September 3, 2022-April 16, 2023
Through humor and subversion, Mexican mask makers have always responded to the social and political circumstances of contemporary life. With a regional focus in Michoacan, Mexico, this exhibition presents a selection of dance masks from the MAC collection and contemporary Mexican artists.
Photo by Dean Davis.
Dancing with Life: Mexican Masks Exhibition Info
Extended to January 22, 2023
Graphically striking flour sacks, vintage objects, art, and images from the late 19th/early 20th centuries provide a window into the early development of Eastern Washington's wheat industry.
Golden Harvest: Flour Sacks from the Permanent Collection Exhibition Info
Sewing Wheat Sacks Near Walla Walla, c.1909, L86-48.62
Lost in Translation
July 9-November 13, 2022
Lost in Translation, a self-guided mini-exhibition in Campbell House, explores the history of Orientalism, Egyptomania, and other forms of exoticism in Campbell-era design and fashion. Period clothing will guide visitors through Campbell House’s eclectic mixture of imported world influences and objects.
Pattern Play: Jan Schnurr
September 10-October 30, 2022
Artist Reception Thursday, Sept 15, 5-8 pm
Papers, pastels , watercolors, and wax are the ingredients artist Jan Schnurr uses to create kaleidoscopic shapes in her mixed media collages.
Jan Schnurr, Poppi, pastel, paper, rust, and wax on board.