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Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery

Sadé DuBoise - A Moment Outside
April 3rd, 2024 - May 3rd, 2024
Reception –  Wednesday, April 10th noon – 1:30 pm

The Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of a new show, Sadé DuBoise A Moment Outside. Sadé is a painter from Portland Oregon. She has shown work in the Portland Art Museum, the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, and been featured on OPB's Oregon Art Beat. Sadé’s work explores themes such as the power of Black women, the inequity of the Black experience in America, and the psychology of individuals. 

You can visit Sadé's website by clicking here 

Student Art Show Call for Entry 

The Student Art Show will open on May 15th. Further details about application will follow. Click this link to fill out an interest form.

The Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery is in Building 3, Room 122. 

Have questions? Reach out to Kay Bunnenberg Boehmer, Deanne Beausoleil or our gallery assistant Amadeo Rehbein-Verhoeven.
You can contact the gallery directly at 503.399.2533 to learn more about our current shows.



    The Artist in Residence Program at the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery occurs at the Salem campus of Chemeketa Community College in the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery. The Artist in Residence Program offers a single artist or a group of up to three artists the use of the gallery space as an art studio along with a future exhibition.

    The artist, or artists, get quality uninterrupted time and space to complete a body of work or foster new directions. They may also gain access to kilns, still life props, and printing presses. In exchange for the studio space, the artist offers two public educational programs such as slide lectures, open visitor hours, or workshops.

    For more detailed information, please contact the Art Program at Chemeketa Community College with further questions 503.399.6093.