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A Somewhat Secret Place is an admirable project that examines where disability appears in both representation and artistic practice. That means some of the works shown will be about disability, others will be made by disabled artists.

This groundbreaking 3-week show will open July 7th at PRESENTspace art gallery in the Pearl District, 939 NW 10th Ave. Portland. But funding is still short for the compete program of fine arts, literature, dance, theater, video and film. Enough pledges must be gathered before June 20th when the Kickstarter will close.

Those who support using Kickstarter  will get tickets to some special events, be proudly posted on the donors list on the A Somewhat Secret Place blog and also have a tax deduction opportunity through OWCA a 501c3 corporation.

February 7, 2011
October 17, 2010
Kickstarter for the Show
Facebook about the Show
Twitter for the Show
Blog about the Show
You Tube on the Show

Pre-opening on July 6th 7-9pm (Invite-only through Kickstarter)
July 7th First Thursday, Carmon Papalia talks 6-9pm free
Write Around Portland. Writing workshop 12:00-1:00pm free
July 9th GRAND OPENING with performance and author readings, Free refreshments.
See links for more events
All events and shows will be made fully accessible to people with disabilities.

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