The Antique Cupboard and Art Gallery (ACA) is an art museum in Portland, Oregon, and it has been an art community hotspot since the 1970s.
It is one of the few remaining remaining Victorian and Edwardian art galleries in the Portland metro area.
ACA’s collection of over 300 artworks is in its 60s and 70s, dating back to the 1860s.
ACA has been a part of Portland art history since the late 1800s.
Since its founding, ACA has held an annual art show that attracts more than 1,000 art enthusiasts from all over the world.
ACA is located in downtown Portland at 6th and E. Broadway.
The ACA art show is held on the last Saturday in October each year.
ACA displays the work of over 1,500 artists and has one of America’s largest collections of vintage furniture.
ACA also hosts a monthly show called The Art of the Weekend featuring a wide range of artists.
ACA, which is now closed, is home to the Oregon Art Museum and a gallery dedicated to the arts and history of Portland, and also hosts the Museum of Modern Art Portland.
ACA opened in 1973 and opened to the public in 1980.
ACA hosted its first annual art showcase in 1977.
ACA was one of two gallery exhibitions held in Portland in 1979 and 1979, when it opened as the Oregon Museum of Contemporary Art.
ACA continued to host its annual art and design shows in Portland until the late 1980s.
In 2008, ACA reopened as the Antique Art Gallery of America, a partnership with the Portland Art Museum, as part of the Art of Portland revitalization initiative.
ACA continues to hold its annual Art Show and Museum of the Week exhibitions.
ACA recently announced it would be opening a permanent exhibit in the historic Antique Shop on West Portland’s North Side, featuring art by some of Portland’s most famous artists.