Our current exhibition, Ferocious Mothers, was reviewed in Oregon ArtsWatch.
Read the full review here:https://www.orartswatch.org/ferocious-mothers-a-theater-split/
Ferocious Mothers is open by appointment though January 2, Wednesday- Saturday from 10am - 4pm.Read more
Georgina Reskala has been selected as one of the winning photographers for FotoFilmic JRNL 7. She was one of twelve photographers chosen for the Winter 2021 Issue by Jaqueline Bates and Erica Deeman.
For more information and to see the selected photographs please visit: https://fotofilmic.com/jrnl-7-winter-2021/Read more
Click here to view a video walkthrough of PDX CONTEMPORARY ART's December 2020 exhibition, Ferocious Mothers:
PDX CONTEMPORARY ART presents the work of women artists who have managed to make art, and build successful careers while being attentive mothers. This is not an easy task, particularly today.
It takes strong belief in the value of their art, a strong will to produce it, and a strong heart for their families.
With Work by:
Jessica Jackson Hutchins
FEROCIOUS MOTHERS is on view at PDX December 2, 2020 - January 2, 2021
Open by appointment Wednesday - Saturday, 10am-4pm
PDX CONTEMPORARY ART presents an online Winter Pop-up of work by select represented artists. They have made a diverse selection of work for you to give as gifts to your loved ones or to purchase for your personal collection.
Anna Gray + Ryan Wilson Paulsen
Friendly House, a mainstay organization of Portland, Oregon, moves mountains every day for individuals and families of all ages, races, genders, and economic backgrounds. Please join us in supporting their continued critical work.
10% of all sales from the PDX CONTEMPORARY ART Winter Pop-Up will be donated to Friendly House.
Iván Carmona will be a panelist in the upcoming event What We Talk About When We Talk About Craft, a virtual panel discussion with the Rainmaker Craft Initiative (RCI).
What We Talk About When We Talk About Craft is a play on the Raymond Carver story What We Talk About When We Talk About Love. Carver's story recounts a group of friends striving to characterize their understanding of love through their experiences, obstacles, and joys.
RCI invites you to engage in this virtual conversation with our guests in a wide ranging dialogue about how creative folks and craft communities are faring in these times. It is an opportunity for us to introduce ourselves, gather, and connect the scattered Oregon College of Art and Craft community. Panelists include Marjorie Dial, Brenda Mallory, Iván Carmona, Joshua West Smith, and Emily Endo. The conversation will be moderated by Karl Burkheimer.
4:00 - 5:30 pm
To reserve your spot please visit:
Iván Carmona has been selected as one of seventeen artists to receive the Support Beam Grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council, in Portland, Oregon.
Support Beam is designed to support emerging artists’ long-term creative practices and livelihoods during an unprecedented time. This new opportunity prioritizes Black artists, Indigenous artists, and artists of color to acknowledge the disproportionate historical and ongoing systemic inequities, and the impact this pandemic is having on BIPOC communities.
Inspired by the depression-era Works Progress Administration (W.P.A.), this program utilizes City of Portland PDXCARES funding to commission a piece of public art, without restriction to media or themes, and aspires to sustain as many artists as possible during a precarious economic and political time.
Follow along with their posts and stories on Instagram at #raccsupportbeam.
For more information on Support Beam: https://racc.org/2020/11/10/support-beam-round-two-announced/Read more
Join the Portland Art Museum's Native American Art Council for an informal conversation with three art gallery owners Cecily Quintana, Jane Beebe and Charles Froelick. Each has a long history of working with contemporary Indigenous artists.Read more
Justin L'Amie, Nancy Lorenz, and Jeffry Mitchell in Conversation
On the occasion of Justin L'Amie's exhibition "Shadow, Hold Your Breath" at PDX CONTEMPORARY ART, we invited Justin L'Amie to speak with artists Nancy Lorenz and Jeffry Mitchell.
