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Museum visitors viewing exhibits from Here in a Homemade Forest: Common Reading Connections.

Here in a Homemade Forest: WSU museum exhibits Indigenous life and heritage collection

KYLER BEANDER, Evergreen reporter September 14, 2023

Paintings and sculptures from local and out-of-state Indigenous communities, bones and other materials from the WSU Museum of Anthropology and woven materials from Indigenous reservations have come together...

To Name An Other by Jeffrey Gibson.

They Teach Love: Internationally recognized artist exhibits work at WSU museum

GABRIELLE FELICIANO, Evergreen life editor September 7, 2023

They Teach Love. That is the name of queer Cherokee-Choctaw artist Jeffrey Gibson’s art exhibition showing through March 9, 2024, at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. This year, Gibson was selected...

A self-portrait by David Hoyt.

WSU alum and retiree showing Pullman-based art at Artisans at the Dahmen Barn

NIKHIL GANTA, Evergreen reporter July 25, 2023

Coug turned consignment artist David Hoyt, an illustrator and graphic designer based in Pullman, is exhibiting digital art at Artisans at the Dahmen Barn in Uniontown through July 30. Hoyt’s exhibition...

Caroline Monnets Gephyrophobia on display at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, May 16.

What Was Always Yours and Never Lost: Films of the Indigenous American experience

ANGEL IKUEZE, Evergreen reporter May 18, 2023

What Was Always Yours and Never Lost. This is the title of the exhibition on display at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, which features films by Indigenous artists from all over the continent. The...

Two visitors entering for the first time the Daedalums main dome, which Architects of Air designed after the Pantheon of Rome, April 15.

Kaleidoscope of color

GABRIELLE FELICIANO, Evergreen life editor April 26, 2023

Hundreds of people came to see the inflated kaleidoscope of color on Grimes Way Playfield from April 13–14. Designed by Architects of Air and brought to WSU by the Student Entertainment Board, the...

The Daedalum luminarium from the outside.

‘A different world’

SHAKIRA GONZALEZ-LUNA, Evergreen reporter April 12, 2023

The mass of hulking, gray balloons sitting on Grimes Way Playfield is hiding neon kaleidoscopes of pink, green, blue, purple and yellow lights inside its walls. Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium,...

A display at the Cougs Love Art Festival, March 24.

Cougs Love Art: WSU artists showcase paintings, graphics and more

ANGEL IKUEZE, Evergreen reporter April 5, 2023

Artist Aissa Avalos is rarely given the chance to showcase her work; the Cougs Love Art Festival gave her the chance to express her passion for it, she said. The festival took place from 12–5 p.m....

Jellyfunk by Adam Stuart, on display at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

Thesis in color

NIKHIL GANTA, Evergreen reporter March 30, 2023

Eye-popping sculptures, photography and displays of bright color are just some of what can be expected at the Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, which will be on display until May 6 at the Jordan Schnitzer...

She Kills Monsters cast and crew after a stage combat rehearsal.

‘She Kills Monsters’: Dragons, swordfighting and more

JULIA MESSEGEE, Evergreen reporter March 23, 2023

Editor's note: Alisa Volz, who was interviewed for this piece, is a writer for the Daily Evergreen. Seven-foot dragon heads, sword fights, axes and more. STAGE Student Theatre is bringing these to...

Sometimes AI art is stunning but it is better when it is done by a human

AI Art, do we need to draw the line?

JOEY FRANKLIN March 9, 2023

Artificially intelligent chatbots have become quite the craze recently. Websites like ChatGPT and DALL-E are commonly used to generate images, have conversations or, unfortunately, cheat and plagiarize. There...

The Student Entertainment Board is accepting all forms of art.

Cougs Love Art: Upcoming art festival showcases WSU art

ANGEL IKUEZE, Evergreen reporter February 23, 2023

Students, staff, and faculty can showcase art at the Cougs Love Art Festival, which will take place on March 24, Gueneviere Sherlaw, Student Entertainment Board director of arts, said. The festival will...

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, Multimedia editor August 25, 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...

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