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Walters Gallery Exhibits

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Hello Hillsboro Community Members,

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have unfortunately had to cancel our originally scheduled April/May exhibition at the Walters Cultural Art Center, Fire featuring the art of Don Jacobson, and East Creek Art. Although it saddens us, everyone’s health and safety is our top priority!

The Walters is following all City guidelines with program cancellations and building closures. At this time, we are unable to exhibit these creative works, and instead are providing you with a link to the artists’ websites. To show support and to let the artists of our community know how much we appreciate their creative contributions, please reach out and visit their online galleries at and

Information about our other upcoming exhibits is posted below.


The Walters Curatorial Team


Reaching For Something by Donovan SinclairJune 2 - July 24


Pippa Arend, Riis Griffen, Bruce Reed, and Donovan Sinclair

Layering paint, paper, and time, this exhibition brings together four individual artists, Pippa Arend, Riis Griffen, Bruce Reed, and Donovan Sinclair, who actively explore a variety of hidden elements. With themes of otherness, diversity, and overlooked figures, each artist portrays abstractions of personal journeys, drawing viewers in for a closer look at the human condition.

First Tuesday Receptions: June 2 and July 7, 5 - 8 pm


Intersectionality: The Companion by Kanaan KanaanAugust 4 – September 25


Kanaan Kanaan, Li Tie, and Arturo Villasenor

Bridging diverse perspectives, journeys, and collective memories to the canvas, artists Kanaan Kanaan, Li Tie, and Arturo Villasenor come together to present a collection of select works highlighting individual roots. The exhibition celebrates an expression of pride for immigrant heritage in the hopes of bringing people together.

First Tuesday Receptions: August 4 and September 1, 5 - 8 pm