Rotating Art Exhibitions
Call for Artists
The Washington State Convention Center's Rotating Art Program is looking for groups of artists to apply for the 2021-2022 program. Click here to find out more and how to apply. The deadline has been extended until further notice. We appreciate those who have already responded, and will get back to you in time.
Running January 9, 2020 until further notice
2020 Visions: Gage Academy of Art at 30
This exhibition launched the 30th anniversary celebration of Gage Academy of Art, an innovative contemporary art school. The exhibition honored the artists who — along with their dedication to teaching — took part in crafting the Academy's ethos. 2020 Visions captures, in a choral way, the vitality of the school at this momentous juncture in time, as reflected in and through their individual artistic sensibilities and practices.
Best known for its unique studio programs as well as its youth summer programs, Gage enables students to work closely with a master instructor from the length of a workshop to the span of many years. Gage is proud to be one of the few institutions in the country offering this time-honored method of training.
Gage invites art makers of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds to become part of a vibrant learning community, with access to the best art instruction, free programs, lectures, demos, events and enrichment all year long.
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