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Announcing the Paragon Arts Gallery Student Exhibition ONLINE 2020

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Join us ONLINE for the Paragon Arts Gallery 2020 Student Exhibition!

Recent artwork by Portland Community College Cascade Campus Arts Students, juried by Ted Smith.

The Paragon Arts Gallery at Portland Community College, Cascade Campus moves ONLINE for the fourth annual juried exhibition of works from PCC Cascade arts students. Guest juried by Ted Smith of the Portland Art Museum and KMHD radio, the exhibition features both selected student art as well as a salon-style showcase of 2D, 3D and new media work by students made in the past year at PCC Cascade.

Guest Juror: Ted Smith

Ted Smith has generously welcomed visitors to the Portland Art Museum for 12 years. He frequently gives tours on African American art and history. You can hear him on KMHD radio on Friday afternoons as the legendary Baby Boomer who gets your weekend started with the “Soulful Strut.” In addition to selecting student work for prizes, Ted Smith will offer optional “gallery (video) chats” with students interested in discussing their work further.

Enter the Gallery!
  • Ceramics and Sculpture
  • Drawing and Collage
  • Painting and Mixed Media
  • Printmaking
  • Photography, Digital Art, and Video
Here are some highlights from 2019 —
Details of works in the 2019 Paragon Arts Annual Student Exhibition

Details of artwork from the Paragon Arts Annual 2019 Student Exhibition by Limei Lai (mixed media), Greta Hennessey (ceramics), Mickey Lockhart-Tufts (photography), Anissa Harvey (printmaking), Adonis Rodriguez (drawing), Geeta Lewis (painting).

 

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x by Knife Smith 4 months ago

Amazing works of art from all the students!!

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