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Sept. 30, Oct. 1: Latina author, filmmaker present works
September 17, 2015

hildago-with-cameraPULLMAN, Wash. – “Immigrants Transforming American Identities” is the theme of free, public presentations by two Latina artists Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, at Washington State University, timed to coincide with National Hispanic Heritage Month.

March 9: Seattle artist talks about analytical expressionism
February 23, 2015

By Beverly Makhani, Office of Undergraduate Education

Schultheis-80PULLMAN, Wash. – Seattle artist and Colton, Wash., native Michael J. Schultheis returns to his alma mater, Washington State University, to deliver the 12th V.N. Bhatia Lecture at 7 p.m. Monday, March 9, in the CUB auditorium.

Photos: Sketch Wednesday highlights works and process
February 4, 2015

PULLMAN, Wash. – Student and other local artists set up to work in the CUB Gallery today (Wednesday, Feb. 4) during the monthly Sketch Wednesday hosted by the Student Entertainment Board at Washington State University.

Feb. 25: Visiting artist talks about work
February 10, 2014

Katchadorian-80PULLMAN, Wash. – American artist Nina Katchadourian will talk about her work in a free, public lecture, “All Forms of Attraction,” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25, in the CUB auditorium at Washington State University.

Artist, WSU professor honored with top Oregon fellowship
December 17, 2013

Bawa-A-2013-80VANCOUVER, Wash. – Avantika Bawa, assistant professor of fine art at Washington State University Vancouver, is the 2014 recipient of the Oregon Arts Commission’s Joan Shipley Award. Bawa was selected for outstanding talent, demonstrated ability and commitment to the creation of new work.

Digital artists-in-residence perform live installation display
November 17, 2008

VANCOUVER – The Digital Technology and Culture Program at WSU Vancouver presents multimedia artists Julie Andreyev and Simon Lysander Overstall, talking about VJ Fleet, an interactive sound and video installation involving a fleet of customized cars. Their performance will be at 5 p.m. Nov. 22 in front of the WSU Vancouver Administration Building. This event is free and open to the public.

VJ Fleet is acollaboration between the two artists in residence and students in the D TC program at WSU Vancouver. Video and audio representation of site, space and location in the city are interwoven with aspects of … » More …

Latino artist visits WSU Tri-Cities
April 28, 2008

RICHLAND – A Latino artist known for portraits of farm workers will speak to Mid-Columbia educators and students April 29, as part of WSU Tri-Cities early outreach programs.

Simón Silva has appeared before thousands of students nationwide, discussing the importance of self-expression and development of personal creativity. His speeches include anecdotes from his own childhood and journey toward becoming an artist.

Silva will speak at 9:30 a.m. in the Consolidated Information Center, Room 120 at 2770 University Drive. The event is free and open to the public. His presentation is a part of the GEAR Up and Latina/Latino Early Outreach programs.

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Faculty Artist Series recital funds scholarships
February 25, 2008

PULLMAN – Flute, oboe, viola, cello and piano faculty from the WSU School of Music will perform a concert featuring solo flute and oboe chamber music repertoire at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 29 in Bryan Hall. The concert is part of the school’s Faculty Artist Series.

Performing faculty include Ann Yasinitsky, flute; Keri E. McCarthy, oboe; Meredith Arksey, viola; Ruth Boden, cello; Gerald Berthiaume and Jeffrey Savage, piano.

The concert will open with the romantically-inspired Two Rhapsodies by Charles M. Loeffler for oboe, viola and piano. Yasinitsky is featured on two virtuosic works for flute, the Gieseking Sonatine, and the Sonatina by Henri Dutilleux. The concert … » More …

WSU Vancouver Diversity Council seeks art work
February 7, 2007

VANCOUVER– Washington State University Vancouver seeks proposals for individual or group art shows to be displayed in nine Diversity Council display cases in the campus library. Artists should submit an artist statement, exhibition resume, proposal including how the exhibition supports the diversity council mission and no more than three digital jpeg images of the work. Contact Erin Madarang for specific dimensions. The deadline for the next group of exhibitions is March 15, although the search is ongoing throughout the year for future showings. Exhibitions will last two to three months. The council will consider any artwork with themes illustrating issues of identity, heritage or cultural … » More …

WSU class teaches survival skills for artists
December 4, 2006

Photo: WSU fine arts major Nick Inman measures as fellow students to Matt Hamlin (left) and Rina Gang (right) look on. PULLMAN, Wash. – Students in Stephen Chalmers’ upper-level fine arts seminar at Washington State University are getting a lesson in survival. To teach his students survival skills to employ once they are professional artists, Chalmers asked the class to plan and execute an exhibition of their artworks as a final project. In doing so, the 12 young artists created an exhibit they call Border Crossings. Students were asked to check out available businesses in the region and find a suitable alternative gallery space. After an … » More …