Things to do in Portland: (11/18/11) “75 Gifts for 75 years” and Buying Gifts at the “Cheap but Good” Books Art Sale!

If you haven’t already had a chance to visit the Museum of Contemporary Craft’s current exhibition, “75 Gifts for 75 years,” now is the time.  The exhibition honors the generous donations of collectors throughout thePacific Northwest and elsewhere who have donated works to the museum that have been added to their permanent collection.  These works help serve to document craft and contextualize it within the art world and world at large since 1937. Go and get inspired to make, to create, and to debate!

Address:724 N.W. Davis St.,Portland,OR97209

Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Tue-Sat, open until 8 p.m. First Thursday;

Phone: 503-223-2654

URL: www.museumofcontemporarycraft.org

This Sunday the Book Arts Department at the Oregon College of Art and Craft will be hosting its annual fall “Cheap – But – Good” Book Arts Sale!!! The Sale runs from 10am – 3pm, Sunday, November 20th.

Student, instructor and alumni-made items starting at $1.00 (possibly even cheaper!) include: letterpress-printed cards, handmade booklets, journals, business card holders, broadsides, posters, artist books, decorated paper, paper samplers, book cloth remnants and more. Proceeds benefit the Student Workshop Fund.

Don’t miss this! It’s a great way to find those special, handmade holiday gifts for that somebody special!

Address:8245 SW Barnes Ave.,Portland,OR97225

Hours: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, November 20th.

Phone: 503-297-5544

URL: http://ocac.edu/#/events/calendar/2011-nov20-ocac-book-arts-department-sale/


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