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Hallie Ford Museum of Art

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Willamette University

700 State St

Salem, OR


HOURS: tue-sat 12pm-5pm.

ADMISSION: general, $6; seniors (55+), $4; students (18+ with ID), $3; Tuesday is a free day.

To Dec 4
Claudia Cave: Interiors and Interiority features paintings and drawings by this highly-regarded artist whose subject matter ranges from spiky female figures and zooming dogs and cats to smoothly excavated landscape forms and compulsively rendered interior spaces.

To Dec 18
Time in Place: Northwest Art from the Permanent Collection explores concepts of place as expressed
in Northwest art over the past 150 years.

Opening Jan 4
Depth of Field: Selections from the Bill Rhoades of Northwest Photography features a range of Northwest photographs. Also includes works by Robert Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Jim Lommasson, Mary Randlett, and Terry Toedtemeier, among others.

Opening Jan 22
Arvie Smith: Scarecrow. A 30-year retrospective exhibition for this highly-regarded African American painter who explores issues of race, identity, and systemic racism in his work.


The Hallie Ford Museum of Art (HFMA) exists to support the liberal arts curriculum of Willamette University, and to serve as an intellectual and cultural resource for the City of Salem and beyond, through the collection, preservation, exhibition, and interpretation of historical and contemporary art with an emphasis on regional art.

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