Art Gallery

About

The Department of Art houses a unique central gallery space. We offer an excellent exhibition program geared towards giving students first-hand knowledge of the work, ideas, and methods of successful visual artists working today.

Exhibitions occur twice quarterly, with an end-of-the-year student symposium and BFA exhibition of student work. Exhibitions are often coupled with artist talks and/or critique sessions with students.


Our exhibitions have moved to a new online gallery space while our physical gallery is temporarily closed. Our first online exhibition, Charlie Schmidt: How Things Work Out, is now open in our new online space and will run through October 30, 2020.


Hours

Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed weekends and holidays

Receptions are held on opening days of exhibitions (Wednesdays at noon) unless otherwise noted. All events are free to the public.


Location

The Eastern Washington University Gallery of Art is located in the Art Building, situated in the center of the arts complex on the south end of the EWU campus.

Questions? Contact nhathaway@ewu.edu.

2019-20 Academic Year Exhibition Schedule


Charlie Schmidt: How Things Work Out

  • Exhibit: Sept. 30 – Oct. 30, 2020
  • Artist’s talk via Zoom: Oct. 29 at noon

Carpeta Gráfica: Cuentos, Mitos y Leyendas de América Latína y el Caribe  (Graphic Portfolio: Tales, Myths and Legends from Latin America and the Caribbean)

  • Exhibit: Nov. 12, 2020 – Jan. 15, 2021

Kate Walker & Caroline Earley

  • Exhibit: Jan. 27 – Mar. 5, 2021

 

Mariah Boyle

  • Exhibit: Mar. 17 – Apr. 23, 2021

Student Research and Creative Works Symposium

  • Exhibit: May 4 – 12, 2021

BFA Student Exhibition

  • Exhibit: May 20 – Jun. 4, 2021
Jenene Nagy: Scabland
Jenene Nagy Jan. 26 - Feb. 23, 2017

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Dan McCann: A Look Back
Dan McCann Mar. 16 - Apr. 27, 2017

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Two by Two: ceramic biennial
Jan. 28 - Mar. 13, 2015

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Archive of Recent Exhibitions

  • Rob McKirdie, Embedded Consciousness
  • Contemporary Drawing in the Pacific Northwest
  • Joshua Hobson, Waveforms: On Rising and Falling
  • Resa Blatman, Slow Burn

  • Katie Creyts, Everland
  • 2018 Faculty Art Exhibition
  • Frontera
  • Roger Ralston, Field Research

  • Garric Simonsen, Cedar Chest
  • J. Casey Doyle, They Play
  • M. Casstevens, J. Gautier-Downes, R. Ralston, L. J. Lopez Schindler, R. Zambrano, Quarterly
  • Nicole Pietrantoni and Devon Wootten, What you saw is not the sea

  • Jeff Huston, Deconstructed Self
  • 2016-2017 Faculty Art Exhibition
  • Jenene Nagy, Scabland
  • Dan McCann, A Look Back

Art Building