Juried Student Exhibition shows PLU talent

The University Gallery opens its fall semester’s final show with the annual  Juried Student Exhibition  on Wednesday, November 14, 2012, with a reception that night from 5 to 7 p.m. Works will be on display until December 12, 2012. The reception is open to the…

“Empty Bowls” gives back to the community

Wednesday, November 28, PLU artists, chefs and gardeners will come together to give back in the fourth annual “Empty Bowls” event. PLU and the greater community are invited to purchase a bowl of soup from 4-6pm in the Anderson University Center. Costing $10 per meal,…

Earth, Sea, Sky shows Permanent Art Collection’s strong points

Come discover the natural beauty of  Earth, Sea, Sky,  the University Gallery’s current exhibition. The survey of works comes straight from Pacific Lutheran University’s Permanent Art Collection and offers views of the rural and the urban landscape in styles ranging from abstract to realist.  PLU…

Alumni Feature: Jeremy Mangan

Who: Jermey Mangan – Graduated from PLU in 1998 with degrees in fine art and German Many SOAC students hope their careers turn out like Jeremy Mangan’s. Currently, he is included in Tacoma Art Museum’s 10th biennial, a group exhibition at Cornish College and a…

St{art} Momentum

St[art] Momentum , the 2012 Senior BFA Exhibition at Pacific Lutheran University kicks off with an opening reception on April 25, 2012, from 5p.m. to 7p.m. Graduating BFA students will have their best work on display. The exhibit remains open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.…

The Printed Arts at PLU are Alive and Thriving

The 2013-14 academic year has been full of celebrations of the printed arts. PLU’s Elliott Press celebrated its 30th anniversary; the Boge Library was established, with a collection of books on graphic design, typography and calligraphy; a one-day book arts symposium will grace PLU’s campus…

Generous donation creates Ingram Hall’s Boge Library

A treasury of graphic design and typography books This fall, students will welcome a new resource in Ingram Hall. The Boge Library will reside in Ingram 118 and is chock-full of graphic design resources. The library’s namesake and sole contributor, Garrett Boge (pronounced “Bogie”), donated…

“Matt Johnson” opens next week in the University Gallery

Tacoma artist Matt Johnson, a visiting instructor in the Department of Art & Design, explores the details of everyday life in his upcoming exhibition. Join SOAC and the University Gallery for the opening reception of “Matt Johnson” with light refreshments Wednesday, October 12 from 5…