Past Art Exhibits at Western Libraries


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Western Washington University Library Presents:  AN EMOTIONAL YOUNG PERSON JUST LIKE YOURSELF An Exhibition by Weston Horner I have many questions and insecurities I struggle with in my work. My questions revolve around how art and society interact, and examining "common sense" especially in... more
Display by: Weston Horner
Display Date: 4/01/2015
The class will collaborate on an exhibit of works from the Western Collection and other collections held at WWU.
Display by: Julia Sapin's Art 490 Class
Display Date: 5/30/2014
The class will collaborate on an exhibit of works from the Western Collection and other collections held at WWU.
Display by: Julia Sapin's Art 490 Class
Display Date: 5/30/2014
The class will collaborate on an exhibit of works from the Western Collection and other collections held at WWU.
Display by: Julia Sapin's Art 490 Class
Display Date: 5/30/2014
Conceptually the idea for this work came to me in the form of a question. Is this art or fashion? I thought to myself, does it have to fit squarely into one or the other? Over the past few months my goal was to explore the relationship between art and fashion. To define and divide or unite and... more
Display by: Bailey Carrel
Display Date: 3/14/2014
Becoming an Artist May is my birthday month.  I will be 62 years old.  Until about a year ago, I believed that I had no artistic abilities at all.  I couldn’t draw, and I certainly couldn’t paint. This was reinforced by a so-called beginning watercolor class that I took.  It wasn’t a beginning... more
Display by: Patty Bover
Display Date: 5/05/2014
Becoming an Artist May is my birthday month.  I will be 62 years old.  Until about a year ago, I believed that I had no artistic abilities at all.  I couldn’t draw, and I certainly couldn’t paint. This was reinforced by a so-called beginning watercolor class that I took.  It wasn’t a beginning... more
Display by: Patty Bover
Display Date: 5/05/2014
Bloodroot: Transcending Paradigms of Domination and Greed is a collaborative work of sculpture and poetry by English Department students, Justin Alexander and George Daneri on display in Western Libraries through April.
Display by: Justin Alexander and George Daneri
Display Date: 4/20/2011
This month is National Autism Awareness Month and the AS Disability Outreach Center is displaying art from the HeART of the Spectrum's artists on the autistic spectrum, based in Seattle. The exhibit is located in Wilson Library’s Gallery 1, just off the Skybridge, and will run through the end of... more
Display by: Brandy Ball
Display Date: 4/05/2012
The A.S. Child Development Center supports the campus community by providing care and education for its children. We hold the image if each child as capable, unique, and full of potential. We introduce a wide array of creative media and activities through which children represent their ideas and... more
Display Date: 4/16/2012

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