Opening Friday, September 30th, "Organic Encounters" presents work from the 2015–2016 c3:initiative and Pulp & Deckle Papermaking Residency artists Ellen George, Laura Foster, Tyler Peterson, and Ryan Woodring...Read more
Sunday Sept 25th, 4 p.m. A panel discussion in conjunction with the exhibition "OPEN THIS END" Contemporary Art from the Collection of Blake Byrne...Read more
The first in a set of four exhibitions, "Structures and Feelings" brings together works by Portland-based Anna Gray + Ryan Wilson Paulsen and Mexican artist Adriana Lara...Read more
The inspiration for Megan Murphy’s “Pilgrim” flows literally from her backyard...Read more
Susie J. Lee and her project, Siren, have been selected as an entrepreneur in residence at the New Museum's NEW INC program in New York City for the 2016-2017 season! ...Read more
Please join us at the gallery for light refreshments and a discussion of how we arrive at the price of an art work. It is a continued effort to "open the doors", to make transparent, what goes into acquiring art and building a collection...Read more
Sunday, August 14th, 11am-12pm at the Cleaners at the Ace Hotel ...Read more
Laura Fried, the Artistic Director of the Seattle Art Fair, selected Jeffry Mitchell, among several artists, to create special projects for the fair...Read more
PDX is pleased to be among the galleries selected to exhibit at the 2016 Seattle Art Fair...Read more
Exhibition extended through Oct 15th....
Portland 2016 - A Biennial of Comtemporary Art Curated by Michelle Grabner.
Storm Tharp's paintings as well as David Eckard, Mike Bray, Brenna Murphy and Giles Lyon
SCHNEIDER MUSEUM OF ART
1250 Siskiyou Blvd
Ashland, Oregon 97520
New installation of the permanent collection at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.Read more
"Gold Pickle Jar" On View at The Renwick GalleryRead more
BAMPFA's collection will be on view in the exhibition "This Just In: Recent Acquisitions, from July 6 to September 11, 2016"...Read more
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), a global leader in art and design education, announced the appointment of Arnold J. Kemp as the School’s dean of graduate studies. Concurrent with this appointment, Kemp joins the faculty of the Department of Painting and Drawing as a professor. Kemp comes to SAIC from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) where he is an associate professor and the chair of the Department of Painting and Printmaking.
Arnold J. Kemp has been making and exhibiting critically engaging art for 25 years while concurrently writing and publishing critical and creative texts. Since 2009, he has served as a mentor for graduate students in a full-time academic administration role at Pacific Northwest College of Art and VCU. While at VCU, Kemp introduced a rigorously diverse visiting artist lecture series, established a new curriculum and brought a global perspective to courses in professional practices for graduate students. Prior to that, he was the chair of the Master of Fine Arts in Visual Studies Program at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. He also worked as one of the founding curators of San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
“We’re thrilled to have Arnold join us as our dean of graduate studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago,” said Lisa Wainwright, SAIC’s dean of faculty and vice president of academic affairs. “The many roles he has played as an artist, curator, writer and lecturer are symbiotic with his personal research, art work and passion for preparing interdisciplinary artists for a lifetime of creative practice. Having the mindset of the artist and scholar within the School’s leadership is key to what makes SAIC, and its graduate programs in particular, so influential.”Read more
PORT(landart.net) has selected Ellen George's current exhibition, "May", as a First Thursday Pick...Read more
Art Market San Francisco, April 27th — May 1st, 2016...Read more
A talk with artist Victoria Haven about the body of work exhibited in the Portland Art Museum's 2016 Contemporary Northwest Art Awards...Read more
A group show on reinvention curated by Kate Bonansinga. April 22 through August 14, 2016 ...Read more
A new exhibit at the High Desert Museum in Bend, Oregon, explores the Works Progress Administration (WPA) highlighting the history, people and impact of the WPA and will include relevant paintings and prints from the Portland Art Museum and an immersive scene from the Great Depression as well as a monumental new work by Marie Watt commissioned by the Museum in the spirit of the WPA...Read more