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229 S.W. G Street Grants Pass, OR
Phone: 541-479-3290
Hours: Tue - Sat 10:00am to 5:00pm

Free Admission

UPCOMING EVENTS

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2020 Black, White & the Blues

Date: February 22, 2020

Location: Josephine County Fairgrounds Floral Building
Tickets: $75 each or a table for 8 for the price of 7 $525

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229 S.W. G Street Grants Pass, OR
Phone: 541-479-3290
Hours: Tue - Sat 10:00am to 5:00pm

Free Admission

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Dancing with the Grants Pass Stars

Saturday, May 16

Support a variety of local non-profits in this amazing fundraiser. Come see our local celebrities dance. Bid on your favorites - all bids go to each organization.

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229 S.W. G Street Grants Pass, OR
Phone: 541-479-3290
Hours: Tue - Sat 10:00am to 5:00pm

Free Admission

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Art in the Garden

Saturday, June 13 & Sunday, June 14

Self-guided tour of private gardens filled with art. Purchase art, enjoy gardens, and be inspired during this fundraiser for the museum.

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229 S.W. G Street Grants Pass, OR
Phone: 541-479-3290
Hours: Tue - Sat 10:00am to 5:00pm

Free Admission

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Open Studios

Saturday, Sept 26 & Sunday, Sept 27

Visit artists at their private studios for your chance to see how art is made.

CURRENT EXHIBIT
2019 Membership Shows

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Grants Pass Museum of Art
2020 Music Schedule 

Jen Ambrose

February 6th, 7:00pm-9:00pm

A rich bland of Blues, Jazz, Rock, Soul, and Americana music characterize her songwriting diversity. Jen regularly performs as a solo artist, live looping and accompanying herself on a 6 or 12 string acoustic guitar or electric guitar, flute and percussion.

Kray Von Kirk

March 19th, 7:00pm-9:00pm

A fine finger-style guitarist with a precise baritone reminiscent at times of Gordon Lightfoot,

Olivia Millerschin

April TBD, 7:00pm-9:00pm

With a celestial voice and lyrics only an old soul can write, singer/songwriter Olivia Millerschin is racking up the accolades. Most recently, Olivia’s blend of vintage folk and modern pop earned her a second John Lennon Songwriting Award and the opportunity to showcase her music with a mainstage performance at NAMM 2018. Just 22 years old, Olivia played more than 250 shows in 2017 spanning from Los Angeles to London. A talented multi-instrumentalist, she plays the ukulele, piano and guitar in addition to singing and songwriting.

Rough & Tumble

May 12th, 7:00pm-9:00pm

The Rough & Tumble are a new kind of collector: songwriting with illustration, and arranging each song with a menagerie of instruments, ranging from acoustic guitars to mailbox snares to a banjulele. "Their Americana music is restorative, their performance highly entertaining, their orchestra of unusual instruments intriguing, and… jokes and stories are worthy of an HBO special." (Linda Bolton, Cozy Cabin House Concerts).

Danika & Jeb

June 8th, 7:00pm-9:00pm

If when you hear the term ‘acoustic duo’ you imagine two people sitting on stools, lightly strumming guitars, singing about how life has treated them poorly, think again. Danika & the Jeb are dynamic, uplifting, and fun, while their music is a soulful combination of artfully written songs and powerful musical phrasing.

Lipbone Redding

July 21st, 7:00pm-9:00pm

In his early twenties, Lawrence “Lipbone” Redding migrated from North Carolina to New York City with his guitar. After a brief stint as an actor, carpenter, bartender and producer for the Museum of Sound Recording, he promptly became a subway musician.

Lipbone has taken his singular vocal instrumental style to a new level by playing guitar and producing all of the instrument sounds while simultaneously singing and storytelling without the use of electronic effects nor a loop pedal.

Brooks Williams

August 20th, 7:00pm-9:00pm

At the crossroads of blues and American roots music you’ll find Brooks Williams. Just when you think he can’t sing a blues-ier note, he sings it. Just when you think he can’t strum a deeper groove, he strums it.
Brooks Williams was born in Statesboro, Georgia, USA (the town made famous by the classic song Statesboro Blues), and did his apprenticeship in the small bars and coffeehouses of New York and Boston, following in the footsteps of Chris Smither, Rory Block, Shawn Colvin, Maria Muldaur, David Bromberg and Leo Kottke, all whom he gigged with from time-to-time when he was starting out.

McLeod Nine

September 17th, 7:00pm-9:00pm

McLeod Nine have been hailed as one of the most exciting and interesting musical acts in the roots music scene. Their eclectic and energetic sound covers a broad range of intriguing original material, from string jazz with a Gypsy flavor to inspiring original songs with lots of energy and musical spice to Americana and folk to traditional fiddle tunes. McLeod Nine are Gordon and Christy McLeod.

Rupert Wates

October 15th, 7:00pm-9:00pm

Rupert Wates was born in London and studied at Oxford University. He has been a full time songwriter since the late 1990s, when he signed a publishing contract with Eaton Music Limited. In London he worked with some of the best performers in the city. Moving in 2001 to Paris, Wates formed his own quartet and began playing live regularly. In fall 2006 he came to the US. He is now based in New York City and Colorado. Since coming to the US, he has won more than 40 songwriting and performing awards. His music is an eclectic mix of acoustic, melodic art/folk, with flavors of jazz, vaudeville and cabaret.

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