Portland’s late fall visual arts season is packed with offerings that are sure to cause double-takes. Options include a behind-the-scenes look at local (and Oscar award-winning) stop-action animation studio, Laika, and a trip into the mind (and mouth) of rockstar Wayne Coyne (of Flaming Lips fame). Check out Oregon Arts Watch’s picks for the late fall 2017 visual arts season in Portland!
Late fall visual arts picks
The season's local visual arts picks will make you look twice.
By Oregon Arts Watch | Dec. 8, 2017
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