Gallery Information


Hallie Brown Ford Gallery

The Hallie Brown Ford Gallery is the Arts Center’s largest show room and is considered the premier space since it is able to house large juried shows, traveling exhibits and group displays that require distance and breathing room. It is named after Hallie Ford, one of the Arts Center’s founders and long time supporters.

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Red Door Gallery

This gallery space is perfect for more intimate shows. It commonly displays work from smaller juried shows, small group & guild exhibits and even solo exhibits.

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Corridor Gallery

This hallway space runs the length of the building connecting all the galleries and offices. It has become another premiere show space at the Arts Center since the public can view the works that hang here during times of facility rental when other galleries are closed. A full hanging system over the entire length allows for a large number of works, and large sized works, to be displayed.


Gallery II

This is considered the Arts Center’s social gallery and official community “rental space” for weddings, reunions, business meetings, receptions, services, guilds and large classes to name a few. This is the “great room” for solo exhibits of two dimensional works with a full hanging and light system.

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Alcove Gallery

The Alcove is the building’s “original” front entrance lobby area. Housed just outside the Red Gallery, the Alcove is an artful corner with natural lighting, a hanging system and an area for a small art installation or sampling of any work.

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Student Gallery

Funded in part by an endowment given by Dr. John Unruh, the Student Gallery is a bright and beautiful spot that gives our local children a full-time place to learn the ropes of being an “exhibiting artist” early on.

Friends of the Umpqua Valley Arts Association: 

Hallie E. Ford Endowment for Arts in Education of The Oregon Community Foundation, Ed Moorin Trust, Oregon Arts Commission, Dr. John Wm. and Betty Long Unruh Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation, Betty Long Unruh Arts Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation, The Ford Family Foundation, United Commercial Travelers, Cow Creek Band, Arnold Morton, Lory Utz, Richard Worthey and Debbie Kelley, Marie Rasmussen, Umpqua Insurance, Umpqua Bank, Lone Rock Timber, Dawn and Jeffery Thomas.