11.27.09 Students from the Digital Technology and Culture program at WSUV are staging a tribute to the late Northwest poet and author Richard Brautigan on Friday, Dec. 4. The evening of poetry, performance and digital art will be held at 7 p.m. in the Administration building’s Tower Room (110). DTC professor John Barber is a leading Brautigan scholar and is working with the Clark County Historical Museum to make Vancouver the center of Brautigan research in the United States.
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It all sounds just crazy enough to be fantastic-
If you haven’t been to Lincoln’s Gallery yet, go. there. now. Just what downtown needs, it is a mellow spot with creations from Reid Trevarthan, and, this month, longboards from Kevin Bay and Ken Hann of Selfless Creations. Located at 106/108 W. 9th St., the gallery fronts div., a clothing and design shop (which was closed when I was there, so sorry if I am a little uninformed about it). The place is owned by the men of Vancouver alt-folk band Lincoln’s Beard. The band plays on Frist Friday, so go check it out then. As for me, the minute I walked in, I just wanted to grab a coffee and hang out on the gallery’s couch for the afternoon. Try that. See how it goes.