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The Top 56 Events in Portland This Week: July 25-31, 2022

Oregon Brewers Festival, W. Kamau Bell and Kate Schatz with Megan Rapinoe, and More Top Picks
July 25, 2022
Co-authors W. Kamau Bell and Kate Schatz will chat with soccer star Megan Rapinoe (Go Pilots!) about their new book. (W. Kamau Bell via Twitter)
Portland summer favorites like the Oregon Brewers Festival and the World Naked Bike Ride are happening this week, along with visits from Jimmy O. Yang and W. Kamau Bell & Kate Schatz in Conversation With Megan Rapinoe.

Oregon’s statewide mask mandate has been lifted, venues may have their own health guidelines in place. We advise directly checking the specific protocols for an event before heading out.

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Wavves: 12th Anniversary of "King of the Beach" Add to a List
Former-stoner punk/Wavves frontman Nathan Williams will take a break from his current stint as a Los Angeles landlord to celebrate the twelve-year anniversary of the band's third album, King of the Beach, which is often cited as paving the way for the indie surf rock revival of the 2010s, along with artists like Best Coast, Ty Segall, and FIDLAR. Psych-pop project BOYO and shoegaze-influenced quintet Smut will come along for the ride.
(Aladdin Theater, Brooklyn)



Thief in 35mm Add to a List
This special 35mm screening of Thief pays tribute to late actor James Caan, who was beloved for his depictions of rough-around-the-edges tough guys. Set to an experimental synth soundtrack by Tangerine Dream, Michael Mann's '81 neo-noir flick follows Caan as Frank, a diamond thief on the lookout for one final score before settling down. Of course, a life of crime is never that simple—Frank cozies up to the wrong crowd, leading to a sinister showdown.
(Hollywood Theatre, Hollywood District)


Burning Spear Add to a List
As one of the longest-standing and most influential reggae artists around, Burning Spear (AKA Winston Rodney) began making music in 1969, blending the American soul sounds that he picked up on his radio with traditional roots music from his home of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Now, more than two dozen albums and half a decade later, he’s still touring the world with political anthems like "Marcus Garvey" and "Slavery Days." 
(Roseland Theater, Old Town-Chinatown)

Devin The Dude with Big Cheeko & Willy J Peso Add to a List
I once read a piece about Devin the Dude, aka Devin Copeland, called “Your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper,” and it opens, “Devin the Dude is probably the greatest hip-hop artist you’ve never heard.” It was written in 2000, and in some ways, it still rings true. In this case, you probably don’t think you know him, but you’ve damn sure heard him. See: Dr. Dre’s “Fuck You,” De La Soul’s “Baby Phat,” Devin the Dude’s own “What a Job,” which feels like an Outkast knockoff and actually features Andre 3000 along with Snoop Dogg. Devin has a healthy funkadelic swag to his productions, lyrics that often dwell on his favorite pastime (smoking weed), and a spacey soulful flow. LEILANI POLK
(Star Theater, Old Town-Chinatown)


W. Kamau Bell & Kate Schatz in Conversation With Megan Rapinoe Add to a List
Olympic medalist, author, and activist Megan Rapinoe will join writers W. Kamau Bell and Kate Schatz for this conversation on Do the Work!, Bell and Schatz's new racial justice workbook. If social injustice leaves you with the frustrating question of what you can do about it all, this book is for you—it helps transform feelings of powerlessness into tangible actions rooted in knowledge of American history and social justice concepts. Plus, it's illustrated! Bell and Schatz have peppered the book with activities, quizzes, and a "Separate but Not Equal" crossword puzzle, so thinking critically might actually be fun.
(Powell's City of Books, Pearl District)


LRVS Lecture Series: Aki Onda Add to a List
Japanese sound artist and composer Aki Onda will visit PNCA as part of their low residency Visual Studies program, sharing a public lecture on his (unbearably cool) musical and visual art practices. Onda's practice of collecting "sound memories" has spanned the last three decades—in his ongoing Cassette Memories project, he collects field recordings with a portable cassette recorder, then creates visual works and performances informed by the "diary" of sound.
(PNCA, Northwest Portland)