LINK TO THE VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/479391488Read more
Marie Watt was welcomed as a new Trustees at The Portland Art Museum- Congratulations, Marie!
"The Portland Art Museum welcomed prominent artists Carrie Mae Weems and Marie Watt to its Board of Trustees in its virtual annual meeting earlier this month.
“I am so honored and excited that Carrie Mae Weems and Marie Watt accepted our invitation to help lead our institution at this crucial time,” said Brian Ferriso, Director and Chief Curator of the Portland Art Museum. “Our communities need the arts more than ever, and it is vital to have the wisdom of these consequential artists who have both contributed so much and in so many ways to our lives.”
Watt and Weems are among nine new or returning trustees joining the Museum’s 70-member Board of Trustees. The role of the Board of Trustees is to lead in the governance of the institution, including budget approval and oversight of the Museum’s finances and assets, hiring and evaluating the performance of the Executive Director, and serving on subcommittees overseeing the areas such as the Museum’s collections, development, equity and inclusion, finances and investments, learning and community partnerships."
For more information visit:
On the occasion of James Lavadour's exhibition EXPECTING RAIN at PDX CONTEMPORARY ART, we invite you to join us for a virtual event and conversation:
A Conversation between Artist James Lavadour and Kathleen Ash-Milby, Curator of Native American Art at Portland Art Museum
Tuesday, October 6th, 2020
WATCH THE RECORDING: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeYVtwgP86w&feature=youtu.beRead more
Join exhibiting artists Bruce Burris, Harrell Fletcher, Jessica Jackson Hutchins and Marie Watt on October 7, at 5:30 p.m. for “Hallie Ford Fellows: Art and Activism,” a virtual live presentation and Q&A on the intersections of activism, social practice and art making in their lives and communities.
To join the Virtual Presentation and Q&A: https://uoregon.zoom.us/j/94097839085
For more information visit: https://around.uoregon.edu/content/fall-brings-some-options-your-arts-an...Read more
Tad Savinar's current show A Report on America's Weather 2016-2020: Selected Works by Tad Savinar On the Eve of an Election was recently reviewed in Oregon ArtsWatch.
Read the review here: https://www.orartswatch.org/art-review-what-do-you-mean-by-that/Read more
Marie Watt is featured in 516 Arts upcoming exhibition “Feminisms” opening September 26, 2020, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. “Feminisms” is a partnership between 516 Arts and the Wheelwright Muesum of the American Indian and is guest-curated by Andrea R. Hanley.
“Feminisms features artists of various cultures whose creative possibilities use the theme of feminism in its most expansive meaning. Works are far reaching from a diasporic experience, the politics of body, resilience, self-determination, and land. These artists approach their process and practice in a variety of mediums including video, performance, installation, two and three dimensional works, all of which are all connected to current cultural, political, historical and semiotic climates.”
Feminisms will be open from September 26, 2020 to January 2, 2021.
Read about some of the work in the show here:
Listen to an interview with Carol Boss, curator Andrea Hanley, and Marie Watt here:
Storm Tharp’s Cinematic View of Everyday Life. BY BEAN GILSDORF IN REVIEWS | 24 SEP 20
Jeffry Mitchell was interviewed on TalkArt. TalkArt is podcast hosted by artist Russell Tovey and gallerist Robert Diament, "a podcast dedicated to the world of art featuring exclusive interviews with leading artists, curators & gallerists, and even occasionally their talented friends from other industries like acting, music and journalism. Listen in to explore the magic of art and why it connects us all in such fantastic ways."
This episode was recorded on September 6th, 2019 on the occasion of his being in London for his show at the Victoria and Albert Museum, which on view until October 18th, 2020.
To listen to the episode visit: https://play.acast.com/s/talkart
Or on Apple Podcasts and Spotify:
STORM THARP IN CONVERSATION WITH STEPHANIE SNYDER
ON THE OCCASION OF HIS EXHIBITION
Storm Tharp - Artist
Stephanie Snyder - The John and Anne Hauberg Curator and Director, The Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College
PDX CONTEMPORARY ART is pleased to present a conversation between Artist Storm Tharp and Curator Stephanie Snyder. In their recent conversation, Tharp and Snyder discuss the Artist's recent move to Tokyo, Japan, in addition to his newest body of work, Seeking Fragrance, on view at the Gallery through September 26th.
We hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we did! Please let us know if you would like any additional information about the work or if you would like to schedule an appointment to view the exhibition.Read more
Tad Savinar's upcoming show "A Report on America's Weather 2016-2020: Selected Works by Tad Savinar On the Eve of an Election" opens on September 23, 2020 runs through October 26th, 2020 at the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation Exhibition Space.
Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation
3033 NW Yeon Street
Portland, OR 97210
Walk in Hours:
Tuesday, October 13th- 12:00 - 4:00 pm
Sunday, October 18th- 10:00 - 4:00 pm
To inquire about the work, to make an appointment at a different time (weekdays between 10am and 5pm), or to have a representative from PDX accompany you to the show-please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I DO BELIEVE, 2020
digital print on paper
26" x 21"
Artworks by Justin L'Amie have been featured in issue 004 the magazine Buckman Journal, an Anthology of Portland Writers and Artists. The works accompany a writing by Stevan Allred titled "Goose Queen."
Get a copy of Buckman Journal here: https://www.buckmanjournal.comRead more
We are donating $1,000 During our RIVER exhibition to Portland Harbor Community Coalition. http://ourfutureriver.org/ The mission is to elevate the voices of communities most impacted by pollution in the Portland Harbor Superfund site, including Native, Black/African American, immigrant and refugee, and houseless people of all backgrounds, and to ensure that impacted communities benefit from and lead the cleanup, restoration, and redevelopment of the harbor. Please make a donation of any size. Every contribution helps.
Get Hooked Foundation – Introduces children and families in at risk communities aquatic ecosystems through mentorship.
Camp ELSO – empowering youth of color to explore the possibilities of careers in science fields, by exposure to unique outdoor learning opportunities while nurturing a love for
Iraqi Society of Oregon -Helps integrate Iraqi residents into Portland life by providing basic skills and a sense of community.
Brown Folks Fishing – A community of anglers of color cultivating the visibility, representation and inclusion of people of color in fishing and its industry
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People – Portland Branch 1120 – The Portland NAACP is focusing its efforts on economic equity, police accountability, and leadership development.
Right 2 Survive – Educates both houseless and housed people on their civil, human, and constitutional rights empowers houseless people to stand up for themselves when their rights are violated. They bridge the gap between housed and un-housed people by clearing away misconceptions and stigmas associated with houselessness.
Wisdom of the Elders –Records and preserves the oral history, cultural arts, language concepts, and traditional ecological knowledge of exemplary American Indian historians, cultural leaders and environmentalists in collaboration with arts and cultural organizations and educational institutions.
Portland African American Leadership Forum – A grassroots organization, uniting people of African descent to advance equity through community organizing, civic participation, and leadership development.
Audubon Society of Portland
Blue Green Alliance
Bonneville Environmental FundColumbia Riverkeeper
Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund
Confluence Environmental Center
Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition
International Union of Operating Engineers Local 701
Jobs With Justice
League of Women Voters of Portland
Linnton Neighborhood Association
LiUNA – Local 737
Metropolitan Alliance for Workforce Equity
NAYA — Youth and Education Services Department
Neighbors for Clean Air
Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods
Occupy St. Johns
Oneill Electric Inc – O’Neill Construction Group
Oregon Community Health Worker Association
Oregon & Southern Idaho District Council of Laborers
Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility
Oregon State University – Superfund Research Center
Oregon Tradeswomen, Inc.
Portland Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines
Portland Harbor Community Advisory Group
Portland Jobs with Justice
Portland People’s Coalition
Portland Raging Grannies
St. Johns Center for Opportunity
Willamette River Advocacy Group
Willamette River Partnership
Our River. Our Future.
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