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UNMUTED: PCC Student Art Exhibition 20/21
Look for our art student online exhibition in May 2021! Posted April 5, 2021
Jenene Nagy working in her studio Jenene Nagy
Jenene Nagy is a visual artist living and working in the Inland Empire, California. Recent solo exhibition venues include PDX […] Posted March 22, 2021
george johanson video George Johanson
George Johanson is a Portland, Oregon based painter, printmaker, and ceramic tile muralist. As our featured artist, Johanson will be meeting […] Posted February 22, 2021
Sabina Haque, Detail of (UN)Belonging, installation at NW Dance Project, Portland, OR, January-February 2021, ink drawings on DuraLar and Mylar transparencies, 15 drawings, each 7' x 3' or 3' x 7'. Photographs by Ian Lucero. Sabina Haque: (UN) Belonging
A virtual exhibition of the multimedia installation by Sabina Haque presenting drawings, video, and performance exploring the cycle of welcoming and excluding, and what it means to belong to a community Posted February 1, 2021
Valenzuela artwork Rodrigo Valenzuela
We are pleased to introduce our current Helzer Gallery Featured Artist, Rodrigo Valenzuela. Valenzuela’s work in photography, video, and installation […] Posted December 1, 2020
Marjorie Dial in her studio Marjorie Dial
Marjorie Dial was born in Columbia, SC. She holds an MFA in Craft from Oregon College of Art and Craft […] Posted October 9, 2020
A video still of Untitled (Saturday, October 16, 1993) shows a weathered newspaper clipping of a figure dressed in a white shirt with red tie standing before microphones. Arms reach out from the left side of the shot with tape recorders and additional microphones preparing to record the speaker’s voice. Rami George: and one day will tell you so many stories
Window exhibition: video essays and billboard - viewing extended through February 21, 2021. Posted September 14, 2020
Tyler Hohnstein, Girl Goes to Sea series, gallery view in 2020 Tyler Hohnstein: Stories, window exhibition
Window exhibition of narrative photography by local artist Tyler Hohnstein on view August 24 - September 13, 2020. Posted August 24, 2020
poem in window Livid, window exhibition
Livid: Anger ain't even the right word . . . Posted July 22, 2020
students in front of marquee and gallery window in 2019 Jefferson High BSU is Proud of its Graduating Seniors, window exhibition
Sharita Towne honors Jefferson High School's Black Student Union (BSU) graduates with screenprints in the window. In 2019, these BSU students were instrumental in activating the gallery windows in HERE // Humboldt by the Black Life Experiential Research Group. The Paragon Arts Gallery congratulates these students, too! Posted June 11, 2020