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The Top 57 Events in Portland This Week: June 13-19, 2022

Juneteenth Oregon, Portland Pride Waterfront Festival & Parade, and More Top Picks
June 13, 2022
Dress in your rainbow finest for this weekend's Portland Pride Waterfront Festival & Parade. (Portland Pride)
Between Pride celebrations and Juneteenth (Sun June 19), there's a lot of community building to tap into this week, from Juneteenth Oregon's 50th Annual Celebration to the Portland Pride Waterfront Festival & Parade and from Andrew Bird and Iron & Wine to Cirque du Soleil: Alegría in a New Light. For more ideas, check out our Juneteenth guide.

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Cephalopod Movie Night Add to a List
Octopus, squid, cuttlefish, and nautilus squad, rise up! (We know you're out there.) For Cephalopod Movie Night's tentacled evening of programming, attendees can cephalo-brate the cephalo-sational creatures (sorry) with an evening of "cephalopod cinema classics" and discussions with squid smarties. Annie Lindgren, director of PSU's Center for Life in Extreme Environments, and Mea Songco, UO graduate student and octopus researcher, will answer all your burning cephalo-questions. (Can they explain why this squid is so cute?)
(OMSI, Central Eastside)


Monstro Menagerie: The Snatchers Add to a List
This delightfully devious drag show lurks within the spooky realms of Star Theater, so join them for some broody, blood-suckin' fun. Presented by Dean Hunter, the creator of Oregon's longest-running goth night CHURCH OF HIVE, and hosted by "sleazy Manpyre" Bobby Lugosi, Monstro Menagerie presents a drag cast of seriously creepy creatures. But vvvait! They're taking it one step further with a nod to early 20th-century horror shows by screening Portland cult classic The Snatchers after the drag performances. The avant-garde flick follows a cult of demon-worshipping genderqueer assassins. Sick!
(Star Theater, Old Town-Chinatown)



Fantastic Negrito Add to a List
Back in 2016, Stranger writer Andrew Hamlin wrote: "Fantastic Negrito is a man who waded through a failed record deal and then climbed out of a hospital bed after a near-fatal car crash, saying “fuck you” to the permanent physical damage and going to work growing weed. Then he started playing music again. He’s just a little bit angry. Who wouldn’t be?" Catch up with the R&B/blues star as he supports his brand new album, White Jesus Black Problems, inspired by his family's history of resilience and defiance in 1750s colonial Virginia.
(Aladdin Theater, Brooklyn)

Primus: A Tribute To Kings Add to a List
Legendary oddballs Primus have been at it for roughly a quarter of a century, cranking out unclassifiable rock in the world of carnival punk, funk metal, and prog-rock. On this tour, they will put on their classic rock hats and homage to legendary trio Rush with a performance of their 1977 album A Farewell To Kings in its entirety. Once that's over, they'll treat you with some of their original material. 
(Edgefield, Troutdale)

Slipknot: Knotfest Roadshow Add to a List
Y2K nu-metal dark lords Slipknot are bringing their renowned Knotfest Roadshow to town with West Coast hip-hop legends Cypress Hill and rap-punk duo Ho99o9.
(RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater, Ridgefield)



Minority Retort presents Kaseem Bentley Add to a List
LA-based comic Kaseem Bentley, whose debut album LAKEVIEW was named one of the best Black comedy albums by Paste in 2020, will headline this no-rules evening of laughs. TC Benitez, Ronnie Macaroni, and Jamal Coleman will join Kaseem for the show presented by Minority Retort, Portland's leading stand-up comedy showcase for Black and brown comedians. 
(Siren Theater, Old Town-Chinatown)


WITCH (We Intend To Cause Havoc) Add to a List
Gio Arlotta's too-cool documentary follows the journey of Zamrock idols WITCH (We Intend To Cause Havoc), whose unique '70s sound blended the Stones with Black Sabbath, James Brown, and traditional African bush village songs. If you're a fan, you won't wanna miss this screening—former WITCH lead singer Jagari will offer a live Q&A after the film. He's had a fascinating life, leaving the band before its disco era to work as a gem miner, then hitting the road again for a little more rock n' roll.
(Hollywood Theatre, Hollywood District)


