Art in ascendence

Transformation is a common theme in art work, a little less common in art museums. But it is happening at the Museum of Art/WSU, and the change is remarkable.  “No question, the level of quality has gone up by orders of magnitude,” said Gene Rosa, a Moscow artist and professor of sociology at WSU. Calling […]

Floral photographs on display at WSU Vancouver

A collection of floral photography from artist Trish Reynolds will be on display in the Student Services Building gallery at Washington State University Vancouver from November 1, 2005, through January 9, 2006. The images displayed in the exhibit are inspired by the textures, color combinations, and forms of flowers. Brilliant colors and incredible detail are […]

Oregon artist displays Japanese-style work

A collection of limited-edition screen prints by Oregon artist Sue Allen is on display in the WSU Vancouver Student Services Building gallery through Oct. 31. Allen’s work tends to reflect a Japanese aesthetic and is inspired by tradition, nature and imagination. Exhibit admission is free. Gallery hours are 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m.-5 […]

Exhibit to grace walls of WSU Vancouver galleries

The work of Portland artist Poppy Dully will be on display in Washington State University Vancouver’s Student Services Building gallery from Feb. 4 through March 31.Dully’s exhibition “My Favorite Places” features pastels, oil and acrylic paintings, producing vibrant and colorful work. This exhibit shares with the viewer Dully’s favorite subjects: Sauvie Island, the Columbia River […]

Siler to donate sculpture to WSU

A promised gift from the collection of professor Pat Siler to WSU is on display in the Smith CUE atrium. The large black-and-white glazed geometric sculpture by artist Jun Kaneko will be donated officially to the university sometime next year. Kaneko is among a handful of famous sculpture artists in the U.S. and resides in […]

WSU professor, artist honored, work presented

The Museum of Art/ Washington State University will present the works of nationally renowned artist and WSU Professor Patrick Siler between Oct. 25 and Dec. 19.  The exhibition will begin with an opening reception featuring the WSU Jazz Quartet with a guest performance by musical artist Horace-Alexander Young – also a WSU faculty member – […]

Graphic designer David Carson to visit WSU April 6-9

The Art Student Union at Washington State University will present nationally renowned graphic designer David Carson as he visits the Pullman campus April 6-9. The principal of David Carson Design, Carson has offices in New York and Charleston, S.C. The studios work for the cultural, corporate, music and others has been recognized by the New […]

Mixed media exhibit offered in CUB through Sept. 12

Washington State University’s Compton Union Gallery currently is presenting a mixed media installation of local artist Nickolus “Nik” Meisel, titled “Perspectives.” The exhibit runs hrough Sept. 12. The gallery is open Monday-Friday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. but will close Sept. 1, Labor Day. Admission is free. Meisel describes his work as “a debate with […]

Folk, bluegrass artist Jenn Adams to perform

Singer/songwriter Jenn Adams, accompanied by her acoustic guitar, will perform noon – 1 p.m. Wednesday, July 23, on Glenn Terrell Mall. Adams will present songs from her two CDs “In the Pool” and “Water,” blending folk, blues and jazz into her own arrangements. Adams has toured throughout the West working solo as well as a […]

Country music, comedy coming to Beasley

Country artist Lila McCann and veteran comedian/actor Dana Carvey will be entertaining at Beasley Coliseum this fall. McCann will perform Saturday, Oct. 19 at 8:00 p.m. McCann is a Tacoma native and 2000 graduate of Steilacoom High School. Her debut album, released when she was just 15, featured such hits as “Down Came A Blackbird,” […]