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VizArts Monthly: TBA and Beyond

PICA’s Time-Based Art Festival is the marquee event in the September art scene, but there are plenty of other offerings from watercolors to pen-and-ink drawings to multimedia cairns.

VizArts Monthly: Giving nature a voice

August is for art and there’s plenty to see! Lindsay Costello rounds up the month’s offerings in galleries and alternative venues.

VizArts Monthly: Here on Earth

Summer is here! Time for graduations, picnics, and quality outdoor time. Lindsay Costello rounds up June’s art offerings.

VizArts Monthly: Collaborative justice

May’s art offerings tackle everything from hopscotch to plant-made music to Antarctica. Lindsay Costello has the scoop on what to see this month.

VizArts Monthly: In or out?

April’s art offerings provide an opportunity to reflect on quotidian existence, the notion of home, and our relationship with the natural world.

VizArts Monthly: Spring reflections

Art on view in March includes quilts, photographs, installations, paintings, and films. Lindsay Costello previews the shows that will welcome spring around Oregon.

VizArts Monthly: Innovation and Representation

Lindsay Costello highlights February’s not-to-be-missed art offerings. Possibilities include visual explorations of identity construction, the potentials of cast-off materials, and imagined worlds.

VizArts Monthly: Invigorate with art

The vibrancy of Portland’s art scene is the perfect antidote to a gloomy February. Lindsay Costello gives a run down of the many options.

VizArts Monthly: New year, new art

New art to welcome the new year! Galleries and virtual spaces alike offer a wealth of viewing opportunities for January.

VizArts Monthly: The “freeze” edition

Most galleries remain shuttered this December due to Oregon’s Covid restrictions but there are still plenty of opportunities for virtual viewing.

Robert Porknoy, Note to self in orange

July VizArts Monthly: Visible, invisible, and sandwiches

Whatever gets your synapses firing, July’s got you covered. This month is packed with shows that run the gamut, from a rare exhibition of the the father of Japanese Conceptual art to the Salem Art Fair and Festival. If you’ve only got

June Transitions: VizArts Monthly

This June, the arrival of summer isn’t the only big transition on the horizon. Bullseye Projects exhibition space closes after twenty years on NW 13th Ave, Adams and Ollman will relocate to a nearby space on NW 8th Ave, and Nationale announces

VizArts Monthly: flame gazing, a pop-up gallery, and dark fairy tales

Spring is in full-swing and the galleries are blooming. A new pop-up appears on Alberta, LACMA loans PAM a 17th-century masterpiece, and Wolff gallery presents the wild self-portraiture of Rachel Mulder, an artist as comfortable making images with typewriters as she is