MLK DAY—King: a Filmed Record from Montgomery to Memphis was originally shown one time in theaters in March 1970, but it's since received recognition from some of the greatest institutions in America. The film contains full versions of what are considered Martin Luther King Jr.'s greatest speeches, and clips of the marches and demonstrations that made up the civil rights movement. CP
Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton, 7 pm, $6
PICTORIAL FREEDOM—Got separation anxiety since TBA's The Works concluded its run? Get fixed at today's opening of Between my head and my hands, there is always the face of death, a group show of paintings curated by TBA visual art selector and Portland heavy-hitter Kristan Kennedy. MS
Feldman Gallery + Project Space, PNCA, 1241 NW Johnson, through March 26 (reception on Feb 3), FREE
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