OMSI After Dark: Surf and Sand Add to a List
Surf's up, adults! This beach-themed edition of OMSI's After Dark series is almost as fun as a day at the ocean, with science demonstrations, boat engineering demos, climate change lectures, tours, sea-themed vendors, and special visits with Una the Mermaid. Breakside Brewery, Bull Run Distillery, and Division Winemaking Company will be on site to keep the libations flowing, and Smokin Fire Fish will offer up Hawaiian grinds like poke and musubi.
(OMSI, Central Eastside)


The Concerts At The Barn Add to a List
This chamber music series promises idyllic views and exquisite tunes with a rotating cast of musicians performing on the lawn of this 200-acre berry farm. This week will kick off with flute prodigy Zach Galatis alongside vocal powerhouse Audrey Sackett with solos and duets from beloved Broadway shows. 
(The Butler Barn at Hoffman Farms, Beaverton)

Music on Main Add to a List
This free outdoor summer music series is back for its 15th year with an impressive schedule of local talent, continuing this week with bluegrass ensemble Jackstraw.
(SW Main between Broadway and Park)


War on the Catwalk Add to a List
Fifty queens from around the world will strut their stuff on the runway in this gag-worthy all-ages drag tour. You'll spot snackable Kornbread, Canadian provocateur Jimbo The Drag Clown, RuPaul's Drag Race UK season three winner Krystal Versace, and dozens more at WAR On The Catwalk, hosted by fishy faves Brooke Lynn Hytes and Miz Cracker.
(Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, South Park Blocks)


Jon Raymond in Conversation With Leni Zumas Add to a List
Jon Raymond, screenwriter for Kelly Reichardt's quiet, reflective films First Cow and Meek’s Cutoff, finds a change of pace in Denial. Set in an all-too-near future rocked by climate change, the thriller follows a gang of ne'er-do-well eco-crook executives in hiding after a wave of trials for crimes against the environment. When a journalist from the Pacific Northwest makes contact with one of the fugitives, things get complicated. Raymond will discuss the book with local writer Leni Zumas, author of Red Clocks.
(Powell's City of Books, Pearl District)

Michael Pollan Add to a List
Michael Pollan has looked closely at the intersections of nature and culture for decades. His past books, including James Beard Award winner The Omnivore’s Dilemma and the critically acclaimed How to Change Your Mind, examine everything from daily food choices to psychedelic research. In This Is Your Mind on Plants, Pollan delves into the attractions and taboos surrounding three "plant drugs"—opium, caffeine, and mescaline—and considers their consciousness-shifting functions across cultures. (As it turns out, our relationships with these plants might be more foundational to our humanity than we realize.)
(Newmark Theatre, South Park Blocks)



Felipe Esparza Add to a List
Comedy veteran, Eric Andre Show funnyman, and ketchup lover Felipe Esparza will hit Helium with more of the casual, drawn-from-life humor for which he's known and loved.
(Helium Comedy Club, Hosford-Abernethy)


Pix Pâtisserie's Movies at Dusk! Add to a List
They've mastered the macaron—why not movie screenings, too? Pix Pâtisserie's summer screenings of film favorites continue this week with Better Off Dead. Tickets to each Thursday night show include prearranged seats, movie trivia, and all the popcorn you can eat!
(Pix Pâtisserie, Kerns)


Cam: The Otherside Tour Add to a List
California-based country queen Cam is known for infusing her classic Nashville style with contemporary pop hooks and fierce lyricism about empowerment. Anticipate hearing tracks off of her 2020 album, The Otherside, which features credits from pop royals like Jack Antonoff, Avicii, Sam Smith, and Harry Styles.
(Wonder Ballroom, Eliot)

Chamber Music Northwest Presents: Seasonal Rhythms Add to a List
The skilled musicians of Chamber Music Northwest will play pieces inspired by the changing seasons, including the world premiere of David Schiff’s grape harvest-inspired work Vineyard Rhythms, Tchaikovsky’s Russian Seasons, and Piazzolla’s Four Seasons of Buenos Aires.
(Patricia Reser Center for the Arts, Beaverton)


Mad Madder Maddalena Add to a List
Isaac Yoder's Mad Madder Maddalena blends reds, pinks, and browns in an earthy interpretation of devotional art. Centering the contentious figure of Mary Magdalene, Yoder used madder plants to create a rusty hue that was popular among textile dyers of medieval Europe. The ancient dye plant blends with glitter, screenprinted text, and Polaroid images for a push-pull between traditional and contemporary mediums, bringing new life to ancient imagery.
(after/time collective, Irvington; closing)



