April 8, 2013

April 8, 2013

Join us on April 8, 2013*, as we explore the wonders of what YouTube has to offer with presentations by:

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*GTKYT is happening on the second Monday of this month


Whitney Streed

Whitney Streed is a Portland comedian, producer, and compulsive punner. She runs a weekly comedy showcase at Tonic Lounge on Wednesdays and co-produces a series of satirical powerpoints called CHAD Chats every few months at the Jack London Bar. She also does comedy all over the Pacific Northwest and just had the privilege of opening for Maria Bamford this past weekend. You can catch her next at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival.


Garrick Imantani

Garrick Imatani is an artist living in Portland, Oregon. His research-based work explores public monument, the documented vs. undocumented, social roles and performative history. His work takes many forms ranging from graphite documents, cyanotypes and video to sculpture, installations and collaborative public events. He is the recipient of multiple awards, including grants from the Oregon Arts Commission, Maine Arts Commission and Ford Family Foundation. He teaches interdisciplinary courses at Lewis & Clark College where he is Assistant Professor of Art and Studio Head of Foundations. In 2013, Imatani and collaborator Kaia Sand were named as the inaugural artists for a public work project jointly established by the City of Portland Archives and Records Center, Regional Arts & Culture Council, and Percent for Art program.


Danger Punch

Danger Punch is an interdisciplinary artist collective from Portland, Oregon. Simple ideas are taken and collectively developed, both in the conceptual and technical aspect, through a devoted practice rooted in the process of making. Projects are thematically temporal, and aim to create a byproduct of fearless art making.