on exhibit

p:ear Street poem

An interactive art Installation for Portland’s Homeless population

Create alongside p:ear youth at our newest Community Arts Installation, the “p:ear Street Poem.” On June 6th from 5pm – 8pm, you’ll be able to share your inspirations, alongside the words and poems of p:ear youth, Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford, p:ear staff and volunteers, and the many others who support the journeys of our community’s homeless folks. This is a unique experience and fun way to engage your whole family in artistic self-expression and creative social activism.

The interactive “p:ear Street Poem” is coordinated with support from Street Roots and Friends of Noise.

 

 


 

Opening Reception:
June 6, 2019
5pm to 8pm

On Display:
June 6 to July 22
Tuesday – Friday 9am-2pm, or by chance or appt.

about p:ear gallery

p:ear gallery is located on-site and is the venue through which p:ear youth and guest artists display and sell their work. The gallery opens most First Thursdays, 5pm - 8pm, and serves as an open house in which community members and p:ear youth engage in an open dialogue and appreciation of our youths’ monthly artistic achievements. p:ear youth keep 90% of the proceeds from the sales of their work, a positive way to generate funds.

hours & contact

Most First Thursdays, as well as Tues - Fri 10-2 or by chance or appt.

Contact Arts & Music Program Coordinator
William Kendall
william@pearmentor.org

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past shows

Remove your mask and throw it in the sea

Melissa Monroe

On Display: March 1st 2017 - March 31st 2017

An Education

Jeremy Okai Davis

On Display: April 6th 2017- May 25th 2017