Friday, May 28, 2004

First Thursday June 2004 at its best with artist-designed miniature golf course and tournament. What will artists from Seaplane, the Wieden+Kennedy 12, Cinco Design, HOLST Architecture, Junktown Allstars and many more create? Be there free 5-8, $4 after 8. 5-10 Rebecca Guberman-Bloom's paintings may lead you into a strange world tugging at subtle emotions of unknown origin. Free 5-8 This gallery is not a personal favorite. This month though, see PNCA professor Arvie Smith's large paintings, unique to Portland, showing the influence of his time in New Orleans. Bright. Free 5-8:30 Group photo show of out of towner's - see biggies like Thomas Ruff, Alfredo Jaar, Vanessa Beecroft and Nan Golden. See, learn. Free Ensconced in a glam space in Old Town, the FI is promoting Portland fashion design. The showroom design, contents and management will rotate periodically – see it now 5-8PM free Jen’s tiny gallery and crafty-vixen-design-object space is always a dependable art hit. The art prices are always affordable, the art lovable. This month Targets and Trophies pairs a NY artist with Portland’s Kim Hamblin 5-9:30ish Free The gallery upstairs is always fun with locals to artists from Japan 5-9:30ish. Free