ReBuilding Center Shed Talk featuring GLEAN Portland 2022 Artists
Please join ReBuilding Center’s Shed Talks for our panel discussion featuring GLEAN’s 2022 artists Val Britton, Mady Dubin, Anis Mojgani, Joshua Sin, and Ahuva S. Zaslavsky, with host Leslie Viegant. Panelists will explore themes including waste, consumption, ownership, and creative reuse in relation to their forthcoming work and GLEAN residency experience.
GLEAN Portland is an artist residency program that challenges participants to “push the boundaries of material exploration” by creating work using materials gleaned from the Metro Central Transfer Station (also known as the “dump”). GLEAN is a partnership between Recology Oregon Recovery Inc., Metro, and Cracked Pots, a local nonprofit dedicated to waste reduction in our community.
We invite you to further support our panelists at the GLEAN Artists-in-Residence exhibition opening on February 2nd at the Parallax Art Center in Portland, Oregon.
Visit ReBuilding Center Shed Talks: a creative reuse seminar series for more information.
Register for the talk here.
Glean Portland Annual Artist-in-Residence Exhibition
Please join us for our annual Artist-in-Residence Exhibition opening on Thursday, February 2, 2023, at Parallax Art Center. This exhibition will feature new works by our 2022 GLEAN artists Val Britton, Maddy Dubin, Anis Mojgani, Joshua Sin, and ahuva s. zaslavsky.
GLEAN is a juried art program that taps into the creativity of artists to inspire people to think about their consumption habits, the waste they generate, and the resources they throw away. With work made strictly with materials recovered from Portland's Metro Central Transfer Station—aka the dump—this residency is a true experiment and honoring of contemporary art in our city. Come and celebrate this new work with the artists that made it all happen!
Thursday, February 2, 2023 | 5:00-8:00 pm
February 2–March 11, 2023
Monday—Saturday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm
Parallax Art Center, 516 NW 14th Ave., Portland, OR, 97209
*Free, open to the public, and wheelchair accessible.
Visit Glean for more information.
Headlands Center for the Arts Benefit Art Auction
Opening Celebration: May 20, 6–9PM Free with reservation
Exhibition: May 21–30, 11AM–6PM; May 31, 11AM–2PM Free and open to the public
Live Auction with performance by Carole Kim: May 31, 5–9:30PM Tickets required
The Store House and Gallery 308 at Fort Mason
2 Marina Blvd., San Francisco CA
Full details, including tickets, reservations and how to bid. Tickets on sale April 27.
We’re kicking off our 2022 Benefit Art Auction with an opening celebration and exhibition on May 20, 6–9PM. View over 60 artworks available for bidding, enjoy interactive art-making activities, and experience site-specific installations from Headlands Artists Annie Albagli, and Anja Ulfeldt. Reservations required for the Opening Celebration.
Can’t make it to the opening, or just need some quiet time to experience the work? The exhibition will be open Saturday, May 21–Monday, May 30 11AM–6PM, and Tuesday, May 31 11AM–1PM; no reservations required.
Visit Headlands.org/auction for more information, tickets and reservations, and to register to bid.