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Apologies for the fact that I was out of Tumblr for two days now, but like I said before…

As many of you know, Genndy Tartakovsky was a Russian-born–but Chicago-bred and US-based–animation director whose work has always garnered a cult following apiece.

American audiences (myself included) knew him best for his television animation work on Dexter’s Laboratory (up until Ego Trip in 1999) and Samurai Jack (one of my personal favorites), which he also created.

Yes, I do admire Disney Animation sometimes, but I will say it again and again:

I am still a huge fan of Genndy Tartakovsky’s art.

As for everyone else, what do you all think of Genndy Tartakovsky’s art?

Tonight I’ll be drawing in the 7pm shift! In the spirit of artistic camaraderie and a bit of friendly competition (an exhibition theme in Gods & Heroes), the Portland Art Museum will host its first ever Monster Drawing Rally (MDR). MDR is a live drawing event and fundraiser featuring more than 75 Portland-based artists. Part performance, part laboratory, part art bazaar, the Monster Drawing Rally is an incredible opportunity to watch some of your favorite Portland artists create original drawings from a blank page.

The event begins promptly at 6 p.m. and consists of three one-hour rounds, each featuring approximately 25 different artists simultaneously drawing. As the drawings are completed, they are immediately hung up and made available for a price of $35 each. If more than one person wants to purchase a particular work, the winner will be determined by drawing straws. Proceeds support free school and youth programs at the Museum. The Monster Drawing Rally provides a unique opportunity to watch a drawing come to life, and to purchase a work of art minutes after its completion.

Nickbynickjacobs will be spinning tunes, and there will be food and beverages available for purchase.

Bring the family!
The Museum will also feature the Li’l Monster Drawing Rally, a section where children and families may sit, draw and display their work for the evening.

Admission to the rally is free to the public. (at Portland Art Museum)

Looks like I have achieved ghost-white headless dwarf Venus flytraps in the Monster Millikin Artistic Venus Flytrap Breeding Laboratory. I repeat: Ghost-white!? Headless!? Dwarf!? Our weapons are useless … by ericmillikin https://instagram.com/p/7BNinJodFW/

Did you know you can buy a venus fly trap on amazon???
http://www.amazon.com/?tag=venusflytrapz-20

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Botland was invited to the first ever Portland Monster Drawing Rally! What’s that? MDR is a live drawing event and fundraiser with over 75 Portland-based artists. Part performance, part laboratory, part art bazaar, the Monster Drawing Rally is an incredible opportunity to watch Portland artists create original drawings from a blank page. We will have an hour to draw as many monster art pieces as possible. Once we finish a piece it will immediately be put on sale for $35 bucks! 

So come on out the Portland art museum this Friday evening from 6pm – 9PM and watch the magic happen live for a change. 

I have the 6-7 shift for this event tonight! Come say hi and buy cheap art! Repost @jgspdx with @repostapp.
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Tomorrow night y'all, I’ll be drawing in the 8pm shift! In the spirit of artistic camaraderie and a bit of friendly competition (an exhibition theme in Gods & Heroes), the Museum will host its first ever Monster Drawing Rally (MDR). MDR is a live drawing event and fundraiser featuring more than 75 Portland-based artists. Part performance, part laboratory, part art bazaar, the Monster Drawing Rally is an incredible opportunity to watch some of your favorite Portland artists create original drawings from a blank page.

The event begins promptly at 6 p.m. and consists of three one-hour rounds, each featuring approximately 25 different artists simultaneously drawing. As the drawings are completed, they are immediately hung up and made available for a price of $35 each. If more than one person wants to purchase a particular work, the winner will be determined by drawing straws. Proceeds support free school and youth programs at the Museum. The Monster Drawing Rally provides a unique opportunity to watch a drawing come to life, and to purchase a work of art minutes after its completion.

Nickbynickjacobs will be spinning tunes, and there will be food and beverages available for purchase.

Bring the family!
The Museum will also feature the Li’l Monster Drawing Rally, a section where children and families may sit, draw and display their work for the evening.

Admission to the rally is free to the public.

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El habitar     

 “El comportamiento humano, esencia de la arquitectura, no se compone de medidas sino de escenas, de ceremonias que ocupan un espacio físico y un espacio psicológico y de esas ceremonias está hecha la vida.”

                                                        Livingston, Rodolfo “Cirugía de Casas”

El ser humano desde sus inicios mide el mundo partiendo de su propio cuerpo. Es tal vez por eso que el cuerpo del hombre empieza a relacionarse tan directamente con el espacio arquitectónico. Toda casa nos muestra su interior igual  que el rostro de un hombre nos muestra sus sentimientos interiores. La fachada de una casa nos podría hablar de lo que hay detrás de ella y qué tipo de sensaciones experimentaremos en su interior.

Partir de la arquitectura de nuestro cuerpo para realizar paralelos con el espacio a ocupar, el cuerpo como contenedor de la memoria la cual se manifiesta a través de nuestra estructura física para trascender  y habitar.

Ricardo Delgado – Director del colectivo escénico Angeldemonio y monitor de ESPACIO_02