First Thursday Exhibition Openings March 2nd-4th

February 27, 2023

The CCAC is opening Dendrostalkers, a solo exhibition of new and recent video works by Julia Oldham. Join us for an artist talk w/ Julia 3/2 at 2PM in the mediateque -- free lunch provided!

Ebony Frison's solo exhibition Seeds of Survival

Reception: Thursday 3/2 5-7PM

PNCA Atrium Feb 20th - March 4th

511 NW Broadway

Ebony Frison's solo exhibition Seeds of Survival

Support Visual Studies Alum Erin Degerink's solo exhibition: Horizon 

Art at the Cave Gallery, March/3/23- April /1/23

Opening reception March 3, from 6-8pm

This month the Upper Space in  the Cave Gallery is filled with magical and melancholy images. Horizon is a solo show of Erin Dengerink's paintings and sculptures that depict loss, love, and letting go. There are a number of Dengerink's large paintings in the Upper Space, with small and tiny works peppered in. 

Art at the Cave

108 East Evergreen blvd, Vancouver WA

New works by Erin Dengerink from Horizon

Friday March 3 1:30-4:30 413 (During Queer Theory)

Join us Friday for Eric Stanley's discussion on their book Atmospheres of Violence.

Eric Stanley is an associate professor in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. They are also affiliated with the Program in Critical Theory and the Haas LGBTQ Citizenship Research Cluster. 511 NW Broadway

Pour the Water as I Leave (Vol. 1)

Opening: Friday, 3/3   6-8PM   

Sator Projects: 1715 SE 3rd, 97214

An art exhibition supporting the women-led animated feature documentary, Pour the Water as I Leave, currently in production in Portland, OR. Pour the Water as I Leave is a 90-minute animated, narrative/documentary hybrid feature film. It tells a story about what happened to Bosnians 25 years ago and how it relates to refugees all over the world today.

You will view hand-drawn animation cels and animated excerpts from the film by Visual Studies Alum Daniela Repas, the Bosnian-born and Portland-based director, animator, and creator of Pour the Water as I Leave, plus see behind-the-scenes photography by Visual Studies Alum Simone Fischer.

Opening Saturday March 4th: My Private Property

Carnation Contemporary

8371 N Interstate Ave, Portland OR 

Group exhibition featuring Visual Studies Alum Simone Fischer and curated by Lusi Lukova. This show ask visual artists and writer to consider -as both individuals and makers- when does your work feel most deliriously free and true?