2017/18 Fine Arts Student Exhibition

Brown head sculpture with pipe cleaners as curly hair.
Monica Mendez, Untitled, Mixed Media

In conjunction with the 2018 Research Showcase and showing now in the Dengerink Building Gallery, please come view the 22nd Annual Fine Arts Student Exhibition. The selected artworks originate from a range of Fine Arts classes including drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, and sculpture, representing students from many different majors across campus.

Zoned Out

Intricate pen patterns.Zoned Out features a selection of drawings created over the two and a half years following art school graduation. What began as mindless line doodles on notebook paper during phone calls and class lectures quickly developed into a process that was fueled by a reflective state of mind. Abstract forms grow slowly out of repetitive mark making, and each piece yields a meditative effect on the artist from its creation.

In(tension)

Artist Statement

Jellyfish screenprint.I strive to portray the anxiety caused by life’s pulsing moments. Influenced by Minimalism but driven by obsession, these painted and printed works represent uneasy feelings. Through the accumulation of repetitive lines, dots, and opaque layers, visual tension is portrayed in a contained space. 

CRIME ALERT-Indecent Exposure

WSU Vancouver Public Safety is investigating a report of indecent exposure. The incident was reported to Campus Police at approximately 10:10 AM on Monday APR 9, 2018. The female victim was using campus trails in the area of the ravine bridge and Wailing Bell when she observed a middle aged white male exposing himself and touching himself while watching her. The suspect was wearing a dark baseball hat, dark long sleeved shirt,dark blue pants and light colored tennis shoes with dark laces.

WSU Vancouver is open and classes are on schedule. Please check back for updates.

WSU Vancouver is open and classes are on schedule

Updates will be posted if snow conditions progress.

Students, please check with your instructors. Individual classes may be canceled based on the instructor’s ability to get to campus safely.

WSU Vancouver is open and classes are on schedule. Please check back for updates.

WSU Vancouver is open and classes are on schedule

Updates will be posted if snow conditions progress.

Students, please check with your instructors. Individual classes may be canceled based on the instructor’s ability to get to campus safely.

WSU Vancouver will open at 10:00AM Wednesday 2/21/18

WSU Vancouver will open at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, February 21, 2018. Please use caution driving and walking as intermittent icy areas remain. Some area roadways remain icy. Use your best judgment to decide if you can safely commute to campus. We recommend wearing appropriate footwear for navigating the campus. Please park in open, plowed parking lots—regardless of parking permit type—and use pathways that are plowed and de-iced.

SPECIAL CAUTION NOTE:

Be aware of a significant icy roadway area on 134th Street between 25th Ave and the WSU Campus driveway.

Air Quality Alert WSU Vancouver

Air Quality Alert

Issued: 5:46 PM PDT Sep. 3, 2017 – National Weather Service

The Southwest Clean Air Agency has issued an air quality alert, which remains in effect until 12 PM PDT Friday, Sept. 8.

Wildfires burning in the region combined with forecasted conditions will cause air quality to reach unhealthy levels at times through Friday morning. More information about air quality can be found at: swcleanair.org

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