• Dianne Kornberg: Madonna Comix and Other Collaborations

    September 29 - November 22, 2014

    When Kornberg’s retrospective exhibition Field Notes was shown at the Western Gallery in 2008, she took her art one step further by creating a set design for Montréal Danse which was in residence at Western Washington University. Read more...

  • Discovery: Department of Art and Design Biennial Exhibition

    January 12 - March 7, 2015

    Be the first to find out about the new work emanating from the ten art and seven design faculty. New visions in all media – ceramics, drawing, graphic design, fibers, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and video.

  • Crossover/Cruce de Vias

    April 6 - May 16, 2015

    In 2003 Crossover/Cruce de Vias was created by Cara Jaye (Washington) and Miguel Rivera (Mexico), two artists collaborating together while working in different countries. This collaborative mixed media exchange required an unusual letting go the artwork, as paper works were created and then sent to the other artist’s studio to be added onto by the others’ hand. Read more...

  • Art Studio Majors and BFA Graduates

    May 25 - June 15, 2015

    Original pieces from Western Washington University students on the verge of graduating. The Senior Show brings together an exciting variety of work in photography, sculpture, painting, drawing, fibers, and mixed media that reflects the vitality and diversity of the Studio Art program at Western.

  • The Flow Project

    July 2015

    In conjunction with an international summit on the relevance of the Arts in resolving social and cultural challenges, the Western Gallery will present an exhibition of participating artists who explore a threshold concept in their inquiries concerning issues such as leadership, social change, health, the environment, spirituality, science and technology, and civic engagement. The exhibition will continue through the month of July.

  • The Art of Seating

    September 23 - December 11, 2015

    Few objects tell the history of modern design as eloquently as the chair. Aesthetics trends, the emergence of new technologies, ergonomics, social and cultural developments are all reflected in the evolution of chair design.Read more...