1988 – 1989
October 6 – October 28
THIRTIES AND FORTIES PRINTS
Outstanding European and American printmakers of the 30’x and 40’s era, including Rockwell Kent, Thomas Hart Benton, George Grosz, and Alexander Archipenko. From the Carolyn Schneider Print Collection of the Tacoma Art Museum.
November 3 – November 29
THE GREAT BRONZ AGE OF CHINA
Twenty-six photographic posters presenting the artistic achievements of the Chinese Bronze Age. This exhibit reconstructs the religious, political, economic, and cultural aspects of the Chinese civilization that developed close to the time of Stonehenge in England. Twenty color and six black and white posters arranged on 14 panels.
January 8 – January 29
COMPANERAS—WOMEN, ART AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN LATIN AMERICA
In Latin America, any artists create work that is a tool for awakening political, social, and individual growth toward freedom and self-determination. The exhibit includes linoleum prints from Cuba, poster-paintings from Mexico, primitive paintings from Nicaragua, birthing dolls, and other “reality dolls” from Peru and embroideries about political repression from Chile. Also included are photographs showing the artists in their working environments. Produced by Betty LaDuke.
February 5 – February 26
33rd ANNUAL CENTRAL WASHINGTON ARTIST’S EXHIBITION
March 4 – March 17
FIBER ARTISTS OF YAKIMA VALLEY BIENNIAL
April 9 – April 30
May 7 – May 28
STUDENTS OF YAKIMA VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE EXHIBIT