Project Description

Spring Giving Campaign

May 11, 2016–June 20, 2016

Disjecta Spring Giving Campaign

You make great art possible.

For 15 years, Disjecta has existed to help artists and curators realize their most ambitious creative visions. And it’s all because of people like you who believe in taking risks, showcasing the incredible talent within our community, bringing in creative visionaries, and in supporting Disjecta to elevate contemporary art and artists in our community.

Please stand with us again by making a contribution today.

This spring, we are reaching out to our community for support in two key areas. First, to help Disjecta build the next 15 years through investments in our signature Curator-in-Residence program, building our organizational capacity and continuing to keep our exhibitions free and open to the public. Second, to ensure that our most ambitious program yet, the Portland2016 Biennial is an unforgettable experience for artists and audiences alike.

The Portland2016 Biennial is a presentation of the state of contemporary art in Oregon. This year, led by nationally renowned curator Michelle Grabner (co-curator of the Whitney 2014 Biennial) we’re taking it statewide to 25 different venues, ranging from Astoria to Pendleton, McMinnville to Ashland, plus 10 locations in Portland. It’s a bold undertaking – and it’s only because of supporters like you that Disjecta is able to lead this exciting initiative.

This Spring Giving Campaign is special as we conclude our 15th year – and timely as we kick off Portland2016. In light of that, all donors who give at the $1,000 level and above will be recognized in the entryway to Disjecta’s gallery and in the Portland2016 catalog, receive invitations to exclusive artist events, and a selection of Disjecta’s recent exhibition catalogs.

Your contribution at any level empowers Disjecta to continue bringing cutting edge contemporary art to our community, and helps artists and curators realize their most ambitious creative visions. Join us in making this work possible. Please donate today.



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