Mercy Corps Exhibits
Explore our public spaces to make global connections
Free and open to the public, Monday - Friday, 11 am - 5 pm
(Closed on weekends and holidays)
Visit Mercy Corps' Global Headquarters located in the heart of Portland, Oregon. Explore global issues in our two public spaces, our Art Gallery and the Mercy Corps Action Center.
The exhibits change regularly, so there is always something new to learn. We had one new installation open last Fall and our newest gallery exhibit opened this Spring. Don't miss out!
Rising Together: Stories of Resilience in Portland, opened April 8, 2016. Closing July 31, 2016.
From Survive to Thrive: An Exhibit about Feeding a Hungry World, opened November 12, 2015. Closing September 2016.
Stay tuned for ongoing events organized around the exhibit (join our mailing list to get event updates!) announced here and on our events webpage.
Stop by the Action Center during our open hours! There is always someone available to answer questions about our self-guided space. Families, teachers, businesses and other interested groups: Schedule a tour by calling 503-896-5750.
Exhibit Street Art by Displaced Youth from Syria and Gaza on View at Nau
We are pleased to announce that select artwork from our recent exhibit Finding Place: Street Art by Displaced Youth from Syria and Gaza will be on view at Nau in Northwest Portland from July 7 – July 31, with a kickoff First Thursday reception on July 7!July 7th through 31st - First Thursday event July 7th, 5:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Exhibit From Survive to Thrive: An Exhibit about Feeding a Hungry World
795 million people in the world do not have enough food to lead a healthy, active life. Explore with us as we delve into the connection between food, economic development and the environment.November 12th — August 31st, 2016
Exhibit Rising Together: Stories of Resilience in Portland
Visit the Mercy Corps Action Center gallery as we host an exhibit by Mercy Corps Northwest, sharing powerful stories of men and women in Portland who have overcome poverty, incarceration and hardship to build a better world.April 8th - July 31st, 2016