In October 1995 local photographer Christopher Rauschenberg took a pair of scissors to a standard map of Portland and cut it into 98 pieces. He then invited a group of 12 Portland photographers, using a variety of cameras, films, formats, and digital processes, to all photograph the randomly selected square each month. By 2005 they had covered every square mile of Portland and shown each other over 20,000 images. With the addition of new faces and perspectives, the Portland Grid Project continues looking at our ever-changing city in Round Three, now in its first year.