Ben Folds with the Oregon Symphony Add to a List
Gen X hero and alt-rock prophet Ben Folds will join the Oregon Symphony for orchestral renditions of songs from his three-decade-long career.
(Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, South Park Blocks)

Syd Add to a List
Singer-songwriter/producer Syd is known for her seemingly effortless R&B vocals both as a solo artist and head of the neo-soul group The Internet, as well as initial success in Odd Future, a music collective featuring fellow hip-hop/soul innovators Tyler, the Creator, Frank Ocean, and Earl Sweatshirt. Syd will perform just after the release of her sophomore album, Broken Hearts Club, after fellow R&B singer and YouTube star Destin Conrad.
(Wonder Ballroom, Eliot)



Neil Hamburger with J.P. Incorporated Add to a List
Weirdo meta-comic Neil Hamburger has performed in a Hollywood cemetery and an abandoned monkey cage at a dilapidated Catskills zoo—such is Gregg Turkington's commitment to his strange, tuxedoed alter-ego character with a greasy comb-over. Called "a rude commentary on stand-up comedy altogether” by The New York Times, Hamburger's act doesn't aim to please, but leaves audiences with a little taste of anti-comedy genius. If you're into Tim Heidecker, you'll probably dig this.
(Mississippi Studios, Boise)


Kishi Bashi Add to a List
Kishi Bashi, a pseudonym for multi-instrumentalist and former of Montreal violinist Kaoru Ishibashi, will take the stage just after the 10th-anniversary re-release of his acclaimed orchestral pop masterpiece 151a.
(Wonder Ballroom, Eliot)

She & Him Add to a List
Twee is cool again, didn’t you hear? The partnership between singer-songwriter/actress Zooey Deschanel and country-folk soothsayer M. Ward is coming just in time with their candy-sweet retro sound that defined 2010s indie pop.
(McMenamins Grand Lodge, Forest Grove)


Not Another D&D Podcast Add to a List
Are you an orc paladin or a halfling cleric? What's your fave campaign setting? Whether you're a first-level fighter or a purple dragon knight, chances are good that you'll enjoy Not Another D&D Podcast, led by DM Brian Murphy and an adventurous co-hosting crew of D&D players. Join them for a live D&D play podcast episode and get the campaign rolling.
(Aladdin Theater, Brooklyn)


BETTY: A queer dance party featuring Detox Add to a List
Detox, the self-described "most killingest crossdresser on the planet," will steal the show for this Pride-ful dance party. Join the RuPaul's Drag Race season five and All Stars season two contestant for a night of queer grooves, complete with DJ sets by Freak Daddy and Veruca and additional drag performances by Mona Chrome, Angel Darko, Zander, and Ruby Delish. Fierce!
(Produce Row Cafe, Buckman)

Colors of Love Party - A Pride Event at Migration's Glisan Pub Add to a List
Party late into the evening with a live DJ and drink specials from LGBTQ-owned Shine Distillery, plus dishes like fried Twinkies, steamed mussels, a tomato and peach salad, and "F**k Filet" crispy chicken sandwiches (a delicious dig at a certain homophobic fast-food chain).
(Migration Brewing Co., Kerns)

History of Black Drag in Portland: An Evening of Conversation & Performance Add to a List
This evening of conversation and performance celebrates Juneteenth, Pride, and the history of Black drag in Portland with a discussion panel featuring drag greats Lawanda Jackson, Cicely, Maria Peters Lake, and Sheniqua Volt, plus dazzling drag performances by Coco Jem Holiday and Nay-Nay Leakes Cartier. DJ No.Bi.Es will set the mood.
(McMenamins Kennedy School, Concordia)


Live Wire with Luke Burbank: Chuck Klosterman, Dylan Marron, and Making Movies Add to a List
Lauded culture critic Chuck Klosterman's newest book, The Nineties, reckons with slacker apathy, glossy magazines, MTV, and more. He'll chat with "Love Warrior" Dylan Marron, whose social experiments connect clashing online strangers in moderated phone calls. Latinx rockers Making Movies will round out this edition of Live Wire, sharing their roots by performing with instruments like the Panamanian mejorana.
(Revolution Hall, Buckman)



