Upcoming Cultural Events

2017

A Good Yarn Gathering, Dates Announced!

Join the first A Good Yarn gathering at IRCO (10301 NE Glisan St, Portland, OR 97220)  on  June 20th, July 11th or July 18th, from  9 :00-10:30 AM. This is a great opportunity to learn how to knit.

Additional October dates to be announced later this year.

Dance Out Loud presents “Resistance” Choreographer’s Showcase on Saturday, June 10, and Sunday, June 11, 8PM

“Resistance” is presented by the directors of Rejoice! Diaspora Dance Theater, Bang Bang Boogie and Axé Didé with support from Center Space and the Multnomah County Cultural Coalition.

A platform for Independent Artists featuring: Jocelyn Edelstein, Sheyla Mattos, Wolfbird, Subashini Ganesan, DonnaMation, and Rejoice! Diaspora Dance Theater.

Dance Out Loud is a platform for independent artists to present works with the intention to push boundaries of any dance form. Dance Out Loud’s mission is to present a diversity of artists that approach traditions in a contemporary way.

When: Saturday, June 10 and Sunday, June 11, 8PM

Where: Center Space || 420 SE 6th Avenue Portland, OR

Tickets: Online $12 (danceoutloudportland.brownpapertickets.com)

 

St. John’s Art Constitutional on June 3 from 9 am – 2 pm

The Art Constitutional will take place in the St. Johns neighborhood. It is a family-friendly event that joins the St. Johns Farmers Market to activate the St. Johns neighborhood by bringing together art, music, and food. The Art Constitutional offers a distinct combination of arts and crafts vendors, art demonstrations, a community art project, and multi-cultural musical performances.
Arts/Crafts Vendors: connect and shop with local artists and crafts people including painters, illustrators, jewelry designers, woodworkers, fabric artists, glass artists, and more. Some will be doing live demonstrations!

Music/Performances: enjoy music from St. Johns locals and a diverse array of genres. Thank you to Multnomah County Cultural Coalition and the Oregon Cultural Trust for supporting our diverse musical performances this year!

Katelyn Convery
Roosevelt High School Jazz Band
Huayra Lucas
Tevis Hodge Jr.
Aztec Meditation Through Movement
Community Happiness Art Project: We want to know what makes St. Johns residents happy. We’re asking residents to paint their own canvas flags with a representation of what makes them happy. The canvas flags will be collected and displayed at neighborhood events and during the September Art Walk.

The next Art Constitutional will be Saturday, September 9th and will follow the similar format and will feature dance demonstrations, Irish music, a reggae band, and more.

 

Multnomah County Cultural Coalition