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Art Gallery

Edmonds College Student Art Exhibit 2021

Spring 2021 Student art

This year's Student Art Exhibit is a series of three 20-page newspapers that will be publically available at local coffee shops, libraries, and other venues around Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace, and Edmonds. This exhibit showcases some of the lost and unclaimed artwork that was discovered in the college’s art studios. Each publication was designed by three students graduating with a Visual Communications ATA degree. The Visual Arts department and students wanted to bring art to the community in response to the pandemic. 

Join us! Artists Reception

Newspaper designers Zahra Kadhim, Sophia O'Hara, and Lisa Sinnes will be present.

1-2 p.m. Friday, May 28

Zoom: bit.ly/Spring2021ArtistReception

Meeting ID: 850 1858 1695 | Passcode: 059577


Past exhibits

Sue Danielson: Attitudes of Perspective

Sue Danielson: Attitudes of Perspective

Nov. 1-Dec. 11, 2020

Attitudes of Perspective is a playful installation comprised of every day and constructed objects, videos, large drawings, and 3-D elements. It embraces the rapidly shifting perspectives we encounter daily, and the sometime resulting absurdities. Of course, the global pandemic has further complicated our lives. Although initially scheduled in the Edmonds College art gallery, the exhibition morphed into a site-specific installation in the dormant sculpture classroom after the gallery was locked down and most classes went online.

Fall 2020 virtual exhibit

2020 Student Art Show collage

Student Art Show: Spring 2020

The college’s spring tradition of holding a student art exhibit will continue this year with a virtual exhibit in our online gallery. This year’s show honors the talent of 15 Visual Arts students and features more than 100 works of art.

Spring 2020 Virtual Exhibit