Archive for May, 2009

You are invited to an art fair this weekend.

The Episcopal Church has been in recent years very supportive of arts. Long before the emergent church movement rediscovered the value of arts in spirituality and communal worship, many Anglican parishes established art programs to connect children to art in the context of spiritual formation, to provide forum for emerging artists, and to better incorporate fine arts, music and performance arts in the life of the church.

In this spirit, Portland’s Trinity Episcopal Cathedral (147 NW 19th Avenue) will be host to its ninth annual art festival. This year the show features over 95 artists.

This is also a good opportunity to personally meet many local artists and artisan crafters including Sarah.

Event details:

Saturday-Sunday, May 9-10.


May 5, 2009 at 8:07 pm Leave a comment

Iridia Creative Productions, the “corner store” of graphic communications: Strength in underserved markets

In a Google search alone there are literally thousands of graphic design firms in Portland, Oregon metropolitan area. Some are quite small, while there are a number of well-established firms in large Pearl District office spaces with many employees.

So why choose Iridia Creative Productions?

ICP primarily serves local and — thanks to the power of the Internet — global small or home business and community nonprofit markets. ICP is equipped to handle the necessary flexibility inherent in a human-sized business enterprise, in a way no big corporation can. ICP has a better capacity to spend more devoted time on each client — where our clients are not merely “accounts” but actual human beings an artist relate on a ground level.

Here at ICP, I openly admit that this is not a “big-box store” of graphic design and visual communication. This is more like a corner convenience store — so when a small business owner or local nonprofit executive needs a small project done quickly and done right, Iridia Creative Productions is the right place to contact.

May 1, 2009 at 11:27 am Leave a comment


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