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Bright reflections of light and color through July 25
June 22, 2004

Thirteen pieces of eye-popping art by Richard Elliott currently are on exhibit at the WSU Museum of Art, noon to 4 p.m. Monday-Sunday, through July 25. In a number of these pieces, Elliott employed massive accumulations of multicolored bicycle reflectors. Chris Bruce, director of the Museum of Art, describes these pieces as dazzling environments of light and color. Come see for yourself.

Richard Elliott and recent acquisitions of art on display
May 5, 2004

The WSU Museum of Art will open the 2004 summer exhibit “Richard Elliott and Recent Acquisitions” at noon May 23 and display it through July 25. A strawberry shortcake reception will begin at 2 p.m. opening day.Summer hours at the museum, located on Wilson Road across from Martin Stadium, are noon to 4 p.m. Monday through Sunday.The exhibit will have two focuses. One focus is Elliott’s work “Richard C. Elliott: Reflections and Mediation.” Thirteen pieces of his work will be on display.Chris Bruce, director of the Museum of Art, describes the artist’s work as a series that utilize massive accumulations of multicolored bicycle reflectors to … » More …

Annual Solstice Wind Quintet Concert May 16
April 23, 2004

This year’s annual summer concert by the Solstice Wind Quintet will take place in the WSU Museum of Art on May 16, at 2 p.m. As in previous years, this concert will be designed to please audience members of all ages, and will be presented in a casual atmosphere where patrons also may enjoy the last day of the “Master’s of Fine Art Thesis Exhibition.” Members of the Solstice Quintet are Ann Yasinitsky, flute; Amari Barash, oboe; James Schoepflin, clarinet; Roger Logan, horn; and Ryan Hare, bassoon. They will be joined this year by pianist Gerald Berthiaume in a performance of the Sextet for Piano … » More …

Anonymous grant fuels kid’s bus to art museum
November 15, 2002

The university’s Museum of Art hopes to bring in hundreds of students with a new program that will bus area school children to the museum, allowing them continued exposure to the world of art. With an anonymous donation of $3,500, the museum’s educational outreach has a new lease on life, bringing in students who, in turn, bring in their parents.Rob Snyder, within his first three months as director of development for WSU’s Museum of Art, found an anonymous donor to make a one-time donation to start a busing program for area school children.The program has received additional donations, including one from Lee and Jody Sahlin … » More …