Jeffrey Gibson: They Come From Fire

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.

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


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

A baroque porcelain statue comprised of two seated figurines and a woman crouched on a bedecked dining table.

The Art of Food | Artist Talk and Opening Reception

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at PSU is pleased to present an artist talk and opening reception on Wednesday, September 7 to celebrate the new exhibition “The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation.”

You Must Be Held

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.

A black and white surrealist pattern on paper featuring natural motifs

Night Vision

Gray Loft Gallery is delighted to present Night Vision – curated by Isaac Jasper Amala.…

Four similarly geometric objects sit equally spaced apart on a semicircular white table.


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.