Glean Exhibition Opening
July 24, 2018
Applied Craft + Design is pleased to host the 2018 GLEAN Residency Exhibition, opening August 3, 2018 from 6-9pm. GLEAN is a competitive artist residency program, offering artists the opportunity to expand their creativity by partnering with Portland's waste and recycling management systems for materials and inspiration. Applied Craft + Design student, Brittany Rudolf, will participate in the show, as one of GLEAN's current artists-in-residence. The GLEAN Residency Exhibition will run from August 3-25, 2018, with open hours 12-5pm Friday-Sunday for the duration of the show.
GLEAN: to gather, collect bit by bit, or pick over in search of relevant material
After five months of focusing their artistic inquiry on the often mysterious materials discovered at the Metro Central transfer station, the GLEAN 2018 artists are ready to share their visions in a formal exhibition. Please join us!
Arrive early! Artist Eduardo Cruz Torres will be performing with members of his Aztec dance group from 6:00 - 6:30pm.
GLEAN is a partnership between Recology, an employee-owned integrated resource recovery and recycling company; Metro, the regional government that manages the Portland area's garbage and recycling system, and Cracked Pots.
2018 GLEAN Exhibition Opening August 3rd, 6:00 – 9:00 pm FURTHERMORE Gallery Bison Building 421 NE 10th Ave., Portland
Exhibition Run August 3rd - 25th Fri – Sun, noon - 5:00 pm
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