Jubelale 2013 Artist Slideshow

Before the Jubelale season comes to an end, we want to share the slideshow that this year's artist, Avlis Leumas, put together. It's always interesting to see how the artist brings their concept to life and to know what inspired them along the way. We hope you enjoyed this year's amazing artwork as much as you enjoyed the beer. Long live Ollie. Cheers!

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Disjecta Gallery upcoming events

Disjecta's art and performance space in the Kenton district of Portland is sponsored in part by Deschutes Brewery, and this October they have a whole host of events coming up. Up next is Culture Machine. Click here for an events listing.

Mickey Smith a true waterman, athlete and artist

Relentless Energy presents Short Stories, a challenge to recognised core sports and music filmmakers...

The first Short Stories film, by renowned photographer and bodyboarder Mickey Smith, explores his world as a true waterman - both as an athlete and artist, and is called The Dark Side of The Lens.
 

Slinkachu and the little people

The British artist takes hand-painted train model characters and places them in somewhat familiar, yet always slightly disrupted, scenarios that are cute, clever, funny, and intriguing, all at once.

See more here.

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Art, Bravely Done, Slinkachu

Images from Lauren Withrow - we wish we could have done this at seventeen

Lauren Withrow Images Photography

Lauren Withrow is a senior at high school in Dallas, TX. She is seventeen years old and her work is stunning. That is all.

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Art, Images, Lauren Withrow, Photography

An exhibition of nineteen century hand-colored Japanese photographs - June show

The Ampersand Gallery & Bookshop, at 2916 NE Alberta Street, Portland, OR., has a June show featuring these amazing hand-colored Japanese photographs.

Disjecta Art Gallery

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Since 2000, this Portland contemporary art hub has been creatively provoking, exploring, inspiring and sticking sharp elbows in the ribs of cultural complacency.

Originally hammered out of an abandoned Masonic Temple Disjecta exposed a void in accessible exhibition space, housing more than 500 shows, ushering in 3,000 artists and more than 30,000 patrons.

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Art, Disjecta, Bravely Done

Tim Brenner

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BRAVELY DONE: Have you always done silkscreen printing as your metho

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Art, Music, Bravely Done
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