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Julie Green: The Last Supper

Bellevue Arts Museum 510 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA

800 Plates Illustrating Final Meals of US Death Row Inmates

Tikkun: For the Cosmos, the Community, and Ourselves

Contemporary Jewish Museum 736 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA

Tikkun: For the Cosmos, the Community, and Ourselves presents works by thirty Bay Area–based contemporary artists reflecting on the Jewish concept of tikkun (Hebrew for “to repair”).


Donna Huanca: MAGMA SLIT

Henry Art Gallery 15th Ave NE &, NE 41st St, Seattle, WA

Huanca’s installations encompass painting, sculpture, and live performance, and are characteristically created for, and integrated with, the specific architectural spaces in which they are presented.


Candice Lin: Seeping, Rotting, Resting, Weeping

BAMPFA 2155 Center Street, Berkeley, CA

Drawing from years of material research, Lin has created a new body of work that is grounded in the uncanny sense of isolation yet collective experience that has marked our lives during these pandemic years.


Joey Veltkamp: SPIRIT!

Bellevue Arts Museum 510 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA

Veltkamp’s work is heavily influenced by the sublime natural beauty of the Puget Sound and the quirky places and people who, like the artist himself, joyfully call this region home.


Patte Loper: Laboratory for Other Worlds

Bellevue Arts Museum 510 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA

Laboratory for Other Worlds is a multimedia landscape that uses animation, sound, and everyday objects to create a hand-woven, immersive environment.


Shades of Light⁠

Portland Art Museum 1219 SW Park Avenue, Porland, OR

Shades of Light brings together ceramics, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and textiles from the Portland Art Museum’s permanent collection.


Indigenous Matrix: Northwest Women Printmakers

Seattle Art Museum 1300 1st Ave, Seattle, WA

Delight in the bold graphics and striking colors of Northwest Native silkscreen prints with this installation of contemporary works by Indigenous women. his installation brings to light the unique contributions of several women artists whose imagery divulges personal experiences, complex mythologies, and unfettered expression, pushing styles and subjects into new directions that continue to inspire a new generation of Native artists.


Blue is Our Color

Hedreen Gallery 901 12th Avenue, FINR 202, Seattle, WA

These symbols are put in dialogue with contemporary large-scale fabric collages, eye-catching abstractions, and cyanotype photographs of the 2020 demonstrations against police brutality. As a visual thread, blue (and by extension, ideas of Blackness and African-ness) is shown to hold much more than stagnant history and simplistic ideas of identity.


Jeremy Shaw: Liminals

Frye Art Museum 704 Terry Avenue, Seattle, WA

Born in Vancouver and now based in Berlin, Jeremy Shaw explores altered states and the cultural and scientific practices that attempt to capture transcendental experience. The artist draws on and often combines the strategies of documentary filmmaking, music video, conceptual art, and scientific research to create a space of ambiguity in which disparate belief systems and histories are thrown into interpretive limbo.


Collective Arising: The Insistence of Black Bay Area Artists

Museum of Sonoma County 425 Seventh Street, Santa Rosa, CA

Collective Arising: The Insistence of Black Bay Area Artists features art by contemporary Black artists who have participated in interdisciplinary collectives. Collectives have served both the revolutionary and creative practices of Black, queer, and femme people across the diaspora. The artworks in Collective Arising—which includes textile, sculpture, glass, print, painting, photography, video, and installation—speak to this dual purpose at the core of the formation of artist collectives.

One Day Neon Art Immersive With Roxy Rose

Museum of Neon Art 216 S. Brand Blvd., Glendale, CA

Experience the entire process of bending neon, from glass to glow! Each student will head home with their own handmade experimental work. Get into the soft flame of the ribbon fire to make your own neon gesture.


fore x four

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

As a collection, the 16 works illustrate a complex mapping of generations of artists who each offer unique approaches to the sentiments of guardianship, responsibility, caretaking, guidance, and love.


by Alison Knowles: A Retrospective (1960–2022)

BAMPFA 2155 Center Street, Berkeley, CA

Best known as a core member of Fluxus, the avant-garde art group founded in 1962, Alison Knowles has created groundbreaking experiments that have influenced contemporary art and artists for over fifty years. This is the first comprehensive exhibition of her work, spanning the entire breadth of her still-active career, from her intermedia works of the 1960s to participatory and relational art from the 2000s.


everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt.

