Things to do in Portland (12/09/11): an informal gallery talk at the Lumber Room and Dig A Pony!

There will be an informal gallery talk at the Lumber Room for “Interior Margins” this Saturday December 10th. Beginning around 11am the curator Stephanie Snyder and Founder Sarah Miller Meigs along with several of the artists, including OCAC’s drawing and painting instructor, Michelle Ross, will engage in a dialog about the exhibition. This is sure to be an exciting event and an interesting conversation!

Gallery hours continue through January 30th, Thursday – Saturday, 11am -6pm.

More information about the exhibition can be found here:

http://www.art-agenda.com/shows/interior-margins-at-lumber-room-portland/

Address: 419 NW 9th,Portland,Oregon, 97209

Hours:  Thursday – Saturday, 11am -6pm.

URL: www.lumberroom.com

Treat yourself to a drink and an order of “four cheese macaroni with caramelized onion & jalapeno” at Dig A Pony, possibly one of the hottest bars in Portland right now.  They have awesome live DJs every night, playing a wide variety of kinds of awesome – freakbeat, funk, soul, punk, post punk, fusion, gospel, and anything else you can think of. Check out their amazing listing of DJs from last month here. So if you haven’t already checked out DAP or you have (and obviously know what I’m talking about), give yourself permission to have a great time and go this weekend!

Address:736 SE Grand Avenue

Hours:  Every day, 4pm – 2:00am

Phone:  971 279-4409

URL: http://digaponyportland.com/

Blog: http://digaponypdx.tumblr.com/

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