The page features links to multimedia presentations and videos about museum exhibitions and collections. More presentations will follow soon.
This presentation surveys the career of Oregon painter Carl Hall. The museum’s gallery for Northwest Art is named in honor of Carl Hall, who taught at Willamette University from 1948 – 1986.
This presentation documents the 2008 exhibition The Art of Ceremony - Regalia of Native Oregon, organized by the Hallie Ford Museum of Art. This exhibition was funded by the National Endowment for the Arts as an American Masterpieces Project.
This presentation documents the exhibition Ray Trayle: Prints from the Legendary Presses on view at the museum from August 25 to November 4, 2012. It features the museum's permanent collection of prints made on hand-crafted custom designed printing presses built by Ray Trayle.
This presentation offers a virtual tour of the museum's Mark and Janeth Sponenburgh Gallery and the exhibition Across Continents, Through Time which includes art works from our survey collection spanning over 4000 years.
Extending the Conversation
This series of short videos was created as part of a project titled Extending the Conversation at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. The project included the acquisition of an artwork, an onsite residency, and a short film about the artist and their work. Three Native American artists from the Pacific Northwest were selected for this program. They are Robert Kentta, Joe Feddersen, and Marie Watt.