Mission Statement of Student Union Fine Arts Gallery
The purpose of the Student Union Fine Art Exhibitions Program is to display a variety of art media and to provide challenging and interesting work while encouraging an aesthetic understanding. All exhibitions and gallery receptions are free and open to the public.
Current and Upcoming Exhibitions
Emma Hood, Marking Time
March 4th–April 5th, 2018
Throughout the 365 days of 2017, local artist Emma Hood ritualized the documentation of each day with a photograph. Relying heavily on her iPhone to not only take the images, but also to composite and upload them to social media, Hood individually numbered and titled each piece as a complete work. For her series, Marking Time, Hood compiles those photographic captures and presents them to an audience through the familiar calendar format. Though time is often metaphorically described as slowing down, speeding up, or stopping entirely, Hood will illustrate time as a constant. Representing the personal growth of the artist over the course of a year, this compilation will reveal both victories and failures, and viewers are encouraged to reflect and piece together their own experiences from the past
Exhibition runs from March 4th through April 5th, 2018 in the Student Union Trueblood Pop Up Gallery. A reception celebrating the opening of the exhibit will be held on Tuesday, March 6th, from 4:30 – 6:30 PM in the Trueblood Pop Up Gallery. This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
2018 Annual Graduate Showcase
Featured Works from the University Collection of Sam Katz
Missy Cory and Shelley Jund, The Nature of Spirit
39th Idaho Watercolor Society Annual Juried Membership Exhibition