“PCM is proud to present g͠lͮi̔t᷾c̝h̳, a pop-up exhibition of 35 new media artists organized by arts collective Peripheral Forms. On Thursday, Sept. 22, g͠lͮi̔t᷾c̝h̳ will take over PCM’s lobby, showcasing work on PCM’s TVs that plays with a “glitch” aesthetic, exploring the beauty of pixelation, visual “noise” and other digital image imperfections.
G͠lͮi̔t᷾c̝h̳ features an international grouping of artists, including Aaron Oldenburg; Alex Hovet; Anneli Goeller; Beau Torres; Brandon Bauer; Carlos Rene Pacheco; Caspar Below; Russell Chartier and Paul Botelho; Claire Burelli; Donna Kuhn; Turing Torso; Esstro9 and Eduardo Markodzay; Eric Souther; Filipe Afonso; g1ft3d art; Gabriel Junqueria; Hannah Edward; Jm Rolland; Jody Zellen; Joe Hedges; Justin Lincoln; Matthew Gualco; Mighty Kongb0t and Stereout; Nicholas James Lockyer; Michel Ducerveau; Peter Whittenberger; Rachelle Beaudoin; Rebecca Uliasz; Samantha Harvey; Samantha Winfrey; San Ferlinghetti; Sevgi Tan; Tara Youngborg; and Ullrich Klose.”
Portland Community Media, 2766 NE MLK.
“Join Bus Riders Unite as we take our Low Income Fare Equity (LIFE) report to the TriMet Board of Directors! If you’d like to sign up to give testimony, please contact Orlando @ 503 774-4504, or email email@example.com
Portland’s union of transit riders proposes that TriMet implement a reduced price fare for low-income riders. Our LIFE plan comes from analysis of other cities, breaking down TriMet’s budget, and is rooted in the needs of transit-dependent people of color and people with low incomes.
– A fare reduction for low-income riders to help make the new electronic fare system accessible
– A program available to anyone making less than 200% of the Federal Poverty Line
– Expand the definition of “Honored Citizen” rather than creating a new fare.
– Partner with social services agencies to verify income
– The fare reduction should remain in effect for two-years after a rider signs up
– A low-income fare should be in addition to, and not replace, existing programs that support transportation access.
Bus Riders Unite!
Transit is a human right!”
8:30 – 10 am, on Wednesday September 28th, at Portland Community Media, 2766 NE MLK.
Portland Tenants United says: “Join us to hold the landlord lobby accountable at Oregon’s largest landlord lobby trade show. We must raise the cost of raising the rent so we can #KeepPDXHoused”
“Do not stay on the sidelines we need you to speak out!!! Demand statements from our political leaders…. How do they expect us to support and trust them when they REFUSE to Speak Out Against this Continued VIOLENCE against Black Lives In America!!
Invite Everyone to this EVENT!! This is a Protest and We NEED YOU!!”
5229 NE MLK Boulevard.
City Commissioner Dan Saltzman, forever asleep on the job, apparently didn’t realize that tossing the empty King/Parks lot to out-of-town developers (see: Development Commission’s inane and dangerous decision to give the Vanport lot to Majestic Realty) would result in any controversy. Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives disagreed, and…
How a backroom deal helped Portland dodge another gentrification controversy
For more on the history of the black community in Seattle’s Central District, go out and find Quintard Taylor’s book, The Forging of a Black Community: Seattle’s Central District from 1870 through the Civil Rights Era.