Raymond, Camela. The Organ Review of Arts. Portland, Oregon: Organ Publishing Company, March-April 2004. Issue 10.
The Organ was a bimonthly broadsheet by and for artists that sought to increase, diversify, and intensify the dialogue about the arts. Camela Raymond was founder and editor.
Courtesy of Camela Raymond
Artist Credit: Artback, Regional Arts & Culture Council, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Kristy Edmunds, Victoria Frye, Wieden+Kennedy, Terri Hopkins, Marylhurst Art Gym, Dave Hickey, Bruce Guenther, Stuart Horodner, Peter Koehler, Eva Lake, Jonathon Brand, Mike Rathbun, Melody Owen, Cinema Project, Fredrick Wiseman, Phil Solomon, Gordon Matta-Clark, Johan Van der Keuken, Samuel Kelley, Paul Asch, Frayn Masters, Marissa Madrigal, TIFany Lee Brown, Fareed Zakaria, Paul Muldoon, Molly Gloss, Charles Goodrich, Brad Adkins, Christopher Buckingham, Charm Bracelet, Chas Bowie, Vanessa Renwich, Bill Daniel, Portland Art Museum, Donald Jenkins, Jacob Ocada, Torsten Burns, Darren Martin, Andrew Dickson, Aaron Valdez, Zack Margolis, Trevor Fife, Wendy Franklund-Miller, Sally Cleveland, Tim Dalbow, Corrie Greening, Michael C. McMillen, Carlos Estrada-Vega, Amanda Fin, Inga Dorosz, Tom Prochaska, Alfredo Jaar, Joe Cotter, Kolieha Bush, Reeva Wortel, Emily Hyde, Ed Coolidges, Jay Stuckey, Joseph Biel, Tom Prochaska, Joseph Park, Pat Boas, Adam Ross, Anna Fidler, Eric Stotik, Peter Mundwiler, Bill Howard, Gary Owens, Juniper Shuey, Donnabelle Casis, Margie Livingston, Jesse Paul Miller, Lead Pencil Studio, Annie Han, Daniel Mihalyo, Bullseye Connection Gallery, Judy Cooke, Mark Zirpel, Martha Pfanschmidt, Ted Sawyer, Roy McMakin, Michael Darling, Mary Oslund, Merce Cunningham, Gregg Renfrow, Whitfield Lovell, Joe Bartscherer, Bill Daniel, Ken Rosenthal, Steve Fitch, Justine Kurland