I’m in a Documentary, Come Watch the Premier for Free

July 1st, 2010
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What happens when a bunch of great kids from the Metropolitan Learning Center make a documentary about contemporary artists (like moi) living and making art in Portland?

ART: PDX

The Whitsell Auditorium ; Portland Art Museum ; Wednesday, July 7th, 2010 ; 7 PM

This spring the Young Filmmakers Program partnered with Metropolitan Learning Center students to produce a series of documentary vignettes that provide a current look at contemporary artists living and making art in Portland. The result is 10 portraits of individuals working in various mediums, from fashion to painting to conceptual art. Led by filmmaker Andy Blubaugh, subjects include fashion designer Adam Arnold, sculptor/media artist Evertt Biedler, sculptor/conceptual artist Bruce Conkle, actor/dancer Carlos Alexis Cruz, illustrator/graphic novelist Daniel Duford, painter Tamara English, multidisciplinary artist Abraham Ingle, conceptual/multidisciplinary artist Mack McFarland, painter Lorna Nakell, and photographer Ann Ploeger. I haven’t seen it yet, but I’m sure it will be cute/embarrassing. Come watch it and share in my mortification!

ART: PDX Premier

The Whitsell Auditorium ; Portland Art Museum ; Wednesday, July 7th, 2010 ; 7 PM

FREE

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