Right time for TBA

Portland's festival of time-based art is as much about building cultural bridges and extending a hand to the global community, as it is about showcasing some of the best contemporary artists from around the world.
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Even though it has sustained the loss of its founder and artistic director, Kristy Edmunds, the Portland Institute of Contemporary Art Time-Based Art (PICA TBA) festival is striding confidently into its third year. The 2005 PICA TBA festival kicks off on September 9 and will feature performance, video and installation work by international and local artists.

Expected highlights include a free public street art performance by touring dance troupe STREB; screening of the latest Jerry Cotton episode by genre-twisting German filmmaker Hans Weigand; plus a star-turn by Seattle-based singer-storyteller Sarah Rudinoff, as well as ‘new digital wonders by some of Portland’s best image-makers.’

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