Sarah Clark-Langager

In September, Hafþór Yngvason, director of the Reykjavik Art Museum in Iceland, will start as the director of Western Washington University's Western Gallery and Public Art Collection.

The Western Gallery director is the principal curator of the university's visual art…

Forty images from the Western Gallery Collection, telling stories and offering narratives of historical and fictional events, will be on display in Wilson Library from May 30 to July 30 in a show titled “Superposition: Merging Narratives Past and Present.”

The show is free and open to the…

Forty images from the Western Gallery Collection, telling stories and offering narratives of historical and fictional events, will be on display in Wilson Library from May 30 to July 30 in a show titled “Superposition: Merging Narratives Past and Present.”

The show is free and…

Two new sculptures have been donated to Western Washington University and now hang in the lobby of the Communications Facility on campus.

The two metal sculptures, "Couplet" and "Offshoot," were created by American artist Cris Bruch in 1992, and were donated by the…

Nancy Holt, the celebrated artist who created the "Stone Enclosure: Rock Rings" sculpture on the south end of the Western Washington University campus, has passed away.

A few years ago, working on a book with Sarah Clark-Langager, director of the Western Gallery, she sent a few…

Famed Northwest architect Fred Bassetti, whose architectural style played a massive hand in shaping the Western Washington University campus throughout the 1960s, has passed away. He was 96.

Bassetti was architect for a number of buildings on campus, including the Viking Union in 1959. In…

The next time anyone sees the “Untitled” sculpture by Donald Judd on the Western Washington University campus, it’ll be in an entirely different spot.

The sculpture, part of Western’s Outdoor Sculpture Collection, was removed from its longtime home on the Old Main…

Americans for the Arts has recognized the Do Ho Suh’s artwork “Cause & Effect” at Western Washington University as one of the top 50 public art projects last year in the United States.

Americans for Arts’ Public Art Network Year in Review program recognizes exemplary and…

A painting by famed Cuban artist Salvador Gonzalez Escalona now hangs in Wilson Library, the gift of English professor Rosanne Kanhai in honor of her late husband, Paul Goslow. Goslow, a Western alumnus, purchased the painting in 2004 when he accompanied Kanhai and a group of WWU students…

Western Washington University celebrated the opening of three new gallery spaces in the Performing Arts Center on Friday, Dec. 14.

Hosted by Western President Bruce Shepard and Dean Dan Guyette from the WWU College of Fine and Performing Arts, the ceremony featured a ribbon cutting and a…

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