The Preslar Gallery updates

February 2019

March artist: E. Massa-MacLeod, "Nebula" and "Floral Abstracts"

The Preslar Gallery is delighted to welcome Elizabeth Massa-MacLeod, a longtime Northeast Portland resident. She has worked as a curator, conservator and painter in the area since earning her Master of Art degree in art history from the University of York, and Bachelor of Art in fine arts from Lewis & Clark College. Elizabeth has 13 years of history as an exhibiting artist, making her one of the most professionally-experienced artists ever to show at the Preslar since its founding.

Exhibit opens on Saturday, March 2, 2019, noon, and continues through Sunday, March 31 at 5 p.m.

First Saturday reception, from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 2. Other hours by appointment only. Email the gallery for more information or to arrange your visit.

 

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Saturday, March 2, 1 to 4 p.m., $25 per person. Minimum participants 3, maximum participants 20. Advance registration is required. 

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Call for art: Outlaw Identities

The Preslar Gallery at Estancia Serenova, in the woods near Saint Helens, Oregon, will again host the second annual LGBTQ+ Pride and History Month art exhibit and associated events during the month of June (Saturday, June 1 through Sunday, June 30, 2019).

This year’s theme, “Outlaw Identities,” is in response to this past year’s events in politics and in our local communities, in particular, the present U.S. government’s attempts at invalidating and erasing the non-cisheteronormative human existences, an increase in censorship by corporate social media giants, and the resurgence of violent hate crimes in Portland. The theme of this exhibit aims at exploring various ways in which members of the LGBTQ+ communities assert their rights to self-determination, express their personal power, and survive in the contemporary social climate.

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Floy Preslar Gallery and Creative Liberation Lab by Limeadestand Works

1724 NE Broadway St #539, Portland, Oregon 97232-1428
United States

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