NEW DIRECTIONS NORTHWEST
An exhibit of works in various media by 14 contemporary Native American artists living in the Pacific Northwest. Curated by Mary Priester of the Oregon Art Institute.
DISCOVERING THE LIFE IN THE STONE
For a number of years Tom Stoll of Selah, Washington, has been carving away excess soapstone to free the bird essence within. You may have seen one or a few of Stoll’s creations; this exhibit will feature his complete production.
WORKS ON PAPER
An exhibit of works by Washington State Community College art teachers, featuring works selected from a larger exhibition organized by James Sahlstrand, Director of the Sarah Spurgeon Gallery at Central Washington University. WORKS ON PAPER includes photographs, prints, drawings, paintings, and cast paper.
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
This freestanding 10-panel exhibit surveys the civil rights movement from the emergence of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in 1955 to his death in 1968. It features 65 black and white action photographs, facsimiles of landmark documents, and quotations by Dr. King. All panels measure 20” x 40”.
AREA SCHOOLS STUDENT ART
A cooperative effort between Yakima Valley Community College, Larson Gallery Guild, and public schools to exhibit art projects of area students, grades K-12.
February 7-March 6
32ND CENTRAL WASHINGTON ARTISTS’ EXHIBITION
The Larson Gallery Guild and individual members provide $2,000 in awards for this major Washington State juried exhibition. Artists of this region have an opportunity to submit artistic works to jurors of professional artists and teachers.
March 25-April 3
MARGARET THAYER’S IMAGES FOR PHILOSOPHERS ???
16TH ANNUAL PHOTO SHOW
The annual Photo Show is comprised of photographers selected by a professional juror for this exhibition. Photographers may mail or bring their work to Yakima Valley Community College for the competition.
ANNUAL YVCC STUDENT ART EXHIBITION
This exhibit, an overview of students’ work, will include drawings, designs, watercolors, oil/acrylic paintings, pottery, and photography.
PROFESSOR BUD’S CHILDREN’S MINI-CIRCUS