7326 N. Chicago Ave., Portland, OR 97203

Wednesday—Saturday 12—6 PM

A platform for critical inquiry. c3:initiative provides a place-based support structure to nurture personal and social introspection to individuals and communities interested in engaging in thoughtful conversations. Through adaptive residencies, exhibitions, and public programs, c3 offers forward-thinking models for collaboration and resource sharing.

Dust to Dust

3636 N. Mississippi Ave., Portland, Oregon 97227

Check website for hours & exhibitions

Dust to Dust is a curatorial project started by artists Emily Nachison + Michael Endo. Located inside of an independent record label and vintage clothing store, Dust to Dust mounts curated exhibitions that take a non-hierarchical view of material and method. Dust to Dust's curatorial program promotes playful and critical dialogue.

Comments & Tips: Dust to Dust is located inside Beacon Sound/Babylon Vintage.

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8371 N. Interstate Ave., Portland, OR 97217

Friday—Sunday 12—5 PM

A not-for-profit arts organization and exhibition space.


819 N. Russell St., Portland, OR 97227

Tuesday—Saturday 11 AM—6 PM

Hosts occasional art exhibitions in a serene vintage storefront offering a range of antiques, plus artisanal pottery, clothing & jewelry. 

Monograph Bookwerks

5005 NE 27th Ave., Portland, OR 97211

Wednesday—Sunday 11 AM—6 PM

Closed Monday & Tuesday

Portland's art bookstore for new and used books on contemporary art, architecture and design, plus ephemera, unique objects and artworks

Owners: Blair Saxon-Hill & John Brodie

Portland Museum of Modern Art (PMoMA)

5202 N. Albina Ave., Portland, OR 97217

Monday—Sunday 12—7 PM

Exhibition space in the basement of the Mississippi Records. PMoMA's main emphasis is on national & international contemporary art.

Director: Libby Werbel

Ori Gallery

4038 N. Mississippi Ave., Portland, OR 97227

SundayWednesday 12—6PM

Gallery space seeking to reclaim and redefine "the white cube" through amplifying the voices of Trans and Queer Artists of color, community organizing and mobilization through the arts.

Run by: Maya Vivas & Leila Haile