Magnet School 05-26-19

Arts & Communications Magnet School 2nd Annual Student Show
March 1st to May 26th
Artist reception: Saturday, April 20th, 1 to 3pm (calendar)

Cedar Hills Park and Rec Center
11640 SW Park Way
Portland, OR 97225

Students from Arts & Communications Magnet School Beaverton, Oregon and Battle Ground High School Washington

Pamela Chipman - 04-29-19

Pamela Chipman, “Hireath” - the longing for a romanticized past.

April 5 - April 29
Opening Reception: Friday April 5th 6-9pm (calendar)

2726 NE MLK Blvd.
Portland, OR
(next to Bridges Cafe (Parking in back)

OPEN Hours: Mondays: April 8,15,22 9am-noon, Wednesdays: April 3,10, &17, 4-7pm
Film Screening April 13th, 7pm - rare films by Pamela Chipman
Closing night: April 29 6-8pm
Portrait sittings: Show up during the open hours schedule.

In this exhibit Chipman employs gold leaf in her photography to explore the concepts of longing for something that is gone. The Welsh have a word for it, “Hireath”. It is about the yearning and longing for someone or someplace that you can never experience again.

Chipman visited Santa Rosa California 6 months after the Tubbs fire and Paradise California 4 months after the Camp fire, both fires decimated whole neighborhoods, she photographed was was left. Juxtaposing that with gilded images of childhood and childhood artifacts she builds upon this theme of grief or sadness for who or what you have lost, losses which make your “home” someplace you can never return to.

As an artist, Pamela Chipman produces work that explores personal identity through a variety of portals. She studied video and photography at UCLA. In the late 1980’s she moved to Portland and co-created the Blue Gallery, an innovative gallery and performance space designed as a place to present challenging art. Chipman's work has screened across the country in galleries and on community television channels, and is held in private collections.

Her current work in photography and video explores personal identity through the dialogue of artifacts and language. Chipman’s work revolves around ordinary people performing ordinary tasks, emphasizing their movements, their space, their quiet, their noise, their relationship to the air around them, and the influences on their lives. Working in a non-liner fashion, she explores her subjects' relationships to the past, and creates a visual space for her subjects and their reflections to inhabit. Starting with simple memories and stories she reveals their power as tributes to the personal courage and introspective depth of her subjects.

Throughout Chipman’s career she has explored the potentials of the video medium through a wide variety of project, ranging from video-poetry, live television, game- shows, installations, and documentary projects. Through all of this work she has focused on video and photography as tools for reaching a broad artistic audience, and for building community. She continues to explore new methods of integrating media into our visual world through installations and video books, and public art.

Larry Cwik 04-13-19

Larry Cwik, Design in One Contemporary Photographer's Work

April 13, 2019, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m (calendar)

Cerulean Winery
1439 NW Marshall Street
Portland, OR 97209

Registration: $35

A two hour participatory workshop, Design in One Contemporary Photographer's Work, on April 13th as part of the annual Design Portland festival. Learn skills about design in photography, review and comment on good and bad design, and put the information to use in your own work with a hands-on activity outlined in the workshop. Design Portland motto: "Design Portland is all of us, made better together. We’re the thread that weaves together the process, practice, and content of our city's diverse creative community."

Larry Cwik is a Portland-based contemporary artist working in photography, drawing, installation, and short film. Widely exhibited in the U.S. and abroad.

More information here:

Kelli Pennington 06-13-19

Digital Photography 2 with Kelli Pennington at PCC (Cascade Campus)

Tuesday and Thursday, 9 am - 11:50 pm, April 2 - June 13 (calendar)

Cascade Campus
705 N Killingsworth St.
Portland, OR 97217
(971) 722-6111
$312 + fees

- This class will strengthen your Photography and Editing skills.
- Introduce you to different lighting techniques - including studio lighting with Alien Bee Strobes.
- With a special focus on advanced printing skills, while exploring different paper surfaces.

The students in this class will receive over $100 of free paper samples donated by * Moab * Hahnemuhle * Canson * Red River * Awagami and others.

The central focus of this class is to work in the studio on different lighting techniques and to learn advanced printing skills while exploring different paper surfaces. We have had paper donations from Canson, Moab, and Hahnemuhle and Awagami. Each student will receive $100 worth of paper free.

If you have taken ART240 A and would like to take the course again, we will work on strengthening your portfolio and allow for 3 self-directed projects.

Please consider registering for this course. If you are interested in taking this class but have concerns about having the correct number of core classes, please email me, I will need your G Number to provide you with an override.

