK  2:00 PM $10–20 Imago Theatre

Count on Imago Theatre cofounder Carol Triffle to milk the end of the world for off-kilter humor. The playwright, known for fever-dream absurdity, sets her l…

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

EDITOR’S PICK  2:00 PM $25–45 CoHo Theatre

Language is loaded—perhaps especially when it comes to sex and gender. Alice Birch’s play, presented here by Third Rail, blasts open those complications. “Ka…

I and You

7:30 PM and 2:00 PM $25–50 Morrison Stage: Artists Repertory Theatre

There’s no greater glue to unite two seemingly incompatible teenagers than a deep analysis of Walt Whitman’s “Song of Myself,” right? In this drama by Lauren…


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