Arts and Culture

    • Gresham Arts Festival call for artists 2019
    • Gallery Food Stories Holidays
    • Gallery Gresham Teespring Store
    • Gallery Gresham History Museum exterior
    • Driscoll, the bronze dog statue in Gresham, Oregon
    • muralist Don Gray in Gresham, Oregon
    • East Multnomah County Courthouse art installation
    • Gresham Art Committee juried art show patrons
    • Gresham's food scene is diverse and delicious
    • Sisters of Mercy playing at the Gresham Arts Festival in downtown Gresham
    • Students at the Rockwood Maker Space

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    • Call to artists: Showcase your talents in July's Gresham Arts Festival. Apply today.

    • Taste the flavors and cultures of Rockwood. Cookbook proceeds benefit Birch Community Services. Purchase a cookbook

    • This is Gresham. And this is our story: A park for everyone, built by hand, rock by rock by rock, and restored into an oasis of beauty by volunteers in a true labor of love. Visit Tsuru Island

    • Order your Gresham merchandise including posters, t-shirts, mugs, canvas bags and stickers. All proceeds benefit the Rockwood Boys and Girls Club.

    • The “History of the Japanese-American Community in Gresham” exhibit covers early Japanese pioneer families, their personal experiences up to Gresham's continuing ties with Japan today.

    • Enjoy larger-than-life bronze statutes, brought to Gresham by the nonprofit Gresham Outdoor Public Art (GOPA) on Main Avenue in Historic Downtown. This friendly dog is Driscoll, a tribute to the outstanding work of Guide Dogs for the Blind, who often train downtown.

    • Provided by the nonprofit Gresham Outdoor Public Art (GOPA). The mural is on the Jazzy Bagels storefront facing Main Avenue at Powell Boulevard in Historic Downtown Gresham.

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