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Experience Culture at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU

COVID-19 Update: As of August 31, the museum is open M/W/F, 1-4!

As of Monday, August 31, the museum’s doors are open and it is wonderful to welcome you safely back.

Visiting the museum will be a different experience, but rest assured that we are doing everything we can to make your visit as enriching as possible while ensuring that we are operating within Washington state and WSU guidelines. Our community’s health and well-being are our most important priorities. The museum’s reopening plan balances the need for activities that contribute to intellectual and emotional well-being with the steps needed to control the virus.

In advance of your visit, please review the following measures in consideration of the health and safety of all visitors and staff:

  • All visitors to WSU Pullman must complete a daily Attestation. Proof of Attestation will be required at the museum for entry.
  • Please stay home if you are feeling sick.
  • All staff and visitors over the age of two must wear face coverings in accordance with state and local regulations.
  • The museum’s maximum occupancy is 10 people at any time.
  • Please maintain physical distancing of 6 feet or morebetween yourself and fellow visitors and staff at all times.
  • Follow the physical-distancing markers at visitor entry and exit points as well as in locations throughout the museum.
  • We have increased cleaningof the museum, especially high-touch areas. All museum staff have completed training in hygiene protocols.
  • For the safety of all,the coat room is currently closed; bags must be 11 x 14 or smaller to enter the galleries.

For your convenience, WSU has established a website for coronavirus COVID-19 updates and is featuring daily updates from the Incident Command team, including useful information relevant to the WSU community. It will serve as the primary source of official information for the WSU system:

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!



Museum Hours

The museum galleries are open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-4 pm.;


You must complete a self-attestation for every day you plan to be at a physical WSU location. Please attest based on your WSU affiliation.

Occupancy & Masks

Maximum occupancy is 10 people. Masks required.


WSU Mobile Parking App
Parking is available for a fee in the Smith Center For Undergraduate Education. For parking rates and information please click here and choose DAILY PARKING PERMITS on the Transportation Services Permit Information website.

Hours of Operation

We will have limited staffing in the museum offices, however, you can reach us by phone and email at

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