In this So Much Together workshop, participants explore how collaboration across mediums and creative backgrounds can lead to innovative processes and expressions in our art and lives. Presenters Manya Yana and Gabriel Barrera will share their own creative practices as writer /poet, visual artist, social justice advocates, and mentors for other BIPOC artists.
Oregon Poet Laureate Anis Mojgani will read his poetry at Art Center East as part of the exhibit “Living Rural: Poetry in Fiber.” The exhibit features fiber arts and jewelry from artists in Eastern Oregon.
Lidia Yuknavitch on the future of literature and art in Oregon and beyond. Interview by Alex Behr.
Leah Altman reflects on revolutionary decolonization, ownership, and power.
Art influences society by changing opinions, instilling values, and translating experiences across space and time. How can you use art to talk about what you feel is right or wrong? Join Pepe Moscoso for a conversation that invites participants to intimately explore their feelings, sentiments, and experiences and how to use art as a medium to turn thinking into doing.
Gathering Inspiration from the Natural World
A reading, talk, and panel followed by a screening of United in Anger: A History of ACT UP
This free, facilitated reading group is part of PICA's World AIDS Day Program.