JSMA Museum Store

Visit the JSMA Museum Store for a wide variety of art cards, unusual gifts imported from China, Japan and Korea, multicultural children’s books, unique jewelry, custom home décor and more.
Open Wednesday 11:00am-7:30pm, Thursday-Sunday 11:00am-4:30pm. 
JSMA Members receive 10% discount. Not a member? Join today!

JSMA Pillows
Art pillows featuring works from our East Asian collection.
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  Bartow Shirts
A new line of custom printed t-shirts, featuring work by artist Rick Bartow (American, Mad River Wiyot, 1946-2016).
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JSMA stroller blanket

JSMA’s exclusive 30” X40” Micro-Mink Sherpa lined stroller blanket features a design adapted from a Qing dynasty Chinese tapestry in our collection. Machine washable in cold water; tumble dry low.

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JSMA Exhibition Catalogs and Publications


The First Metal: Arts & Crafts Copper

The First Metal: Arts & Crafts Copper catalogue features newly commis­sioned essays by scholar-curators Mary Greensted and Jonathan Clancy, who trace the rise of the Arts and Crafts movement and the role that copper played in its development and ethos. Marilyn Archer served as guest curator, and Margo Grant Walsh served as a curatorial consultant to the exhibition of the same name.

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The Art of the News - Comics Journalism

The Art of the News - Comics Journalism is the first museum exhibition and catalogue devoted to the remarkable international emergence of comics journalism in the two decades since Joe Sacco first published Palestine in 1993. Fittingly, this project and the scholarship it represents emerge from Sacco’s alma mater, the University of Oregon, where he first studied journalism. The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the university is proud to present the exhibition and publish the catalogue, featuring not only Sacco’s work, but that of the other comics journalists whose work is also presented here, including Gerardo Alba, Dan Archer, Tracy Chahwan, Jesús Cossio, Sarah Glidden, Omar Khouri, Viktoria Lomasko, Sarah Mirk, Ben Passmore, Yazan Al-Saadi, and Andy Warner. Hailing from eight countries, their work demonstrates the truly global nature of this literary and artistic medium.

from $50.50

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Libby Wadsworth: Always InFormation

Libby Wadsworth: Always InFormation (72 pages) documents Eugene artist Libby Wadsworth’s exhibition in the Artist Project Space (July 24 through November 7, 2021). This fully illustrated catalog includes an essay by McCosh Curator Danielle Knapp, an interview between JSMA Executive Director John Weber and Wadsworth, an artist’s statement and résumé, and exhibition checklist.

from $18 plus shipping

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Claire Burbridge: Pathways to the Invisible
$20 plus shipping
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Journey to the Third Dimension: Tom Cramer Drawings and Paintings 1974-2019
$20 plus shipping
Made possible by a Ford Family Foundation Exhibition and Documentation Support Grant and Augen Gallery.
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Contemporary Cuban Art: History, Identity, and Materiality

This catalogue offers a nuanced view of the political dimensions, formal strategies, and aesthetic intensity of recent art from Cuba, drawing on the considerable holdings in Cuban art from the collection of the the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon. Curated by Jill Hartz, former JSMA executive director, it was published to accompany the 2022 exhibition, Contemporary Cuban Art: History, Identity, and Materiality at the Boise Art Museum.

from $35

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Evocative Shadows: The Mezzotints of Hamanishi Katsunori

$30 plus shipping
Made possible by Dr. Michael Powanda and Dr. Elizabeth Moyer.

A New Woman: Clara Barck Welles
A New Woman: Clara Barck Welles, Inspiration and Influence in Arts & Crafts Silver documents the Life and Work of Clara Barck Welles.  Published in conjunction with the exhibition, A New Woman: Clara Barck Welles, Inspiration and Influence in Arts & Crafts Silver, the JSMA’s eponymous catalogue is now available for purchase at the Museum Store.
from $30.50

Keith Achepohl, Vision of Nature|Vessel of Beauty

This extensive body of work in painting, drawing, and collage by Eugene, Oregon-based artist Keith Achepohl was inspired by three weeks spent at the Morris Graves Foundation Artist Residency in 2011.


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Paper Weight: Works in Paper by Elsa Mora

Paper Weight: Works in Paper by Elsa Mora is a 96-page, full color, hardback catalog accompanying the exhibition of the same name. It includes an interview with Mora by JSMA executive director Jill Hartz and photographs of all of the 2D and 3D works presented in the exhibition.

from $28

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Visual Magic: An Oregon Invitational Exhibition Catalog

The Visual Magic exhibition catalog includes essays by McCosh Curator Danielle Knapp and guest writer Dr. Henry Sayre, Distinguished Professor of Art History at Oregon State University-Cascades Campus, an illustrated checklist and artist statements.


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Special Exhibition Catalog
One Step, Big Shot

by Gus Van Sant

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Hung Liu: Portraits of Promised Lands

A major survey of contemporary artist Hung Liu, whose layered portraits explore history and memory through the stories of marginalized figures.

Hardcover.  $41.50 members, $45.00 non-member. Price includes shipping via Media Mail to US addresses only.

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