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WORK PROGRESS: Dill Pickle Club benefit this Thursday Dec 3rd.

Posted December 1, 2009 by pete in Art & Politics

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If you are in Portland this Thursday Dec 3rd be sure to stop by this show. Alec Icky Dunn and Pete Yahnke from Justseeds both have some work in this benefit show. Here are the details from the Dill Pickle Club:

Join us at the Eyeful Gallery (NW 6th & Everett) Thursday, December 3 at 6PM, during the First Thursday art walk for the opening of WORK | PROGRESS, an art show, pop up bookshop and event series to benefit the Dill Pickle Club. Cape Perpetua and Niekrasz/ Jenkins Duet (of Why I Must Be Careful) provide live music, while Ninkasi Brewing generously serves libations.

WORK | PROGRESS features 24 socially-engaged artists creating replicated works, including:

Icky A, Brad Adkins, Moe Bowstern, Carye Bye, Bill Daniel, Dyslexxis, Harrell Fletcher, Sarah Gottesdiener, Sam Gould, Anna Gray, MK Guth, Ariana Jacob, Kendra Larson, Ian Lynam, Eric Mast, Justin Scrappers Morrison, Michael Parich, Ryan Wilson Paulsen, Brittany Powell, Khris Soden, Bwana Spoons, Matthew Stadler, Nim Wunnan, Pete Yahnke

Many contributors have exhibited nationally and internationally, including Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Boise Art Museum, Portland Art Museum, Seattle Art Museum and the Whitney Biennial.

The opening kicks off our inaugural “Pickler” drive, and celebrates the release of two publications: Brains, Brilliancy, Bohemia: Art & Politics in Jazz-Age Chicago and Art for the Millions: The Enduring Legacy of the WPA.

During the entirety of WORK | PROGRESS, the Dill Pickle Club will maintain a store at the Eyeful Gallery featuring gift items related to Portland history and independent culture. The gallery will be open Wednesday – Sunday 12PM – 6PM.

In addition, we are programming a series of events to be held in conjunction with the exhibition. For the full schedule and more details, click here.

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