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Upcoming Events 

Join Us December 8th

Keynote Speaker Lydia Conklin and Co-host Callum Angus

Presenting Rainbow Rainbow

Thursday, December 8, 2022

4-5pm PST / 7-6pm EST

This event is free and held online via Zoom

Pre-registration required

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Rainbow Rainbow named Most Anticipated Book by Time, Nerd Daily, Lit Hub, LGBTQ Reads, Electric Literature, The Millions and Seahawk

2018 Sitka writer-in-residence Lydia Conklin will read from Rainbow Rainbow, their debut collection of short stories. In this exuberant, prize-winning collection, queer, trans and gender-nonconforming characters seek love and connection in hilarious and heart-rending stories that reflect the complexity of our current moment. Along side Lydia, Callum Angus will co-host this keynote speaker event.

Read more about Lydia Conklin and Callum Angus.

To view recordings of our past events please visit our YouTube channel here

Sitka Center Pop-Up Print Sale

November 4 - December 18, 2022

Fri. - Sun. 11am-5pm

Featuring limited edition prints from the

Jordan Schnitzer Printmaking Residency


jdc Fine Art

Salishan Marketplace, 7755 US-101, Gleneden Beach, OR

*Closed Thanksgiving weekend

For all inquiries, call sitka: 541-994-5485

Join us to view a selection of limited edition prints from the Jordan Schnitzer Printmaking Residency. The exhibit includes framed and unframed work for viewing and sale by approximately 30 artists including Avantika Bawa, Clare Rojas, Katia Santibanez, Patti Warashina, Heather Watkins, Jenny Lind, Chris Antemann, Ellen George, Ryan Pierce, Samantha Wall, Marie Watt and Brenda Mallory.

The exhibit is part of our ongoing celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Jordan Schnitzer Printmaking Residency. Approximately 100 prints will be available for viewing and purchase.

The Jordan Schnitzer Printmaking Residency (JSPR) was established in 2002 to provide working artists with little or no printmaking experience the opportunity to explore a new creative medium with guidance, instruction and technical assistance from master printmaker Julia D'Amario. Each artist creates work in editions of 10, with five going to the artist and additional prints going to the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation, the Portland Art Museum and the Sitka Permanent Art Collection. Two prints from each edition are available for sale in support of Sitka Center’s programs.

We look forward to celebrating 20 years of printmaking and sharing this beautiful collection with you. If you are unable to attend this sale, you can learn about the JSPR artists, the JSPR collection and view available prints for sale.

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