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September 2012

As a founding supporter of 2012 Feast Portland, we are eagerly anticipating the kick-off to this four-day dynamic exchange of ideas, inspiration and dialogue with food enthusiasts from Oregon, across the U.S. and around the globe.

We will be showcasing a multitude of coffee brewing methods, espresso drinks, and Cold Brew throughout the four days. Be sure to follow us on twitter for the latest event updates.

To view the full event schedule and buy tickets for Feast Portland, click here.

Since they’re fans of ours and we’re fans of theirs, we’re giving away 2 pair of tickets to Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros  show at the Marymoore Ampitheater, in Seattle on September 15th.

Tickets will be awarded to the first 2 fans to show up to the 1115 12th Avenue
Café, SEA with a copy of their new record, Here (digital or physical) on Thursday, September 13th.

Be sure to follow us on twitter @stumptowncoffee for more details.



Strands of Energy

The theme of Eileen’s water media paintings has to do with energy and movement that transform ordinary buildings, boats, planes and trains into dynamic forceful images with slashes of linear patterns. Layering of transparent colors adds to the 3-dimensional quality so that the viewer keeps seeing forms behind and inside other ones endlessly. Her goal is to show the viewer another way of looking, imagining and enjoying what they see.

On view September 4th – September 4th, 2012
Opening reception 6-8 pm Sunday, October 2nd

For more information, please contact the curator.

Stumptown Coffee Roasters
3356 SE Belmont Street
Portland, OR
M-F: 6am-9pm / S-S: 7am-9pm

I’m on Vacation

On a recent vacation to where she grew up, visual artist Emma Barnett was unsettled. Feeling like a stranger in the city where she once felt eternally rooted, Emma saw the ghost of herself in the places she used to haunt. She is from Manhattan where the notion of “vacation” can be encapsulated in the foreign aesthetic of Southern California in the 80s: palm trees, convertibles, Patrick Nagel prints, and a bikini clad, over-teased blonde rollerblading in front of a Venice Beach sunset. Each piece in “I’m On Vacation” is constructed from this duality. They contain both a stylized aesthetic that is a caricature of what a vacation is meant to be and the elements that Emma inherently associates with her experience growing up in New York City.

On view September 3rd – October 3rd, 2012
Opening reception 4-6 pm Sunday, September 16th

For more information, please contact the curator.

Stumptown Coffee Roasters
4525 SE Division Street
Portland, OR
M-F: 6am-7pm / S-S: 7am-7pm