Exhibitions & Events
Experience Culture at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Washington State University proudly invites visitors to experience multiple, enlightening exhibitions from artists around the globe each year. The museum also houses a world-renowned permanent collection nearing 3,500 objects which provide a lasting legacy of the 20th and 21st century’s visual language. Held in our community’s trust, the collection is a campus resource and foundation for approaching emergent art forms. Included in the collection is a gift of over 200 prints by artist Jim Dine, making this collection the largest of Dine’s prints of any university museum in the world.
With a wide variety of art installations, paintings, photography, sculptures, and performance pieces throughout the year – the museum is one destination at WSU you won’t want to miss. Find out about our exhibitions, events and permanent collection today!
With WSU’s COVID-19 efforts, & Gov. Inslee’s statewide shutdowns, we are temporarily closed to visitors for the semester. Per the Provost’s approval, all public events at the museum during this time have been canceled. https://museum.wsu.edu/about; https://wsu.edu/covid-19/.
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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