Workers prepare Pioneer Courthouse Square for the annual Christmas tree lighting. Brian McGloin/PSU Vanguard
Tuesday Nov. 27
Art“Never Was A Thing”
Elizabeth Leach Gallery
10:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
Isaac Layman’s “photographic constructions” focus on immediate environments and will be on display at the Elizabeth Leach Gallery until Dec. 29.
Steadfast metalcore sons Unearth visit Portland with Dirty Jersey’s own Fit for an Autopsy as direct support for a night of down-tuned grooves and a superfluous amount of pinch harmonics.
Film & Theater
This 1971 car chase film was the inspiration behind Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof. It’ll be in all of its 35mm splendor this week at the Hollywood Theatre.
Wednesday Nov. 28
Art“Art by Tarts: The Sex Worker Art Party”
The Sanctuary Club will host their fourth annual “Art by Tarts” event, a showcase of art made by sex workers from around the world. This will be the last night of this event.
“Total Request Nite”
Dance the night away to the tunes you actually want to hear with Bolivia Carmichaels as she hosts a wholly request-driven night of jams.
Film & Theater
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
The Mission Theater
5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m.
The Mission Theater will once again show this 1989 holiday comedy classic starring Chevy Chase.
“2018 Holiday Ale Festival”
Pioneer Courthouse Square
11 a.m.–9 .p.m.
This year’s Holiday Ale Festival kicks off this Wednesday and will run until Sunday. Enjoy a variety of winter-themed alcoholic beverages all week!
Thursday Nov. 29
Art“The Spectral Divide”
Stephanie Chefas Projects
“The Spectral Divide” is a new exhibition of photography and short film works by Mako Miyamoto and will be on display until Nov. 30.
Mel Brown B-3 Organ Group