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Val Britton, born in Livingston, New Jersey, lives and works in Portland, Oregon. She received her B.F.A. from Rhode Island School of Design and her M.F.A. from California College of the Arts. Britton creates immersive, collaged works on paper and site-specific installations that explore physical and psychological spaces. Her fragmented, exploded landscapes draw on the […]

Artist, author, and performer Anis Mojgani is the current Poet Laureate of Oregon. A two-time individual champion of the National Poetry Slam, winner of the International World Cup Poetry Slam, and multiple TEDx Speaker, Anis has shared work across the globe as a professional poet for the past 16 years. A multidisciplinary artist born to […]

Joshua Sin is a Canadian-born artist/designer living in Portland, Oregon. Trained as an Industrial Designer, he’s spent 10+ years working in corporate America, leading advanced innovation projects in retail, sports, and technology. In his practice, he explores the tension between physical craft and digital space. He sculpts textiles from found materials and deconstructed used clothing, […]

ahuva s. zaslavsky lives and works in Portland, Oregon. She was born and raised in Tel Aviv and graduated from The University of the Negev, Israel with a B.A in behavioral sciences. ahuva will receive her MFA in Visual Studies at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in summer 2022. In her work, ahuva looks […]

Maddy Dubin grew up in rural northern California, scavenging found materials from an early age. Maddy was never able to shake this impulse, and employs the same methods in their art practice today. This practice has provided the catalyst for connection to place, matter, the past, and people. While pursuing a BFA degree at CSU […]

Lee Davignon (She/They) is a textile and installation artist living and working in the Cascade foothills of Washington. Born and raised in Rhode Island, they earned their BFA in Fibers from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2013. Focusing on materiality and malleability, Davignon’s sculpture and installation form out of a material-led investigation […]

Satpreet Kahlon is a Panjabi-born, Seattle-based artist. She is a founding board member of yehaw, an Indigenous Creative nonprofit serving over 300 artists in the PNW, and is the editor of New Archives art journal. Recent works include a solo show at Brown University’s Sarah Doyle Gallery, a residency and show at Oxbow Gallery in […]

Omar Howaida El-Sabrout (any pronouns) [Stanford ’22] is excited about playing with dirt & fermentation to make work about memory, identity, cultural heritage, community, brownness, queerness etc… etc… etc… They feel immensely privileged to be a part of this residency, to mess around with trash. They would love to chat with you, yes you dear […]

My work spirals around the spiritual, social, and material complications within trans embodiment. Cruising across material and motifs, I bring big color and fluid movement to build towards heterotopic worldmaking. Formal and material explorations live somewhere between a poetic and functional stab at alternate futurity. By creating rifts and variations patterns, I can begin to […]

Malia Jensen (b.1966, Honolulu, Hawaii) is a Portland-based artist known primarily for her work in sculpture and video. Jensen draws inspiration from the natural world and the complex relationships we negotiate within it. Her technically accomplished work marries the tactile authority of the hand-made with complex psychological narratives and a genuine quest for harmony and […]