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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Blood Diamond Ink recently repainted their walls, and will be hanging up their art work for clients to admire while getting their tattoos done.

Blood Diamond Ink allows a form of unconventional art

SANDI KOBIESA, Editor-in-chief August 24, 2022

Eight years ago, Jeff Drumm started his journey to create art in what some may consider unconventional. But in his eyes, it was the one thing he wanted to do.  Drumm began his tattoo apprenticeship...

Sarah Barnett’s paintings, including “Protection,” featured here, are often close-ups on large canvases. Her appreciation for the details in other’s paintings leads her to painting these close-ups so viewers can enjoy her details without having to search for them.

Lost in Pullman: exhibition invites immersive experience

MINDY MALONE, Evergreen copy chief March 30, 2022

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art will inaugurate its Master’s in Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition with a reception April 1. The reception runs from 4-6 p.m., with artist talks beginning at 3 p.m. The exhibition...

The Atrium Recital Series features several students from the WSU School of Music, in addition to accomplished artists from around the country.

(Not so) Quiet in the library

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor March 2, 2022

The WSU School of Music will be hosting an Atrium Recital Series from noon - 1 p.m. every Friday in the Terrell Library for the rest of the semester. Christiano Rodrigues, School of Music assistant...

Students from Sunnyside Elementary colored their own paper dolls as part of their “Same and Different; We’re all Superstars” unit, ahead of their visit to the Art for Social Change Showcase.

Art meant to make a change

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor February 24, 2022

On Thursday, the WSU Martin Luther King Celebration Committee; the WSU School of Languages, Cultures, and Race and the WSU Fine Arts Department came together to host the fourth annual Art for Social Change...

University of Idaho started the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival back in the 1960s. Hundreds of students and musicians from around the country attend the event each year.

Put your jazz hands together

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor February 17, 2022

University of Idaho will host the nationally-acclaimed 55th annual Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival from Feb. 24-26. Joshua Skinner, Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival manager, said this year will be a unique...

My Letter to the World by Chloe Hall, ninth grade, hangs on display at the Libey Gallery, Feb. 12.

Young Colfax artists take center stage

GABRIELLE FELICIANO, Evergreen reporter February 16, 2022

The Colfax Library will be featuring artwork from local students for the rest of February. The Jennings Elementary Art & STEAM Exhibit is now showing from Feb. 3-25 at the Libey Gallery, which is...

Moscow artist Polly Walker creates Stained Glass on Canvas paintings in her studio that she will display at the artwalk from 4-8 p.m. at Allegra in Downtown Moscow. Walker poses with Window View and Desert Bloom.

Moscow Artwalk returns next Thursday

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor February 10, 2022

As the self-proclaimed “Heart of the Arts” on the Palouse, the Moscow community is devoted to supporting local artists. The City of Moscow and Moscow Arts Commission will host its next artwalk event...

Artwork by Alison Sarr on display at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Tuesday, Feb. 1, in Pullman.

Renowned artist Alison Saar to give distinguished lecture

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor February 3, 2022

On Feb. 10, the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art will host the 2022 Jo Hockenhull Distinguished Lecture in Women’s Studies, given by artist Alison Saar.  Nishant Shahani, Women’s, Gender and...

After a three year hiatus, the Palouse Cult Film Revival is back in Moscow. Organizers say the event is a vital part of the local art scene.

Cold cocktails and cult classics

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor January 27, 2022

Eric Billings’s passion for sharing cult classic films may have started over drinks with friends, but his Palouse Cult Film Revival now aims to serve the community – one “awesomely bad” film at...

The Indie Folk exhibit showcases work in a variety of mediums from local artists, Thursday, Jan. 18, at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

Experience the ‘arts and sounds’ of the Pacific Northwest

ANNA MICHALSON, Evergreen reporter January 20, 2022

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art opened a new exhibit on Tuesday. “Indie Folk: New Art and Sounds from the Pacific Northwest” features various artwork from artists around the region and will be accompanied...

The exhibit will be located on the ground floor of the CUB.

Student plans Indigenous art exhibit

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter October 26, 2021

A WSU student is setting up a Native American art exhibit that will be shown through November on the ground floor of the CUB.  Fabian Mondejar, junior history education major, said the exhibit is scheduled...

Engaging in art can cause the artist to lose touch with their own mental health needs.

An innocent addict

SHEILA JOHNSON September 22, 2021

    "Are you aware that the word ‘passion’ means ‘suffering’?” said Victor Hugo, french novelist and poet. I often ask myself when my art form became a passion. When did the thing...

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