People’s Atlas

 

Marc Moscato

Marc Moscato

 

Marc Moscato
Notes for a People’s Atlas of Portland
photocopy
2009
free
Marc Moscato is an artist, curator and activist living in Portland, OR. His short films and videos have screened at film festivals, theaters and non-traditional spaces across the country, including the New York Underground Film Festival, Chicago Underground Film Festival, Video Mundi Festival and many more. He has more than 10 years experience in marketing and communications, and has worked for Museum of Contemporary Craft, City Club of Portland, Microcosm Publishing, Peripheral Produce and Squeaky Wheel, in addition to directing DIY arts center My House in Eugene, OR, 2001-2003.
Bio of AREA Chicago:
Founded in 2005, AREA Chicago comprises both a biannual magazine and a series of sponsored events. Its publications and events serve the double mission of researching art, education, and activist practices within the city of Chicago and producing and strengthening networks among grassroots practitioners. In its first two and a half years, AREA Chicago has published five magazine issues and organized 50 events. AREA Chicago is dedicated to gathering and sharing information and histories about local social movements, political and cultural organizations. Through this practice, it seeks to create an independent network for organizations and individuals committed to social justice through cultural and educational practices within the city. To Learn more about AREA projects outside of Chicago see areaprojects.com.

Marc Moscato

Notes for a People’s Atlas of Portland
photocopy
2009
free

Marc Moscato is an artist, curator and activist living in Portland, OR. His short films and videos have screened at film festivals, theaters and non-traditional spaces across the country, including the New York Underground Film Festival, Chicago Underground Film Festival, Video Mundi Festival and many more. He has more than 10 years experience in marketing and communications, and has worked for Museum of Contemporary Craft, City Club of Portland, Microcosm Publishing, Peripheral Produce and Squeaky Wheel, in addition to directing DIY arts center My House in Eugene, OR, 2001-2003.

Bio of AREA Chicago:

Founded in 2005, AREA Chicago comprises both a biannual magazine and a series of sponsored events. Its publications and events serve the double mission of researching art, education, and activist practices within the city of Chicago and producing and strengthening networks among grassroots practitioners. In its first two and a half years, AREA Chicago has published five magazine issues and organized 50 events. AREA Chicago is dedicated to gathering and sharing information and histories about local social movements, political and cultural organizations. Through this practice, it seeks to create an independent network for organizations and individuals committed to social justice through cultural and educational practices within the city. To Learn more about AREA projects outside of Chicago see areaprojects.com.

A People

A People's Atlas of Portland

 

A People's Atlas of Portland

A People's Atlas of Portland

A People's Atlas of Portland

A People's Atlas of Portland

A People's Atlas of Portland (a participant's map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (a participant's map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (detail of a participant's map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (detail of a participant's map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (a participant's map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (a participant's map)

 

 

A People's Atlas of Portland (a participant's map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (detail of a participant's map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (a participant's map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (a participant's map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (a participant's map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (participant creating a map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (a participant's map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (a participant's map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (a participant's map)

A People's Atlas of Portland (a participant's map)

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