Which Portland neighborhood do you call home? Or, are you Moving to Portland?
Portland transplant alllll the way from Florida
now a local artist here on alberta st...I've finally found home!
designer artist musician filmaker
you can find me and my artcart on last thursdays around 16th -17th st displaying very affordable pen and ink and oil paintings inspired by the bountiful beauty here in NE portland
What do you love about Portland?
Uh!!! what's not to love!!??
the free piles- the artist support - the preserved natural beauty- the great live and let live and community attitudes
What's your favorite Portland neighborhood and why?
ALBERTA!! because it's home for my mind and heart
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My apologies for not replying to your email sooner. Regarding your question, obviously it is too late to give you a timely reply, however for the future all questions of this kind can be found at www.artonalberta.org. My understanding was that it was AOnA's intent to have a space for those artists who were unable to pay the Booth Fee, however I do not know where this was or will be in the next season.
As the Art On Alberta Art Hop has grown in size and popularity many merchants have complained of the "free artists" who have shown up on their sidewalks impeding foot traffic. Additionaly there has been the issue of who is responsible for the "free artists", meaning if someone was hurt or a police problem arose as are result, was AOnA responsible for policing the "free artists". This is part of the reason why more and more artists are being requested to use booths. However the "free artists" (regardless of they were MBA Grads from PNCA, or a couple of kids down the block selling their Grandma's knitting) were always a part of the Alberta Street event and AOnA was loathe to loose them.
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