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Current Exhibitions

Umpqua Valley Arts is dedicated to the belief that the arts are an indispensable element of a thriving and meaningful community, and arts education should be available to all.

Our exhibition programming is inspired by our energetic community, the geography in which our organization is situated, and the unique history of our region and our institution. When we are willing to consider ideas & art together, we are learning to acknowledge and respect the histories that bind us together, and the changing world that surrounds us.

Hallie Brown Ford Gallery & Corridor Gallery: “I WANT YOU TO SEE ME” 

Curated by June T. Sanders – A curated exhibition of works from LGBTQIA2+ Oregon artists. This exhibit showcases works that pay homage to the kind of joy, grief, creativity, tragedy, and celebrations that are unique to the queer experience.

Red Door Gallery: “Resilience” – An exhibition of works by Tiffany Hokanson that reject the stigma of “ruination” by presenting an alternative method for appreciating matter in its present state of being. 

Gallery II: “Journey to Ponder Beyond The Surface” – An exhibition of photographs by Devon Mabry that reflect her unique connection to Oregon landscapes with imagery that evokes moody emotions reflective of the region. 

The Student Gallery: “NO APOLOGIES” – An exhibition of works by Douglas County LGBTQIA2+ students in partnership with Roseburg ESD Pride Affinity Group.

Postcard cover artwork provided by Miche McCausey.