Opening Reception: Thursday, November 15 from 4:30-5:30pm at WSU Fine Arts Gallery 2
Exhibition opens November 15, 2018 and runs through January 10, 2019
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 the body as a malleable site of meaning and power, not as an archetype but as a performative instrument, a vessel to be filled and surface upon which the artist or viewer may project her own fears, desires and dreams. Featuring … » More …
October 4 – 12, 2018, Fine Arts Gallery 2 Visiting Artist Lecture, October 4, 4:30pm, Fine Arts Auditorium 5062 Opening Reception following lecture, October 4, 5:30pm, Fine Arts Gallery 2
Tariqa Waters manages a multi-faceted practice as a visual artist, alternative gallerist, curator and educator. Waters was born in Richmond, Virginia. She taught herself to be a painter, learning from other artists in her family and a period of time working as a muralist in Sicily. She exhibited her paintings in group exhibitions in the Metro D.C. area and in Atlanta where she lived prior to … » More …
Jiemei Lin August 20 – September 25, 2018, Fine Arts Gallery 2 Opening Reception August 23, 4:30pm Visiting Artist Lecture, September 13, 4:30pm, Fine Arts Auditorium 5062
Jiemei Lin is an artist, designer and curator born in Hangzhou, China, currently living and working in the Inland Northwest, Washington State. Lin works with both digital media and traditional media such as painting, drawing, ceramics and embroidery. Lin’s works frequently take on themes of individual and cultural identity with a keen eye for design and color. She is committed to combating social injustice through exploring themes in her work, and through promoting the fine … » More …
WSU Fine Arts Locker Gallery presents Side Street, a collection of Instagram images exploring everyday observations along urban spaces. The exhibition is curated by recent WSU Master of Fine Arts graduate, Krista Brand, and features fourteen artists across five continents, connected only through social media. Side Street considers the possibility of the extraordinary in the ordinary, the presence/absence of the figure, and social media sharing as community art practice. This exhibition bridges between the 2017-18 Fine Arts programming theme of ‘Shifting Landscapes’ and the 2018-19 theme of ‘The Body: Power, Meaning & Representation in Contemporary Art.’
Side Street is on view from July 20-August 24, … » More …
The 4th Biennial Symposium of the Rocky Mountain Printmaking Alliance will be held at Washington State University in Pullman, WA, and at the University of Idaho in Moscow, ID, just across the state line from each other. This 3 day event will be held April 19-21, 2018, and revolve around the themes of COMMUNITY/CRAFT/CONCEPT. It will include keynote speakers from the region, printmaking demonstrations, panel discussions, portfolio exchanges, exhibitions, and an open portfolio event.
For registration, schedules, and more, please visit:
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art / Collections and Learning Gallery
Friday, April 6 | 6-8pm
Featuring work from second-year MFA graduate students Jared Boorn, Krista Brand, Anna Carpenter, Marguerite Gilbertson, Mana Mehrabian, Morganne Radziewicz, and Amelia Warden. The opening reception is from 6-8pm with a truly stunning exhibition from our current Master of Fine Arts graduate candidates. You’ll get to enjoy a diverse showcasing of a wide variety of subject matter, content, and style resulting from a culmination of two years of work.
We’ll also have special guests Coffee Roboto from Coeur d’Alene, ID, serving up handmade beverages and treats for purchase.