Available for Purchase
Lounge around on these Soft Sculpture Art Pillows. These limited edition beauties were created by Portland Garment Factory. Made of biodegradable clear TPU and filled with pulverized scrap from the factory, these functional soft sculptures were generated as part of PGF's zero waste initiative. Feel guilt free while appreciating your living room's artful accoutrement!
The Portland Garment Factory's mission is to ideate and produce creative experiences in the real world. PGF believes in creating work with intention, and in serving their community. Committed to upending the traditional factory model through ethical labor practices and environmental sustainability, above all else, the PGF leads from the heart.
Pillows are 16" x 16". Hurry up! Only a limited number are available!
Own an original piece - or three! This instant buy package is a trio of original mini Gordon Hall sculptures. This open edition of sculptures is a donation from Hall, a New York based artist who has exhibited and performed at SculptureCenter, The Renaissance Society, Brooklyn Museum, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Gordon Hall's 2019 summer exhibition at PICA, THROUGHANDTHROUGHANDTHROUGH, will be open to the public from June 8, 2019 through August 10, 2019.
This package includes a trio of cast concrete sculptures, ranging in size from around 4" to 5" each. 50% of the proceeds of this purchase goes to directly to the artist and the other 50% helps to support to PICA.
Breaking the boundaries of sakÚ in America, SakÚ One offers an exquisitely dynamic pallet of this ancient libation. Experience a melding of cultures and tastes, where the ideas and flavors of the past meet a dynamic present to create something wonderful and new. This exclusive tour and tasting is not available to the public, and definitely not one to be missed! Package includes tour and tasting for eight (8) people.
With sakÚs ranging from Moonstone, a premium junmai ginjo sakÚ with aromatic and bright natural flavors, to Momokawa, a medium-dry crisp sakÚ with soft water notes, to refreshing sakÚ cocktails, there is truly a sakÚ for everyone.
SakÚOne. It's an idea. An attitude. A belief that there is something more just waiting to be discovered. You can make that discovery for yourself with this package.
Visit Portland's top studios and galleries with one of PICA's Artistic Directors and Curator of Visual Art, Kristan Kennedy. Bring eight (8) of your closest friends on this full day excursion where you will visit Portland's most critical art hubs like Fourteen30 Contemporary, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, lumber room, Melanie Flood, Adams and Ollman, and many more! This day's activities include:
Private tours of Portland's top galleries and artist studios
"Curator's Choice" delicious local lunch
Work it! Grab this handmade bronze taffeta ballgown, complete with bustle and train! This piece was created by Becky Ross, a Portland designer who gained national fame as a participant on Project Runway, Season 9. Looking for a little trade secret? When you unzip and shrug your shoulders, the entire gown falls to the floor. Et voilÓ!
Wow your friends with a custom Storm Large outgoing voice message. Whether it's for your home phone or cell, with Storm's voice on the other end, they'll always want to leave a message!
Storm Large is an awesome musician, actor, playwright, and author. She shot to national prominence in 2006 as a finalist on the CBS show Rock Star: Supernova, building a fan base that follows her around the world to this day. Recent highlights include engagements with the New York Pops, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Louisville Orchestra, Memphis Symphony, and the Knights, as well as performances at the Grant Park Music Festival in Chicago. She joined Michael Feinstein as special guest on the Jazz at Lincoln Center Popular Song series with Liza Minnelli, Joel Grey, and the Pasadena Pops.
Dazzle in this Keith Haring and Alice and Olivia Skirt, a part of The Collective, a series of collaborations between Alice and Olivia and the artists who inspire them. Size 8.
Oversized Pink Keith Haring T-shirt by Lonely Crowd. Cotton with graphic composed in paillettes on the front. Size M.
Keith Haring Subway Art Photo
By Fernando Natalici
Inkjet, printed later
H 19 in. x W 13 in. (Unframed. Piece is framed)
31 Subway Drawings: Keith Haring book
From the collection of John Jay, this photograph captures Keith Haring's epic conquest, producing public art across the New York City subway platforms during the early 80's. Haring intended for these drawings to be temporary works of display. These famous chalk drawings briefly inhabited blacked-out advertising boards before being covered up by advertisements; what little remains of this project exists solely in the posterity of myth.
New York based photographer Fernando Natalici is best known for his iconographic documentation of the downtown Manhattan art scene of the mid/late 70's and early 80's. Natalici's portfolio includes sought after images of a young Patti Smith, Blondie, Talking Heads, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, The Ramones and more. As an Art Director, Fernando has played a key role in creating memorable visuals for historic NY venues such as CBGB's, The Mudd Club, Area and Danceteria.
Join us on Sept. 7th for a VIP Pink Martini concert in the intimate setting of Bella Madrona! Sound familiar? "The Gardens of Sampson and Beasley," off of Pink Martini's second album, was inspired by this very spot! Join us in celebrating Bella Madrona's 40th this September! This five acre garden at the edge of town has a storied past in art and horticulture circles, having hosted many benefits, weddings for friends, and legendary parties. It's the perfect setting for this exclusive event! Delicious bites, beverages, and dancing are all included in this VIP package. VIP status also includes early admission, guided tour of the garden, and champagne!
September 7th, 2019
5:30 - 11:00 pm
A limited number of tickets will be available at the gala at a fixed price.
Pack your bags and check your passport! This hot auction item is a ten-day Art & Culture Trip through Japan with PICA as your hosts! This stunning package includes airfare, accommodations, ground transportation, and admission fees to museums and art centers. Together we will visit the ultra metropolis of Tokyo, the hilled port cities of Takamatsu or Nagoya, and the former capital of Japan, Kyoto, famous for its Buddhist temples, gardens, and imperial palaces.
For ten days travelers will delve into Japan's rich traditional culture, visiting specialty craftsman studios and learning about the histories of things like textiles, aizome dye, papermaking, and lacquer. We will also go to the Aichi Triannual 2019: Taming Y/Our Passion, happening right when we are there! With lunches with artists and curators, this package offers once in a lifetime opportunities.
This one of a kind trip will take place October 4th-13th, 2019.
A limited number of spots will be available at the gala at a fixed price.
Haven't you always wanted to throw a party at PICA? This is your big chance! This rental reserves PICA's 3,000 sq. ft. annex space for a 1-night private event! Reserve your holiday party, birthday bash extravaganza, or a public event in our dynamic space. This offer also includes:
Access to PICA's lighting and bumping sound system
10 hours of event manager time to support the execution of your event
10 hours of production manager time to assist with the nitty gritty
Covers $250 cleaning fee prior to and after event
Option to add on resource room or main space rentals at additional cost