Lecture Thursday, February 7, at 4:30pm. Reception to follow.
Gallery 2 Exhibit: February 7 – March 1, 2019
Nanibah “Nani” Chacon is a Dine (Navajo) and Chicana artist who is known for her female figurative works which utilize bold colors and an illustrative format to incorporate contemporary Native, Chicana and American culture. She uses female characters to explore ideas of feminism, sexuality, softness, power, culture, traditionalism and modernism.
Cellist, visual artist, and social justice activist Paul Rucker integrates live performance, sound, and visual art to investigate community impacts, human rights issues, historical research, and human emotions.
Rucker will be working with WSU students on Tuesday, January 15, at 1:00pm to create musical improvisations of social-justice themed works in the Holland/Terrell Library Atrium.
This event is sponsored by Allegro, the WSU School of Music, the WSU Black Student Union, and the WSU Department of Fine Arts.
The Body: Power, Meaning & Representation in Contemporary Art
Nov 15th – Jan 10th
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 15 from 4:30-5:30pm at WSU Fine Arts Gallery 2
Washington State University’s Department of Fine Arts presents a juried exhibition exploring ideas about the body. While authority over the human body has long been determined by gender and class, in today’s highly globalized and pluralistic contemporary art world, artists view … » More …