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CALE 2019 Awards Ceremony

Frances B. Huston Award Winners [caption id="attachment_3192" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Francis B. Huston Medallion for Education. Starting from the left, Pete Porter, Nicole Rigsby, President Mary Cullinan, Brian Donahue, and Faculty Escort Shelly Shaffer[/caption] Every year, each of CALE’s seven departments chooses a student to… [Read more]

CALE Highlights

Summer 2019 The College of Arts, Letters and Education is always excited to share some of the successes of those affiliated with the college, including students, faculty, staff and alumni. Below are just some of those amazing accomplishments. Art Student: Destiny Vaught will be… [Read more]

Visiting Artist Matt Lipps comes to EWU

April 8, 2019

Los Angeles artist Matt Lipps will be on campus at noon on Thursday, Apr. 18, in the Art Building Auditorium (room 116) to talk about his work. Matt Lipps has collected photographs from both high and low sources like Time and Life magazines, and art history… [Read more]
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EWU Gallery of Art Presents: Field Research

March 7, 2019

The Eastern Washington University Gallery of Art proudly presents Field Research, an exhibition of work designed to investigate the physical world by local artist Roger Ralston. Beginning with an opening ceremony at noon, Wednesday, Mar. 13, in the EWU Gallery of Art, the exhibition will be… [Read more]
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EWU Gallery of Art Presents: Frontera

January 22, 2019

The Eastern Washington University Gallery of Art proudly presents Frontera, an exhibition of prints designed by 27 artists, all with different perspectives on the topic ‘Frontier.’ Beginning with an opening reception at noon, Wednesday, Jan. 23, in the EWU Gallery of Art, the exhibition will be… [Read more]
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CALE 2018 Awards Ceremony

Frances B. Huston Award Winners [caption id="attachment_3224" align="aligncenter" width="400"] 2018 Huston Award Winners: Starting from the left: Mica Pointer, Wyatt Wireman, Joel Gaytan, Tania Nunez-Guzman, Jeremiah Serrell , Kelsey McCune, and Erin Locke[/caption] Every year seven students are chosen by each of CALE’s seven… [Read more]

Cross-Collaboration at Its Best

A faculty-led student project was presented this past April at the 2018 Rocky Mountain Printmaking Conference in Pullman, Washington and Moscow, Idaho—hosted by University of Idaho (U of I) and Washington State University (WSU). The project entailed the showcasing of EWU student artwork from… [Read more]
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