Fine arts faculty exhibit at Museum of Art

PULLMAN, Wash. – Mentors’ skills and theories put to practice will highlight the Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition Aug. 25-Sept. 24 at the Washington State University Museum of Art. A 6 p.m. lecture Tuesday, Aug. 30, in the Fine Arts Auditorium will be followed by a reception in the museum gallery.
The free, public exhibition will include a diverse array of styles and media from the artists who provide daily inspiration to WSU students. 
The biennial exhibition is timed for the beginning of the school year so incoming students are immediately exposed to the manifold talents of the WSU fine arts faculty.
Faculty include:  Ann Christenson, Avantika Bawa, Carol Ivory, Chris Watts, Dennis DeHart, Douglas Gast, Gene Rosa, Harrison Higgs, Io Palmer, Kevin Haas, Maria DePrano, Marianne Kinkel, Michael Holloman, Michelle Forsyth, Nik Meisel, Pamela Lee, Reza Safavi, Tamara Helm and Tim Doebler.
The Museum of Art is located on Wilson Road across from Martin Stadium in the Fine Arts Center on the WSU Pullman campus. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Monday–Saturday, open until 7 p.m. Thursday and closed Sunday. For more information please contact the museum at 509-335-1910 or visit the website at
Debby Stinson, Museum of Art/WSU, 509-335-6282,
Anna-Maria Shannon, Museum of Art/WSU, 509-335-6140,

Media contact:
Cynthia King, WSU News, 509-335-4668,

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