117L Cramer Hall
Hours: 9-5 Monday through Friday
Established as a teaching gallery in February 2016, Sarah’s Office’s mission is to bring people together for creative and open ended conversations derived from experiences with artworks and primary sources.
- encourage learning and experimentation
- explore how creativity and playfulness serve as tools for understanding
- work directly with artists in the community
- encourage diverse forms of expression
- challenge perceptions
- celebrate community engagement with PSU learning communities
- connect diverse people through creative work related the University Studies Learning Goals
Mapping a Dream: Work by Ruth Van Order
January 6 – August 30th, 2021
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mapping a Dream will remain on display until PSU and University Studies open for in-person learning. Hopefully Fall 2021!
Cynthia Lahti: The Me That I Can’t See
October 3 – December 12, 2019
YELL AT AT GLASS OF WATER!
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School Fifth Graders and PSU Freshmen
April 19- July 31, 2019
Richard Ross and Deb Arthur
January 23 through April 12, 2019
Roz Crews: Imagine There’s a Snake in Every Painting
September- December 2017
Larry Supnet Seven Paintings and a Lightbox
February 2016-February 2017
Culled together to describe a decisive, mutually bold and restrained threshold
Beyond the spaces of prescribed perception, confronted in the margins, frames of reference transpose, and change when crossed.
Without the ism
Line, texture, and color pit raw viscerality against cool formal integrity.
Curated by Chandra Glaeseman and Sarah Wolf Newlands and supported in part by Project Grow
Project Grow is a non-profit fine art studio, gallery, and urban farm located in Northeast that provides opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities.
Project Grow Mission
To provide an inclusive culture and space where people with and without disabilities can experience choice, respect, the pursuit of passions, and a connection with their food source, land, and community
Albertina Kerr strengthens Oregon families and communities by helping children and adults with developmental disabilities and mental health challenges, empowering them to live richer lives.