***SPRING 2019*** CASCADE CAMPUS —Digital Photography 2— Tuesdays and Thursdays 9-11:50 ART240 CRN: A -25026 , B -25029 , C -2503

**Questions please contact -*

LightBox Gallery 04-09-19

The Portland Darkroom Exhibit
March 9 - April 9, 2019
Artists’ Opening Reception: Saturday, March 9, 5-8pm (calendar)

LightBox Photographic Gallery
1045 Marine Dr.
Astoria, OR 97103
(503) 468-0238

Natalee Phelps, Fish
LightBox Photographic Gallery opens “The Portland Darkroom Exhibit” with an opening artists’ reception on Saturday, March 9th from 5-8 p.m. The beauty of the Fiber Silver Gelatin print is one of LightBox Gallery’s loves. In this exhibit they celebrate the members of the Portland Darkroom and their dedication to the art of the Silver Gelatin Process.

Founded by seven former volunteers of Portland’s lost Newspace Center for Photography, The Portland Darkroom is a member-supported community space for the practice of analog photography. Their mission is to keep film photography alive and accessible. PDR is a fully functional analog studio, with darkroom, film processing and scanning capabilities. They are a volunteer-run organization focused on providing a space for the practice of film photography and building the community around this work.

Find them at .

Congratulations to the exhibiting photographers
Aaron Wessling • Alice C. Walker • Allison Rollison
Benjamin Chan • Blake Andrews • James Han
Blake Miller • Cory Free • Love Centerwall
Jason Miller • Lauren Masterson • Max Merkle
Natalee Phelps • Leslie Peltz • Rory Neal
Sam Sangermano • Sam Slater • Markus Shearer

Along with the work of the Portland Darkroom the gallery will be showing many other fine silver gelatin prints from invited Northwest photographers. The exhibit runs from March 9th through April 9th 2019. Visit for complete exhibit and artists info. LightBox offers memberships as a way of becoming part of the community of supporters that help to further the mission of the gallery. LightBox is located at 1045 Marine Drive in Astoria, hours are Tuesday - Saturday 11 - 5:30.

Contact LightBox at 503-468-0238 or at, and visit for more info and to enjoy past, current and upcoming exhibits.

Wolff Gallery 04-28-19

Small Talk Collective, Rumors
Audra Osborne, Briana Cerezo, Jennifer Timmer Trail, Kelli Pennington, Kristina Hruska, Leslie Hickey, and Marico Fayre

February 27–April 28, 2019
First Friday opening reception: March 1, 6:00-8:00 PM (calendar)

Wolff Gallery
2804 SE Ankeny St.
Portland, OR 97214
Open Wed-Sun 11am-6pm // Open until 8pm every First Friday of the month

Wolff Gallery is pleased to present a group show featuring new work by the members of Small Talk, a collective of seven women photographers based in Portland, Oregon.

"As a collective, we have the honor of witnessing and discussing the progression of our individual works. We find ourselves traveling along parallel paths, drawn to new directions and processes. We discover common ground in similar themes, investigating dark corners and intimate places. Here, our realities, our unverified stories, come together for a time before continuing onward. We present selections of new work from each member curated to tell a temporary fiction of rumor and truth."

Small Talk is a photography collective comprised of seven women: Audra Osborne, Briana Cerezo, Jennifer Timmer Trail, Kelli Pennington, Kristina Hruska, Leslie Hickey, and Marico Fayre. The collective formed in Portland, Oregon in 2015.

As a group, we explore the nature of what it means to be a visual storyteller, pool resources, provide support and critique, and facilitate community events and discussions. We engage in the best kind of “small talk,” that which binds us together both as a collective and within a larger community of women and minority artists, fostering stronger work and collaboration. Our first book, We’re Always Touching by Underground Wires, was published in April 2018.

Small Talk Collective

Chehalem Gallery 03-30-19

Work by Angela Holm & PCPDX, Photographic Intentions
March 1st 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Artists Reception, Meet the Artists! First Friday Artwalk: March 1st, 5pm-8pm (calendar)

Chehalem Gallery
415 E Sheridan St,
Newberg, OR 97132

In January 2018, seeking to be part of a photographic community in which she could learn and grow, Angela Holm created Photo Club PDX. The group meets monthly with the goal of becoming better and more creative photographers. For the past year, the club has worked on projects together, participated in creative challenges, shared work, gone on outings as a group and has developed as photographers. This show represents the photographic successes that Angela and Photo Club PDX have created during 2018.

