Upcoming Exhibitions

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Bonnie Hull, “Pop's Floor," 2019

Bonnie Hull: Memory as Myth

Exhibition Dates To Be Determined

Study Gallery and Print Study Center

Please note: due to COVID-19 the exhibition dates may change

Salem, Oregon artist Bonnie Hull (American, born 1944) has been making drawings, paintings, and quilts in Salem for 50 years. The exhibition features new work created specifically for the exhibition as well as a variety of other work spanning her life as an artist and includes a selection of her drawing books from over the years. 

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Clifford Gleason, “Still Life with Spools,” ca. 1947

Clifford Gleason: The Promise of Paint

Exhibition Dates To Be Determined

Melvin Henderson-Rubio Gallery

Please note: due to COVID-19 the exhibition dates may change

Clifford Gleason (American, 1913-1978), who grew up in Salem and spent his adult life in both Salem and Portland, was a talented and highly original artist whose work remains of keen interest to a small but loyal group of collectors and fellow artists but whose accomplishments are less generally known than those of other Oregon mid-twentieth-century modernists. 

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Lockwood Dennis, “Public Market," 1992

Lockwood Dennis: Woodcuts

October 24, 2020 – January 17, 2021

Study Gallery and Print Study Center

Please note: due to COVID-19 the exhibition dates may change

Lockwood Dennis (American, 1937-2012) was a highly regarded Washington printmaker who is known for his woodcut prints that captured iconic scenes of Seattle, Portland, and the artist’s travels throughout the western United States. 

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Virginia Darcé, "The Market" (detail), 1938

Forgotten Stories: Northwest Public Art in the 1930s

November 21, 2020 – March 28, 2021

Melvin Henderson-Rubio Gallery and the Maribeth Collins Lobby

Please note: due to COVID-19 the exhibition dates may change

This is the first major exhibition to celebrate the bounty of artwork created in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana under the New Deal Federal Art Projects in the 1930s. Organized by the Tacoma Art Museum, the exhibition features work by such notable Pacific Northwest artists of the 1930s as Louie Bunce, Kenneth Callahan, Fay Chong, Elizabeth Colborne, Martina Gangle, Gordon Gilkey, Charles Heaney, Bue Kee, and Albert and Arthur Rundquist among others. 

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Cayla Skillin-Brauchle, "Gravity", 2019

Cayla Skillin-Brauchle: Locating

Exhibition Dates To Be Determined

Atrium Gallery

This exhibition has been postponed to the spring of 2021.

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