Monthly Archives: October 2011

Making Faces Screening Tonight

About ten years ago Plazm had the honor of doing a joint lecture with Jim Rimmer. Jim was a Vancouver, BC based artist and typographer. He had rooms and rooms filled with old type machines. He created limited edition artist … Continue reading

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If you love trees and want to do something about global warming…

It’s Autumn. It’s a time of change for trees. The growing season is coming to a close, though in walking around one can see some species are just now coming to fruit or seed. Leaves are beginning to turn and … Continue reading

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If you love trees and want to do something about global warming…

It’s Autumn. It’s a time of change for trees. The growing season is coming to a close, though in walking around one can see some species are just now coming to fruit or seed. Leaves are beginning to turn and … Continue reading

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Dan Attoe featured in Plazm 30 and GQ – for realz

GQ STYLE X ADAM KIMMEL X DAN ATTOE X MATTHEW WILLIAMS from Matthew Williams on Vimeo. Portland-based artist Dan Attoe was featured in this Matthew Williams video and in the current issue of GQ magazine. Video above. Some images of … Continue reading

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The New Oregon Interview Series: Linda K. Johnson

Finding the Forest.  Image: Julia Keefe and John Klicker. Taller than the Other Trees:An Interview with Linda K. Johnson By Nora Robertson In 2008, I sat down with dance artist Linda K. Johnson in her shady Portland bungalow. Johnson moved … Continue reading

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Wordstock Weekend: Go Here Now.

Plazm and New Oregon-related Authors at Wordstock *2 pm Saturday, Oct 8: “The Death of Print and Humanity in the Digital Age.” Join Plazm editors/creators Tiffany Lee Brown (moderator), Jon Raymond, and Joshua Berger along with Born magazine’s Anmarie Trimble … Continue reading

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Neon Frontier on KZME 107.1FM: Reading Series Get National

People often have mixed feelings about readings. Readings can be long and boring, Or they can be performances, parties, political rallies, scenes. Portland, like a lot of other cities, has a long history of underground readings through many cultural moments, … Continue reading

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