Continuous Gallery Shuttles

There are 3 Continuous Gallery Shuttles that all take place on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Buses operate continuously (much like a city bus system) with departures every 25 to 30 minutes from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. side of the Convention Center. Board the bus at the Convention Center at your leisure. Each rider receives a wristband which is the “ticket” to re-board the bus at any stop along the route. At any of the stops on the shuttle route riders may HOP-OFF and visit the exhibition(s) knowing that every 25-30 minutes a bus will be available at the shuttle stop to HOP-ON and ride to the next exhibition the rider wants to visit or return to the Convention Center. The shuttle ticket allows the rider to HOP-OFF and HOP-ON at any or all stops on the shuttle
route.

NOTE: A separate shuttle ticket is needed for each shuttle route. Tickets prior to the conference are $28.00 each and at the conference will be $33.00 each.

View these 3 tour option routes below.

 

NORTH SHUTTLE ROUTE:

Stop 1:

Pigeon Toe Ceramics; “50 Years of Pottery Northwest”
Stop 2:

Queen Bee Ceramics; “Containment and Connection”
Stop 3:

vitrifiedstudio:collection; “vitrifiedstudio, a case study”
Antler Gallery; “Natural Flux – Neo Cali Clay”
Guardino Gallery; “Lisa Conway: The Tug” and “Hsin-Yi Huang”
Stop 4:

SHIPWRECK!; “Turned & Burned”
Portland Community College; “InterChange” and “Pushing Boundaries: Living Without Approval”
Stop 5:

Disjecta Contemporary Art Center; NCECA Annual: “The Evocative Garden”
Salvage Works; “Reclaim: Using the Past to Forge the Future”
Stop 6:

Also Known As Gallery; “Recursive”
Stop 7:

c3:initiative; “Social Objects”

 

 

EAST SHUTTLE ROUTE:

 

Stop 1:

Exchange Ballroom; “Santa Fe Clay Presents: LA MESA”
Butters Gallery; “Progression: 25 Years of Functional Form”

Stop 2:

Siteworks; “Slice”
Stop 3:

Ash Street Project; “Pots@ASP” and “Them Are Us Too” and “ASP/Emerging Artist and Mentorship Program”

Stop 4:

Jupiter Hotel; “Industrial Magic”
Redux; “Put a Bird on It”

Stop 5:

Talon Gallery; “The Shadowtide”
Buddhist Henjyoji Temple; “Onko-Chishin”

Stop 6:

Nationale; “Emily Counts // Form Factor”

Stop 7:

Stark Street Studios; “Stark Past & Present: Members Exhibition”

Stop 8:

Eutectic Gallery; “Duet”
Rising Room Gallery; “Radius”

Stop 9:

MFA Applied Craft & Design; “Diderot/Forrest/Roloff” and “A Tipping Point-Technology in Ceramics” and “10 Years in the Making” and “Confluence and Bifurcation”

 

WEST SHUTTLE ROUTE:

 

Stop 1:

Pacific Northwest College of Art; “Method Accumulation: Studies in Materiality & Existence” and “Tenuous Construction” and “Reconstructing Craft: Feminism & Contemporary Ceramics” and “Scofflaws” and “Post-Digital Landscapes”
Stop 2:

Froelich Gallery; “Scape Scope”
Augen Gallery; “Flux Capacitor: Stored Clay Energy”
Stop 3:

Annie Meyer Gallery; “Contemporary Figuration from Watershed Invitational”
Adams and Ollman; “Paul Swenbeck, and Magdalena Suarez Frimkess”
The Cleaners @ Ace Hotel; “Trifecta: Future Forward on the Ceramic Highway”
Stop 4:

Blackfish Gallery; “Legacy Emergent”
Elizabeth Leach; “BUILD: Sculptural Ceramics”
Stop 5:

Gallery 114; “All Land/Omnus Terre”
Stop 6:

Russo Lee Gallery; “Northwest Ceramic Survey”
Stop 7:

Catlin Gabel School; “Animalis”
Stop 8:

Oregon College of Art & Craft; NCECA: “National Student Juried Exhibition” and “Flux = RAD!” and “Occupation” and “OCAC Ceramics Alumni Exhibition”
Stop 9:

Mexican Consulate Office; “Migratory Flux Intro”

Canoe; “At the Table: Community & Collaboration Between Artist & Chef”
Stop 10:

Portland State University ;“Ritual Unmoored: Works by Six Jewish Ceramists”