The gallery features monthly art shows and our newly established Featured Artists Showcase. For a complete list of upcoming events,go to the Show Calendar at the bottom of the page
Current Gallery Newsletter
Current Show March 1-25
Follow this link to our Local Arts Scene page featuring Salem Area Art Associations and other groups that support the Arts in our area
Becki Hesedahl has been a long-time member of Artists in Action and has participated in many shows at the gallery. Her work in this new series will be featured in Gallery 444 for the month of March. A reception will be held for the artist during First Wednesday, March 1, from 4-7 pm. Live music during artist’s reception by Mikayla Viles.
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The gallery will host the Capital Calligraphers’ Group during the month of April.
If you love beautiful letters & sharing your knowledge with others
Capital Calligraphers is the place for you. We’re a non professional group who have in common a deep appreciation for beautifully crafted letters and a sincere desire to share with each other the skills needed to create them. Join us, please.
Capital Calligraphers is the place for you
Capital Calligraphers was formed on April 21, 1977, for the purpose of promoting calligraphy in the greater Salem area and to encourage calligraphers to come out of hiding and gain self-confidence in their craft. To that end we sponsor meetings, classes and workshops. We also demonstrate and organize shows to promote calligraphy to the public.
We learn from each other
(April Showers Bring) MAY FLOWERS Show is an invitational exhibit of floral art by local and Northwest artists. The show is open to all 2-d media and submissions will be accepted up until April 8th. For a prospectus on this show, May Flowers Show or e-mail Brent
The show will open on First Wednesday, May 3rd from 4-7 pm and will coincide with the opening of the May-July Featured Artist Showcase.
Our June show this year features Adults In Incarceration who are working as artists to support local and international charities. Visions of Hope will be the primary beneficiary as well as the organizations being supported by the artists at Santiam Correctional in Salem.