Masters of Lager Add to a List
Eight Oregon breweries, including Von Ebert Brewing, pFriem Family Brewers, Wayfinder Beer, Zoiglhaus Brewing, Occidental Brewing, Heater Allen Brewing, Rosenstadt Brewery, and Foreland Beer, will vie for the honor of being proclaimed the champion Master of Lager. Try a blind tasting of all 16 lagers and cast your vote for your favorite. Each entry will also be available by the pint.
(Imperial Bottle Shop and Taproom, Richmond)


Barenaked Ladies – Last Summer on Earth 2022 Tour Add to a List
Canada’s Barenaked Ladies are, in the words of esteemed Stranger music critic Dave Segal, "the aural equivalent of khaki trousers." They are also extremely successful rock musicians who have managed to swing themselves onto the nostalgia circuit for sold-out tour stops for the last few summers. They'll be joined on their Last Summer on Earth Tour by Gin Blossoms and Toad the Wet Sprocket.
(Edgefield, Troutdale)

Indigo Girls & Neko Case Add to a List
Prepare yourself for an evening of soaring vocals, heartworn lyricism, and all-around folk perfection as longtime duo Indigo Girls and beloved singer-songwriter Neko Case headline this outdoor show. Anticipate hearing songs from the Indigo Girls' 2020 album, Look Long, and archival material from Neko Case, who will be supporting her career-spanning collection, Wild Creatures.
(Pioneer Courthouse Square, Downtown)

Lithics, Gen Pop, and Hot Gum Add to a List
Portland-based minimalist post-punk quartet Lithics, who released their latest album Tower of Age back in 2020, hit the stage for the first time in two years along with punk bands Gen Pop (from Olympia) and Hot Gum.
(Mississippi Studios, Boise)

Mansionair Add to a List
Australian indie-electronic trio Mansionair, who you may have seen opening for pop heavies like Carly Rae Jepsen, Florence and the Machine, or CHVRCHES, will serve up a much-deserved headlining gig in support of their glossy new album, Happiness, Guaranteed, which as the band explained, took shape during writing sessions at an "isolated cabin and a farmhouse off an abandoned freight line."
(Aladdin Theater, Brooklyn)

STRFKR Add to a List
Led by frontman Josh Hodges, the Portland-originating synth-pop jewels STRFKR will circle back home with their highly danceable grooves alongside kindred spirits The Undercover Dream Lovers and Das Kope.
(Roseland Theater, Old Town-Chinatown)


Fariha Róisín Add to a List
Fariha Róisín's Who is Wellness For? asks some questions that seem particularly pressing in the yoga-and-herb-loving town of Portland. The writer, a Bangladeshi Muslim, struggled to assimilate into an Australian community growing up, and later discovered that the United States had coopted many of the customs and foods of her native South Asian culture. So, in an appropriative industry revolving around whiteness, who is wellness really for? Róisín analyzes this in her new book, which contains elements of profound personal narrative and deep journalistic investigation.
(Powell's City of Books, Pearl District)


Rose City Book and Paper Fair Add to a List
Maps! Rare tomes! Miscellaneous paper ephemera! Now that we've got your attention, you won't wanna miss this book and paper fair of unusual goods from dozens of vendors. You'll find local faves like Belmont Books, Revolutions Bookshop, and Monograph Bookwerks on site, plus folks you may not have heard of, like travel- and adventure-focused Timbuktu Books and rare sci-fi purveyors Cross Genre Books. (Doubletree Hotel, Lloyd District)



Summer Solstice Festival Add to a List
Call in the new season at this too-cool festival of drag performances, face and body painting, artist talks, raffles, and dance. Expect buzzy musical performances by The Showgoers, Edd Party, and others, plus old-school ice cream pops by Heightscream and a professional photo booth. Visitors can also snag first-come, first-serve tickets for the pre-event drag brunch or tattoo popup, but they'll sell out quickly!
(Parallax Art Center, Pearl District)


Freadom Festival Add to a List
Presented by the Prose Before Bros book club, the first annual Freadom Festival celebrates Juneteenth with a focus on Black literacy, liberation, and community. The first-of-its-kind festival spotlights literacy's role in the liberation of Black people from slavery in the United States, and aims to uplift BIPOC-centered stories. Lit lovers will find a community book swap, talks with local Black writers, book vendors, and a zine-making station, plus good eats from Erica's Soul Food, Drink Mamey, Ghetto Nostalgia, and more. (Bring a tote bag for your book haul.)
(Peninsula Park, Piedmont)