Jimmy O. Yang Add to a List
Whether or not you're familiar with Jimmy O. Yang, you've probably seen him on screen already—the versatile stand-up comic, actor, and writer has appeared in Crazy Rich Asians, Silicon Valley, Love Hard, and Space Force opposite Steve Carell. Hot off a hit Amazon Prime comedy special, Yang is on tour to (hopefully) share more jokes about his dad.
(Newmark Theatre, South Park Blocks)


Dobet Gnahoré Add to a List
Gear up for a feel-good evening of Afro-pop bangers from West African virtuoso and Grammy-winner Dobet Gnahoré, who will play songs from her women's rights-inspired album, Couleur.
(Star Theater, Old Town-Chinatown)

George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic Add to a List
Musical innovator and rainbow-haired legend George Clinton will ignite the stage with his pioneering psychedelic-funk collective Parliament-Funkadelic. Prepare for the show by revisiting their seminal albums like Maggot Brain, One Nation Under Funk, and Mothership Connection. Contemporary soul supergroup The Motet, featuring members of Turkuaz, Fishbone, and Pimps of Joytime, will get the show started.
(Pioneer Courthouse Square, Downtown)

Man Man Add to a List
Frontman Honus Honus and his long-running experimental rock band out of Philadelphia will bring their one-of-a-kind live show back through town supporting their first studio album in seven years, Dream Hunting in the Valley of the In-Between. The band is known for their use of unique instruments, so keep your eyes peeled for sousaphones, marimbas, and even pots and pans.
(Mississippi Studios, Boise)

Red Fang Add to a List
Thrash the night away with a beer-soaked set from the local heavy metal institution, Red Fang, whom Mercury senior editor Ned Lannamann once called "Portland’s sturdiest and most reliable purveyors of full-volume riffs." They will headline in support of their new full-length album, Arrows, alongside Seattle-based heavy metal outfit Big Business and experimental rock trio Tacos!
(Crystal Ballroom, West End)

Zoo Nights Add to a List
The Oregon Zoo is inviting you in after hours for five sun-kissed evenings of local music, enticing food carts, refreshing brews, all-ages activities, and a rare opportunity to catch the animals during twilight. The series continues this week with a performance from old-time and country music scenesters Caleb Klauder and Reeb Willms Country Band.
(Oregon Zoo, Washington Park)


Booklover's Burlesque: A Midsummer's Night Tease (Shakespeare Edition) Add to a List
Any lit lover will tell you that reading can be a truly titillating experience. Booklover's Burlesque agrees, so they're blending on-stage readings by local writers and actors with sexy, empowering performances inspired by each written piece. The showcase includes tantalizing burlesque, boylesque, and draglesque on a bawdy Shakespearean theme, so prepare for an erotic midsummer night.
(Alberta Rose Theatre, Concordia)



Oregon Bigfoot Festival and Beyond Add to a List
The Oregon Bigfoot Festival and Beyond includes a Monsters & Mayhem celebrity guest show with host Mel Skahan of Expedition Bigfoot, talks from paranormal experts, live music, a beer garden and food carts, vendors, and more. Get as weird as you like comparing possible sightings and conspiracy theories with fellow cryptozoologists.
(Clackamas County Fairgrounds, Canby)

Portlandia Mermaid Parade and Festival 2022 Add to a List
If you're a fan of Portlandia, the larger-than-life river goddess sculpture that looms above downtown's Portland Building, you might dig this fin-flapping celebration of Portland's rivers and port history. The Portlandia Mermaid Parade and Festival is a body-positive, family-friendly event that gathers the fantastical creatives helping our city thrive. This year's Pride-centered theme is Rainbow Waters: A Shellabration of Queer Merfolk, so throw on your most colorful aquatic attire and prepare to get soggy (the day wraps up with a fountain-splashing mob dance event).
(Poet's Beach, RiverPlace)


Africa Coast Farm to Plate Dinner Add to a List
Take a jaunt to Sauvie Island and enjoy the sights of picturesque Topaz Farm. Resident "farm-to-plate" Christian Ephrem, who was born in Addis Ababa, will prepare a multi-course, family-style dinner inspired by the cuisine of the African coast, made with farm-fresh ingredients. 
(Topaz Farm, Sauvie Island)


