Well Well Projects is an artist-run gallery located in Portland, Oregon. Co-founded and operated by Jeremy Le Grand, Jessie Weitzel Le Grand, Katherine Spinella, and John Whitten. Well Well opened in January 2021 with the intent of giving artists gallery representation. The co-founders bring their experience as artists, partners, and operators of a variety of artist-run spaces to the table in order to enrich this project and their home base in North Portland’s Disjecta Contemporary Art Center. With a member base that is Portland focused, they aim for this project to serve as a launch pad for artists while open-calls and other opportunities seek to reach a wider audience that expands outside the Pacific Northwest region. Art exhibitions serve as an important foundation to the gallery space, and programming seeks to vary the ways in which Well Well Projects interacts with the Portland community and beyond. Alongside regular solo and group exhibitions, Well Well is developing a series of artists workshops and classes, lectures, and a shop selling publications, art objects and editions.
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Well Well Projects in Portland, Oregon, is accepting entries of visual art that makes use of humor/comedy for a juried group show that will be on display in our gallery for the month of April 2021. All mediums welcome. Open to all USA based artists. www.wellwellprojects.com What’s So Funny? We’re in it for the laughs, and not just the kind we let out because it’s all gonna be okay. Sometimes we laugh to break the silence, to calm our anxious nerves, sometimes the Lynchian absurdity of everyday life makes us laugh until we cry. It’s all good. This is an exhibition focused around comedy. We’re looking for work that hits the funny bone, maybe a good one liner, some slapstick. It can be absurdist, cute and playful, tragic to the point of comedy, obtuse, ephemeral, performative, and everything and anything in between. It’s just got to be funny. All submissions must be of actual artworks that are available from March 25 – April 25, 2021. All works must be exhibition ready. Applications due: March 1, 11:59pm (MST) Fee: $20 Apply via CaFÉ! Click here to be taken to this open call on CaFÉ Applications will only be accepted via […]