After being closed for in-person events for more than a year, WSU’s Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, aka the “Crimson Cube,” is open again. The galleries are filling up for spring, with two showcases from its collections open through mid-August, joined this week by two more exhibits. This year’s master of fine arts thesis show is a solo event, featuring the work of graduate student Stephanie Broussard. The artist uses paint to interpret and play with perceptions of space and contrasting themes. She’ll be on-site April 9 from 1-3:30 pm and afterwards hosting a livestreamed artist talk from 4-5 pm. A separate show opening alongside Broussard’s art is a collection of first-edition prints by iconic Spanish artist Francisco de Goya from his last major work, Los Disparates, originally published 36 years after his death. The series reflects the political and social turmoil Spain was experiencing during its creation between 1816 and 1824.
Gallery open Tue-Fri 1-4 pm, Sun 10 am-4 pm • Free • Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU • 1535 NE Wilson Rd. • museum.wsu.edu • 509-335-1910
— Chey Scott