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VACILANDO

VACILANDO

Vacilando began as a solo vehicle for guitarist John Shepski. He wanted to create an environment where a song could live and breathe in a space of its own, expanding and contracting as the surroundings (the room, audience, mood) dictated. Mix in Juniana Lanning’s ambient soundscapes and atmospherics that surround […]

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Mary Jo Cook’s new painting

Mary Jo Cook’s new painting

 is from her “Water Garden”series. She and Linda Olson-Osterlund show their new work at the 12×16 Gallery, 8235 SE 13th Ave. No. 5 through August 30. First Friday reception is August 7, 6 to 9 pm and a reception for the artists is Sunday, August 9, at 2 pm. www.12x16gallery.com

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Astromusik

Astromusik

Astromusik is a new book exploring the mystery of musical communication itself. SE author  Ezra Sandzer-Bell attempts to name and describe a psychic technology operating beneath the threshold of awareness, by which musical meaning is created and shared. In Sandzer-Bell’s early musical family. his father played piano and his mother […]

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Karuna Contemplative Living,

Karuna Contemplative Living,

1725 SE Hawthorne Blvd.  hosts a monthly art exhibit featuring the works of Portland’s meditation and yoga practitioners. The work of Jay Stewart opens August 6 with an opening reception from 6 to 8 pm. Stewart works in a variety of media. She has studied at Pacific Northwest College of […]

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Austin folkie DAISY

is a-rambling around the wild west this summer, writing a song a week along the way. Home schooled on a farm, young Daisy O’Connor saved money to buy her first guitar by selling sheep. Recently her EP “Do Be Do” has emerged. The title song is a co-write between O’Connor […]

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ARCO-PDX

ARCO-PDX

(the Amplified Repertory Chamber Orchestra of Portland), presents classical orchestral and chamber music with a 21st century attitude Sunday, August 9 at Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison St. The show is Discordia, a concert of daring works by 20th and 21st century composers, including the U.S. Premiere of Lamento & Toccata […]

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Music Millennium’s Customer Appreciation BarBQue

Saturday August 8 11 am  to 6 pm That means live music from JT Wise, The Earnest Lovers, The Cool Whips, The Dischords, Hilldogs and the Mc Fadden Project. Listen to the bands, Spin the Wacky Prize Wheel (everyone wins), and eat all kinds of food from our amazing neighborhood […]

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Buzz and Duck Holland

Duck (left) and Buzz Holland

Buzz Holland began a professional musician life forty years ago as Frank Goodman of The Goodman Brothers; a 70’s Philly quintet with his brother Billy Goodman of Berlin, and guitarist Steve Kimock, the globally famous guitarist. These days you can find him performing with his bassist/partner Duck Holland and occasionally, […]

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Make BOOKS Not War

Ever wanted to design and make your own books? You need a unique Book-making Workshop to show you how and conveniently, there’s a two-day course offered September 11 and 18, 7 pm – 9:30 pm in a beautiful studio in Inner SE Portland. Instructor Ila Rose is a Willamette Valley […]

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Portland Open Studio Artist Preview at MUSE ART

Get an advance preview of the fall season’s Portland Open Studios event at Muse Art and Design, 4220 SE Hawthorne Blvd. every Saturday and Sunday in August between noon and 5 pm as Portland Open Studios artists work on their art in the store. The public is invited to meet […]

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