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Rogue Gallery Closed through March 31

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In these challenging times of COVID-19, the Rogue Gallery & Art Center will be closed through March 31. This will include classes as well as special events.

Thank you for your support and best wishes to all of you, Kim Hearon Executive Director

Don’t Cancel: Creative Activism and Coronavirus

During COVID-19, we can creatively adapt activism and advocacy campaigns to keep social connection while maintaining physical distance. Here’s how…

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Gallery Closure

After listening to members who are self-quarantining due to the coronovirus and those who are following instructions from the CDC and WHO, we have decided to close the gallery until further notice. Let’s all stay home and make art.

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Linda Abblett Show and Reception

Linda Abblett announces a show of her watercolor paintings at The Crown Jewel in Jacksonville. A reception is scheduled for Saturday, 11 of April from 4-7 pm.

Dutch diversity

From Black in Rembrandt’s Time, at the Rembrandt Museum in Amsterdam (closed at the moment in the European shutdown.) From the museum’s website: “For years I’ve been looking for portraits of black people like me. Surely there had to be more than the stereotypical images of servants, enslaved people or caricatures? I found the alternative […]

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Rogue Gallery Announces Event Cancellations

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In response to COVID-19, the Rogue Gallery & Art Center has CANCELLED the following events:

Family and Friends Art Day: March 14, 12:00 – 2:00 pm

St. Patrick’s Day Celtic Celebration: Tuesday, March 17, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Third Friday Art Walk: Friday, March 20, 5:30–8pm —Reception for the exhibit Water Works: Paintings by Sue Bennett, Kim Faucher, Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass, and Kirsten Meriwether and the exhibit Celtic Art Show

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is a non-profit community art center, founded in 1960 to promote and support the arts in the Rogue Valley. The center exhibits a wide range of artistic styles and mediums from local and national artists. Programming includes art educational opportunities for children and adults. Hours of operation are Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call (541)772-8118 for more info or visit

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The life you save may be Bill’s

Bill Murray tells the story of how he stumbled onto this painting and how it saved his life, more or less, at an especially discouraging moment in his early career. Or at least it showed him how he had nothing to be discouraged about. I love how Breton manages to illuminate the figure with the […]

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COVID-19 Update from OAC

March 12, 2020 Special Communication COVID-19 Update from OAC Dear Oregon Arts Community, As coronavirus COVID-19 continues to spread across Oregon, we recognize the impact this health crisis and recently announced restrictions on gatherings of more than 250 people are having on Oregon arts organizations and artists. We want to support you in responding to and managing that impact and have gathered some resources that we believe could be valuable to the field, below. Americans for the Arts has posted information and tips to support the arts sector. ArtsReady has also shared information for event venues. The United Way of Mid-Willamette Valley has announced it will allocate micro-grants to local nonprofits to combat the spread of the virus. The grants total up to $300 per agency, per county and must go toward preventing the spread of the virus. The grant is open to any nonprofit in Marion County, Polk

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Silvia Trujillo Announces Art Events

There are a few upcoming events I would like to share with you : The first one is the ​2nd Annual So Oregon Art Sho​w being held at the Medford First Christian Church on Crater Lake Ave in Medford. I will be there with some of my latest work, and I’m planning on doing caricatures for those who would like to pose for a few minutes. There is going to be a great variety of art by some of So Oregon’s finest! So come on out and say “hi”! Then there is: On Sunday, March 22 from 12-2pm join myself, and 2 other artists who will be doing a painting demo to the live music of Peter Stone at the Art & Soul Gallery in Ashland. These events are super fun and informative. Past attendees really enjoyed themselves! And on Sunday March 29 Art Salon Featuring Silvia Trujilloat the

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NOMINATE: the 2020 Artistic Activism Awards!

It’s award season everybody! Movies have the Oscars. Music has the Grammies. Theater has the Tonys. But there’s something missing. Where are the awards for the most important art form, artistic activism? So we at the Center for Artistic Activism – created the first ever… Artistic Activism Awards!!! We don’t have big (ahem, any) prize […]

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