Contemporary Crafts Gallery
3934 SW Corbett Ave, 223-2654

Visions and Inspirations of the Oregon Potters Association, an exhibition showcasing the creations of 16 O.P.A. members and their artistic mentors. Through June 2

Fast Forward
6616 NE MLK

Fast Forward is holding an open-to-the-public, DIY arts and crafts bazaar every last Sunday.

Gallery Bink
1416 E. Burnside, 233-8866

Wild Kingdom, a group exhibit featuring the work of Tim Biskup, Seonna Hong, and Andrew Brandou. Through May 4

Groundswell Cafe
1800 NE Alberta, 331-1420

Boxcar, a color photographic series by Jim McGinnis. Opens April 25

Guardino Gallery
2939 NE Alberta, 281-9048

Funky Fodder: Clay Works from the New Millennium, group exhibit including ceramic sculptures by four members of the California based Hennig family. Opens April 25

5340 N Interstate Ave, 823-4322

The nonprofit arts center will hold a benefit rummage sale (furniture, art, theatre props, books, household goods, etc.) on Saturday April 27 and Sunday April 28 between 10-4 at 2635 NE Broadway.

Indus Books
1808 NE Alberta, 281-2476

Exhibit of drawings, paintings, and "book flowers" (pop-up paper sculptures made from books) by Jenny Rideout. Opens April 25

Lewis & Clark College Gallery of Contemporary Art
0615 SW Palatine Hill Rd, 768-7687

Senior Art Exhibition features work in a range of mediums by 23 graduating students. Through May 12

Multnomah Arts Center
7688 SW Capitol Hwy, 245-3642

Heather Whitlow presents mixed media paintings and Michael Southern displays etchings and oil paintings. Through May 15

Onda Gallery
2215 NE Alberta St, 493-1909

Ceramic Focus, a group show illustrating a range in ceramic processes utilized by Gyllian Davies, Jacquline Hurlbert, Washington Ledesma, Cynthia Ramon, Cheryl Tall, and Mariah Ureel. Opens April 25

Oregon College of Art and Craft
8245 SW Barnes Rd, 297-5544

The Hoffman Gallery presents the 2002 Juried Student Show, which features work done in an array of mediums by the best and brightest at OCAC. Through May 2

* Orlo Exhibition Space
2516 NW 29th Bldg 9, 242-1047

Coinciding with the current exhibition YOUgenics (work by 10 artists that addresses issues surrounding the new era of genetics), Orlo presents a panel discussion entitled Art, Science, Politics,. Participants include: artist Damali Ayo, founder Dr. Gregory Fowler, YOUgenics curator Ryan Griffis, and NWRAGE activist Philip Howard. Sat Apr 27, 6:30, FREE.

Our Dream Gallery
2209 NE Alberta, 288-3024

CALL FOR ENTRY: Open to all lesbian, gay, bi, transgender artists residing in the U.S. over the age of 18. Deadline for submissions for the exhibit Codex of Queer Art is May 11. For details visit, call 503-288-3024 or 503-282-7700.

604 NW 12th Ave, 222-0063

Illuminations, a display of embroidered drawings by Elizabeth Knight and Art in "Artifacts," a PDX Window Project by Rose McCormick. Through May 4

* S.K. Josefberg Gallery
403 NW 11th Ave, 241-9112

The Expeditionary Series by photographer Tseng Kwong Chi, is essentially a group of self-portraits which capture the artist dressed in a Mao uniform and posed in front of famous world monuments. Through June 1

1476 NE Alberta, 284-8800

Roger Friedel presents abstract oil paintings that are inspired by forms and processes of nature. Robert Shepard offers canvases layered with oil and wax that illuminate his fascination with natural and man made environments. Opens April 25