Raymond, Camela. The Organ Review of Arts. Portland, Oregon: Organ Publishing Company, September-October 2003. Issue 7.
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: Seattle Art Museum, Yvonne Venegas, Brian Jungen, Ralph Rugoff, Matthew Higgs, Toby Kamps, Daina Augaitis, Lisa Corrin, Harrell Fletcher, Miranda July, Matt McCormick, Michael Brophy, B2V, Stephanie Snyder, Core Sample, Cooley Gallery, Reed College, Lawrence Rinder, Randy Gragg, Terri Hopkins, Art Gym, Matthew Stadler, Rich Jensen, Prudence Roberts, Robert Gamblin, Jon Raymond, Malia Jensen, Bill Daniel, Vanessa Renwick, Chris Johanson, Red76, Sam Gould, Regional Arts & Culture Council, Tin House, Chris Offutt, Four Wall Cinema Collective, Soundvision, La Palabra Café-Press, Southeast Art Bank, Savage Gallery, Tracy Savage, Thandi Rosenbaum, Seann McKeel, Julia Hoffman, Arts and Crafts Society, Margery Hoffman Smith, Lydia Herrick Hodge, Oregon Ceramic Studio, Ken Shores,Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, David Greenberger, Compagnie Salia ni Seydou, Miranda July, Hinterland Theater Association, Stacey Levine, Bill Shannon, CrutchMaster, Ryan Boyle, Mike Ladd, Crystal Williams, Donna Uchizono, Guy Yarden, Silt, Pablo de Ocampo, Tom Prochaska, Jerome Huisinga, Gordon Lish, Tom Spanbauer, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland Center for the Visual Arts, Chas Bowie , Ann Kendellen, Craig Pozzi, Cynthia Star, James Lavadour, Maya Lin, Erin Ergenbright, Larry Colton, Monica Drake, Phil Busse, Anna Keesey, Matt Love, Kevin Sampsell, 411 Collective, Steve Schneider, Tyrone Kaylor, Bryan Eubanks, Scott MacDonald