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The Gallery is only available for educational purposes to WWU faculty, staff, and students by appointment.
No outside visitors are permitted on campus during the Fall quarter.
Appointment hours are available from September 23 through November 20, 2020 during the following days/hours:

Mondays: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Tuesdays & Wednesdays: 1 - 5 p.m.
Thursdays: 12-4

If you are a faculty, staff, or student interested in setting up an appointment to visit the Gallery, please email Tami Landis.

Sculpture

Tour WWU's contemporary sculptures

Dale James' sculpture Thunderbird and Bear and Steelhead Totem Pole. Full description in body text.
Robert Maki's sculpture Curve/Diagonal. Full description in body text.
Sarah Sze's sculpture Split Stone. Full description in body text.
Mark di Suvero's sculpture For Handel. Full description in body text.
George Trakas' sculpture Bayview Station. Full description in body text.
Anthony Caro's sculpture India. Full description in body text.
Donald Judd, Untitled 1982
Isamu Noguchi's Skyviewing Sculpture. Full description in body text.
Richard Serra's sculpture Wright's Triangle. Full description in body text.
Alice Aycock's sculpture The Islands of the Rose Apple Tree Surrounded by the Oceans of the World for You, Oh My Darling. Full description in body text.
Meg Webster's sculpture Lifted Conical Depression. Full description in body text.
Joel Shapiro's sculpture Untitled 1980-981. Full description in body text.
Luis Camnitzer, The Museum is a School
Gary Hill's video sculpture Clover. Full description in body text.
Llyod Hamrol's sculpture Log Ramps. Full description in body text.
Tom Otterness sculpture Feats of Strength. Full description in body text.
Beverly Pepper, Normanno Wedge and Column
Scott Burton's sculpture Two-Part Chairs, Right Angle Version (a Pair). Full description in body text.
Ulrich Rückriem's untitled sculpture. Full description in body text.
Mia Westerlund Roosen's sculpture Flank II (read:"2"). Full description in body text.
Bruce Nauman's sculpture Stadium Piece. Full description in body text.
Do Ho Suh sculpture Cause and Effect. Full description in body text.
James FitzGerald's sculpture Rain Forest. Full description in body text.
Nancy Holt's sculpture Stone Enclosure: Rock Rings. Full description in body text.
Robert Morris's sculpture Untitled (Steam Work for Bellingham). Full description in body text.
Magdalena Abakanowicz's sculpture Manus. Full description in body text.
David Ireland's sculpture Bigger Big Chair. Full description in body text.
John Keppelman's sculpture Garapata. Full description in body text.
Rebecca Cummins and Paul DeMarinis, Lunar Drift, 2014

Students' research and re-interpretations cast the sculptures in a new light

​Students in the Visual Dialog Course (ART 109) create a multimedia tour of the sculpture collection based on their own research.
Multimedia Tour

Students in Time-Based Art (ART 385) create original works of sound art that provide aural portraits of the sculptures. The best way to enjoy the portraits is to put the application Soundcloud on your phone and listen to the tracks in proximity to the sculptures themselves.
Aural Portraits

Students in Creative Writing by Design (English 195) tour the collection and respond to the sculptures in poems and graphic presentations.
Sculpture Poems

Students in Newswriting (Journalism 207) tour the collection and write articles on the sculptures.
Articles by student Journalists

 

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Guided tours to the exhibitions and the outdoor sculpture collection are offered to schools and organized groups. Please call (360) 650-3939 to make appointment.