Henry Art Gallery 15th Ave NE &, NE 41st St, Seattle, WA

This exhibition of moving image installations, drawn from the Henry collection, spans a wide range of style and conceptual approaches.


At the Table

Armory Center for the Arts 145 North Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA

At the Table is a group exhibition that explores our intimate and communal relationships with food and investigates the many ways these connections were severed or challenged during the 2020-21 lockdown triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Through artworks, documentary photography, recorded narratives, and ephemera, this exhibition creates space for reflection on the role food plays in our lives as individuals and in our communities and traces the effects of the pandemic on the ways we interact with and consume food.


Clement Valla: Scanners

bitforms gallery SF 1275 Minnesota Street, San Francisco, CA

Clement Valla collects environmental data through an intricate process of photography and three-dimensional scanning. His highly specific procedures convert natural objects into data systems. Through the artist’s work with diverse software he explores issues of mediated and computer vision in respect to the natural world. Scanners presents Valla’s exploration of the technical aspects of picture-making. 


Sarah German: Sunset Abstractions

Pendleton Center for the Arts 214 N Main St, Pendleton, OR

The Lorenzen Gallery is a space where emerging artists can gain experience in the practical aspects of having an exhibit.


Enrique Chagoya: Solo Exhibition

Pendleton Center for the Arts 214 N Main St, Pendleton, OR

Through Oct. 6 view a solo exhibition of Chagoya’s works on paper at the Pendleton Center for the Arts


Cannupa Hanska Luger + Marie Watt: GATHER

Stelo 412 NW 8th Ave, Portland, OR

Part of the core residency at Stelo Arts, GATHER features the multi-year collaboration of two Indigenous artists, Cannupa Hanska Luger and Marie Watt.

Composed Surfaces

Round Weather 951 Aileen St., Oakland, CA

Composed Surfaces is an exhibition of paintings by Alexandra Bowes, Vicky Colombet, Tyler Cross, Sally Egbert, Prajakti Jayavant, and Javier Manrique.


1709 SE 3rd Ave, Portland OR 97214 1709 SE 3rd Ave, Portland, Oregon

In CAIRNATOPIA, artist Nan Curtis presents a distinctive cache of found objects and constructed forms. This new body of work showcases various mediums, including; kiln-formed glass, construction flags, and springs from an old mattress. Intensely personal possessions, a handmade indigo-dyed and woven rug, diaries, childhood dolls, boxes of ashes from deceased pets, and the urn of the artist's father coalesce, carefully and precariously, arranged in piles, stacks – cairns.


Market at the Park

Olympic Sculpture Park 2901 WESTERN AVENUE, Seattle, WA

Enjoy open air park dining by MARKET, located in the Olympic Sculpture Park



Kittredge Gallery 3211 N 15th St, Tacoma, WA

An artist's journey from Kittredge Hall to the present


You Must Be Held

Specialist 300 South Washington Street, Seattle, WA

In You Must be Held, Freeman quietly, and often unexpectedly, invents rituals that begin to mobilize this rage through acts of self-reflection and care.


All in the Delivery : Patrick Collier at Truckenbrod Gallery, Corvallis

Truckenbrod Gallery Corvallis, OR

In his latest exhibition “All in the Delivery,” Collier uses corrugated boxes and packaging materials from shipments as the foundation for the seven sculptures in the show, ranging in size from tabletop deconstructed pieces to free-standing monoliths.


