The paintings of local artist Betty Chilstrom will be shown this May, with an opening during First Friday in Portland’s Central Eastside Arts District. The collection includes numerous Portland houses, buildings, bridges, trains, and cityscapes. Chilstrom, who has been painting for 55 years, captures each subject in a colorful storybook-like setting. Come find out if your house is in the show! Some proceeds go to the Architectural Heritage Center with a portion going to the Buckman Historic…See More
Japanese folk textiles present a wonderful diversity of regional traditions. This presentation includes rare items such as a banana-fiber kimono, a sashiko embroidered jacket, and futon covers adorned with phoenixes, lions and gunboats.1219 SW Park Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97205.www.portlandartmuseum.org503 226 2811See More
Over 200 SE Portland artists show and sell their paintings, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, pottery, yard art, metal work, collage, encaustic, glass and textile works in the Southeast neighborhood of Portland, Oregon. See and meet artists in their native environments in their homes, studios and businesses. The event is free!Walking/Biking maps are available online and at neighborhood businesses.See More
$5 after 5pm Friday nights at the MuseumEvery Friday from 5pm – 8pm, we invite you to play with us—to have a different Museum experience—a little bit more relaxed, more interactive, and more social experience. Admission is just $5 after 5pm.Here’s what we have in store.Beer and pizza in the pop-up pub.Unique tours and games—like slow looking and Game of Thrones tours.Twitter and Instagram happenings like photo booths and Twitter takeovers.Art Guides—friendly folks ready to answer questions and…See More
You know who you are. You're the culinarily curious, the palate adventurer, always on a quest for memorable delights. And Portland food carts are your fast track to taste budvana. If this describes you, jump on and share your tips and tastes.