Sketches and watercolors, including a portrait of student and colleague Clyfford Still, courtesy the Fitzsimmons family
Gallery: Paintings of Washington pioneers by Worth D. Griffin (Courtesy Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU)
Read more at “An art history.” (Washington State Magazine Spring 2011)
In this artist’s talk from the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU, Tokyo-born, Seattle-based artist Etsuko Ichikawa discusses the creative motivations and processes that brought about Etsuko Ichikawa: Broken Poems of Fireflies, an immersive installation commissioned by the museum.
A moderated Q&A follows the talk.
A group of artists, musicians, dancers, poets, and writers in Chicago gave birth to the rich aesthetic based on Black American experience known as the Black Arts Movement (BAM). Below are just a few examples of their work.
Read about a new documentary on BAM in Chicago from WSU Vancouver associate professors of English Thabiti Lewis and Pavithra Narayanan.