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Let's gather together -safely- and in celebration of contemporary art. Bloom is an open-air, sliding scale, community-oriented fundraising event for Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA). 

This event, which can be accessed via drive-in or streamed live from the comfort of your home, is the anti-gala we've all been waiting for. With themes of collective connection and transformation, ALL are invited to experience this come-as-you-are gathering.

Guests can expect virtual musical performances from Blossom, Moorea Masa, and Frankie Simone to be projected large-scale and outdoors thanks to Nanda D'Agostino and Sarah Turner of Mobile Projection Unit. Plus, drive-in-only performances by Friends of Noise artists MARZZ and Beep Beep, along with a virtual end-of-the-night performance by Shannon Funchess aka LIGHT ASYLUM! In addition to the performances, there will be raffle tickets, a virtual auction, and surprise treats! Hosted by the incredible Gia Goodrich, Bloom provides us all with a much-needed chance to get out, or hang in, together as a community! Click on the link above to reserve your spot today.

 

Drive-In Location: Lloyd Center | The entrance is at the West-end parking garage at Lloyd Center (10th Ave and NE Halsey). Note, we will be on the top level of the parking structure which is open-air and uncovered. Stay safe, no tailgating!

Streaming Location: picabloom.givesmart.com (here!)

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LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
PICA acknowledges that we are guests on the traditional and unceded lands of the Multnomah, Wasco, Kathlamet, Cowlitz, Clackamas, Bands of Chinook, Tualatin Kalapuya, Molalla, and many other Indigenous peoples. We extend a special welcome to all Indigenous people taking part in this virtual platform and invite all our guests to join us in honoring the Indigenous peoples whose land you are on today. To learn more about land acknowledgments visit usdac.us.

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