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Cannupa Hanska Luger Virtual Artist Talk

Cannupa Hanska Luger is a New Mexico based multidisciplinary artist who uses social collaboration in response to timely and site-specific issues. Raised on the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota, he is an enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes of Fort Berthold and is of Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara, Lakota and European descent.

Luger produces multi-pronged projects that take many forms—through monumental installations that incorporate ceramics, video, sound, fiber, steel, new media, technology and repurposed materials, Luger interweaves performance and political action to communicate stories about 21st Century Indigeneity. This work provokes diverse audiences to engage with Indigenous peoples and values apart from the lens … » More …

Robyn O’Neil Virtual Artist Talk

 

The Fine Arts Department presents an artist lecture with Robyn O’Neil, supported by the Forst Endowed Visiting Artist Program. O’Neil is known for her large-scale graphite on paper drawings. She also hosts the weekly podcast “ME READING STUFF.” Originally from Omaha, NE, O’Neil currently lives in Washington State.

Robyn O’Neil’s work was included in the 2004 Whitney Biennial. She is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, including a Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, an Artadia grant, and the Hunting Prize. O’Neil has had several traveling solo museum exhibitions in the United States, and  her work is included in over fifty noted museums throughout the world. 

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Jacob Riddle Artist Talk & Reception

The Fine Arts Department presents an exhibition of work by Jacob Riddle, Assistant Professor, Career Track, in Digital Technology and Culture.

Jacob Riddle is an interdisciplinary artist, educator, and curator. Jacob’s work deals with ideas surrounding labor, class, automation, value, capital, physicality, virtuality, and the natural world. Jacob has exhibited his work and been Artist in Residence nationally and internationally including Flaggfabrikken, Bergen, Norway; Arteles, Haukijärvi, Finland; Rodbianco, Oslo, Norway; École Supérieure d’Art d’Avignon, Avignon, France; Tele Vision, Sydney Australia; Dom Funkcjonalny, Warsaw, Poland; Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, Babylon Contemporary, Kansas City, Missouri.. Jacob’s work is held in the collections of the … » More …

‘Body of Water’ Opening Reception

Exhibition: Body of Water – Dennis DeHart & Sarah Schorr
In this cross-sea collaboration, two artists visually explore their own physicality in water. Through individual approaches that run in dialogue between the united states and Denmark, this exhibition follows the body in water. Through installing work to emphasize the conversation between the two installation spaces, Sarah Schorr and Dennis DeHart chart their experience with the confines and expanses of the body above and underwater.

Opening Reception August 26 at 4:30pm

Fine Arts Gallery 2, Pullman Campus

Alonsa Guevara Virtual Artist Talk

Alonsa Guevara is a New York-based artist born in Rancagua, Chile. Her paintings blur the lines between fantasy and reality while celebrating the connection between humankind and nature. A big part of her inspiration derives from her childhood spent living in the Ecuadorian rainforest with her family, growing up surrounded by tropical landscapes and a diverse wildlife. Alonsa’s work has been published in Forbes Magazine, Time Out NYC Magazine, VICE and more.

Virtual Artist Talk on September 16th at 4:30pm Pacific

Registration is required for this livestream webinar.

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Edie Overturf Artist Talk

Edie Overturf lives in Portland, Oregon, and teaches printmaking and drawing at Mount Hood Community College. Edie has a home studio and prints letterpress at Independent Publisher’s Resource Center.  She is a member of Blackfish Gallery in the Pearl District of Portland, and her book work is represented by Passages Bookshop in Portland. Edie is a recipient of numerous awards and grants, including a Jerome Emerging Artist Fellowship, and two Minnesota State Arts Board grants. She has attended several residencies, including those at Kala Art Institute, InCahoots, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, and an upcoming Professional Development residency at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking.

 

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Victoria Fu Artist Talk

Victoria Fu is a visual artist who received her MFA from CalArts, MA in Art History/Museum Studies from University of Southern California, and BA from Stanford University. Her art installations, both individual and collaborative with artist Matt Rich, have been exhibited in solo shows at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson, AZ; California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, CA; DeutscheBank Commission at Frieze Los Angeles; The Contemporary, Baltimore, MD; University Art Gallery at UC Irvine, CA; Orange County Museum of Art, Costa Mesa, CA. Fu has received grants from Art Matters and the Harpo Foundation, and is a 2015 Guggenheim Fellow. She lives and … » More …

Kori Newkirk Artist Talk

Kori Newkirk creates mixed media artworks often inspired from cast-off objects found in his local environs of downtown Los Angeles. By using unpredictable materials such as pony beads, pomade and hair extensions, Newkirk astounds us by articulating complex ideas about our cultural memory. Newkirk’s provocative works, inflected and informed by his African-American heritage, poignantly remind us of our racist inhumanity. Newkirk continually reinvents his practice, rethinking cultural notions of beauty, exploring issues of narcissism, celebrity and spectacle in the political arena, and taking his practice into new unexpected directions.

Kori Newkirk received his MFA from the University of California, Irvine and his BFA from The … » More …

Short Film Screening – My Neighbor, Miguel

WSU alum Danny Navarro directed a short documentary about an exuberant 72 year-old Columbian artist named Miguel. Miguel recalls his time in San Francisco during the AIDS epidemic and reflects on art, community, and life after such an isolating, traumatic time that affected the entire world. Danny will give a Q & A following the screening.

February 24th via Zoom, 4:30-5:30 pm Pacific

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Los Disparates and Goya’s Late Works: Triumphs of Caprice

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU Presents:

Los Disparates and Goya’s Late Works: Triumphs of Caprice

Livestreamed Lecture by Janis A. Tomlinson

Wed, April 21, 2021 4:00-5:00pm

At some point between his 70th and 75th year, the Spanish artist Francisco Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828) etched images published thirty-six years after his death as Los Proverbios.  Following that 1864 publication, impressions of the plates with titles in Goya’s hand that described the scenes as disparates, perhaps best translated as “irrationalities” came to light, justifying the title by which we today know these etchings. In this lecture, Janis Tomlinson will discuss how the intriguing imagery of … » More …