Exhibitions

Gallery view of the 2021 EOU Art Faculty Exhibit

Current Exhibition

Mimesis: The Capstone Exhibition of Alexis Maki & Spencer Marotto

April 21- May 12, 2021

After a year of virtual interactions, two art students at Eastern Oregon University are taking their work fully digital. Alexis Maki and Spencer Marotto unveil their shared senior show, “Mimesis,” April 21 in the Nightingale Gallery at Eastern Oregon University. 

Upcoming Exhibitions

All-Campus Juried Student Exhibition

May 24 – June 11, 2021

Homecoming 2021: An exhibition of work by EOU Art Program Alumni

October 8-November 5, 2021

Past Exhibitions Visiting Artists 2019-20

Ryan W. Kelly

Hear ceramic and performance artist Ryan W. Kelly discuss his diverse practice on Thursday, May 21 from 6-7pm PST. Kelly currently serves as Assistant Professor of Ceramics and Foundations at Western Washington University. Learn More>

Liss LaFleur

Join the Art Department for a talk and live Q&A with Texas performance artist Liss LaFleur, Assistant Professor of New Media Art at the University of North Texas. Access the recorded talk then login to the Q&A Thursday, May 14 @ 6pm PST. Learn More>

Jackie Brown

View an artist talk with sculptor Jackie Brown, the Marvin H. Green, Jr. Assistant Professor of Art at Bowdoin College, Maine, followed by a live Q&A Thursday, May 7 (recorded). Brown’s art operates within a current surrealist revival, drawing upon a legacy of 20th century biomorphism. Learn More>

Sung Eun Park

You are invited to hear artist Sung Eun Park discuss her poetic, multimedia sculptures on Wednesday, March 4, 6-7PM in the Huber Auditorium. Park’s work examines the fundamental tension between fatalism and yearning, expressed through disjointed assemblages of disparate elements. Learn More>

Pete Hoffecker Mejia

Sculptor Pete Hoffecker Mejia creates colorful assemblages of wood and found objects, calling attention to Eurocentric narratives of abstraction to obfuscate pioneering works of Latin American modernism and the hybrid identities this movement forged in response to colonization. Learn More>

Pato Hebert

NYC artist and activist Pato Hebert delivered a talk Wednesday, October 16 at 6PM, discussing his landscape series In, If Not Always Of. Pato serves as Associate Professor in the Art & Public Policy Department at Tisch School of the Arts, New York University. Learn More>