Contemporary Stratigraphy Remember the Future – Forget the Past (Remember the Past – Forget the Future)
Liz Ensz, Oquirrh Range (pre-Kennecott topology), 2018, 2-weft, double weave (double width) digitally designed, hand woven Jacquard cloth, hand dyed […] Posted June 15, 2018
Woman and daughter laying on a blanket and smiling Illuminating Family, Reframing Teen Parenthood
The exhibition celebrates and honors teen families, showing them as strong, dignified, loving, and successful in life. Posted May 17, 2018
Student Show Paragon Arts Annual 2018 Juried Student Exhibition
Selected works by PCC Cascade Arts Students, juried by Sara Siestreem. Posted April 11, 2018
Show card kiki nicole + black apotrope
NTP allows artists of color to go beyond the usual initial expositions inherent in presenting art borne of marginalized perspectives to a dominant culture. Posted February 27, 2018
Show card Perception-Sensation
Mana Mehrabian and Amelia C. Warden elicit questions about how individuals and communities consider time, events and places through their different perceptions and sensations. Posted January 22, 2018
Show card Contact Zones
Samuel Eisen-Meyers is a oil painter, songwriter and performer born and raised in Portland, OR. His upcoming show, “Contact Zones” presents two new series of large and small scale paintings. Posted November 22, 2017
Kindred Detail Intersections Fiber and Book Arts
The work of Naomi S. Velasquez, an award winning contemporary textile and book artist. Posted October 19, 2017
This is a Black Spatial Imaginary This is a Black Spatial Imaginary
This is a Black Spatial Imaginary brings together installation, video, print media, and public intervention, exploring new forms of practice at the intersection of art, collaboration, historical record, urban planning, collaboration and creative exchange. Posted September 1, 2017
Work Play Work/Play: 2017 Biennial Faculty Exhibition
Featuring Cascade faculty work Posted June 6, 2017
Justseeds Justseeds
PCC Cascade's Paragon Art Gallery Presents: Making Change, featuring prints from Justseeds. The gallery will be hosting a variety of free, interactive events and workshops that are open to the public to promote positive social change. Posted May 16, 2017