A color study showing small square swatches of 70 different colors

Color Code

McEvoy Arts’ fifth anniversary exhibition Color Code celebrates color and its vibrant expressions in the arts.

Kenji Ide: A Poem of Perception

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.

A gallery lit with orange and blue-purple light. The far back wall has a sunset over water projected onto it. There are white pedestals holding white geometric sculptures on the left and right.

Dreams of Unknown Islands

Dreams of Unknown Islands transforms the Cooley into an ecological dreamscape in which coastal shores, animal migrations, and the shifting colors of the sky are transmitted through ritual sound, projected film, and a group of functional island sculptures, commissioned for the exhibition.

A hole containing a mystery element is shown partially dug in an arid landscape

Carbon

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

A figure facing away from the camera is draped in fabric with the right hand above their head, fingers spread apart. They are surrounded by orange and pink colored lighting.

jaamil olawale kosoko: Syllabus for Black Love/ the hold

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.

A close-up image of multi-colored feather bundles

JESSICA CADKIN: PLUME

Jessica Cadkin’s installation, “Plume,” is made up of over seventy abstracted feather shapes, layered in small groupings and mounted on clear rods.

A textile-based pink patchwork artwork, text: 'We're all Gonna Die' in all caps.

Joey Veltkamp: SPIRIT!

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.