Photography Projects Presented By:

Angela Holm - 'West Linn Paper Mill Study, Pinhole' and 'Urban Landscapes'

Alicia Hill - 'Faces of Fauna'

Abigayle Tarsches - 'Looking In'

Andrew Greenhill - 'Quadrant Series'

Cherie Savoie Tintary - 'Steampunk-Kitsch'

Cora Coronel - 'Still Life in a Modern Lifestyle'

Darnell McAdams - 'The Black Santa Project'

Lori Ackerman - 'Equine Portraits'

Luke Olsen - 'Less Human Than Human'

Michal Rubin- 'Don't Touch the Mannequins Project'

Michelle Swanson - 'Provocative Flora'

Ralph Daub - 'Corvidae'

Zeb Andrews - 'Urban'

This show will be displayed from Feb 4th - March 30th, 2019 The gallery is open Tuesday - Saturday

Photolucida 04-24-19

Call for Volunteers!
Photolucida is a biennial portfolio review photography festival that takes place during Portland Photo Month in downtown Portland. This year it runs from April 24-28 at the Benson Hotel, with evening events happening at the Portland Art Museum, Blue Sky Gallery, and the Oregon Historical Society. Photolucida is known as "a well-run, positive yet constructive portfolio review event” due in part to the Portland photographers and community members who kindly volunteer their time.

We are seeking individuals who will volunteer their time to help facilitate our 5-day event - welcoming participants, helping to keep things on schedule during the reviews, setting up the Portfolio Walk and assisting with other evening social events (OLCC licenses and Food Handlers Cards helpful!).

Volunteers get an inside look at this nationally known event and contribute to the culture-building of the photography community.

Please email

Blue Sky Gallery - Natalie Krick - 03-31-19

Natalie Krick, Natural Deceptions
March 7–31, 2019
First Thursday opening reception: March 7, 6:00–9:00 PM (calendar)

Blue Sky Gallery
122 NW 8th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97209 USA
Tuesday - Sunday, 12 - 5 pm
First Thursday 6 - 9 pm
All Blue Sky events and programs are free and open to the public.

My Mother in Bed with Roses, 2017
“My mother, my sister, and I perform for each other, for the camera, and ultimately for you. We impersonate each other and ourselves, emulating imagery that taught us to be beautiful.”

Natalie Krick’s series Natural Deceptions is a playful, performative exploration of identity in relation to cultural expectations of feminine beauty and sexuality. Made in collaboration with her mother and sister, Krick employs the visual languages of fashion photography and celebrity portraiture. However, the visual complexity of her multilayered, vibrant portraits reveals a decidedly female gaze behind the camera, one that eschews hypersexualization or idealization of the female body. Instead, Krick reveals photography’s role in the creation of these optical illusions within popular culture.

Natalie Krick (b. 1986 in Portland, Oregon) currently lives in Seattle, Washington. She received her BFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts in 2008 and her MFA in photography from Columbia College Chicago in 2012. She has recently exhibited at SOIL Gallery in Seattle; Webber Represents in London; Aperture Gallery in New York; and Weinberg/Newton Gallery in Chicago. In 2015 she received an Individual Photographer’s Fellowship from the Aaron Siskind Foundation and in 2017 she received the Aperture Portfolio Prize for Natural Deceptions.

Blue Sky Gallery Barbara Kruger - 03-31-19

Barbara Kruger
From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation

March 7–31, 2019
First Thursday opening reception: March 7, 6:00–9:00 PM (calendar)

From Your Mouth to God's Ear
Writers and performers respond to Barbara Kruger's work from a spiritual perspective. Participants will include Sanderia Faye, Sara Mumolo, L. Ann Wheeler, Rajiv Mohabir, and others. Presented in collaboration with Interfaith Muse
Thursday, March 28, 7:00 PM

Blue Sky Gallery
122 NW 8th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97209 USA
Tuesday - Sunday, 12 - 5 pm
First Thursday 6 - 9 pm
All Blue Sky events and programs are free and open to the public.

Barbara Kruger, We Will No Longer Be Seen And Not Heard; No, 1985

Blue Sky is pleased to present a selection of photo-based works by renowned conceptual artist Barbara Kruger from the collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation. Rendered in the artist’s signature graphic style with bold text layered over found mass media images, the lithographs, silkscreen images, and digital prints on view communicate biting feminist and cultural critiques of consumerism and gender stereotypes.

