MONOTHON 2019 will culminate in a gala celebration with an art auction of the prints created during the Monothon Invitational Printing Week. This event will be an extraordinary evening of art, wine, and food, all in support of Crow’s Shadow’s ongoing programming and projects. The gala will be hosted at the beautiful Foundry Vineyards Gallery in Walla Walla, WA. Please join us for this special benefit for Crow’s Shadow!
After a four year hiatus, Crow’s Shadow is reintroducing a new and improved version of the popular Monothon fundraising event. Monothon 2019 will be a week of monotype printmaking with invited artists coming from around the Pacific Northwest to make prints in the Crow’s Shadow studio, just outside Pendleton. The week will culminate in a gala celebration with an auction of the resulting prints, hosted at the Foundry Vineyards Gallery in Walla Walla.
Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts is pleased to present Nixya’awii Community School Printmaking Exhibition for the fifth consecutive year. This exhibition showcases the prints produced by a group of high school students from NCS. Join us for the Opening Reception on Friday May 24, 5 – 7pm.
Crow’s Shadow featured in the New York Times! Writer Alex V. Cipolle’s article on Crow’s Shadow, “Increasing Exposure for Native Artists” came out in The New York Times yesterday (online) and will be in Friday’s hard copy of the paper. Click through to read the full story.
Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts at 25, will be on view at the Boise Art Museum from March 2 – June 2, 2019.
Join us at Crow’s Shadow for our Annual Holiday Open House from 11am – 2 pm on Sunday, December 2nd! All are welcome to come check out the gallery and studio. We’ll provide snacks, hot cider, and inspired surroundings.
During this two-day workshop participants will be led through making several herbal infusions, including salve, body butter, and honey. Workshop is offered to Tribal Members only, Nov 17 and 18, 2018. Materials and lunch provided. $20 suggested donation to Crow’s Shadow.
Ka’ila Farrell-Smith (Klamath Modoc) is a painter and mixed-media artist based in Modoc Point, Oregon. Her work engages with inter-tribal native communities, reflecting the mixed and sometimes complicated heritage of multi-ethnic and indigenous families living in a post-colonial world…
Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts at 25, the anniversary retrospective exhibition, is traveling to several locations around the northwest.
PORTLAND FINE PRINT FAIR @ PORTLAND ART MUSEUM (Mark Building) 1219 SW PARK AVE, PORTLAND, OR 97205 Benefit Preview (click here for ticket info) Friday, January 26, 6:00 – 9:00 pm Free Admission Days Saturday, January 27, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Sunday, January 28, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm This will be the […]
Artist-in-Residence: JOE CANTRELL Artist Talk & Print Release Party Friday, March 10, 2017, 5:00 – 7:00 pm Joe Cantrell spent time at Crow’s Shadow in November of 2016 as the final Artist-in-Residence for the year. He worked closely with Master Printer Frank Janzen to develop a set of 4 diptychs based on his photographic […]
Crow’s Shadow will be at the Portland Fine Print Fair (PFPF) January 27th–29th in the Mark Building (Fields Ballroom) at the Portland Art Museum, Oregon. Details from the PFPF website: It is with great pleasure that we announce the 4th Portland Fine Print Fair to be hosted by the Portland Art Museum in the historic […]
Thursday, July 21, 5pm-7pm Samantha Wall will speak about her work and residency at Crow’s Shadow, starting at 5:30 pm. Crow’s Shadow is excited to share our print studio for the next two weeks with our second Artist-in-Residence of the year, Samantha Wall. Portland-based Wall is one of our three annual Golden Spot Residency Award […]