The Washington State University Vancouver galleries host rotating exhibits that feature the work of regional artists, student artwork and cultural exhibits. The exhibits are facilitated by the Diversity Art Council and the campus gallery director. The council supports the campus diversity mission to enhance learning about respect for diversity and quality.
Art is an integral part of lifelong learning, specifically art that provokes interest in diverse cultures and artistic forms. The council’s aim is to make art accessible to the public in a way that creates connections and collaborations to advance cultural learning. The exhibits are chosen to create supportive interaction among diverse populations and foster respect among viewers with varying personal values and ideas.
18th Annual Fine Arts Student Exhibition
Exhibit dates: through June 30
Location: Dengerink Administration Building Gallery
The 18th Annual Fine Arts Student Exhibition is on display in the Dengerink Administration Building Gallery through June 30. The artworks originate from six fine arts classes including visual concepts, printmaking, photography, painting and drawing.
Additional work from these classes and the fine arts program can be seen in the first floor hallway of the Multimedia Classroom Building.
The exhibition was curated and organized by Avantika Bawa assistant professor of fine arts; Harrison Higgs, associate professor of fine arts; and Dale Strouse, fine arts tech II.
Ink on Paper
Exhibit dates: through March
With a centuries-long history of development, the practice of transferring ink to paper has served as a crucial link in creating an informed, literate and reflective society. The cultural shift to networked communication, with all its advantages, has not altered the original appeal of works on paper. “Ink on Paper” is a print-based display that includes undergraduate student work and provides a wide range of examples of the beauty that is, ink on paper.
- Relatively Flat by WSU and PSU master of fine arts students
- Ink on Paper by WSU Vancouver undergraduate students
- Light and Pigment by Tom Relth
- Parts Unknown by Judith Baumann