Acts of Recognition

Jerome Bel – Cedric Andrieux posted by: Seth Nehil A man stands alone on a well-lit… Continue Reading

Daisy St. Gare

Mike Daisey: The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs Washington High School Gare St. Lazare… Continue Reading

The Eagle’s Progress

Dayna Hanson: Gloria’s Cause Posted by Seth Needler Exuberant, enigmatic, energetic, effervescent, enthralling, enticing, and at… Continue Reading

Glorious Oz

Dayna Hanson: Goria’s Cause Winningstad Theater posted by: dirtybombpdx I don’t know that the American Revolution… Continue Reading

First Love/Last Love

posted by Mead Hunter If you love Samuel Beckett — and what’s not to love, right?… Continue Reading

To Dance or Not to Dance?

Cedric Andrieux, choreographed by Jerome Bel Posted by Seth Needler Andriex’s performance of this piece by… Continue Reading

Rufus + Symphony = Hallelujah

Rufus Wainwright, Classical Rufus, in Concert with the Oregon Symphony Conducted by Carlos Kalmar Posted By:… Continue Reading

A Dancer’s Story

Jérôme Bel, Céderic Andrieux Posted by Ariel Frager A simple concept, really; Jérôme Bel’s piece, Céderic… Continue Reading

SIT-DOWN VIDEO ART, AND DOILIES

Charles Atlas/William Basinski & Extreme Animals @ THE WORKS Posted by: Forrest Martin Strangely, we’re at… Continue Reading

we are TBA:10

NOONTIME CHAT: TBA in a Nutshell Friday, September 10, 2010 12:30 pm -1:30 pm Posted by:… Continue Reading

surf punk vs. puppets

Japanther vs. Night Shade Thursday, September 9, 2010 10:30 pm -11:30 pm Posted by: Nicole Leaper… Continue Reading

Tearing Down The Big Top

It looked like black and white footage from the toppling of some dictatorship–wild crowd surge ripping down the wall. That’s when I realized it was a live feed and the audience inside was, in mass, pulling down the scrim–tearing down the Big Top.
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Here We Go

Noontime Chat: TBA in a Nutshell posted by Kirsten Collins The TBA in a Nutshell chat… Continue Reading

prima donna

Opening Night Of TBA 10: with Rufus Wainwright and the Oregon Symphony posted by: DIRTYBOMBPDX The… Continue Reading

Title Based Art

Nina Katchadourian, Sorted Books Posted by Michael Evans As learned in grade school, you can’t judge… Continue Reading

TBA ON SIGHT Programs

Each year, PICA produces a companion program to our Time-Based Art ON SIGHT Visual Arts exhibitions…. Continue Reading

The View from Caldera

Our Development Associate, Jessica Burton, was selected as one of Caldera’s Artists in Residence for the… Continue Reading

Charmed and Disarmed, Part II

Right now, Kristan Kennedy – our lovely Visual Arts Program Coordinator – is off in New… Continue Reading

Charmed and Disarmed, Part I

Right now, Kristan Kennedy – our lovely Visual Arts Program Coordinator – is off in New… Continue Reading

PICA Descends on UTR

Wednesday kicked off the Sixth Annual Under The Radar Festival (UTR) in New York, and it… Continue Reading

Post-show: Orphée

Boy oh boy, the second act brought the PHILIP GLASS! Posted by: Jim Withington… Continue Reading

Orphée; Intermission

Fast, furious, intermissionary post! Posted by: Jim Withington… Continue Reading

PMMNLS: Kenneth Goldsmith

Kenneth Goldsmith hates Facebook. / Photo Credit: © C. Jones PSU MFA MONDAY NIGHT LECTURE SERIES:… Continue Reading

Headphones in the Square

Back To Back Theater Small Metal Objects Two hundred or so people, lining the stadium seats… Continue Reading

the race card

quick tip from Laura Becker Everyone who saw The Shipment may enjoy this segment I’m watching… Continue Reading

Provisional Sculpture

FOREVER NOW AND THEN AGAIN, Jesse Hayward Posted By: Jenevive Tatiana If you imagine that participation… Continue Reading

Everywhere Dancing

AMYO/tinyrage – too Posted by: Meg Peterson We all have a way about our walk; it… Continue Reading

Some Things Last a Long Time

Pan Pan Theatre: Performance as an Autonomous Aesthetic Activity (workshop) Inside/Outside: Back to Back Theatre (noontime… Continue Reading