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Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art 1430 Johnson Lane, Eugene, OR

The best works of comics journalism stand as compelling examples of how the news might be reimagined as an artistic practice.


Michelle Segre: Transmitters & Receivers

Lumber Room 419 Northwest 9th Ave., Portland, OR

Together, the pieces describe a whole cosmos, born from Segre’s previous cosmos, a home to marbled nebulae, dark angels, gushing black holes, all floating in a rich, conducting fluid like some interstellar paella.


Flower Eaters

Anti-Aesthetic 245 W. 8th Ave, Eugene, OR

The lighting is a crucial element to this exhibition as it offers a visual representation of space-set-apart and realities-shifted within the gallery, both during gallery hours and overnight as a glowing otherworldly oasis experienced via the storefront windows.


Katarina Zdjelar: Proximities, a rehearsal, an archive

Oregon Contemporary 8371 N Interstate Ave, Portland, Portland, OR

Zdjelar proposes this artistic meeting between Kollwitz and Hoyer as a manifestation of shared affinities with (proto) feminist pacifism, solidarity, and collective transformation across the barriers of time, class, and social differences.


Fawn Krieger: Rebus Principle

SE Cooper Contemporary 6901 SE 110th AVE, Portland, OR

This work was born from wanting to restore language or sentences to image/pattern/form.


MK Guth: Touching Matter

Elizabeth Leach Gallery 417 NW 9th Avenue, Portland, OR

Guth’s multidisciplinary practice includes video, photography, sculpture, performance, and interactive exchange-based projects.


Jinie Park: Windows

Elizabeth Leach Gallery 417 NW 9th Avenue, Portland, OR

Elizabeth Leach Gallery is pleased to present Windows, new abstract works by Jinie Park that combine painting and sculpture, and feature radiant color washes on cut-out canvases.



Portland Art Museum 1219 SW Park Avenue, Porland, OR

At the same time, through photography, painting, sculpture and mixed media they celebrate the ongoing presence of Native American art and culture and remind us that art is an essential form of activism.


Bottoms Up

Well Well Projects 8371 N Interstate Ave #1, Portland, OR

These parts and pieces are familiar but made strange.


Simone Fischer: OFFAL

Astoria Visual Arts 1000 Duane Street, Astoria, OR

Fischer asks us to take a second look at the materials and processes deemed useless within mass food production that could actually sustain us.


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Agenda 4505 SE Belmont, Suite A, Portland, OR

This painstaking and lengthy process of installation deserves an in-person pilgrimage as photo documentation cannot represent the experience of being enveloped in this organized chaos.



Stelo 412 NW 8th Ave, Portland, OR

This group exhibition celebrates alternative models and spaces for material exploration in art making from our paper and print residents.


nat turner project ASYLUM TOO

Well Well Projects 8371 N Interstate Ave #1, Portland, OR

To ask the question, “What is the value of a public outcry in the aftermath of failed metamorphosis?”