Everything I’ve Ever Done: DIY, Municipal Policy, and Community Change


Marc Moscato presents a slide lecture on working from both the margins of radical Do It Yourself (DIY) culture and from within city policy in affecting community change. Covering his involvement in anti-globalization organizing, directing a DIY center and working for Portland’s premier arts and cultural institutions, he will also speak about how place and social history continues to inform his work.

Marc Moscato (http://marcmoscato.com) is an artist, curator and activist living in Portland, OR. He has more than 10 years experience working in marketing and communications, and has worked for Museum of Contemporary Craft, City Club of Portland, Microcosm Publishing, Peripheral Produce and Squeaky Wheel, in addition to directing DIY arts center, My House in Eugene, OR, 2001-2003.