Juneteenth Oregon 50th Annual Celebration Add to a List
Juneteenth Oregon's annual event celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Join grand marshal Chief Sara Boone as she leads a parade down Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Following the parade, a joyous festival with live music, food, and vendors awaits with featured performers including Jay Electronica, Tahrirah Memory, BridgeCity Soul, Mic Capes, and more.
(Lillis-Albina Park, Eliot)


Andrew Bird and Iron & Wine Add to a List
Indie-folk top-dog Andrew Bird has had a busy couple of years with an acting role on FX’s Fargo and the release of multiple acclaimed works, including the Grammy-nominated, politically-charged 2019 album, My Finest Work Yet. He will support his upcoming release, Inside Problems, for a double-headed show with fellow acoustic giant Iron & Wine. Expect to hear some tunes from his last solo full-length, Beast Epic, as well as other finger-picked tear-jerkers you may remember from the various Twilight movies.
(Pioneer Courthouse Square, Downtown)

Bright Eyes Add to a List
The long-time indie-rock outfit led by prolific singer-songwriter Conor Oberst will play songs off of their 2020 album, Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was, which collages electronic, orchestral, and acoustic instruments with passionate lyricism that Pitchfork described as “as personal as they are apocalyptic.” A recent show in Houston ended with fans taking over the microphone after Oberst walked off stage, so expect the unexpected.
(Edgefield, Troutdale)

Halsey: Love and Power Tour Add to a List
Pop superstar Halsey will stop by in support of If I Can't Have Love, I Want Power, her concept album about “the joys and horrors of pregnancy and childbirth” with notable production from Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross of Nine Inch Nails. Indie pop group The Marias and TikTok star Abby Roberts will open things up.
(RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater, Ridgefield)


The Dollop Live Add to a List
The Dollop deep dives into American history, but it's anything but dry. Since 2014, each episode has revolved around strange and unusual American historical accounts described by host Dave Anthony and discussed with his friend and co-host, comedian Gareth Reynolds. Hilarity ensues. Lovers of weird history and off-the-cuff humor resonate with the podcast—The Dollop counts Patton Oswalt and My Favorite Murder hosts Georgia Hardstark and Karen Kilgariff among its fans.
(Revolution Hall, Buckman)


Gaylabration 2022 - decaDANCE Add to a List
Gear up for "the biggest party of Portland Pride weekend" with DJ Deanne playing bouncy beats until the wee hours of the morning alongside LED hula hoopers, laser lights, and an airbrush body painting station.
(Crystal Ballroom, West End)

Pink Elephant Cabaret Pride Celebration Add to a List
A gaggle of gorgeous LGBTQIA+ performers will primp for Pride at Pink Elephant Cabaret, a saucy, bohemian celebration of love. The comedy, burlesque dance, and theater showcase will be set to the sweet sounds of Scarlett Siren & The Howlin’ Tramps. Expect a boundary-pushing trip to a bygone era that's lavish, luxurious, and a little lurid.
(Mission Theater, Northwest)

Portland Gay Men's Chorus Presents: Let’s Get Proud Add to a List
Celebrate Pride with the sweet sounds of The Portland Gay Men's Chorus, who will lift your spirits with choral renditions of pop tunes centered around "self-love, reflection, and celebration" (think: Whitney Houston, Gloria Gaynor, Cher, Dolly Parton, etc).
(Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, South Park Blocks)

Pride on the Plaza Add to a List
Frolic around Portland's Pride Plaza where Scandals will have live music from Don't Tell Mary and the Scandals Sunday Jazz band, local DJs, and artists displaying and selling their art. If you'd like to party with a bit of exclusivity, a nominal cover will get you a spot on Scandals' patio, with all proceeds going to the nonprofit Peacock Productions and Audria M. Edwards Scholarship Fund.
(Pride Plaza, West End)



Tenacious D Add to a List
Jack Black and Kyle Gass’ Tenacious D is back on tour, firing up crowds around the globe with their signature fusion of classic rock and comedy that they’ve coined “mock rock.” Musical Pagliacci clown Puddles Pity Party will get the laughs flowing.
(Pioneer Courthouse Square, Downtown)


