Website Archive

Come and join in the celebration: May 7 - May 11, 2012

Each year, a new website is created to highlight the many events of ArtBeat week. The site is built to promote the years featured art piece and display information about scheduled events.

20112011 ArtBeat Archive
May 9-13, 2011
Featured Artist - Marie Watt
Marie Watt is a multidisciplinary artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY and Portland, Oregon. Formally, her work draws from Indigenous design principles, oral tradition, biography, and history.
20102010 ArtBeat Archive
May 11-15, 2010
Featured Artist - Carson Ellis
Carson Ellis is best known for her illustrations for the Decemberists' album covers and for children's books, including Lemony Snicket's "The Composer is Dead.".
20102009 ArtBeat Archive
May 11-15, 2009
Featured Artist - Bryan Johanson
Portland-based composer and performer Bryan Johanson created Fore! specifically for PCC's Art Beat. Fore!, dedicated to PCC, is a guitar quartet composition that can be played in twenty-four different configurations.
20082008 ArtBeat Archive
May 12-16th, 2008
Featured Artist - Harry Widman
ArtBeat is proud to have nationally and internationally recognized painter Harry Widman as our Featured Artist in 2008. His work, "Mother and Daughter," is now a part of PCC’s permanent collection
20072007 ArtBeat Archive
May 7-11th, 2007
Featured Artist - Mylan Rakich
A large scale metal sculptor, Rakich will discuss his approach to three-dimensional compositions in mild steel and how process and mediums can dictate an outcome.
20062006 ArtBeat Archive
May 8-12, 2006
Featured Artist - George Johanson
20052005 ArtBeat Archive
May 12-16, 2005
Featured Artist - William Dyas Garnett
20042004 ArtBeat Archive
May 10-14, 2004
Featured Artist - James Lavadour
20032003 ArtBeat Archive
May 12-16, 2003
Featured Artist - Trude Parkinson
20022002 ArtBeat Archive
May 6-10, 2002
Featured Artist - Minh Tran
20012001 ArtBeat Archive
May 7-11, 2001
Featured Artist - Adriene Cruz

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