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Two Justseeds Group Shows opening Thursday night

November 5, 2009

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Justseeds has two art shows in Portland, OR this Thursday.
The first one is at Sea Change Gallery, which is in the Everett Street Lofts in Old Town. That show is called Opposable Thumb, has a good spread of Justseeds art and has three large sized painting installation by Roger, Pete, and I. There also will be a sculpture that Alex Luboff and I collaborated on out front (rain permitting).
The other show is at Reading Frenzy, and is titled “Charting Our Course”, and is themed around literacy and education.
I’ll be at Reading Frenzy, and Roger and Pete will be at Sea Change most of the night. Please come by and say hi.
–Icky
“Armed with the knowledge of our past, we can with confidence charter a course for our future. Culture is an indispensable weapon in the freedom struggle. We must take hold of it and forge the future with the past.”
-Malcolm X
Reading Frenzy
921 SW Oak
Sea Change Gallery
625 NW Everett
1st Thursday 11/5/09
6-9PMish

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