Fox gloves: Midori Hirose & Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson

Helen's Costume 7706 SE Yamhill Street, Portland, OR

Helen's Costume is pleased to present Foxgloves, a two-person art exhibition with a new series of sculptures by Midori Hirose and Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson's energetic drawings on paper.


Marco Maggi: Tiny Tyrannies

Hosfelt Gallery 260 Utah Street, San Francisco, CA

Maggi's shapes suggest meaning — alphabets of unknown languages, computer circuitry, Google Earth imaging of vaguely familiar cities — but no matter how much you puzzle over them, the forms are ultimately inexplicable.


jaamil olawale kosoko: Syllabus for Black Love/ the hold

Center for Contemporary Art & Culture 511 NW Broadway, Portland, OR

The Center for Contemporary Art & Culture at PNCA is pleased to announce the hold, an installation by jaamil olawale kosoko exhibited in partnership with the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA) as part of their twentieth annual Time-Based Art Festival, happening September 8–18, 2022.



The Vestibule 5919 15th Ave NW, Seattle, WA

Burning and screaming, trees, regenerating mushrooms, plastic and concrete recycled into sneering skulls and melting…


Mercury 20 Gallery 475 25th Street, Oakland, CA

In late 2021, Neo Serafimidis began a photographic exploration in response to the perception of nature and reality into which we would emerge after COVID. As it turned out, the pandemic was not over; re-emergence in any sense was suspended. Our relationship to this new world is vague and as variable and mutable as the virus itself.


Alexis Smith: The American Way

MCASD 700 Prospect St., La Jolla, CA

Smith’s collages combine found texts, images, and objects to underscore and exaggerate how we are shaped by the media and culture that surround us.


Measuring Consciousness

CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions 1401 16th St, San Francisco, CA

CULT Aimee Friberg is pleased to announce Measuring Consciousness, a solo exhibition of batik painting, ceramic and stone sculptures by the artist Zhivago Duncan.


Tom Hausken

Hanson Howard Gallery 89 Oak Street, Ashland, OR

Tom Hausken solo exhibition at the Hanson Howard Gallery



Creativity Explored 3245 16th Street, San Francisco, CA

In the studios and from home, CE artists interested in needle crafts have expanded their horizons by experimenting with technique, scale, and materials to consider their practice from the perspective of sculpture.


Kenji Ide: A Poem of Perception

Portland Japanese Garden 611 SW Kingston Avenue, Portland, OR

In Kenji Ide’s installation, A Poem of Perception, the Kanagawa-based artist has created a constellation of found objects and small-scale sculptures that encourage viewers to heighten their sensitivity to their own experience of time, place, and imagination.

Free with admission to Portland Japanese Garden

Closing Reception: Laura Berger ‘Chrysalis’

Stephanie Chefas Projects 305 SE 3RD AVE STE. 202, Portland, OR

Join us for a closing reception on the last day of Laura Berger's exhibit as we say goodbye to Stephanie Chefas Projects' first location in Southeast Portland and welcome the transition to a larger space this Fall.


Joan Didion: What She Means

Hammer Museum 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Opening less than a year after her death at age 87, and planned since 2019, Joan Didion: What She Means follows a meandering chronology that grapples with the simultaneously personal and distant evolution of Didion’s voice as a writer and pioneer of the “New Journalism.”

Jeffrey Gibson: They Come From Fire

Portland Art Museum 1219 SW Park Avenue, Porland, OR

An immersive, site-responsive installation by multimedia artist Jeffrey Gibson, They Come From Fire will transform the exterior windows on the facade of the museum’s main building as well as its two-story interior Schnitzer Sculpture Court.


DIE D.E.I.: A Discussion on the Horrors of Institutional Inclusion


"DIE D.E.I: A Discussion on the Horrors of Institutional Inclusion" is the sequel to "MATCHING MINORITIES//DOUBTFUL DOUBLES: A conversation on institutionalized racism, tokenism, microaggressions, and inclusion vs. optics in the art world,” a session organized in 2020 by Stop DiscriminAsian members Jen Delos Reyes and Astria Suparak.