Welcome to the group. If you have an interest in photography you should check out Northwest Center for Photography and the i witness gallery. The i witness gallery features work created by photographers from the Northwest exclusively. This includes work by seasoned and emerging professionals, as well as student photos created during Center workshops. The current DUALITY exhibit features 50 photos taken by award winning photographers Randy Olson and Melissa Farlow during 50 assignments for National Geographic Magazine, and runs through the end of April.
Jed Conklin’s TURNING CORNERS photo exhibit will be opening Friday, May 6 from 6-9 p.m—and his artist’s talk will be Saturday, May 7 from 2-3 p.m.
Gallery hours are Tue-Fri, noon-6pm and Sat from 1-6pm. The gallery is open late (From 6-9pm) for the First Friday Gallery walks and is located at 1028 SE Water Avenue, Suite 50, Portland—housed in the Northwest Center for photography (NCP) located in the Water Avenue Commerce Center building.
NCP workshops cover everything related to image making —from the moment of exposure to the art of presentation and everything in between. Workshops are designed for digital, film or video or B&W wet processing in our darkroom. NCP’s team of professional instructors—all passionate about photography—is committed to advancing the challenged and challenging the advanced. NCP believes having fun while learning is essential to the creative process and our goal is to provide a range of workshops suitable for the broadest audience—whether being taken for personal enrichment or if one is pursuing a career.
We need your help in putting on The Alberta Street Fair, one of Portland’s most beloved neighborhood street festivals, in a day featuring an eclectic collection of activities celebrating the diversity and uniqueness found only on Alberta. With a wide variety of volunteer opportunities available (from serving beer in one of the beer gardens to helping with children's activities!), there's bond to be something you'll love doing. Most volunteer shifts are 3 hours long. In addition to helping put…See More
This exciting new exhibit explores the construction and design of windows throughout history with an emphasis on local companies, artisans, and products.Industry and Artistry focuses on the years 1880 to 1930 when art glass and millwork manufacturing were at their heights in Portland and the United States. Many of the windows on display, including some beautiful stained glass, were salvaged by our founders, Jerry Bosco and Ben Milligan from buildings demolished in the 1960s and 1970s.The…See More
Chef Johnny Nunn of the acclaimed Verdigris restaurant will serve a delicious multi-course dinner hosted by the Jarvis family at their waterfront home and orchard on Sauvie Island. Wine provided by Owen Roe winery.100% of proceeds support Portland Fruit Tree Project's efforts to make fresh, healthy food available to all.Cost: $75.00*Location details available upon registration.See More
Join us for Multnomah Village's Fourth Annual Northwest Wine and Food Festival! Over 35 superb NW wine and food stars will provide an afternoon of wine tastings paired with sweet & savory bites. Enhance your wine tasting skills with the unique interactive aroma sampling exhibit. Practice finding aromatic elements in your glass. Guests will taste wines and chat with our local winemakers and chefs. Purchase bottles of the wines you love to go! Check out the great wineries here! …See More
Join us for a fun, casual gathering of women to learn more about becoming a gestational surrogate. Pizza and salad will be served with an open bar.HEN: Saturday, July 30, 2016TIME: 6:00PM - 8:00PMWHERE: Lucky Labrador Tap Room 7675 SW Capitol Hwy Portland, OR 97219Please RSVP here to let us know you will attend!The team from All Families Surrogacy (most of whom are…See More
Finding Place depicts the imaginations and aspirations of youth from Syria and Gaza who have been forced to flee their homes because of violence. The exhibit demonstrates how Mercy Corps and aptART partner to engage youth in activities that not only help them process the trauma of displacement, but brings flashes of bold color and hope inside the confines of refugee camps and…See More
BodyVox and Chamber Music Northwest return for their eighth collaboration in Death and Delight. This season BodyVox takes on the retelling of The Bard's "Romeo and Juliet" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream," created by BodyVox Artistic Directors Ashley Roland and Jamey Hampton paired with the exceptional playing of Chamber Music Northwest's pianist Melvin Chen and Protégé artist Hilda Huang. See More