PassionLab

Passionlab

Passionlab provided resources for visual artists of all types and in all genres.

Passionlab Gallery Committee planned, marketed and curated exhibits of contemporary artwork. Typical shows included oil paintings, watercolors, photography, sculpture and abstract metalwork with a one-month showing time. The gallery funded itself through sales, contributions, the artist magazine and additional programming.

Below are some of our accomplishments

  • Visual artists from Portland to Klamath Falls contributed to the first and second issues of Artisan's Almanac
  • Ten visual artists were featured at events in collaboration between TCC and the Klamath County Library and in the original CAK location
  • Members' art was featured in a Creativity Collective show at The Ross Ragland with an opening night where the artists were present
  • Classes in the visual arts were offered throughout the year

Past Exhibits:

WALT EVANS

ANITA SAVIO

anita_savio

BENTE

bente

KIDS IN FLIGHT EXHIBIT

Kids in Flight

THESE ARE THE ROOMS TO MY MOTHERS HOUSE

Rooms to My Mothers House

IMPRESSIONS OF A DREAM & INVENTORY: BODY PARTS - TERRA WHITLOCK

Terra Whitlock

SNOWFLAKE FESTIVAL COLORING CONTEST WINNER

Snowflake Festival

FACES OF WAR EXHIBIT

Faces of War

The exhibit consisted of 20 action photographs taken by the 168 Field Artillery Unit, Battery B during World War II. Lieutenant, Harold Bohm of the 168 Field Artillery Unit was one of the first participants in A Legacy of Bravery. Thirteen and older unless accompanied by an adult. The Faces of War exhibit stemmed from The Legacy of Bravery project. The Creativity Collective developed A Legacy of Bravery, an on-line archive of stories, photos and video pertaining to the military experiences of Oregonians. Veterans get their own page telling their unique story. It is from these stories that The Legacy of Bravery Memorial Tours was created.