Crossroads Carnegie Art Center

Crossroads Carnegie
Art Center

What's new at the art center?

Art Access Pass Lecture Series

Art Access Pass - Lifelong Learner Lecture Series


Crossroads Carnegie Art Center is starting a free Art Lecture Series open to the public through the generous support of the Oregon Community Foundation.  The monthly lecture series will always be on the Wednesday immediately following the first Friday of each month starting at 10:30 am.  The one-hour program will start with a walk through the gallery (elevator access available) to view the featured artwork and will be followed with light refreshments and a lecture or demonstration by one of the featured artists or a member of the community speaking about an art or cultural topic. 

We welcome you to join us, Wednesday, November 11th at 10:30 am for a walk through the gallery featuring the artwork of Nancy Coffelt of Baker City and Stephen Wadner of Union.  Nancy Coffelt will talk about her artwork, highlighting stories created through both the use of imagery and medium, encouraging the viewer to add their own twists to the tale.  Join us at Crossroads, 2020 Auburn Ave., in the downstairs studio for an hour of conversation and light refreshments provided by Tricia Everson.  Wheel chair access is available through the 2nd Street entrance.  For more information please contact Crossroads at (541) 523-5369.

Some notes from Ginger Savage:  "Crossroads is thrilled to start this new program Art Access Pass funded by the Oregon Community Foundation.  Our goal is to create an opportunity for live-long learners to come to the art center at a quieter time in our schedule and enjoy the featured artwork.  To slow down, really look at the work, ask questions and become engaged with artisans through their talks.”  States Ginger Savage, Executive Director.   “This series while designed to welcome a 50 year old + crowd to the art center, it is indeed open to the public.  Cynthia Newman, Community Art Director for Crossroads has done a terrific job putting the program together and is looking ahead to some exciting lectures throughout 2016.”


This program is made possible through the generous support of

Oregon Community Foundation