Open Spaces: Northwest Innovation

Visiting Scholars Discussion

June 25, 2011

Open Spaces magazine published some of the most thoughtful public policy thinking for the better part of a decade. It was a better designed, west coast version of The New Yorker. Sadly, Open Spaces was discontinued a few years ago, but the editors and publishers have gathered together the best essays representing the full range of topics in the magazine in an anthology being released through University of Washington Press. Join Illahee and Open Spaces as we discuss regional innovation with Angus Duncan, Richard Benner and Ed Sheets.

Illahee, Open Spaces and PNCA’s MFA in Collaborative Design present a panel discussion about the new Open Spaces anthology.

Lewis Hyde

Boundary Crossings 2009

David Yow

The Ladies of Gee’s Bend

Matt Stinchcomb, "Digitally Building the DIY Community: Buy, Sell, and Live Handmade"

Public Art/Public Parks

International Writing Program, 2009

International Writing Program 2010

Charles Burnett and Edwin Santiago

A Fire In My Belly

Howard Gardner

Wei Hsueh and Namita Gupta Wiggers

Roberta Brandes Gratz

Julie Lasky and Ernest Beck

Columbia River Crossing

Dara Greenwald and Josh MacPhee

The Whitman 150 Project

Discussion: Chunky Move

Getting Artsy: Approaching and Showing at Galleries

Open Spaces: Northwest Innovation

Henk Pander: Memory and Modern Life

Dance Talks: The Stravinsky Project

Arvie Smith

Design Week Portland, 2012

Austin Kleon