was a center for contemporary art in Southeast Portland, Oregon. It was led by a desire to support artists, propose new modes of production, and stimulate the ongoing public discourse around art. This website serves as an archive of Yale Union’s programming from 2011 through 2021.

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A Performance
Wednesday, April 10, 8pm (Promptly)
$12 – Tickets Available at the Door

Keiji Haino’s career as a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist began 43 years ago when he dropped out of high school. Since then, he has aimed to become the total sum of his music, speaking of it as an absolute condition.

Keiji Haino was born in 1952 in Chiba, Japan. He has released twenty-two solo studio albums and collaborated with countless other musicians and composers, including Tony Conrad, Toru Takemitsu, and Faust. He currently lives in Tokyo. At Yale Union, Keiji Haino will perform a solo improvisation for voice and a wine-red Gibson SG.

This would not be possible without the support of Jay Sanders and Lawrence Kumpf.

Keiji Haino, Nijiumu, P.S.F. Records, 1990