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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

Then and Now: From Andy, With Love

Nov 11-Dec 13 | Collections Study Center, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU – Fine Arts room 5092

Nov 14 | 4:30pm Presentation and Viewing, Reception 5pm

Then and Now: From Andy, with Love is a collaborative research project by two MFA candidates who, under the direction of Clinical Assistant Professor of Art History Hallie G. Meredith, explore cross-temporal approaches to process. Kelsey Baker and Chadchom Cheskhun use a variety of mediums to revisit, interrogate, and expand upon works by Andy Warhol from the permanent collection of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. This project is both an artistic interpretation of Warhol’s vernacular photography and an … » More …

NEW WORK by Jeffry Mitchell

NEW WORK by Jeffry Mitchell

 

Please join us for an artist talk on Thursday, October 24 at 4:30pm

WSU Fine Arts Auditorium 5062 | Reception to follow with a special performance by Albert Miller

 

We are pleased and excited to welcome Jeffry Mitchell as our first artist-in-residence at the WSU Department of Fine Arts. Please join us on October 24 for an artist talk and reception!

Using a variety of materials and methods, including ceramics, printmaking, and drawing, Mitchell transforms kitsch subject matter into … » More …

Jeffry Mitchell Exhibition Lecture & Reception

Join us in WSU Fine Arts Gallery 2 for an exhibition organized by our 2019 artist-in-residence, Jeffry Mitchell.

Mitchell lives and works in Seattle and has been an Artist in Residence at the Archie Bray Foundation, the Vermont Studio Center, the MacDowell Colony, Zentrum für Keramik, a guest lecturer and critic at Harvard University and a recipient of the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Award, the Neddy Artist Fellowship Award and the Contemporary Northwest Art Award.

Exhibition on view: October 24 – January 17 Fine Arts Gallery 2. Gallery Hours: M-F 8am-5pm.

Artist Lecture October 24, 4:30-5-30pm, Fine Arts Auditorium

Reception October 24, 5:30-6-30pm, … » More …

TRIBUTTE Reception

TRIBUTTE

A pop-up group exhibition of provisional art works created at Kamiak Butte and the Palouse 

 

For this show, MFA graduate students enrolled in FA 555 Critical Practices go to Kamiak Butte with minimal materials. Artists are asked to respond to the environment in an intuitive manner for approximately three hours, working mostly in groups. In the following days, artists edit and organize their ideas for installation. The result is a quirky and quick tribute to the Butte and surrounding landscape. Additionally, for this show artists will be presenting a collaborative zine: Hidden Gems of the Palouse for Contemporary Artists, Volume 1. Taken together, these … » More …

Palouse Performance Showcase

Join us in the Fine Arts building at Washington State University for the second annual Palouse Performance Showcase! Experience the body transformed through selected programming that will encompass video performance, live solo performance, parades, live music and interactive installations. This is a dynamic and participatory event with daily performances. Watch our website and Instagram for daily schedules during the week of October 7-11!

 

Schedule of Events:

 

Monday, October 7

Puppet Parade | 10am

Siri Stensberg | 10am-12pm

Richie Masias | 12-3pm

 

Tuesday, October 8 

Albert Miller | 1pm

 

Wednesday, October 9

Busted Reeds | 12pm

Errant … » More …

Exhibition: Kassie Smith

WSU Fine Arts ceramics technician and instructor Kassie Smith uses ceramic sculpture “as a vehicle for communication, as it fosters an approachable and accessible language…to open a gateway of empathy and desire to understand by those who don’t share the same experience.” Join us for and opening reception on Thursday, August 29, in Fine Arts Gallery 3.

Kassie Smith: Menstrual Soliloquy

Aug 19 – Sept 20 in Fine Arts Gallery 3, Pullman

Aug 29 | Reception 5:30pm

 

Exhibition & Lecture: Joe Hedges

Joe Hedges, painting and intermedia professor, is showing a new body of innovative intermedia art works, sponsored by the WSU New Faculty Seed Grant. These “hyper combines” include oil painting and new media objects such as flat screen televisions and tablets. These works obfuscate the physical and conceptual boundaries between media to make comments on specific challenges of the digital age. Joe Hedges will be giving an artist lecture on August 29 at 4:30pm in the Art Department.

 

Joe Hedges: Hyper Combines

Aug 19 – Sept 20 in Fine Arts Gallery 2, Pullman

Aug 29 | Lecture 4:30pm, Reception 5:30pm in the Fine Arts … » More …