Things to do in Portland this weekend (12/2/11): Japanese Prints and Purebred kittehs

The Artist’s Touch, The Craftsman’s Hand : Three Centuries of Japanese Prints from the Portland Art Museum will be on display through January 22, 2012. The exhibition features a selection of 250 prints that spans centuries of Japanese printmaking, including the work of such artists as Harunobu and Hokusai.

The selection is from the collection of Mary Andrews Ladd, whose donation of 750 prints in 1932 started the Museum’s interest in Japanese printmaking. The collection has since grown to “more than 2,500 works and spans from the lat 17th century to the present day” (according to PortlandArt Museum’s website). For more information and images of some of the prints on display, check out their website:

Address:1219 SW Park Avenue,Portland,Oregon97205.

Hours:  Tues and Weds, 10am – 5pm; Thurs and Fri, 10am – 8pm; Sat and Sun, 12pm – 5pm

Phone: 503.226.2811


Lewis and Clark 40th Annual Cat Show. Cats, cats, and more cats? This Saturday the Lewis and Clark Cat Club will be hosting a show at the Lloyd Center Double Tree Inn that will give visitors an opportunity to see over 200 “rare and beautiful cats – from the West Coast and Beyond” and over 30 different breeds (see here for more information). There will also be purebred kittens and adult cats available for sale. For all you cat lovers or just curiosity seekers out there, don’t miss this! Bring your camera and don’t forget to come back and tell us about it!

Address: Lloyd Center Double Tree Inn,Portland,OR,97232

Hours: Saturday, December 3rd, 9am – 4pm.

Phone: 503-222-7823


What did I miss? What are you planning to do this weekend?


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