THREE RIVERS ARTIST GUILD
TRAG is a designated 501(c)3 non-profit, managed and run by volunteers. We are a welcoming and inclusive organization providing mutual support, encouragement, services, and education for the enrichment of artists and their communities.
The mission of Three Rivers Artist Guild is to primarily promote an exchange of knowledge and information about all types of art and to provide mutual support, encouragement, and education for all its members.
TRAG’s educational emphasis is to serve as a professional liaison to the public, galleries, businesses, publications, and art agencies. This mission is accomplished by encouraging and facilitating the establishment of training programs, disseminating information about sources of material and equipment, exposing member’s art to the public, publishing a monthly newsletter, and by serving as a center of information about members, galleries, interior designers, other interested groups and the general public.
THREE RIVERS ARTIST GUILD GALLERIES
The Three Rivers Artist Guild currently operates two galleries in Oregon City for public viewing and purchasing of local art.
The Three Rivers Gallery & Gifts is located inside Singer Hill at 623 7th Street, Oregon City. Three Rivers Gallery & Gifts’ artists comprise a diverse variety of art made by local guild members. You can find hand-made cards, jewelry, ceramics, wood craft, wall art, glass, fiber and more.
The Citizens Bank Gallery is located at 19245 Molalla Ave #1, Oregon City, Oregon 97045. The artwork at this location is comprised of 2D hanging wall art.
TRAG rotates each gallery’s artwork every three months. New artists are always given top priority for the opportunity to show their work. Visit each of our Galleries regularly and see new artwork from TRAG’s artists.
THREE RIVERS ARTIST GUILD GENERAL MEETINGS
The Three Rivers Artist Guild meets the second Monday of every month at the Pioneer Community Center, 615 5th Street in Oregon City at 7 PM. We meet in the basement area Wagon Room on the corner of 5th and Washington Streets. The meetings are always open to the general public. Visitors are welcome!
Due to the COVID 19 health precautions, meetings may be held virtually. Please check our website regularly to find the meeting schedule and how to access the meeting.