Events at Hello! Good Morning!
"Cheers" New Clay by Emelia Hiltner
New clay by Emelia Hiltner. Bowls, cups, plates, mugs, and more! Gifts for the holidays - and for every day!
Opening Night Festivities Thursday, December 3 from 5-9pm!
*Limited space due to Covid guidelines - please reserve a time through Eventbrite HERE. (Click on "Register" to book your time slot!) No paper tickets issued or required. Just show up at your reserved time!
Music by DreamCat, masterfully mixed
Treats by Sweet Clover Baking, safely served
For more info: @make.emelia @hellogoodmorningkids @cargoinc
Show will run from Dec 3, 2020 thru Jan 10, 2021.
Check www.hellogoodmorningkids.com for updated store hours.
Art Show Closing Party for Larry Yes
Love Wall Photo Booth
Come get your picture taken in front of the love wall, created by Larry Yes!
Rainbows Love Cosmic Light
Larry Yes Art Installation
Larry Peace-love Yes is an American folk artist and musician whose mission is to spread LOVE. With a guiding sense of boundless childlike wonder, Larry creates works of whimsy and joy that will make you smile. His infectious enthusiasm for life will give you hope in these uncertain times. We love Larry and want everyone to experience his radical positivity and enjoy his message of love and hope for all creation.
Join us for the opening party!
You can see his art anytime at Cargo, 12/14/19 - 1/11/20.
Read more about Larry in this interview!
Japanese Calligraphy as Meditation
experience oneness and flow with your brush,
encounter your artistic self,
be able to meditate without sitting still,
discover your inner self,
Event date: September 28th
Event time: 1pm to 2:30pm
Location: Hello! Good Morning! Inside Cargo, 81 SE Yamhill St., Portland, OR 97214
Tools, materials, and tea are included! Remember to wear clothes you don't mind getting paint on.
Instructor Eri Luman
Eri Luman is a Japanese artist living in Portland. She has been practicing calligraphy since she was a child. In 2007, she had the profound experience of being infused with energy and becoming one with the brush stroke. It was then that she was struck with the idea that “calligraphy is meditation”. She began teaching meditation art after her initial demonstration at the Portland Japanese Garden. She has since created her own teaching handbook for meditation calligraphy.
Hello! Good Morning! https://hellogoodmorningkids.com
What would you suggest as the youngest age for a participant?
Around 14, but of course, it depends on the person.
What are my parking options?
Street parking in the neighborhood is free on the weekends.
What can I bring into the event?
Wear clothing that you don't mind getting paint on!
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
email "Ted" at firstname.lastname@example.org
What's the refund policy?
Refunds will be given up to 7 days in advance.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, showing the ticket on your phone works too. Or a photo ID.
Is my ticket transferrable?
Yes, you can transfer your ticket
OMAMORI - ART SHOW WITH COZY FACTORY
Saturday, August 3rd, 2019 1pm -5pm
Fun drinks & treats. Can’t wait to see you!
OMAMORI is an amulet or good luck charm in Japan. It brings good fortune and protection. We hope you like it and good luck in your life!
Sunday August 4th, 2019 1pm - 4pm
Cozy Factory will be hosting a giant ice cream cone crafting workshop!
Hello! Good Morning!
Cozy Factory are visiting Japanese artists, Koji and Kana Higuchi.
They combine wood sculpture, painting, paper cutting, and illustration to create works of whimsy, beauty, and mystery.
・Masanori Ushiki - 牛木匡憲
・Naoyuki Minamide(NANDE) - 南出直之(NANDE)
・Tae Takegami - 竹上妙
・Tomoki Watanabe - 渡邉知樹
・Tomoko Usami - 宇佐美朋子
11 am to 5 pm
Sunday, February 4th
Sunday, Jan. 21st
1 pm to 2 pm
Ages 4 and up... although all ages are welcome!
by Sarah Frechette
This is the story of Wilson "SNOWFLAKE" Bentley. The first person to ever photograph a single snowflake!
Thursday, August 3rd from 4-8PM
Japanese treats and sake will be served
Sawako Ninomiya, show curator and contributing artist will be here!