Kamasi Washington Add to a List
Saxophonist/producer/bandleader Kamasi Washington is one of the most renowned contemporary jazz musicians working today. Known mostly for his sometimes-smooth and sometimes-erratic stylings on the tenor sax, Washington has ascended into the realm of world-class artistry; both his studio debut The Epic and its follow-up Heaven and Earth received universal acclaim, and he’s played on an array of important works, like Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly, You’re Dead by jazz fusion artist Flying Lotus, as well as Thundercat’s heartbreak-y space-funk single, “Them Changes.” JENNI MOORE
(Crystal Ballroom, West End)

New Found Glory - 20 Years of Sticks and Stones Add to a List
Bust out your eyeliner and studded accessories from the back of your closet and mosh along to New Found Glory's pop-punk classics like “My Friends Over You” and "Head on Collision" from their breakthrough album Sticks and Stones. Arrive early to catch opening sets from like-minded punks Four Year Strong and Be Well.
(Roseland Theater, Old Town-Chinatown)

The Roots Add to a List
Listen up kids: The Roots’ importance goes wayyyy beyond their role as house band on The Tonight Show. To witness Questlove and Black Thought lead the nine-piece band live is more than just a “good” show—it’s an eclectic, jazz-infused experience that’ll cement Black Thought as one of the most skilled, entertaining, and versatile MCs of all time. If you need further proof of Black Thought’s dominance as a lyricist, head on over to his masterful 10-minute freestyle on Hot 97 with Funk Flex. JENNI MOORE
(Pioneer Courthouse Square, Downtown)

The Stinkfoot Orchestra ft. Ike Willis Add to a List
Fifteen-piece rock ensemble The Stinkfoot Orchestra will perform songs from Frank Zappa's prolific career with help from Ike Willis, the former guitarist and vocalist of Zappa's touring band, who’s best known as the voice of Joe on the 1979 album, Joe’s Garage.
(Alberta Rose Theatre, Concordia)


World Naked Bike Ride Add to a List
Get "as bare as you dare" during the annual bike ride that definitely helps keep Portland weird. The ride aims to highlight the vulnerability of cyclists everywhere and bring attention to society’s dependence on pollution-based transportation. 
(Starting point at Peninsula Park)



The Shining Add to a List
All work and no play makes anyone a dull boy, so head to this outdoor screening of The Shining for a spine-chilling evening under the stars. Stanley Kubrick's slow-burn masterpiece (adapted from the Steven King psychological horror novel) owes at least some of its dramatic effect to the Pacific Northwest—it features the iconic exterior of the Timberline Lodge. Need more convincing? Shelley Duvall is in it. You're welcome. (OMSI, Central Eastside)


Ben Abraham Add to a List
Indie folk songsmith Ben Abraham, whose songwriting chops can be heard on Kesha's Grammy-winning pop ballad "Praying," will take the stage in support of his introspective new album, Friendly Fire. Kindred singer-songwriter Kevin Lee Florence will support.
(Mississippi Studios, Boise)

Calum Scott Add to a List
British singer-songwriter and Britain's Got Talent finalist Callum Scott will bring his tearful pop ballads to Portland in support of his sophomore album, Bridges, which he told Gay Times is his "‘most vulnerable but also confident" work to date.
(Crystal Ballroom, West End)


Kew as a Global Living Museum Add to a List
In our fast-paced, anxiety-ridden world, botanical gardens are often the furthest thing from our minds, but they can be a powerful tool for sharing scientific research, improving education, and enriching visitors' lives. Richard Deverell, director of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and Portland Japanese Garden CEO Steven Bloom will discuss the unique power of local and far-flung botanical gardens as stimulating "living museums" on a rapidly changing planet.
(Portland Art Museum, South Park Blocks)



Curious Comedy Showdown Add to a List
In this Hunger Games-style smackdown, only one comic will survive a series of razor-sharp improv cage matches. Starting with six comedians staging quick scenes, audiences will pick off the riff-raff one by one, leaving one final jokester as the Curious Comedy champion. If you're a Who's Line Is It Anyway? fan, you'll dig this.
(Curious Comedy Theater, King, Friday-Saturday)


