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Yoonhee Choi Artist Talk

April 21: Virtual Artist Talk with Yoonhee Choi




Save the date! The WSU Fine Arts Department presents an artist lecture on April 21 by Yoonhee Choi, supported by the Forst Endowed Visiting Artist Program.

Yoonhee Choi’s recent exhibition in Fine Arts Gallery 2, “Pique,” explored the potentials of unexpected materials to express both multiple scales of spatial experience and intimate, personal associations.

Choi will be joining us virtually on April 21 at … » More …

MFA 2022 Thesis Exhibitions

April 1: MFA Thesis Exhibition Artist Talks & Reception


Sarah Barnett, Jaime Durham, Autumn Hunnicutt, Seo Ryung Park, Meagan Marsh Pine, and Siri Stensberg

EXHIBITION | March 29, 2022 – May 7, 2022
Master of Fine Arts Thesis Artist Talks
Friday, April 1, 2022, 3:00-4:00 p.m., Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition Reception
Friday, April 1, 2022, 4:00-6:00 p.m., Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

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Alison Saar Virtual Artist Talk

Feb 10: Alison Saar, Hockenhull Distinguished Lecture












Click here to register in advance: Alison Saar Webinar Registration


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Join artist Alison Saar on Thursday, February 10 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. online for a virtual lecture. The Jo Hockenhull Lecture series, organized by the Program in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS), the Fine Arts Department, and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum … » More …

Donté K. Hayes Virtual Artist Talk

On View: Donté K. Hayes, Cosmic Ritual












Donté K. Hayes: Cosmic Ritual


The Fine Arts Department presents an artist lecture and exhibition of work by Donté K. Hayes, supported by the Forst Endowed Visiting Artist Program.

Donté K. Hayes’s research has been focused on the tradition of the pineapple as a symbol for hospitality, rooted in slavery and agricultural colonization of South America, the Caribbean, and the Southern United States. Hayes’s art practice … » More …

Robyn O’Neil Virtual Artist Talk

Nov 4: 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 … » More …

Welcome Back 2021

Welcome Back! + Upcoming Events!



After more than a year online, we are back in person for classes, gallery exhibitions, and more! We’ve learned a lot about connecting in new ways and we’re happy that we can take some of those lessons into a new school year. Expect to see a combination of both in-person and virtual experiences for our Pullman campus and beyond.

Check out our upcoming events here and see below for … » More …

January Events

January Events

Call To Artists: Online Exhibition
Sweet Nothings: Postcards from Art Students, Juried by Sean Sullivan and Sarah Barnett

Washington State University’s Department of Fine Arts invites art students to submit small 2D artworks for consideration for an online group exhibition centering on mail art, postcards and letters of affection. These artworks need to fit on a standard 4 ¼ x 6 inch postcard and need to be addressed to the WSU Fine Arts Department. This … » More …

2020 MFA & BFA Exhibitions

2020 MFA & BFA Exhibitions Now Online

WSU Fine Arts Presents: 2020 MFA & BFA Thesis Exhibitions

As we continue to practice social distancing, we wanted to make sure our graduating students were able to let their thesis work be seen. These links to virtual galleries were an impressive effort by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU and Fine Arts staff and students. We are so excited to share … » More …

2020 Hockenhull Artist Arshia Fatima Haq

2020 Jo Hockenhull Distinguished Visiting Artist: Arshia Fatima Haq


Through social practice, video, sound, and performance, Arshia Fatima Haq (born in Hyderabad, India, based in Los Angeles, CA) works with archives and aesthetic production rooted in the Muslim world that have been marginalized both within conservative Islam and in the Western imagination. Through conceptualized feminist modes that stem from the complexities of inhabiting multiple personas – woman, Muslim, immigrant, citizen – Haq weaves together layers of personal narrative, myth, and shared historical memory to evoke an alternative devotional space of catharsis, celebration and … » More …