Multnomah Arts Center Gallery
Multimedia Juried Exhibit Celebrating Latin American Artists
Exhibit: May 13 – June 25, 2022
Artist Reception: Saturday, June 4, 1:00-3:00 pm
The Multnomah Arts Center is proud to present LATINX PDX, a multimedia exhibit celebrating Latin American artists in the Portland area. Artists included are: Beatriz Buitrago, Charlie Correales, Eliana Enriquez, Eduardo Fernandez, Andrea Lopez, Luis Jiménez, Susan Marmolejo Kipp, Christina Martin, Pepe Moscoso, Melissa Orozco, Matt Perez, Daniel Reyes Llinas, Yanely Rivas, Hampton Rodriguez, Clarissa Roig, Juan Antonio Trujilo, Arturo Villaseñor, and Violet Orquidia. JURORS / JURADOS are: Gene Flores, Chariti Montez, and Ivonne Saed. Work includes paintings, drawings, sculpture, prints, photography, mixed media, poetry, prose, and music from 24 artists. There will be an artist reception with performance and readings on Saturday, June 4 from 1pm-3pm. The Multnomah Arts Center is located at 7688 SW Capitol Hwy in Portland.
El Centro para las Artes de Multnomah se enorgullece en presentar LATINX PDX, una exposición multimedia para celebrar a artistas latinoamericanos/as en el área de Portland. Artistas que exponen: Beatriz Alcaraz, Ashley Apodaca, Veronica Arquilevich Guzman, Beatriz Buitrago, Charlie Correales, Eliana Enriquez, Edauardo Fernandez, Andrea Lopez, Luis Jiménez, Susan Marmolejo Kipp, Christina Martin, Pepe Moscoso, Melissa Orozco, Matt Perez, Daniel Reyes Llinas, Yanely Rivas, Hampton Rodriguez, Clarissa Roig, Juan Antonio Trujillo, Arturo Villaseñor, y Violeta Orquidia. El JURADO está formado por: Gene Flores, Chariti Montez e Ivonne Saed. Los trabajos incluyen pintura, dibujo, escultura, obra gráfica, fotografía, técnica mixta, poesía, prosa y música de 24 artistas. El sábado 4 de junio, de 1 a 3 pm, se llevará a cabo una recepción con actuación y lecturas. La exposición estará abierta hasta el 25 de junio de 2022. El Centro para las Artes de Multnomah se encuentra ubicado en 7688 SW Capitol Hwy, en Portland.
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A portion of all sales supports arts education at MAC
Multnomah Arts Center Gallery has approximately 200 linear feet with beautiful white display walls and “floating” walls for versatile art displays. As an educational instrument for our community, the MAC Gallery has been open since 1982 and has had over 300 shows. The artists who show here are residents of Oregon or Washington if they live in the immediate vicinity of Portland. We have 12 shows throughout the year with an artist reception coinciding with First Friday in Multnomah Village.
The MAC Gallery reflects the artistic dynamism of the Portland area with exhibits that emphasize the following:
- Artists not necessarily represented by a gallery or with an art degree
- A diverse spectrum of media, from Fibers to Metal Arts and beyond
- Diversified subject matter, from controversial themes to the simply pleasing
- The working process of art through repetition of a single artist or group
- Trends in the artistic community Artwork related to current events
Though the main purpose of the Multnomah Arts Center Gallery is educational, we hope to have the shows stimulate thought and/or emotion and create some sort of reaction in the viewers who go through it.
Multnomah Arts Center’s mission is to provide high quality instruction and participation in the performing and visual arts to all interested persons, regardless of age, race, religion, ethnic origin, financial means, or level of ability. The MAC Gallery reflects this mission by paying the artist a larger commission than traditional galleries. Artists are accepted to show their work based upon a variety of criteria including artistic excellence, content, craftsmanship, professionalism, marketability, and educational value.
If you are interested in purchasing an artwork on display which is for sale, please inquire at the front office. A portion of all sales supports arts education at MAC. Read about the gallery’s 2013 renovation in the Portland Tribune.