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Myriad: Senior Art & Design Exhibition

Wednesday, April 13, @ 10:00 am - Friday, May 20, @ 4:30 pm

The Whitworth University’s Art & Design Department and the Bryan Oliver Gallery are proud to present “Myriad”, the 2022 senior exhibition. An eclectic and engaging selection of works from our art and graphic design majors will be on display. In May, the work will also be featured on the Bryan Oliver Gallery blog at whitworthart.com.The gallery will be open Monday-Friday, from 10am-4:30pm, and Saturday from 10am-2pm. The gallery is closed on official university holidays, including April 15-18. For more information, call 509-777-3258 or email wuart@whitworth.edu.

Details

Start:
Wednesday, April 13, @ 10:00 am
End:
Friday, May 20, @ 4:30 pm

Venue

Bryan Oliver Gallery
300 W Hawthorne Rd
Spokane, 99251
Phone:
(509)777-4703.
View Venue Website

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