Barbara Kruger: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation is generously supported by The Harold & Arlene Schnitzer CARE Foundation/Arlene Schnitzer and Jordan Schnitzer

Born in 1945 in Newark, New Jersey, Barbara Kruger worked as a graphic designer and art director after studying at both Syracuse University and Parsons School of Design in the 1960s. Her works are held in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, among others. She currently lives and works between New York City and Los Angeles.

Camerawork Gallery 03-29-19

Bernard C. Meyers, Urban Abstracts

March 2 – March 29, 2019
Artist Talk, Saturday, March 2, 3:30pm-4:30pm (calendar)
Reception following 4:30pm-5:30pm

Camerawork Gallery
301 N. Graham Street
Portland, OR 97227
Located in Lorenzen Conference Center
Legacy Emanuel Medical Center Campus
9am - 6pm, Monday-Saturday, Sunday, 10am-4pm
Free parking, ADA access; TriMet Routes 4, 24 and 44
Free admission. Open to the public. 503-701-5347

Bernard C. Meyers notes, “I want to rattle the bones of a building, shake common perceptions of concrete reality. I want the temporal elements shifting between both the original architecture and my imagination. For me the higher ground of art has always been occupied by the unexplainable, the abstract.

“I see architecture as possibilities, as material to mold and shape. My intent is to uncover uncommon collisions of color and form, to exemplify texture and the rearrangement of line. I am building and deconstructing simultaneously. I want the original geometric intentions of the structure to find new life. I want these elements to discover a new context, a world off kilter, where conventional space is fraught; as if caught between like ends of magnets.

“Committed to lens-based capture I ask myself this question, “What is visually possible with new cutting-edge technologies, software and how can I apply it to my work?” Within that question this project was born. From a background as an architectural view camera photographer I have found a visual language between the structural impossibilities of M.C. Escher and the complex color spaces of Richard Diebencorn. The world of abstract expressionism has new chapter being written with the tools and techniques of the twenty-first century.

“I am celebrating the latent beauty possible with the building blocks of 2D design, color and the technology available in 2019. The distinctions between painting, printmaking and photography for me have become irrelevant as all disciplines merge in these images. I love the work, it both intrigues and surprises me. The reward lies in creating what I have never seen before. Throughout my career as an artist my guiding premise, from Minor White, has always been, photograph something not for what it is but for what it can become.”

To preview examples of Meyer’s Urban Abstracts exhibit, Click here.

Bernard C. Meyers is recognized internationally as an artist and master printer. His work is held in public, private, and corporate collections nationwide. He is represented by the Klotz Gallery in New York. Portfolios can be seen at His pursuit of beauty and the abstract has been an unwavering life-long passion.

Bernard earned an MFA in traditional printmaking, etching and lithography and a BFA in photography as a fine art from the Rochester Institute of Technology. In the eighties he founded and managed a fine art printing business, Portland Photographics specializing in portfolio and an exhibition photographic printing. This rapidly became one of the finest photographic printing facilities drawing clients from Magnum, National Geographic, ICP and photographers from around the world. From 1990 through 2010 his photographic studio specialized in architectural photography and art reproduction.

Bernard has taught photography at the University of New England and the University of Southern Maine, Rochester Institute of Technology and the Maine Workshops and currently at the Waterford School in Sandy. Throughout all of this time he has continued to exhibit work. Klotz gallery has featured his work at the last three AIPAD shows. His exhibition history includes numerous group and solo shows. In 2017 early Urban Abstracts work was a solo show of large prints exhibited at the Rochester Institute of Technology University Gallery.

Blue Moon - 04-04-19

Blue Moon Camera Staff Show

March 11-April 4th, 2019
Reception: Saturday March 16th 7-9pm (calendar)

University of Portland Buckley Center Gallery
5000 N. Willamette Blvd
Portland, OR 97203
M-F 8:30am-8pm, Sat & Sun 8:30am- 4pm

Claudia Howell
Blue Moon Camera and Machine in St. Johns is one of the few remaining labs dedicated to film and analog photography, and one of the last optical printing labs in the country. Such a specialized lab attracts a specialized crew to staff it, and when they’re not busy printing, developing, or scanning away, this group is out and about in the world with fully-loaded cameras.

The annual staff show displays photos from the current members of the Blue Moon Camera and Machine staff, curated by the photographers themselves as pieces representative of their current work. It provides a glimpse into the lives of those who spend their days immersed in the photographic work of others, and how they choose to pursue their own photographic interests.

