Everett Station Lofts

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Everett Station Lofts

The Everett Station Lofts & Galleries is an artist community in Portland, Oregon, United States. In 1989, three adjacent buildings in Portland, Oregon's Old Town Chinatown neighborhood (bordering the Pearl District) were renovated and converted into the lofts, a 62,000-square-foot (5,800 m2) cluster of 47 live/work units combining gallery live spacess and live work loft apartments. Everett Station's spaces feature high ceilings, hardwood floors, and a second-floor courtyard shared by all residents.

Everett Station Lofts & Galleries supports the local art scene by reserving sixteen storefront units for artists who agree to open their studios to the public during regular business hours and during at least nine "First Thursday" evenings each year.

The lofts offer affordable exhibition space on the edge of the increasingly gentrified Pearl District and has been a key player in the art scene's surge in activity.[1]

Current Galleries[edit]

As of February 2017, the list of active galleries at Everett Station Lofts & Galleries is as follows:


Noted past galleries[edit]

  • Anka Gallery 325 NW 6th Ave (founded in 2008 by Anna Solcaniova-King, Graylan King and Chad Glass and ran until July 2011) (same space as former Rake)
  • 101 SHIFT, A Contemporary Arts Gallery (Winner: Best Gallery 2004 - Willamette Week Readers Poll)
  • 101: Multiplex - Felisha Ledesma
  • 102: SoHiTek Gallery - Erik - sohitekgallery.com
  • 103 --- it's where modest gallery started
  • 104 & 107 Fleck Gallery, curator Matt Fleck
  • 111 Nil Contemporary Art, curator Muriel Bartol
  • 111 Field,[3] curator Michael Oman-Reagan
  • 107 Soundvision, curator TJ Norris
  • 106 Tilt Gallery & Project Space - Josh Smith & Jenene Nagy, co-curators
  • 106 Gavin Shettler Gallery, curator Gavin Shettler
  • 108: MoDHI (Millions of Hundred Dollar Ideas) - Drew Anderson - mohdi.com
  • 109 Zeitgeist, curator Paul Fujita & Tyler Kline
  • 110 Genuine Imitation, curator Vincent Clervi
  • 110 PiP Gallery - Ryan Dobrowski, Director (drummer for Blind Pilot)
  • 113 7 May, artist Nic Walker
  • 113 Pepper Gallery & Studio, curator Daniyel Hicks
  • 108 Xel Gallery, curator Heather S. Huston
  • 117 Vorpal Space Gallery, (2006-2009)
  • 230 Core Gallery with Anna Todaro

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Coordinates: 45°31′26″N 122°40′13″W / 45.523875°N 122.670399°W / 45.523875; -122.670399