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ArtThe Department of Art provides programs leading to the following degrees: Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Arts in Education, major in Art
140 Art Building
Cheney, WA 99004
Gallery Exhibition Schedule
Gallery Exhibition Schedule for the 2014 - 2015 Academic Year
BFA Senior Exhibition - Visual Communication Design
Exhibition open from 6pm May 22 - June 4, 2015 (free to the public)
Reception (free to the public) May 22 from 6pm-8pm in the EWU Gallery of Art.
BFA Senior Exhibition - Studio Art
Exhibition open from 5pm May 1 - May 14, 2015 (free to the public)
Reception (free to the public) May 1 from 5pm-8pm in the EWU Gallery of Art.
Two by Two: small-scale ceramic sculpture biennial
Exhibition open from January 28 - March 13, 2015 (free to the public)
Reception (free to the public) January 28 at noon in the EWU Gallery of Art.
To view images from the exhibition click here: Two by Two 2015
This biennial event features work selected by exhibition juror Timea Tihanyi. The exhibition includes sixteen works by twelve artists from throughout the United States and Canada. The exhibition features a variety of styles from figurative to abstract as well as a variety of processes and materials. The artworks selected for the exhibition reveal the diversity of visions within the ceramic community and offer insight into themes being explored by contemporary ceramic artists today.
Timea Tihanyi is a Hungarian born visual artist living and working in Seattle, Washington. Tihanyi holds a Doctor of Medicine degree from Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary; a BFA in Ceramics from the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston; and a MFA in Ceramics from the University of Washington, where she has been a member of the Interdisciplinary Visual Arts program faculty since 2004. Tihanyi's work has been exhibited in the United States, Australia, Denmark, Spain and the Netherlands, including Shepparton Art Museum, Henry Art Gallery, Bellevue Art Museum, Mint Museum of Art and Design, Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh, Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences, Foundry Art Center, and International Museum of Surgical Science. She has participated in international residencies in ceramics at the Kohler Company, European Ceramic Workcenter, and European Ceramics Context. In Seattle, Tihanyi's work has been part of numerous solo and group exhibitions at Gallery 4Culture, CoCA, Consolidated works, Seattle Art Museum (SAM) Gallery, Davidson Contemporary, SOIL Gallery, and at the Linda Hodges Gallery, which currently represents her work. www.timeatihanyi.com
David Bligh, Newton, Massachusetts
Jean Donegan, Thibodaux, Louisiana
Julia Feld, San Jose, California
Chase Grover, Ellensburg, Washington
Laura Hudspith, Toronto, Canada
Elaine Kinnaird, Birmingham, Alabama
Brian Kooser, Ellensburg, Washington
Sean Larson, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Daisy Quezada, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Lauren Sandler, Rock Hill, New York
Alexandra Stasko, Columbia, South Carolina
Stephen Wolochowicz, Ogden, Utah
Marvin Smith: Untitled
Exhibition open from October 8 - November 25, 2014 (free to the public)
Artist's Gallery Talk (free to the public) October 8 at noon in the EWU Gallery of Art.
Reception to follow (free to the public)
Please check back for additions and updates to the exhibition schedule.
Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm
Closed weekends and holidays
The Eastern Washington University Gallery of Art is located in the Art building, situated in the center of
the fine and performing arts complex on the south end of the EWU campus.
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