This is a photographic art show with free admission that is open to the public. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, March 16th, 2019 from 7pm-9pm. The show will hang until April 4th, 2019.

Most images are for sale by photographer. Priced as listed.

Featuring images by:
Zeb Andrews, Ian Beckett, Peter Carlson, Sophia Diaz, Pete Gomena, Sarah Graves, Renee Heister, Claudia Howell, Misty Kerr, Jackson Keller, Shawn Kim, Michael Knight, David Malmborg, David Paulin, Tracy Pitts, Arthur Ruckle, Jake Shivery & Faulkner Short.

Blue Moon Camera - 03-31-19

Spencer Pond Photo Exhibition

February 25th- March 31st, 2019
Saturday, March 2nd, 2019 from 5-7pm (calendar)

Blue Moon Camera & Machine
8417 N Lombard Street, Portland, OR 97203
M-F 9-6, Sat 9-5

Spencer is a queer photographer and a writer living in Portland; they identify as a non-binary femme (they/them pronouns), graduated from PSU, and are currently working in the service industry fulltime and making art when they can. They have been taking photos since they were 17, but it wasn’t until purchasing a Yashicamat 124g five years ago that their approach to photography changed.

Most of the presented works have been captured using an Olympus XA and a Hasselblad 500c. Their work is a mixture of landscapes and portraiture from their portfolio; the collection on display has been taken over the course of the last 3 years varying from travels through abandoned factories in Leipzig to intentional styling of a set. Most of their work revolves around explorations of queerness and identity. Spencer’s portraits originally started during a darkroom class at PSU in fall 2014, interpreting themes of existence and isolation as a queer and trans person in a society that - at a federal level - is working to erase trans identities.

These works are but the start of something bigger.

Cannon Beach Arts Association 03-27-19

Cannon Beach Arts Association Photography Invitational Exhibit

February 13 - March 27
Reception: February 16, 2019, 6:00 – 7:30 pm (calendar)

Cannon Beach Art Gallery
1064 S. Hemlock Street
Cannon Beach, OR 97110
(503) 436-0744
Wednesday - Sunday, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Heron, Surf, And Sunset by Bob Kroll
This exhibit features the exceptional photographic work of Justin Bailie, Don Frank, Maya Dooley, George Vetter, Kristin Steinke, Lynne Allison, Kim Rose Adams, Cindi Plath, Carolyn Propst, Julie Adams, and Bob Kroll.

Exhibit Sponsored By: The Wine Shack and Martha Moulton

Catherine Haley Epstein - 03-29-19

Catherine Haley Epstein, My Nose Made Me Do It
February 1st - March 29, 2019
Opening Reception: February 1st from 6-8pm (calendar)

Pushdot Studio
2505 SE 11th Avenue, Suite 104
Suite 104 - in the Ford Building, enter on Division Street
Portland, OR 97202
Mon-Fri. 8:30am to 5:00pm, free admission

Catherine Haley Epstein is an award-winning writer, artist, designer and curator. Over the past eight years she has pioneered the incorporation of scent into her visual and conceptual art practice. The effect has been an entirely new and more abstract dynamic to her work.

Mixing scent requires chance, knowledge and courage. In this installation, "My Nose Made Me Do It," the artist has combined visuals with which she has been obsessed for over twenty years in the same manner she has combined scent materials - with love, patience and curiosity. The installation is a weaving of philosophy, art history and multimedia where scent, visuals, text and sculpture become distilled tales of her nose journey to date.

Most recently Catherine attended the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference at Middlebury College in Vermont, and spoke at the Society of Illustrators in New York on her writing and scent practice. She is a multimedia artist and has recently done educational programming around scent at the Portland Art Museum, and with Public Annex, who serves community artists with disabilities. In 2016 she was selected to exhibit her experimental fragrance project at the inaugural AIX Scent Fair at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. She is the recipient of the 2017 Perfumed Plume Award in Fragrance Journalism, for her writing on the use of scent as an art medium, and has served on the panel for Visual Artist grants for the National Endowment for the Arts.

You may find Catherine’s portfolio at and her essays at (instagram/twitter @mindmarrow).

Adrian Klein 06-11-19

Adrian Klein, “Essential Nature” Landscapes

Now – June 11, 2019 (calendar)

UO Law School Gallery (2d floor)
1515 Agate St.
Eugene, Oregon 97403
Every day / 9 am- 8 pm

“Essential Nature” landscapes of the Northwest and Hawaii is an exhibit of 20 color photographs by award winning Portland photographer, Adrian Klein. The adventure mountain and ocean photographs on canvas and aluminum are on display at the Oregon Law Gallery from January 21 to June 11, 2019 from 9 to 8 PM daily.

