Patricia Reser Center for the Arts
Architectural rendering, on a sunny day with clouds, of proposed Patricia Reser Center for the Arts at The Round.

The Patricia Reser Center for the Arts is currently under construction in downtown Beaverton and is anticipated to open to the public in Spring 2022. The center will be a world–class multidisciplinary arts center to enhance the cultural and economic vitality of Beaverton, Washington County and the greater region by providing more access to arts, entertainment, and educational programming for residents and visitors. It will be an arts and entertainment destination drawing from far and wide; a home for a variety of touring programs, professional performances, and a much–needed rental resource to regional arts groups. The Reser Center will offer educational and family programming in the visual and performing arts, and will host business, civic and social events.

The $48 million dollar project is a public-private partnership. In partnership with the Beaverton Arts Foundation, the capital fundraising campaign has raised 98 percent of the funds required for construction, including $13 million transformative pledge from Pat Reser chair of Reser’s Fine Foods, and many donors contributing at all levels from the region. Another $21 million has been identified from public sources, including a land donation and the City of Beaverton’s Transient Lodging Tax (TLT). The Reser Center project was borne out of the City of Beaverton’s community visioning process dating back to 2009 when residents requested a performing arts facility closer to home on the west side in Beaverton and to create more access to arts and culture. Since then, multiple feasibility and market studies have been conducted prior to ground-breaking in November 2019.

Design Gallery

    • About Patricia Reser Center for the Arts

      Patricia Reser Center for the Arts realizes our community vision for a dedicated home for arts in Beaverton and provides a much–desired community resource to our region.

      Learn more about the center.

    • Be A Volunteer!

      The Patricia Reser Center for the Arts will offer many volunteer opportunities for community members to engage with the center, including as an usher, gallery docent and for special projects. Interested in volunteering? Send us an email at the address below and we will follow up in mid 2021 as we prepare for opening!

      Cleo Knickerbocker, Executive/Administrative Assistant
      Patrica Reser Center for the Arts

  • Beaverton Arts Foundation


    The Patricia Reser Center for the Arts is coming to life through the collaborative efforts and passionate commitment of an already strong community, public, and private partnership. The Beaverton Arts Foundation is serving as the nonprofit partner to raise the remaining capital for the center. Eighty percent of the $46 million needed to build the center has already been identified, including a $13 million transformative gift by Pat Reser, as well as $21.9 million from public sources. The remaining project funds are being secured through private fundraising sources, including individuals, foundations and corporations. Learn more about how the Beaverton Arts Foundation is leading the capital campaign to make this vision come to life.

  • Arts Program Mural

    Art lives here.

    In Beaverton, the arts are essential to our identity and our ability to build community, attract visitors and drive progress. We engage the community through year-round arts experiences and opportunities including signature arts and culture events, public art and placemaking, resources for artists and creatives, grants and scholarships, and much more! Learn more about the Arts Program and get involved.