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The Exquisite Gorge Project II to Feature Regional Fiber Artists in 2022

The Exquisite Gorge Project II to Feature Regional Fiber Artists in 2022

Maryhill Museum of Art announces a second major community-based art project, The Exquisite Gorge Project II: Fiber Arts, in summer 2022. During the project, 12 regional fiber artists are slated to work with communities along 220 miles of the Columbia River from the Willamette Confluence in Portland to the Snake River Confluence near Walla Walla, Washington. 

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Plein Air Artists Set to Capture Columbia Gorge Splendor During 2021 Paint Out

Plein Air Artists Set to Capture Columbia Gorge Splendor During 2021 Paint Out

Beginning July 26, close to 40 artists will descend on the Columbia River Gorge with easels, paint and brushes in hand to find the perfect vista from which to capture the incredible beauty of the region. With last year’s edition of Pacific Northwest Plein Air in the Columbia River Gorge paused due to the pandemic, artists are eager to get back to this annual tradition.

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Maryhill Museum of Art Closed Until Further Notice

Maryhill Museum of Art Closed Until Further Notice

Maryhill Museum of Art will be closed until further notice in an effort to further stem the spread of COVID-19. Late yesterday, Gov. Inslee issued a new proclamation banning all activities with 250 people or more statewide for the next six weeks. The official reopening date of the museum will be determined according to recommendations from federal, state, and local health authorities. Please look to our social media channels for updates.

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March 21 Poetry Reading with Claudia Casto Luna, Kim Stafford, Elizabeth Woody & Tyrone Ross Thompson

March 21 Poetry Reading with Claudia Casto Luna, Kim Stafford, Elizabeth Woody & Tyrone Ross Thompson

Maryhill Museum of Art will host a poetry reading with Washington Poet Laureate Claudia Castro Luna and guests on Saturday, March 21 at 3 p.m. Casto Luna will be joined by current Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford, former Oregon Poet Laureate Elizabeth Woody and poet Tyrone Ross Thompson as part of the statewide poetry project One River, Many Voices.

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