The Right Brain Initiative


Finding Show + Tell: A Handy Guide to Pod-Catching

November 4th, 2010 by Right Brain Team

This week, we’re launching the final set of autumn sites for our great traveling exhibit experiment. Show + Tell, our “pod,” has been making stops throughout the greater Portland area since June. We’ve learned a lot (from gathering reasons people value arts education, to how to handle unbridled artistic expression on the outside of the exhibit), and hope we’ve been able to inform interested visitors about Right Brain. 

While the summer focused largely on reaching out to the general public at street fairs and other open venues, we’re now paying homage to our community partners and advocates who make The Right Brain Initiative possible.

Click here to see our complete map of exhibit stops. This map makes it easy to check where the exhibit will be in the coming weeks—and where it’s been. The blue markers indicate its locations earlier in the year, the green markers indicate future sites. The pink tack is the current location. We’re excited to round out our school district visits, stop by some of our funding partners, and to show our stuff at the Oregon Art Education Congress!

Staff at Umpqua Bank, Gresham Station enjoying the exhibit.

See the final set of dates and sites below:

Monday, November 1 – Wednesday, November 3 | Umpqua Bank, Gresham Station
Thursday, November 4 – Friday, November 5 | Gresham-Barlow School District Central Office
Monday, November 8 | Oregon Arts Education Congress, Leftbank Annex
Wednesday, November 17 | Hillsboro School District Superintendent Listening Session, Brown Middle School
Friday, November 19 – Saturday, November 20 | US Bank, North Hillsboro Branch
Tuesday, November 23 | Hillsboro School District Central Office 

If you haven’t yet seen these other excellent sources of information about Show + Tell and its contents, allow us to direct you to:
Show + Tell online exhibit on Flickr
Photographs of selected past Show + Tell sites on Flickr
See how the pod gets around on YouTube 


Right Brain Team