The gentlemen who started the social practice project Fallen Fruit in Los angeles in 2004, David Allen Burns and Austin Young, speak about their project this afternoon. The project has spread to other cites and there are independent projects like it in Portland. Fallen Fruit is also the inspiration for a show currently at the Museum, W+K and around town. Tickets required and are available in advance at the Museum box office or online. Fallen Fruit talk portlandartmuseum.org/event/fallen-fruit-artist-talk/?instance_id=25668 at the Portland Art Museum www.pam.org 1219 SW Park 2PM Members free, Adults $19.99, Students & Seniors $16.99
Jessica Jackson Hutchins has a retrospective show at the Lumber Room. Accompanying the show is a book published by Container Corps. This afternoon they celebrate the book release. The artist has done an excellent job exporting her work from Portland, which we laud. At Container Corps www.containercorps.com 800 SE 10th 3PM-5 Free
Six is nine.
Six is an evening of electronic music for six channels performed by six musicians, one at a time. It is the ninth year. Musicians this year are Solar Drift, Paul Dickow + Marcus Fischer, Jetfinger, Ethernet, Gummy and Wndfrm.
The the audience occupies the center space between speakers. In past years, the audience has brought their own blankets and pillows.
This year the event is at PSU. Six www.six.pdx in the Shattuck Hall Annex, 1914 SW Park Avenue, at the corner of SW Broadway and Hall on the PSU campus 6PM Free
Ragas cleave to time of day. There are some for mornings, some for day and some for night. Fire Comes to Earth is an evening of night ragas. Michael Stirling sings, David Jacob plays tabla and Lucy Stirling accompanies on tambura. Advance tickets on the Sun Gate website. At Sun Gate Studio www.sungatestudio.com 2215 NE Alberta Doors 8:30PM, performance 9-11 $15-15
Many artists will be enjoying the Columbia River Gorge today, culminating in a meetup at the Portland Women's Forum State Park overlook in Corbett. It's a celebration of water in a way. Bring tea and snacks. www.facebook.com/events/987165748022259/ at the Portland Women's Forum State Park oregonstateparks.org/index.cfm?do=parkPage.dsp_parkPage&parkId=119 3PM-5 Free