Aug 1-4

Treeline Series: Black Milk & Nat Turner
Black Milk & Nat Turner | Treeline Stage - Pickathon 2017 | Photo by Todd Cooper
Wednesday December 13, 2017

This month’s Treeline Series debut features close to 6 minutes of Black Milk & Nat Turner’s electrifying Saturday night performance. These guys lit up the stage during the mid-summer golden hour with a tightly knit band and high-impact lyrical rap. It’s any wonder that actual stage lighting was even needed during their set.

This episode features the 2-in-1, “Detroit’s New Dance Show > What It’s Worth.” See for yourself and let us know if you were one of the lucky ones to experience this live in person.

The Treeline Series highlights a new performance from the Treeline Stage every 2nd Tuesday of the month from October through July. The Treeline Stage is a collaboration with Portland State University School of Architecture students and faculty who design and build a new iteration from a different material each year. This year’s class has received an award from the American Institute of Architects Portland chapter, along with Gray Magazine‘s Design for Good Award. We couldn’t be more proud of what they have accomplished. Please join us in congratulating them for their incredible work.

Cover photo by Todd Cooper | Filmed at the beautiful Pendarvis Farm, Aug. 5, 2017

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