North American, American (North, South, Central, & Caribbean), Gender Non-Conforming, LGBTQ, Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Queer, Trans, Two Spirit
ARTS at King Street Station is a dynamic space for arts and culture in the heart of the city, dedicated to increasing opportunities for communities of color to generate and present their work.
Bridging Art + Technology + Community
American (North, South, Central, & Caribbean), South American, Central American, Latinx
Through a series of workshops and events, interviews, and rotating art galleries we will engage with and promote the expression of stories from a variety of Latinx individuals.
Additionally, these vignettes will be hosted online to encourage submissions from the greater Latinx community. These mediums will serve as a conduit to amplify the voice of the Latinx people in Portland — highlighting their lives, challenges, joy, passions, and grit.
One Reel fuels civic pride through signature programming that foster growth and development of community and art.
Native American, Cowlitz, Settler
At Fred Oldfield’s Western Heritage & Art Center learn the history of the Western lifestyle and advancing Western art through the example set by Fred Oldfield. Our vision is to provide a creative outlet where the history, passion, and art of Fred Oldfield’s life will live on in all generations. Fred Oldfield had a passion for life that is reflected in his work. His colors are bold and powerful like the beauty he sees in his surroundings.
The Portland Art Museum strives to be an inclusive institution that facilitates respectful dialogue, debate, and the free exchange of ideas. With a deep commitment to artists – past and present – and freedom of expression, the Museum and PAM CUT’s collections, programs and staff aspire to reveal the beauty and complexities of the world, and create a deeper understanding of our shared humanity. We are a Museum for all, inviting everyone to connect with art through their own experiences, voices, and personal journeys.
he Art Museum of Eastern Idaho (TAM) operates in the public trust as a museum of service and as a regional leader in the visual arts. TAM promotes the power of the arts to educate, inspire and enhance the lives of individuals of all ages and abilities in eastern Idaho. To ensure the arts are an integral part of living for the youngest to the oldest citizen, TAM showcases rotating art exhibits, acquires and displays artwork–particularly works by Idaho artists–and provides extensive art educational opportunities.
Indigenous, For All, Multicultural
The Leonor R. Fuller Gallery at The Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts fosters transformative education and community connections through engaging and challenging exhibitions and programming.
Founded in 1950 by a group of local artists including Maude Irvine Kerns, the Maude Kerns Art Center is a non-profit community center for the visual arts.
Culture, American (North, South, Central, & Caribbean), South American, Central American, Latinx, Multicultural, Mexican
The Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery is a multi-use space, hosting art exhibitions, workshops, gift shop, as well as a space for cultural events.
Culture, American (North, South, Central, & Caribbean), South American, Central American, Hispanic, Latinx
A Cultural Center focusing on Latino arts, culture, education and resources to empower our community.
Culture, For All
ArtsWA is the Washington State Arts Commission. We are a state agency, formed by the Washington State Legislature in 1961. Our mission is to nurture and support the role of the arts in the lives of all Washingtonians.
ArtsWA values diversity, equity, and inclusion. We believe in diverse forms of artistic expression. The arts amplify voices across all populations. Access to arts and arts education should be available for everyone. The arts can and should address inequities, model inclusion, and teach empathy.
Culture, North American, American (North, South, Central, & Caribbean), LGBTQ, For All
Affordable, curated, boutique art fair in NY, DC, LA, San Francisco, Seattle, and growing featuring the pinnacle in emerging new contemporary art.
North American, Culture, American (North, South, Central, & Caribbean), American (US), Asian, Southeast Asian, Asian American, Vietnamese American, Vietnamese
The Little Saigon Creative is a community gathering space dedicated to Vietnamese culture and providing community-centered services.
Culture, North American, Alaska Native, American (North, South, Central, & Caribbean), American (US), Indigenous, Native American
yəhaw̓ is a collective of Indigenous creatives providing interdisciplinary cultural, art, and design services.
Culture, American (North, South, Central, & Caribbean), Central American, Latinx, Mexican
Anxestral Gallery specializes in the exhibition of Latin American art and unique pieces of fine Mexican crafts.
Inspiring a vibrant community through the practice, teaching, and appreciation of the arts on the Kenai Peninsula.
Cascadia Art Museum is an educational, nonprofit organization that celebrates the rich tradition of the visual arts and design in the Northwest during the period 1860-1970.
Museum of Pop Culture is a nonprofit in Seattle ft. music, sci-fi, fantasy, horror & more!
A non-profit (501c3) artist-in-residence program open to local, national, and international artists. Located in Garden City, ID, minutes from downtown Boise.