September 23 through October 17, 2020
The annual BFA exhibition is comprised of the culminating projects created by students graduating from WWUs year-long BFA program. The 10 artists represented in this show have created bodies of work that attempt to evoke new ways of perceiving reality. Spanning a range of media from photography, sculpture, painting, video, printmaking, and installation each artist seeks to restructure a site or subjective memory to incite new modes of understanding the past and the present.
Looking Up: The Skyviewing Sculptures of Isamu Noguchi
Postponed. Rescheduling in progress.
Isamu Noguchi’s Skyviewing Sculpture was created specifically for Western’s central plaza, Red Square, in 1969. It is Noguchi’s most ambitious treatment of the skyviewing theme, which was important in his art making throughout his career.
Curated exclusively for Western Gallery by Dakin Hart, Senior Curator at The Noguchi Museum in New York, the exhibition will bring Noguchi’s sky-viewing sculptures together for the first time.