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Field Of View Exhibition Reception

  • Wolff Gallery 2804 Southeast Ankeny Street Portland, OR, 97214 United States (map)
 Artwork by Resident Artist Alma Bate. Image description: acrylic painting of a person wearing a big sun hat covering most of their face adorned in silver beads. Tones of the painting are many shades of red.

Artwork by Resident Artist Alma Bate. Image description: acrylic painting of a person wearing a big sun hat covering most of their face adorned in silver beads. Tones of the painting are many shades of red.

Join us in celebrating the work created by the 2018 Field of View artists!

First Friday opening reception: January 4, 2019 6-8 pm
Exhibition Run: January 4-February 24, 2019.
Location: Wolff Gallery, 2804 SE Ankeny St, Portland, OR 97214
Street parking. Off of the #20 bus line.

4 Artists—5 Locations
Michael Sherman—Open Signal. Alma Bate—Paragon Arts Gallery. Job Erickson—Independent Publishing Resource Center. John Griffiths—nature + Cobalt Studios PDX.

Field of View is an artist residency program placing visual artists with developmental disabilities* in three-month-long artist residencies throughout the Portland community. The goals of this project are to help artists with disabilities gain access to spaces and communities that they have not been able to access before, provide artists with developmental disabilities with more visibility and opportunity for connection and exchange with new communities, and help them develop their professional practice and gain broader audiences for their work.

Field of View 2017 was spearheaded by artists Carissa Burkett and Lauren Moran and made possible by the Precipice Fund. We at Public Annex are so excited to take on the Field of View artist residency as another wing of our own programming in 2018 thanks to the Oregon Community Foundation

* permission given by participating artists to disclose this information

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Earlier Event: January 2
Break Between Fall and Winter Term
Later Event: January 9
Collaborative Arts Winter 2019 — #1