Prichard Art Gallery Turns Focus to Student and Faculty Shows
December 08, 2020
MOSCOW, Idaho — Dec. 8, 2020 — Student and faculty work will be the focus of shows at the University of Idaho’s Prichard Art Gallery in 2021.
“Sharing the talent of our students and faculty and engaging with our community through these works is an important and sustainable shift in focus for the College of Art and Architecture,” said Shauna Corry, dean of the college. “The gallery will operate on reduced hours, but the times it is open will be engaging and directly connect to the core mission of the college.”
The community is invited to visit two other student-focused galleries on the U of I Moscow campus. Ridenbaugh Gallery on the first floor of Ridenbaugh Hall showcases student work throughout the year. Reflections Gallery is a graduate student-run gallery in the Idaho Student Union Building and is open the same hours as the building.
Limiting Prichard Gallery hours and refocusing the scope of the shows allows the College of Art and Architecture to meet budget goals, maintain all academic programs and meet the needs of its students. More details about specific hours and shows will be announced in the coming weeks.
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