BLACKOUT // INTERSECTION starring Mo Heart Add to a List
The BLACK OUT party returns, celebrating "everything and everyone that lies on the intersection of Black and gay." Performances from Isaiah Esquire, Kimber Shade, Slutashia, CarLarans, Dahlia Kash, and Android Allure will get you hyped for a featured performance from Dragula's Maxi Glamour and headliner Mo Heart. DJ Michael Morris will oversee the decks as you hit the dance floor and shake it in a twerk competition. Allies who are dedicated to centering Black queer folks at this event also welcome.
(Bossanova Ballroom, Buckman)



Portland Pride Waterfront Festival & Parade Add to a List
After a two-year COVID hiatus, the beloved Pride Waterfront Festival and Parade will return with a unifying, rainbow-tinted message of equality (and a whole lot of fun, too). On Sunday, get loud and proud with queer folks and allies at the Portland Pride Parade Add to a List  in celebration of love and equality.
(Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Downtown, Saturday-Sunday)

Pride Pics Add to a List
LGBTQIA+ films hit the big screen in this outdoor film experience on the waterfront. Sit back with a bevvy and a picnic blanket for curated films each evening and decompress for a good cause—donation-based ticket proceeds benefit the community service work and programming of Pride Northwest. Saturday's screening includes a round-up of short films spotlighting social justice. The Glorious Ones celebrates uplifting moments in the lives of queer, lesbian, and non-binary Black women, while For Love looks closely at the impact of immigration on a relationship. On Sunday, the Oregon premiere of Being Bebe will dig into drag star BeBe Zahara Benet's hard-fought road to success.
(Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Downtown, Saturday-Sunday)


It’s Not Over: Forty Years of HIV/AIDS in Oregon Add to a List
It's 1981, and a strange new disease is causing respiratory attacks and unusual skin cancers in otherwise healthy young people. Soon linked to gay men, HIV/AIDS fueled a fire of fierce discrimination. In Oregon, activists formed organizations like Cascade AIDS Project and Our House of Portland to offer support. Nonetheless, HIV/AIDS killed over 700,000 Americans between 1981 and 2021. 4,613 of them lived in Oregon. This exhibition centers the work of Cascade AIDS Project and Our House of Portland as a reflection on 40 years of HIV/AIDS in our state.
(Oregon Historical Society, South Park Blocks, Monday-Sunday)


Portland Beer Week Add to a List
The annual celebration of all things beery and beautiful in the Pacific Northwest returns in grand style, stretching the definition of "week" to encompass 10 whole days, and sprawling all over the city like a freshly shaken can of lager popped with no regard, featuring a wide range of events at notable breweries and venues.
(Various locations, Friday-Sunday)

Vegan Crawl: 28th Avenue Restaurant Row Add to a List
Taste vegan dishes and summery drinks at Boxcar Pizza, Canteen, Epif, and The Sudra on this plant-based food crawl. Get stamps on your passport from each location for a chance to win gift cards to all four.
(Various locations, Thursday-Saturday)


Casa Valentina by Harvey Fierstein Add to a List
Tony-winning actor, screenwriter, and playwright Harvey Fierstein penned this Broadway play, which follows a gaggle of guys who congregate at a Catskills resort to dress and act like women. Based on a true story, the group of white-collar business bros with female alter-egos must decide whether it's worth going public with their hobby, risking personal ruin amid '60s-era discrimination.
(Twilight Theater Company, Kenton, Thursday-Sunday)

Cirque du Soleil: Alegría in a New Light Add to a List
A reimagining of one of Cirque du Soleil's most iconic productions, Alegría plays with surreality, humor, and joy, cultivating an infectious magic that the French Canadian performance company has perfected for decades.
(Expo Center, North Portland, Thursday-Sunday)

The Music Man Add to a List
Gather 'round for barbershop harmonies and surprising romance! A cast of six women and non-binary performers and instrumentalists will bring this contemporary interpretation of the Tony-winning musical The Music Man to life.
(CoHo Theater, Northwest Portland, Thursday-Sunday)

