BEAVERTON, Ore. (KOIN) — An exhibit at Beaverton’s Patricia Reser Center for the Arts is showcasing artists from the LGBTQ+ community, including paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography and film.

Karen De Benedetti, the curator and gallery programs manager for The Reser, said it’s important to spotlight a variety of artists and art in the “Friends of Dorothy” exhibit.

“I think what’s nice about The Reser is we’re giving different artists a chance to exhibit so we’re giving artists of all abilities and levels within their career,” De Benedetti told KOIN 6 News.

'Friends of Dorothy' is an exhibit at Beaverton's Reser Center through July 22, 2023 (KOIN)
‘Friends of Dorothy’ is an exhibit at Beaverton’s The Reser through July 22, 2023 (KOIN)

“Friends of Dorothy” runs through July 22 and will feature a series of events, including a cabaret show and an afternoon learning about the history of drag with performer Poison Waters.