Festival of the Arts: Limited Exhibit

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

A selection of works remaining from the festival of the arts 39th annual exhibit.

Wallowa Valley Festival of the Arts Opening Reception

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Opening reception for our fine art show! Don't miss it! This is limited capacity due to covid cases, and tickets are no longer required.

Wallowa Valley Festival of the Arts

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Our 39th annual festival is the largest juried fine art exhibition in Eastern Oregon, featuring representational realism as well as contemporary art from the Pacific Northwest and beyond.  

Instance in Time

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

A collaborative photography exhibit between Adele Buttolph & Rick McEwan.

Nez Perce Artists at the Josephy Center

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Nez Perce artists Kellen Trenal and Phil Cash Cash, writer Beth Piatote, and other Nez Perce writers and speakers will be here to read and reflect on their own work as it relates to maps, words, and images of the current exhibit:, "Nez Perce Treaties and Reservations, 1855-Present." 

Nez Perce Treaties Opening Reception

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

We'll have some smoked salmon and other goodies for you, and David Liberty, our writer in residence, will tell you why he thinks the Treaty of 1863 should be "annulled."

Nez Perce Treaties & Reservation

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

The exhibit explores the Nez Perce Treaties of 1855 and 1863, and a “Proposed Reservation for the Roaming Nez Perce Indians in the Wallowa Valley in Oregon,” promulgated and then rescinded by President U.S. Grant executive orders.

Fire Stories Exhibit Opening

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

This exhibit opening will be in-person, limited to 31 people. You must RSVP by emailing Megan Wolfe at [email protected], to reserve a spot. A zoom link is setup for those who cannot attend!

“Fire Stories” Exhibit

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Fire Stories is a historic and contemporary exploration of wildfire in Northwest landscapes. A collection of 1930s panoramic photographs from fire lookout sites paired with modern replicates provides unique perspective.

Wallowa Valley Youth Arts Festival

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Youth, K-12, are invited to show one piece of artwork in this annual exhibit.

Women’s Exhibit: “Motherhood”

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Our annual women's exhibit. All mediums were welcomed in our exploration of the powerful and transcendent idea of motherhood.

Who’s Your Buddy?

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Human / Animal connection exhibit

View Finder exhibit

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

“The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.”  – Dorothea Lange

Hello From Lockdown

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Inspired by the global pandemic. October 2 - November 18.

The Wild Landscape

Expanding view of Eastern Oregon. View the exhibit online here.

Determined to Rise Exhibit

"The Valient Women of the Vote". Runs through April 15. In conjunction with the 100 year anniversary of the Women's […]