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Hallie Ford Museum of Art

by Meredith Areskoug

Willamette University

700 State St

Salem, OR


HOURS: tue-sat 12pm-5pm.

ADMISSION: adults $6, seniors (+55) $4, students (18+ with ID), children (0-17) and members free; tue free

To Jan 16
Lockwood Dennis: Woodcuts includes 36 woodcuts by this late Port Townsend, Washington artist who captured a nostalgic side of the Pacific Northwest.

Forgotten Stories: Northwest Public Art in the 1930s represents the first major exhibition to celebrate the bounty of artwork created in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana under the New Deal Federal Art Projects in the 1930s. This exhibition was organized by the Tacoma Art Museum.


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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