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Tuesday, August 22 @10 am
Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love Exhibition
WSU Pullman

Gibson, who is of Mississippi Choctaw and Cherokee heritage, combines aspects of Indigenous art and culture with modernist traditions, navigating and disrupting the expectations placed upon Native artists working within the contemporary art world. At the root of his enterprise lies a core value—objects, and people alike, carry the potential for radical transformation.

Tuesday, August 22 @10 am
Here in a Homemade Forest: Common Reading Connections Exhibition
WSU Pullman

Inspired by Washington State University’s 2023-24 Common Reading Book, Braiding Sweetgrass, this exhibition highlights crucial themes from Braiding Sweetgrass through the lens of art, inviting visitors from all walks of life to engage in an ongoing conversation about how to prioritize a reciprocal relationship with the land, with each other,…

Friday, September 22 @8 am
Brelsford WSU Visitor Center — Football Weekend Open House
WSU Pullman

The Brelsford WSU Visitor Center is extending its business hours today for Saturday’s home Cougar football game against the Oregon State University.
Staff will be available to assist fans with game day information, including wayfinding and directions, pregame activities, general parking permit sales and information, and other transportation options.

Friday, September 22 @9 am
WSU Pullman Town Hall – Virtual

In addition to exciting updates about the WSU system, this town hall will provide a unique opportunity for the WSU community to engage in Q&A with WSU’s leadership. WSU Pullman students, faculty, and staff, along with Extension and system-level employees, are encouraged to submit their questions in advance.

Friday, September 22 @12:10 pm
Atrium Recital Series
WSU Pullman

Christiano Rodrigues, violin

Karen Nguyen, piano

Beethoven Sonatas for Piano and Violin