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Through July 1: Museum of Art displays newest works
May 17, 2016

By Debby Stinson, Museum of Art

PULLMAN, Wash. – Andy Warhol and Jim Dine prints, as well as Northwest works from the Seattle Art Museum, will be among the pieces on exhibit through July 1 in “From the Collection: New Acquisitions” at the Washington State University Museum of Art.

Oct. 22: Academy Award-nominated art film, reception
October 16, 2015

PULLMAN, Wash. – Two films about contemporary artist Jim Dine will be shown at 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 22, in the CUB auditorium at Washington State University, followed by a reception 7-8 p.m. in the Museum of Art/WSU gallery. Admission is free to the public.

Through Dec. 12: ‘Jim Dine: A Life in Printmaking’
September 29, 2015

PULLMAN, Wash. – An exhibit of prints by contemporary artist Jim Dine – part of the largest gift of art made to the Washington State University Museum of Art – will run Oct. 2-Dec. 12 at the museum on the Pullman campus. Admission to the show and related events is free.

Acclaimed artist Jim Dine donates collection to Museum of Art/WSU
June 10, 2014

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University’s Museum of Art announced today that it received an unprecedented gift of more than 200 fine art prints from internationally acclaimed artist Jim Dine. The gift—valued at nearly $2 million—creates the largest permanent collection of Dine prints at a university in the world.

Media advisory: Jim Dine gift announcement at Wright
June 5, 2014

Jim-Dine-80 SEATTLE – Internationally acclaimed artist Jim Dine will join Washington State University President Elson S. Floyd at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, June 10, at the Wright Exhibition Space here to announce a multimillion-dollar gift to the WSU Museum of Art.

Art critics display opinion on giant blue heart
April 12, 2005

Early morning art critics displayed their opinion Tuesday by draping a huge tarp with the words “Return to Sender” over the the giant blue heart sculpture located near Grimes and Stadium Way. The painted bronze casting by artist Jim Dine, titled Technicolar Heart, was part of a large fall outdoor art exhibit that included 11 works by Dine, as well as others by eight different artists. At the end of the exhibit, Technicolor Heart and several other works were purchased by the Washington State Arts Commission. WSAC purchases art works through a program that receives 1/2 of 1 percent of all tax dollars used to construct public buildings.Boone … » More …