Peninsula College is seeking Native American and First Nation Artists to spotlight in the Longhouse Art Gallery on the Port Angeles, WA campus. A vital goal of the Longhouse is to support artists whose sharing will educate the campus community and visitors on their Native art, craft and culture.
- The artist must self-identify as a Native American or First Nation Artists
- The artist may be skilled in any medium (e.g., weaving, painting, carving, sculpting and photography)
- The artwork may be traditional, contemporary or a combination
Each selected artist will exhibit original works of art in the Peninsula College Longhouse Art Gallery for a four month exhibit or other agreed-upon period. The artist will have the opportunity to deliver a 50-minute public presentation on campus followed by a public artist’s reception. The artist must be able to loan selected art to Peninsula College for the agreed-upon exhibition period.
Each selected artist who delivers the public presentation through the Studium Generale lecture series at Peninsula College will receive a small honorarium.
For more information, please contact:
Peninsula College Longhouse Art Gallery
Sadie Crowe, Longhouse Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org (link sends e-mail)
Please visit the Longhouse during open Gallery hours to view the complete collection or call (360) 417-7992 to schedule a tour.