Events Calendar Feb. 26–March 4


Tuesday, Feb. 26



Froelick Gallery

Tue–Sat: 10:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.


Terrell James works with the concepts of our oceans’ flow and movement in her abstract pieces.


Emo Nite


9 p.m.


It’s the first Emo Nite of the year so make sure that old My Chemical Romance shirt is clean.

Film & Theater

Come From Away

Keller Auditorium

Feb 26–March 2: 7:30 p.m., March 2: 2 p.m. & March 3: 1 p.m., 6:30 p.m.

$35 & up

Irene Sankoff and David Hein’s musical beautifully tells the true story of 7,000 stranded passengers who were stuck in Newfoundland and the community that welcomed them during the 9/11 attacks.


Immigration Story Swap

Oregon Jewish Museum & Center for Holocaust Education

7 p.m.

$10 ($8 for members)

This is one part of a three-part story series about identity and experience, featuring storytellers Marc Blattner, Rachel Nelson, Sankar Raman and Wafa Almaktari.

Wednesday, Feb. 27


the map is not the territory

Portland Art Museum

Tue, Wed, Sat & Sun: 10 a.m.–5 p.m., Thu & Fri: 10 a.m.–8 p.m.

$17 with student ID

The first in a triennial series, this exhibition features various Pacific Northwest artists who used the region as inspiration for their works.


Dead Meadow, Dallas Acid

Star Theater

9 p.m.

$15, 21+

Zone out to Dead Meadow’s moody, stoner psych rock.

Film & Theater

Jury Duty

Helium Comedy Club

8 p.m.


Some of the funniest comics in the Northwest debate contested topics hilariously, and the audience gets to decide who has the most convincing argument.


82nd Avenue Study

Portland Community College Southeast

6 p.m.


The Bureau of Planning & Sustainability and the Portland Bureau of Transportation invite the community to an open discussion on transportation and zoning actions for the street.

Thursday, Feb. 28


Golden Ones

Littman Gallery

Mon–Wed: Noon–5 p.m., Thu & Fri: Noon–6 p.m.


Mui Easland curated this collection of mixed media works from Mayoly Prado Flores, Ch’áak’ Shaa, Ethan Angeldekao and more.


Beirut, Helado Negro

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

8 p.m.


“Postcards from Italy” soundtracked 2006 for many, so it’ll be a trip down memory lane.

Film & Theater

Compagnie Hervé Koubi

Newmark Theatre

8 p.m. through March 2

$26 and up

The French-Algerian dance company will perform one of their latest works, set to music mixing Algerian melodies with Mozart, Wagner and Fauré.


Gender Affirming Clothing Swap

PCC Southeast Queer Resource Center

9 a.m.–5 p.m.


All shapes, sizes and gender identities are welcome to donate clothes and pick up some new ones.

Friday, March 1


Ceremonial Vestements

Melanie Floods Project

Fri & Sat: Noon–5 p.m., by appointment until March 23


Martha Daghlian uses sewing and embroidery in her works to speak on the struggle of women around the world.


Welles, And And And

Doug Fir Lounge

9 p.m.

$10–12, 21+

Indie singer/songwriter Welles is touring through in support of his latest record Red Trees and White Trashes with And And And to round out the rocking.

Film & Theater

Urban Tellers

The Old Church

First Fridays at 8 p.m. until June 7


Portland Story Theater is having local storytellers share their true tales with pieces perfected through their Art of Personal Narrative workshops.


Changing Landscapes

Pittock Mansion

10 a.m. through March 24


Portland Parks and Recreation and OSU Master Gardener Program give a guided lesson on the physical changes to the property over the last 100 years.

Saturday, March 2



Roll Up Photo Studio

Fri & Sat: Noon–5 p.m. and by appointment.


Thelonious Monk and a whole lot of motivation fueled Israel Hughes to create all of these pieces in under 24 hours.


Sól, Dawn Fades, Karas, Deephaven

Twilight Cafe & Bar

8:30 p.m.

$8, 21+

Ambient black metal that will melt your face off.

Film & Theater

Leonard Cohen is Dead

Imago Theatre

Thu–Sat: 7:30 p.m., Sun: 2 p.m. through March 16


This play actually has nothing to do with the Leonard Cohen you’re thinking of.


Bricks Cascade

Oregon Convention Center

10 a.m. until March 3


It’s a Lego convention! Just make sure you watch where you step since Legos are notorious killers.

Sunday, March 3


“Polyglot Plume” Opening

Carnation Contemporary

6–9 p.m.


Help M. Acoff celebrate the opening of their collection of works focusing on climate change and how corporations contribute to it.


Reptaliens, Surfs Drugs


9 p.m.


Reptaliens do fuzzy dream pop in a catchy and creative way with a stage performance that will trip you out.

Film & Theater

Spare Time

The Spare Room

6 p.m.

Free, every first Sunday

David Mascorro hosts this free open mic sesh for those that feel like they’ve got a funny bone.


Womxn’s March & Rally for Action

PSU Park Blocks

Noon–3 p.m.


It’s obvious why you should go to this.

Monday, March 4


“Highly Vibrational Fruit”

Union Knott

Open by appointment


Musician/visual artist Larry Yes created a series of very bright and colorful 3D pieces.


VHS Collection


9 p.m.

$15–55, 21+

Disco electro-rock that’ll make you groove.

Film & Theater

The Labyrinth

Mission Theater

5:30 p.m., 8:45 p.m., March 5 & March 12: 5:30 p.m.


David Bowie is amazing. The Labyrinth is amazing. The Mission Theater is pretty cool, too.


Barley, Barrels, Bottles & Brews: 200 Years of Oregon Beer

Oregon Historical Society Museum

Mon–Sat: 10 a.m.–5 p.m., Sun: Noon–5 p.m.


It’s no secret that Oregonians are beer-obsessed, and apparently there’s a long history to it.