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  • Holiday Hours

    Starting November 15th we will be open 10am - 8pm, Friday - Saturday. 

    November 14th we will be open 10am - 8pm because it’s second Thursday on Mississippi Avenue, a night full of art and fun. 

    November 28th is Thanksgiving and we will be open 10-3 pm

    November 14th we will be open 10am - 8pm because it’s second Thursday on Mississippi Avenue, a night full of art and fun. 

    We will be open on December 23 from 10am - 8pm

    And on Christmas Eve, December 24th 10am - 6pm

  • Join us Friday, November 8th at 6pm for an artist’s reception for the opening of HOME: The Original Papercuts of Nikki McClure

  • Emily Winfield Martin’s new book launch party for Dream Animals!

    November 2nd, 2013 at 3pm. 

  • Sunday, October 20th from 2-3pm.

    We’re excited to host our good friend Matthew Porter for a reading and signing of his new children’s book The Thunderbolt Express.

    Monkey World: The Thunderbolt Express is a magical adventure that involves a flying train and a cast of funky monkeys dressed in suits, suspenders, and bowler hats.

    More information »

  • Emily Martin, The Deep Green Sea
    Opens Friday, October 11, 2013 at 6pm.
    Runs through November 3, 2013

  • If Not For Kidnap Poetry Reading
    with Alyssa Morhardt-Goldstein, Georgia Wood, Jessalyn Wakefield, and Julia Clare Tillinghast 

    Saturday, October 26, 2013 @ 7:30 p.m.

    Alyssa Morhardt-Goldstein is a seven-year transplant to NYC, currently adventuring in PDX. She received her MFA in poetry from The New School, and her BS in classical vocal performance and literature from Mannes Conservatory. She has been published in Front Porch, Saudade, Prick of the Sprindle, and was selected by Matthea Harvey as The New School’s 2012 Chapbook Contest winner in poetry. She is the founding editor of SOUND: a daily literary magazine on contemporary musico-poetics, an associate editor for Rattapallax, a contributor to Luna Luna Magazine, and worked as the VP of design and program development for the Poetry Society of New York.

    Georgia Wood, a northern California native, moved to Portland, OR in the summer of 2005. She  spends time cultivating her interests in poetry, guitar, and the spanish language. Currently, Georgia is attending Linfield College to complete a degree in nursing. In 1997 she won an award for writing a poem about a Blue Bird. After a celebratory 13 year hiatus she started writing poems again in late 2010.

    Jessalyn Wakefield lives on public lands and food stamps. You can find her at amihuman.net.

    Julia Clare Tillinghast is from Michigan. She studied poetry at Sarah Lawrence College and Virginia Tech, where she received her MFA. She has spent a number of years, on and off, living in Istanbul, Turkey, and is Co-Translator, along with Richard Tillinghast, of Dirty August, a Selected Poems of the experimental 20th-century Turkish poet Edip Cansever. In addition to translations in Agni, Guernica, The Boston Review, Crazy Horse, Arts & Letters, Poetry Daily, Verse Daily & others, she has had or has forthcoming poems in Rattle, 3:AM Magazine, Passages North, Sou’Wester, Pank, and The Bakery. She lives in Portland with her son, Hamza.

    The event starts at 7:30pm at Land Gallery, located at 3925 N Mississippi Ave. Admission is free and open to all.

  • Design Week Portland is here!

    During one week in October, Design Week Portland explores the process, craft, and practice of design across disciplines as seen through the lens of our city’s most vibrant independent programming.

    The gallery will be dark all week (the shop will remain open) as we prepare for Emily Winfield Martin’s opening on Friday, October 11th at 6pm.

    Tons of great events going on »

  • Tonight!

    Saturday, October 5th at 7pm

    Pay-what-you-can at the door $7-$15.

    Professional storyteller Elizabeth Lord presents her one-woman original storytelling show: Personal Ad.

     ”Chubby, Smart, Blonde, SWF 5’4” seeks opportunity to fall in love, decide not to get married or have children, reveal all closeted skeletons, become truly intimate, build intense mutual appreciation, decide we need more than the other person can give, part amicably, and booty call each other for the next three years. Or not. What do you want?”