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May 2018:

Jane Schiffhauer

In/visible Blue

Indivisible is pleased to launch our 2018 gallery season with Jane Schiffhauer's In/visible Blue, a site-specific installation that questions what we see and don't see about homelessness. 

Opening reception: Saturday, May 5, 2018, 6:00 - 9:00 pm.

Additional viewings: Saturdays,

May 12, 19, and 26,

noon to 5:00 pm;

and by appointment.


Amy Conway

opens June 2

Monthly Salons

at Indivisible:

Sense of Place, with

Dr. Barbara Shields


All Kinds of Fur, 

readings hosted by

Michelle Ruiz Keil 

May "All Kinds of Fur" reading"
Friday, May 18,2018,
7:00-9:00 pm
Indivisible is pleased to welcome Michelle Ruiz Keil's monthly reading series, All Kinds of Fur.
All Kinds of Fur is new a series that pairs Portland artists, performers, and scholars with poets and writers to explore a new fairytale or myth each month.
Join us for May's tale, the namesake of our series, Allerleirauh or Little All Kinds of Fur, read by your host, Michelle Ruiz Keil and interpreted by Jenny Forrester, Ramiza Koya, Laura Lampton Scott, and Pamela K. Santos.
Come and see the newest installation and settle in for storytime!
May "Sense of Place" Salon:
Wednesday, May 23, 2018, 
7:00- 9:00 pm
Indivisible is pleased to welcome Barbara Shields, PhD, AICP who is bringing her monthly "Sense of Place" salons, an ongoing conversation of where and how we live.
Barbara Shields, Ph.D., AICP,  and Beth Lorio, interdisciplinary artist and performer [], will discuss the importance of contemplative dancing  in exploring our connections to space. How does movement in space influence our perception of space? What is the relationship between walking and dancing? Can dancing transform ordinary spaces into playscapes? How does dancing help us imagine and represent space?

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Happy hour refreshments served.

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