University of Idaho - I Banner
A student works at a computer


U of I's web-based retention and advising tool provides an efficient way to guide and support students on their road to graduation. Login to VandalStar.

Past Exhibits

'Exercises in Passivity'

An exhibit by James Coupe, a Seattle-based artist whose work reflects on the impact of Big Data, immaterial labor and artificial intelligence.

Learn More

MFA Exhibit: In-Between Places

Explore work from University of Idaho 2020 MFA recipients Kaleb Bass, Theresa Rushing, Dongming Zhao and Robbie Mann.

View the Exhibit

Out of the Woods

Projects in paper, photo, Letraset, sculpture and sound from Potlatch artists Ted Kelchner and Andria Marcussen.

View the Exhibit

Four Old Guys Walk Into a Gallery

This eclectic exhibit includes painting, photography, sculpture and visual text by four local artists.

View the Exhibit


Internationally-acclaimed Swiss-based artist Zimoun creates site-specific sound installations with commonplace industrial objects that reference the chaos of the modern day.

View the Exhibit


Featuring work by MFA candidates Logan Clancy, Jonathan Matteson and Ashley Vaughn.

View the Exhibit

College of Art & Architecture Faculty Exhibit

Our annual exhibit celebrates faculty members’ creative activity and scholarly research.

View the Exhibit

Push Factors: Perspectives on Guatemalan Migration

An exhibit of visually arresting photography explores the factors driving residents of Guatemala from their homes.

View the Exhibit

Dark Matter

Artist Gerri Sayler explores time as a loop of nature's cycles that includes birth, death and re-birth in her exhibit at the Prichard Art Gallery.

View the Exhibit

Whipping It Up: A Collaborative Alchemy

Photography captures fleeting moments in time, often hiding context and circumstances. This exhibit by Garth Amundson and Pierre Gour explores how lack of background can erase entire histories and cultures.

Learn More

2 + 2: Sculpture + Photography

Sculptor Kristin LeVier and photographer Crystal McBrayer present work inspired by nature.


Learn More

The Damage is Done

2018 MFA Thesis Exhibition

Learn More

University of Idaho Prichard Art Gallery

Physical Address:

414 S. Main St., Moscow ID 83843
Corners of 5th and Main Street

Regular Hours:
10 a.m.- 8 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Monday: Closed

Phone: 208-885-3586

Fax: 208-885-3622