OREGON ART MUSEUMS
NON-PROFIT ART ORGANIZATIONS & ART CENTERS
Links and listings of art museums, non-profit art organizations and art centers in Oregon.
For this online guide our focus is primarily on museums that present the visual arts, both contemporary and traditional fine art.
Art museums and non-profit art centers are valuable community assets. They rely heavily on memberships and on your support,
so please consider joining and supporting them. The membership benefits are worth it plus you will be contributing to important
local and regional art resources.
Non-profit art centers frequently provide exhibition space for new and cutting edge contemporary art as well as traditional
fine art exhibitions. Besides visual arts, many art centers also provide facilities for music, performance art and other arts,
as well as art education.
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Oregon Art Museums
Coos Art Museum (Coos Bay)
Four Rivers Cultural Center (Ontario)
Grants Pass Art Museum
The High Desert Museum (Bend)
Museum of Contemporary Craft (Portland)
Portland Art Museum
Portland Institute for Contemporary Art
Oregon Historical Society (Portland)
University Art Museums and Art Galleries in Oregon
Hallie Ford Museum of Art (Willamette University, Salem)
Photography at Oregon (U of O, Eugene)
Schneider Museum of Art - Southern Oregon University (Ashland)
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (U of O, Eugene)
The Wiseman Gallery (Rogue Community College, Grants Pass)
Oregon Art Centers
The 3D Center of Art and Photography (Portland)
Ashland Art Center
Bend Art Center (Bend)
The Bush Barn Art Center (Salem)
Coquille Valley Art Center (Coquille)
Corvallis Art Center
Crossroads Center for Creative & Performing Arts (Baker City)
Disjecta Contemporary Art Center (Portland)
Four Rivers Cultural Center and Museum (Ontario)
Hoffman Center (Manzanita)
Maude Kerns Art Center (Eugene)
Newport Visual Arts Center
Pendleton Center for the Arts
Portland Institute for Contemporary Art
Rogue Gallery & Art Center (Medford)
Salem Art Association Visual Arts Center
Sitka Center for Art and Ecology (Otis)
Umpqua Valley Arts Center (Roseburg)
Valley Art (Forest Grove)
Woodburn Art Center & Glatt House Gallery (Woodburn)
World Forestry Center (Portland)
Yale Union - YU (Portland)
Oregon Non-Profit Art Organizations
Arts Central Oregon (Bend)
Arts Council of Southern Oregon (Medford)
Blue Sky Gallery (Portland)
Cannon Beach Arts Association
Columbia Art Gallery (Hood River)
Contemporary Crafts Gallery (Portland)
High Desert Art League
Lane Arts Council (Eugene)
Oregon Arts Commission
Oregon Art Education Association
Oregon Coast Council for the Arts (Newport)
Oregon Historical Society
p:ear - education art recreation (Portland)
Pelican Bay Arts Association (Brookings)
PhotoZone Gallery (Eugene)
Print Arts Northwest (Portland)
Regional Arts & Culture Council (Portland)
Salem Art Association
Silverton Art Association
Umpqua Valley Arts Association (Roseburg)
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Tacoma Art Museum
Tacoma Art Museum is pleased to announce that on January 19, 2019,
they celebrated the opening of the new Rebecca and Jack Benaroya Wing.
The Rebecca and Jack Benaroya Collection, places TAM into one of the top five public collections of studio glass nationwide. The art glass movement is nearly
synonymous with the Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, WA, founded in 1971 by Dale Chihuly, Anne Gould Hauberg and John Hauberg. TAM's glass collection preserves
and illustrates the history of how the Northwest became a world-renowned center for this art form; it is built upon key gifts from Chihuly, Hauberg, and Paul Marioni,
who was a longtime instructor at Pilchuck. Dale Chihuly donated a retrospective collection of his work to TAM in honor of his parents and his brother. Approximately
forty of these works are featured in the museum's Bill and Bobby Street Gallery.
Visit the museum soon to see this amazing new collection.
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