Klein’s photography often is the result of long backpacking hikes into national parks and wilderness areas. The beauty of flowers, landscapes, and running water come through in his wonderful images. As Klein explains ‘my love of nature has nurtured my love of photography.”

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Leslie Peltz, Silos of Washington County Photographs

September 27, 2018 – May, 2019
Opening Reception, Thursday September 27, 2018 6-8 pm (calendar)

Washington County Museum
Portland Community College Rock Creek Campus
17677 NW Springville Rd. Portland, OR 97229
Open Wednesday through Saturday 10 am-3 pm

Molly Alloy, Community Engagement Coordinator and Guest Curator

Photographs by Leslie Peltz of silos used for grain, seed and silage storage in Washington County are part of the new exhibit, AgriCulture: Shaping Land and Lives in the Tualatin Valley. Her pensive black and white images invite the viewer into quiet moments she has encountered in her outings across Washington County to document silos with a Holga camera.

Visitors to this dynamic, colorful exhibit will be able to touch, hear, see and learn about agriculture and the many ways it impacts our communities. Since time immemorial people in the Tualatin Valley have used their labor and technology to maximize the amount of nourishing food and valuable plant products that grow in this fertile area. Those efforts have re-formed human habits and social structures as well as the physical landscape. This interactive exhibit centers on eight oral histories drawn from the museum’s archive housed within Pacific University’s digital exhibits. These individuals, some historic and some contemporary, speak to the field of agriculture through their personal experiences and the experiences of their families and ancestors. Together they become a dialogue across time, culture and technology that highlights many facets of agriculture’s impact on us all.

Along with photography, video, illustration, and an interactive drawing station, historic objects from the museum’s collection will be featured throughout the exhibit so that visitors can experience first-hand some of the tools that have helped shape the land around them.

Blue Sky Drawers 2019

2018 Pacific Northwest Photography Viewing Drawers Artists Announced

First Thursday, April 5th (calendar)

Debuting on First Thursday, April 5, and coinciding with Portland Photo Month, each artist will be represented by 10 original photographic prints or objects from a single body of work in a dedicated archival, flat file drawer at Blue Sky through March 2019.

Blue Sky Gallery
122 NW 8th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97209 USA
Tuesday - Sunday, 12 - 5 pm
First Thursday 6 - 9 pm

PORTLAND, Oregon - Blue Sky, the Oregon Center for the Photographic Arts, is pleased to announce the names of 42 artists selected for inclusion in its 2018 Pacific Northwest Photography Viewing Drawers Program ("Drawers").

Issac Sachs, Portland Meadows, 2015
2018 Drawers artist and Sitka Residency recipient
Danielle Dean, Elegy (Ripples), 2017
2018 Drawers artist and Sitka Residency recipient

Adam Bacher • Doran Bastin • Susan Bein • Ray Bidegain • Jennie Castle
Harley Cowan • Fretta Cravens • Danielle Dean • Lucas DeShazer • Claire Dibble
Gloria Feinstein • Dean Forbes • Hal Gage • Randi Ganulin • Joseph Glasgow
Sarah Graves • Lauryn Hare • Melinda Hurst Frye • Tim Jaskoski • Ryota Kajita • John Kane
Heidi Kirkpatrick • Cheston Knapp • Brian Kosoff • Zachary Krahmer • Laura Kurtenbach
Julie Lopez • Nathan Lucas • Sofia Marcus-Myers • Ryan Mills • Blue Mitchell
Marilyn Montufar • Stan Raucher • Shawn Records • Pat Rose • Isaac Sachs • Skip Smith
Deb Stoner • Nolan Streitberger • J Swofford • Samuel Wilson • Jennifer Zwick

2018 Juror

Hamidah Glasgow is the Executive Director and Curator at The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado. The Center hosts approximately 17 exhibitions annually and features the work of emerging and established artists from around the world. The Center has been recognized as one of the prestigious nonprofit photography centers in the United States. Ms. Glasgow’s contribution to photography has included curatorial projects, portfolio reviews (FotoFest, Photolucida, Medium, Filter, etc.), contributions to publications and online magazines, and the co-hosting of regional conferences. She is also a founding member of Strange Fire Collective, a group of interdisciplinary artists, curators, and writers focused on work that engages with current social and political forces.