Directed by
Frank Woodward
90 mins
 | 2008
 | US
Directed by
Andrew Leman
47 mins
 | 2005
 | US

H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society

The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society is one of the world's leading producers of Lovecraftian entertainment. From the award-winning motion pictures The Call of Cthulhu and The Whisperer in Darkness, to Dark Adventure Radio Theatre's 1930s-style radio plays of Lovecraft's works, to countless other Lovecraft-inspired delights, the HPLHS offer a staggering variety of non-euclidean fun.

Location: Theater lobby


Liv Rainey-Smith is an artist specializing in hand-pulled xylographic prints. Her imagery draws primarily upon historic styles, folklore, dreams, and esoteric traditions. Rainey-Smith’s woodcut process incorporates a mixture of traditional and modern tools as well as a blend of European and Japanese printmaking technique. She pulls her own fine art prints in small editions on both paper and animal parchment. "My approach to woodcut printmaking is an ever developing system of technical control and precision with space left for chance and chaos."

Location: Theater Lobby

Spinning the Clay Fantastic

An artist in clay, paint and on the computer, I've been producing art since high school and love to create. So many ideas, so little time. A proud super nerd/geek with excellently bizarre POTTER skills. "I love Sci-fi and Fantasy (amongst other things like comics, Roman History, Art Deco...). By far though aliens, dragons, demons and faerie folk are some of the best sources of inspiration for me"

Sigh Co. Graphics

Sigh Co. Graphics complements the darkness inside you. Based in New Orleans for over 9 years, but now situated in wonderful Portland, OR, Sigh Co. Graphics still produces the most unique and original designs on T-shirts, women's tops, hoodies, work shirts, posters, and more. From Lovecraft to Poe, Ancient Egypt to Voodoo, Zombies to Steampunk, it's the most original stuff this side of Y'ha-nthlei. (Photo by RedLite)

Directed by
Dan O'Bannon
108 mins
 | 1992
 | US
Directed by
Roger Corman
87 mins
 | 1963
 | US