Cinema Unbound: Outdoor Movies Add to a List
It wouldn't be summer without an outdoor film screening or two, but PAM CUT bumps up the sweet Portland tradition with funky giveaways, games, and treats. Throughout July, they'll screen a wide variety of movies, then add in extras to amplify the experience—in the past, they've shared spooky stories before a screening of The Babadook and held a BYO stuffed animal sing-along for Sing 2. Ghostbusters (the classic '84 one) hits the screen on July 29, so throw on your proton pack for some "I ain't afraid" fun.
(OMSI, Central Eastside, Thursday-Sunday)

Fire of Love Add to a List
Narrated by artsy auteur Miranda July, this documentary follows the fiery trajectory of French volcanologists Katia and Maurice Krafft. The married pair tracked eruptions the world over, but lost their lives while chasing their passion. (Incidentally, they also looked like they stepped out of a Wes Anderson film.) Director Sara Dosa's Fire of Love was called "blazingly lyrical" by The Los Angeles Times.
(Hollywood Theatre, Hollywood District, Monday-Thursday)

Marcel the Shell with Shoes On Add to a List
"Guess what I wear as a hat? A lentil." Remember Marcel, everyone's favorite demure lil' shell from way back in 2010? Well, he and his googly eye are back to remind us of simpler times in this feature-length film, starring character co-creator Jenny Slate and Isabella Rossellini. The film investigates Marcel's perplexing origins—alongside his pet lint, Alan, he's the survivor of a strange tragedy. But in a twist of fate, a viral video might lead the tiny guy to his long-lost family.
(Hollywood Theatre, Hollywood District, Monday-Thursday)

Middle-earth Film Festival Add to a List
Not all those who wander are lost, so make the epic quest to OMSI for screenings of Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies at the Middle-earth Film Festival. Kicking off with The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on July 22, viewers can take in Tolkien's monumental saga from the very beginning.
(OMSI, Central Eastside, Tuesday-Sunday)

Nope Add to a List
Modern horror mastermind Jordan Peele dips his toe in science fiction in his newest flick, blending his penchant for spooky social commentary with something a little more alien. Nope follows Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer as ranch-owning siblings whose lives in quiet inland California are rocked by sudden encounters with unidentified flying objects.
(Cinema 21, Nob Hill, Monday-Thursday)


Oregon Brewers Festival 2022 Add to a List
The state's biggest beer festival offers a plethora of choices, with 40 beers and two ciders from Oregon producers. To stoke your FOMO, 80% of the featured beers are either exclusive to the festival or brand-new releases.
(Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Downtown, Thursday-Saturday)

Portland Mercury's Summer of Slushies 2022 Add to a List
The coolest, most delicious event of the summer is finally here! The Merc and Jim Beam present Summer of Slushies, which brings boozy, frozen, custom-made treats to the frugal and thirsty denizens of Portland at just $6 a pop.
(Various locations, Monday-Sunday)

Tualatin Valley Cocktail Week Add to a List
Tualatin Valley will celebrate its diverse food and drink scene with its first-ever cocktail week. Enjoy special libations from 24 participating bars and restaurants and cast a vote for your favorite—you'll be entered in a drawing to win a gift card to the winner.
(Various locations, Monday-Saturday)


WasabiCon PDX Add to a List
If cosplay and anime make your ears perk up, don't miss this pop culture celebration of all things "geek." WasabiCon PDX, a two-day convention, offers all the fun stuff you expect from a typical 'con—expect celeb guests and star cosplayers, art exhibitors, gaming, and more. (Attendees can show off their cosplay chops, too, at the main stage competition and lip sync battle.) Bring the kiddos along for daytime events, or pop by in the evening for programming planned for adults.
(Hilton Portland, Downtown, Saturday-Sunday)

Wizarding Weekend at Kennedy School Add to a List
Calling all wizards! Take a break from the muggle world at this magical weekend in celebration of Harry Potter's birthday. Organized by "wizard activists" PDXpelliarmus, this event helps raise funds for Basic Rights Oregon and collects books for local teachers and children. Whether you hail from Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, or Slytherin house, attendees can take part in a horcrux hunt, Hogwarts student portraiture, costume contests, and trivia. Magical vendors will hawk their wares in Diagon Alley and Knockturn Alley, and the butterbeer will be flowing to keep your thirst magically quenched.
(McMenamins Kennedy School, Concordia, Friday-Sunday)


