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Daniel Todd Clothiers is located in close proximity to available parking in the surrounding area.
Bring some extra life to your bedroom with a new furniture set from here, such as bedroom furniture.
When your furniture is starting to wear and tear, replace it with a new set from here, such as living room furniture.
New bathroom furniture can be a great household update. Come see the selection at Connie Elaines Draperies.
Quality desks and comfortable chairs are everywhere in sight, so you can redo your office in a snap.
When it's time to give your patio a makeover, make sure to check out the range of outdoor tables and chairs.
When you're finally ready to really move in, decorate your humble abode with items like rugs, throw pillows, and vases.
Satisfy your creative vision with a stunning sculpture.
Nobody likes looking at a blank slate, so consider hanging a little something on your wall. Pieces like curtains and mirrors are just a few suggestions from here you're sure to love.
Whether you're an artist or just an admirer, come check out the collection of exclusive handcrafted artwork.
Ample parking is located near Connie Elaines Draperies.
Although Portland Chamber Orchestra's founding conductor Boris Sirpo may have had rather traditional tastes, much has changed since those nascent 1947 days. Under the baton of Yaacov Bergman, the ensemble's modern incarnation emphasizes a more experimental approach, spicing up programs of Beethoven and Brahms classics by pairing them with more multimedia arts or replacing the violins with air horns. So a concert of Haydn and Mozart might be spiked with a world premiere from Jan Jirasek, and a Halloween-themed performance of Liszt classics might find new life by joining a retelling of Frankenstein from the monster's perspective.
Before it mutated into a weaponized haze of reality shows, MTV aired a novelty known as the music video. These bite-sized works of art, which married pop songs to striking imagery, revolutionized the entertainment industry and ushered in an era of music known as “new wave.” For the task of curating and introducing these fresh sounds and flamboyant sights to audiences, MTV even created its own version of the disc jockey—the VJ.
Though MTV has sent its stable of video jockeys out to pasture, VJ Kittyrox carries the pastel, shoulder-padded torch of Adam Curry and Nina Blackwood as she masterminds the 80s Video Dance Attack. For the last seven years, this popular shindig has united generations of Portlandians with its five-hour feast of '80s-centric sensation. Across 10-foot screens, VJ Kittyrox projects classic videos from artists such as Duran Duran and Michael Jackson as audiences of Breakfast Clubbers and Pretty in Pinkers perfect their cabbage patch, running man, and Pat Benatar shimmies. A bombastic, thumping sound system and a dazzling light show accentuate the time warp as audiences deck themselves in '80s garb and shake away memories of unsolved rubik’s cubes.
Portland Opera has always set its collective eyes on the horizon. Since filling the gaps left by touring troupes and sporadically performing local companies in 1964, it has endeavored to expand the art form on the stage and beyond. Twenty years after its inception, it became just the second company in the US to project English translations of foreign lyrics above the stage, enabling audiences to leave their Italian dictionaries at home. The company also pushes the boundaries of the shows themselves, staging world premiers of classic stories such as Wuthering Heights, commissioning the work Lucy's Lapses, and producing the West Coast premiere of Philip Glass's Orphée. Not to be contained within one performance space, it also established Portland Opera To Go, a touring division that performs works such as Cinderella and La Bohème at schools and community centers.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
As a former mental health counselor and early childhood educator, I know the value of play and laughter in our lives. I offer several paint and clay experiences in a warm, welcoming environment which helps you get in touch with your creative self.
What is the experience customers can expect?
In a small group of 4-10 people, you will receive step-by-step instructions at our "For the Love of Paint" and plenty of support as you paint a picture. In clay workshops and art and discussion groups, you will enjoy the soothing experience of playing with clay.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
I love to find creative ways to express my feelings. Working with clay and paint has provided me with a path to express what I have no words to say. I watch what I am feeling emerge as art materials are transformed in my hands.
What do you love most about your job?
I love to see the unique and original expressions of each student on canvas or with clay. It is a delight to watch people leave at the end of a Paint Nite with their paintings and smiles on their faces.