Barbara Peacock’s exhibit at Blue Sky Gallery takes a cultural and anthropological look at the living conditions of different Americans based on their bedrooms. Courtesy of Barbara Peacock

Events Calendar July 9–15

Tuesday, July 9 Art Audubon to Autobon Multnomah Arts Center 9 a.m.–9:30 p.m. Free Gene Flores’ hand-colored etchings of exotic birds and human-bird hybrids confront mankind’s abuse of nature.  …

Queer Opera Kickoff Concert

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBkoVJH0F9I The Queer Opera Kickoff Concert held on May 7 is a special event to celebrate LGBTQ stories through opera and art song. Proceeds from ticket sales will help produce...

There is no right way to be gay

The LGBTQ+ is a marginalized community that in times of animosity cannot turn against itself. Self-identity and labels are not up for debate. Queer people must be careful to not…

A Black Arts Party

Reed College hosted its 2nd Annual Black Arts Festival and Black Indigenous People of Color (BiPOC) Community Marketplace on Feb. 23, and it was the most popping celebration of Blackness…