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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,…

Thursday, September 21 All day
AREA C Projects: Exhibition
Whitman County

On display is a collection of previous public works created by AREA C Projects, as well as concept imagery for their upcoming installation for the WSU Plant Sciences Building.

Wednesday, October 4 @10 am
Coug Wellbeing Symposium
WSU Pullman

Cougs, join us for a day of self-care on October 4th at the CUB, from 10 am to 5 pm. You can enjoy a Sound Bath, hear about another Coug’s journey to bettering their mental health, grab a free lunch, and more. Learn more about workshops and this opportunity to focus on your wellbeing.

Thursday, October 5 @7:30 pm
Guest Artist: Dr. Alessandra Feris, piano
WSU Pullman


Brazilian pianist Alessandra Feris has performed widely in Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Costa Rica, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Serbia, Greece, and in the United States, making successful solo debuts in major venues such as the Theatro São Pedro in Porto Alegre (Brazil), the Costa Rican National Theater, the Steinway…