Opacity of Performance: Takahiro Yamamoto Add to a List
Opacity of Performance, Portland-based choreographer Takahiro Yamamoto's new dance installation,uses collaborative methods to investigate the impacts of visibility and attention on an extended performance. Throughout the European art wing at the museum, three performance areas divided by curtains will allow dancers to hide and reveal themselves, creating ever-changing experiences of the solo works performed in these spaces. In this way, Opacity grapples with the tensions inherent to being seen or unseen, which relates to wider themes of control, otherness, and repression.
(Portland Art Museum, South Park Blocks, Thursday-Sunday)

Ring of Fire, the Music of Johnny Cash Add to a List
The Man in Black comes back to life in this toe-tapping musical. You'll hear all of Cash's soulful hits—“I Walk the Line,” “A Boy Named Sue,” “Ring of Fire,” and more—and learn about his rowdy, raucous skyrocket to success, too. Ring of Fire, the Music of Johnny Cash paints a jangly portrait of Cash's life and salutes the singer-songwriter's musical legacy.
(Winningstad Theatre, South Park Blocks, Thursday-Saturday)

Walking Through Portland With A Panther: the Life of Mr. Kent Ford Add to a List
Don Wilson Glenn's solo play honors the legacy of Kent Ford, a renowned Black Panther Party member who co-founded Portland's chapter of the '60s-era Black empowerment organization. The play offers important cultural context for the neighborhoods in which we live—incorporating archival footage and storytelling, Walking Through Portland With A Panther helps audiences rediscover the lost history of Panthers in the area and their crucial activism. If you want to meet Ford face-to-face, you just might be able to—at 79, he still offers occasional walking tours in Northeast Portland.
(Portland Playhouse, King, Thursday-Sunday)

Weekend at Bernie's Add to a List
Throw on a Hawaiian shirt for this sick '80s adventure. You know the story—in Weekend at Bernie's, two dudes try to play it cool because their boss, Bernie Lomax, totally isn't dead, like, at all. This silly stage production stars some of Portland’s best comic talent and brings back the iconic film's mob bosses, beach babes, and speedboat hijinks.
(Siren Theater, Old Town-Chinatown, Thursday-Saturday)


Story Party: True Dating Stories Add to a List
No matter what kind of shenanigans have gone down in your love life, it could always be worse. At least, that's the claim Story Party makes with their sold-out shows of dating storytelling from professionals and brave audience members. Whether you're cringing or laughing, Story Party is bound to feel like weird dating catharsis, so swipe right on this one.
(Curious Comedy Theater, King, Wednesday-Thursday)


Dinolandia Add to a List
Whimsical illustrator Mike Bennett presents his latest installation, a two-story immersive museum filled with illustrated life-size dinosaurs. Who needs a trip to Jurassic Park when we've got Dinolandia in the heart of Portland?
(710 SW Yamhill St., Downtown, Tuesday-Sunday)

El Césped del Otro Lado (The Grass on The Other Side) Add to a List
Photographer Luis Manuel Diaz highlights the complexities of immigration and post-migration consciousness through lenses of the familial and the everyday in El Césped del Otro Lado (The Grass on The Other Side). The exhibition touches on mundane ritual, relationships, and the American dream with black-and-white photographs that are gentle, vulnerable, and profound all at once. 
(Blue Sky Gallery, Northwest Portland, Wednesday-Saturday)

Fool's Gold Add to a List
Artist and educator Jodie Cavalier is a noteworthy name in the Portland scene—the PNCA MFA grad also teaches at the school, and has exhibited extensively both locally and internationally. In Fool's Gold, Cavalier reflects on her grandfather's death through a series of ceramic objects and works on paper made from natural materials. Pulling from her grandfather's stories and memories, Cavalier's works serve as a meditation on the complexity of loss.
(HOLDING Contemporary, Pearl District, Friday-Saturday)

Lee Kelly: Yucatán Revisited: Memorial Exhibition Add to a List
Lee Kelly, a monumental sculptor whose works can be found in gardens and museums in Oregon and beyond, was a major figure in the 20th-century Pacific Northwest art scene. This memorial exhibition showcases Kelly's sculptures and works on paper, reflecting on the modernist works he made right up until the last year of his life. In Yucatán Revisited, visitors will find Kelly's Cor-Ten steel sculptures, bronze forms, and works inspired by the artist's extensive travels in the Yucatán Peninsula.
(Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Pearl District, Tuesday-Saturday)

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