Saturday, June 30 at 1:00pm
followed by the launch of Julie Green's Picnic Brownies Make Life Easy

Stephanie Snyder, the John and Anne Hauberg Curator and Director of the Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery at Reed College, joins exhibiting artist Julie Green in conversation to discuss the exhibition Food, Fashion, and Capital Punishment. Following the talk, Green will launch and have available for purchase her latest book project, Picnic Brownies Make Life Easy. A facsimile of Green's personal cookbook, it includes functional recipes, notes, sketches and images of artwork collected over many years in an antique ledger. Green was awarded an Oregon Arts Commission Career Opportunity Grant to produce the book.



August 1 – 25, 2018
First Thursday opening August 2, 6:00 to 8:00pm

Please join us in celebrating five years of engaging and invigorating artistic programming. This retrospective will highlight artists and works from the 50 gallery exhibitions, 20 art fairs and dozens of online and pop-up projects we have curated for regional and global audiences since 2013. Please note that while we moved to a two-month exhibition schedule in 2018, our anniversary show will be viewable for just one month. 



September 5 – October 27, 2018
First Thursday opening September 6, 6:00 to 8:00pm (artist present)

For her first solo exhibition in the United States, London-based artist Amy Stephens presents a series of totemic forms incorporating objects and imagery sourced from the native Oregon landscape, as well as steel and acrylic forms that respond to architectural features in the gallery. Stephens often approaches sculpture with a minimalist aesthetic, working intuitively to create assemblages from materials suggestive of urban living. These materials are often sourced from local landscapes or by reappropriating from previous works. Amy Stephens (b. 1981 London) holds an MFA from Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK and a BFA from the University of Reading, UK.