Art on campus

Call for Entries—WSU Vancouver Community Art Show

The WSU Vancouver Community Art Show will showcase the quality and diversity of fine art and craft produced by the students, staff and faculty of WSU Vancouver. The exhibition will be displayed in Dengerink Administration Building from September 1 – October 31. Open to all students, staff and faculty. Entries will be juried by a panel of staff, faculty and students.

Submission guidelines:

  • Electronic submissions ONLY. Submissions deadline August 22
  • Email submissions to Dale Strouse at dstrouse@wsu.edu
  • Limit of four submissions
  • JPEG format ONLY, no smaller than 1920 pixels on longest side, maximum file size of 3MB
  • Include image title(s), medium, size, year created, name and contact information

Painting on woodPainter

Exhibit dates: June 23 – August 29
Location: Dengerink Administration Building Gallery

Painter includes a selection of works from the Intermediate Painting class (FA 321), offered for the first time at WSUV in the Spring of 2014. These pieces challenge the history and the tactile quality of painting by exploring form and content, surface and material, the traditional and the experimental. The show also serves as a follow-up to the 18th Annual Fine Arts Student Exhibition, giving advanced students a chance to develop further their ideas in visual form. This year's Student Spotlight is on Alisa Greenwood, Autumn Sailer, and Janelle Williams.

Giraffe face painted on stumpEndangered Species

Exhibit dates: June 23 – August 29
Location: Science and Engineering Building Gallery

Endangered Species showcases the work of Dana Nguyen and Kelsea Rothaus. They are among five students being featured as graduates of 2014. Dana's project, a series of painted portraits of obscured figures, shows "scientists who faced discrimination due to their race or gender, and who had their contributions to science downplayed." Kelsea's series, Vanish, "is a response to the symbolism and structure of the wooden burls that sits behind the acrylic paint. Each burl has painted on it an animal from the U.S. that is considered endangered or has been critically endangered in the past."


Entry to campus exhibits is free. WSU Vancouver galleries are open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday. WSU Vancouver is located at 14204 N.E. Salmon Creek Ave., east of the 134th Street exit from either I-5 or I-205. Parking is available at parking meters or in the blue lot for $3.00.