It’s that time of year again, friends! The 2014 Time-Based Art (T:BA) Festival runs September 11th-21st all around Portland and Q Center is thrilled to be partnering with the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art for this year’s festival!
Last year, PICA offered a 20% discount on tickets to all Q Center supporters who used our special code, and our code was used the most out of all community partners! You all dig the festival — and we dig that you dig it.
This year’s Q Center discount code is: qcentertba14
This code is good for 20% off admission to all TBA performances, late-night shows, workshops, and other ticketed events! It can be used starting immediately for online sales (enter at checkout) via www.pica.org and can also be presented to the TBA Central Box Office via phone (503-224-PICA) or in person (415 SW 10th Ave, Ste 300).
Seniors, Sexuality, & Spirituality: Art and Social Change – one of two anchor projects for this day-long, public, free symposium is Holcombe Waller’s work-in-progress, LGBT Requiem Mass, which involves partnerships across LGBT, art, and faith-based communities. The private think tank convening for the project, which takes place the day before this symposium, will be part of a public roundtable at the symposium.
Mammalian Diving Reflex, All the Sex I’ve Ever Had (Toronto) – a community-based presentation that works with a group of local seniors 65+ over the course of a month to create an explicit performance/reading about sex, sexuality, love, dating, and relationships throughout their lives, in their own words. Includes substantial LGBTQ representation.
Critical & Fierce: Tea w/ Madison Moore and Pepper (London/Portland, public talk/conversation)
TBA Conversation: Eisa Jocson interviewed by Clare Croft, w/ audience Q&A