RICHLAND — The Art Center at Washington State University Tri-Cities is soliciting proposals for solo and group exhibitions.
Building drawings and models by 34 School of Architecture and Construction Management students are on display through Oct. 21 in the Main Gallery on the first floor of Carpenter Hall. Building hours are 7:30 a.m.-11 p.m. daily.The students are competing in a regional contest to build a hypothetical library across the street from Reaney Park near downtown Pullman. The Northwest Concrete Masonry Association (Seattle) and Masonry Institute Promotional Group (Spokane) are sponsoring the competition. An awards luncheon is planned Oct. 18 at the Fireside Inn in Pullman.
“The Brilliant Body: Jewelry as Adornment” will be on display at the WSU’s Compton Union Gallery Oct. 3-23, 2005. This exhibition of jewelry was created by Pullman artists Prisha Brown, Jan Dobrowolski, Theresa Harkins, Anna-Maria Shannon, and Ingrid Weber.The Compton Union Gallery features work by local and visiting artists, special traveling exhibits, and displays of an educational and informative nature. Located at the east end of the Compton Union Building on the first floor, the gallery provides an informal and easily accessible art experience. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., and admission is free.
Two new exhibits at WSU Vancouver feature photos and oil pastels by area artists. Molly Cliff Hilts says she seeks beauty in the often overlooked or commonplace. She builds her oil pastels with layers of bright pigment before scratching through the top layers to reveal colors below. Her work is on display at the Student Services building through Sept. 10; see also http://www.mollycliffhilts.com. WSU Vancouver student and employee Kris Engel also centers her work on things seen everyday but not often noticed. Many pieces in her show were photographed on campus. Some are digitally enhanced. Her art will be shown in the Engineering Life Sciences … » More …