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B. Garland-Wood 

Larry Bernstein

Theory and Chalk

Tomoko Ferguson

Future Filmworks



-If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention-

Providing affordable artist spaces for working artists to help promote their value in our community.  

Pulling in what makes our town vibrant instead of pushing artists out.   


Who Are We?

Our Story- Born from the closure of one collective, Outrage Art Collective is the brain child of Derek Stevens, Jasmine and Brent Barnett.  (if you don't know who we are, Google us) Brent needed an office for his business Future Filmworks and artists need workspaces.  

Concerned with the closure of Bright Place Gallery, Outrage serves to fill a short term gap to provide affordable artists/maker workspaces.  Determined to help retain local artists and help foster our artist community. 

Working towards longer term solutions, Outrage will be actively collaborating with artists, other creative co-working spaces, municipalities and local stakeholders.

Who is the manager of this place?

Jasmine Barnett (see contact below) 

Are you a ________?

Gallery- No

Our walls are reserved for our workspace renters.   

Music Venue - No

Occasionally we will have events that will have music.

Co-Op- No

You cannot put your artwork up - unless you rent a space.

Non-Profit- No

That's not our business model. 

Retail Space- No

You can buy works from  the artists/makers websites.  They will be linked above.

Did you really roll walls down ninth street?

Maybe?  There are walls in our artist space.

Can my band practice there?


Can my non profit/artist guild meet there?

Send us an email and let's talk!

I want to rent your space for a work shop can I do that?

Send us an email and let's talk!

Why are you so mad?

We aren't mad we are outraged.  Outraged that artists collectives keep having to shutter their doors and artists are being pushed out of Bend.  

Do you know Leonard?

Yes.  He is our leader.



As a step toward honoring the truth and achieving healing and reconciliation, our organization commits to open all public events and gatherings with a statement acknowledging the traditional Native lands on which we stand including Clackamas, Klamath, Molalla, Northern Paiute, and Warm Springs bands. Such statements become truly meaningful when coupled with authentic relationships and sustained commitment. We therefore commit to move beyond words into programs and actions that fully embody a commitment to Indigenous rights and cultural equity.