Raymond, Camela. The Organ Review of Arts. Portland, Oregon: Organ Publishing Company, March-April 2003. Volume 1, Issue 4.
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: Art Gym Marylhurst University, Brad Adkins, Christopher Buckingham, The Charm Bracelet, Johnne Eschleman, Christy Nyboer, Amos Latteier, Chris Rhodes, Tony Tasset, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Liminal, Janet Koplos, Art in America, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland Center for the Advancement of Culture, Elizabeth Leach, Pacific Switchboard, James Moore, Seaplane, Wieden+Kennedy, Kootenay School of Writing, Michael Barnholden, SubText, Jeff Derksen, Colin Browne, Lisa Robertson, Aaron Vidaver, Doug Marx, George Bataille, Thomas Hirschorne, Red76, Superflex, Beige, Temporary Services, Sam Gould, Instant Coffee, Kurt Cobain, Adolf Hitler, Edie Tsong, Field Gallery, Michael Oman-Reagan, The Lecture Series, Charles Tondere Mudede, Diana George, Nic Veroli, David Eckard, Eva Lake, LoveLake, Thomas McKay, Disjecta Contemporary Art Center, Ed Mead, Tim DuRoche, Disjecta, Linda K. Johnson, Yvonne Rainer, Frank Fantauzzi, Feldman Gallery, Basil Hallward Gallery, François Morelli, Stuart Horodner, Charles Goldman, Regional Arts & Culture Council, Bill Rutherford, Su-En Wong, Heidi Cody, Soundvision, Bill Will, Hildur Bjarnadottir, Erin Long