Artist, Curator and Activist
Short Films and Video
Marc Moscato is an artist, curator and activist living in Portland, OR, where he directs the Dill Pickle Club, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to broaden knowledge about Portland's past, present and future. His short films and videos have screened at film festivals, theaters and non-traditional spaces across the country, including the New York Underground Film Festival, Chicago Underground Film Festival, Video Mundi Festival and many more. He has more than 10 years experience in marketing and communications, and has worked for Museum of Contemporary Craft, City Club of Portland, Microcosm Publishing, Peripheral Produce and Squeaky Wheel, in addition to directing DIY arts center My House in Eugene, OR, 2001-2003. Most recently, Marc has been given a Sappi Award: Ideas that Matter, for his work with the Dill Pickle Club.