Monthly Artist Exhibits

Cast Iron Portland Exhibit

First Friday Art Walk - at the AHC

We are now participating in the Central Eastside Arts District's First Friday Art Walk. The AHC galleries will stay open later and we'll feature something special for the art-walking crowd each month.
Stop in at the AHC and then check out the other galleries and venues in the neighborhood!

Artist exhibits are held monthly with opening receptions on most First Fridays. Receptions are free and open to the public. Work is for sale, and 25 percent of all sales go to support the educational programs of the AHC. The remaining 75% of sales go directly to the artist.
We hope you will join us monthly to support the fine arts and historic preservation.

First priority for shows goes to AHC members, however we are open to inquiries from all artists. If you are interested in exhibiting your work in our wonderful space, come check out one of our shows then email barbarap at visitahc.org for more information.

Art exhibits are not accessible during education programs and private events. Feel free to call and check the schedule before visiting.


Current Artist Exhibit


 

  Simply Red Fiber Art Exibit

 

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Upcoming Artist Exhibit


 

 Oregon's Painted History

Artist Anna Magruder

Oregon's hidden past revealed through historic surrealist paintings

August 1, 2014 - September 30, 2014

 

Opening Reception:

August 1, 2014 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm - Free and Open to the Public

 

Portland artist Anna Magruder loves painting people from the past, going on vintage treasure hunts, and is always on the lookout for striking images and stories from bygone days. Her recent project, “Oregon's Painted History” brings those interests together. Funded in part by the Regional Arts and Culture Council, this series of historic surrealist paintings portray some of the hidden stories and people behind Oregon's history.

Artist Talks:

August 9th 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

September 13th 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm

 

Supported in part by a Project Grant from:

 

 

 

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