Chamber Music Northwest 2022 Summer Festival Add to a List
Chamber Music Northwest will flex a wide-ranging repertoire of concerts for a five-week festival with highlights including “Terroir” (A Sense of Place), Seasonal Rhythms, and Shades of Impressionism.
(Kaul Auditorium at Reed College, Monday-Sunday)


A-WOL Dance presents Art in the Dark Add to a List
A-WOL Dance Collective's annual Art in the Dark performance series is an innovative blend of contemporary dance and aerial feats, showcasing local aerial artists in a unique forest setting under the stars to original music composed and presented by electronic musician Eastghost.
(Mary S. Young Park, West Linn, Thursday-Sunday)

Golden Girls Live Add to a List
Thank you for being a friend! Local drag faves Honey Bea Hart and Loretta Lordchild will reinterpret two episodes of the classic show on stage. They'll throw in some corny '80s commercials and a live rendition of the theme song for good measure. 
(Funhouse Lounge, Hosford-Abernethy, Thursday-Saturday)


Jennifer Georgescu: Mother Series Add to a List
Photographer Jennifer Georgescu's Mother Series hones in on the fraught experience of new motherhood, complete with grueling labor, insomnia, and surprising moments of tenderness. Grappling with motherhood as a physical embodiment of growth and decay, Georgescu's dark, subtly gothic photographs are reminiscent of the Dutch vanitas tradition.
(Blue Sky Gallery, Northwest Portland, Wednesday-Saturday; closing)

Forces of Nature: Ecology in Japanese Prints Add to a List
Natural imagery is a longstanding tradition within Japanese art of all forms—for centuries, artists in Japan have pondered the relationship between humans and their environment. In Forces of Nature: Ecology in Japanese Prints, Japanese artists grapple with more recent ecological disasters, including the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami and the Fukushima nuclear disaster. This series of prints, including vibrant works by pop artist Aoshima Chiho, ranges from frank depictions of everyday life to dystopic visions and dreamy abstractions.
(Portland Art Museum, South Park Blocks, Saturday-Sunday; opening)

Kelli Connell: Double Life, 20 Years Add to a List
Kelli Connell's large-scale photographs are surprisingly tricky—they appear to depict two women in a relationship, but are actually digitally manipulated images of the same model doubled. With a focus on the layered, fluid nature of selfhood, Connell's long-term photographic project Double Life, 20 Years creates believable stories pulled from everyday situations, inviting the viewer to consider their own dualities and complex inner worlds. 
(Blue Sky Gallery, Northwest Portland, Wednesday-Saturday; closing)

The Repository and The Queens of Rain Add to a List
Marjorie Dial and Victoria Haven are the latest artists to install dual solo exhibitions at PDX CONTEMPORARY ART's fresh space in Slabtown. Dial's The Repository consists of ceramic vessels inscribed with poetic, meditative, and fragmented texts; each vessel reflects on intimacy, reason, hope, and the preservation of knowledge. Haven's The Queens of Rain is comprised of six "painted drawings," each rendered in shiny metallics and abstracted to provoke a sense of the void. 
(PDX CONTEMPORARY ART, Slabtown, Tuesday-Saturday; closing)

Seeing You/Seeing Me: Conversation Add to a List
Japanese artist Mami Takahashi's multidisciplinary art practice includes photography and installation, but she focused on performance in 2014, creating daily works that encapsulated her sociocultural experiences in the United States. The project, Seeing You/Seeing Me, has since expanded to include participatory elements in multiple US locations. 
(Carnation Contemporary, Kenton, Saturday-Sunday; closing)

Unattended Add to a List
Artist, Adidas brand designer, and Carnation Contemporary co-founder Russell Borne grapples with the passing of time in Unattended. Time has a way of feeling both abstract and like an omnipresent force in our lives—we all know the DMV can feel like three hours, while a great movie flies by. Borne digs into the wide variety of temporal experiences we experience in this solo exhibition. The details are still under wraps, but expect a series of narrative-driven objects.
(Carnation Contemporary, Kenton, Saturday-Sunday; closing)

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