Future Exhibitions

August 22, 2020 to December 06, 2020
Steve Rowell investigates ecology and post-natural landscapes in his multicomponent installation Uncanny Sensing, Remote Valleys (2013-20). The project’s title combines “remote sensing” (a method of data collection from the physical world via sensors and other remote technology) and “uncanny valley” (the cognitive dissonance caused by lifelike replicas of living things)
September 12, 2020 to January 10, 2021
The Ford Family Foundation celebrates the contributions of outstanding Oregon artists working in fine art and craft with its prestigious Hallie Ford Fellowships in the Visual Arts, awarded annually to five recipients by an independent jury of regional and national arts professionals. This fall, the JSMA will present new and recent work by the fifteen artists named Fellows in 2017, 2018, and 2019.
October 03, 2020 to February 14, 2021
The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA) and the Portland Art Museum (PAM) are co-organizing Nuestra imagen actual | Our Present Image: Mexico and the Graphic Arts 1925-1956. The exhibition aims to deepen and broaden the understanding and appreciation of the graphic art of post-revolutionary Mexico, a landmark in the history of twentieth-century printmaking and modern art.
March 06, 2021 to June 14, 2021
The JSMA and Eugene Symphony Association celebrate an innovative collaboration with four Oregon visual artists in response to Paul Hindemith (1895-1963)’s orchestral masterpiece Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes of Weber. Mika Aono, Anna Fidler, Andrew Myers, and Julia Oldham created new works in printmaking, painting, drawing, and animation inspired by Hindemith’s most popular work.