Web Exhibitions

Help us create Web Exhibitions! We hope to have a variety of Washingtonians curate web exhibitions to show different perspectives of the State Art Collection.

All you need to do is explore My Public Art Portal, make a list of artworks you’d like to see together, and email us the list (collections@arts.wa.gov). With a few days’ notice, we can put together a web exhibition for you to use as a teaching tool or simply as a fun virtual exhibition.

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Animals Around Us

Apples: Eureka!

Art at K-12 Schools

Art at the Washington State Auditor’s Office

Art in Central Washington

Art in Northeastern Washington

Artists of Eastern Washington

Arts Education: Celebrating All Arts Disciplines

Arts Education: Visual Arts Elements

Artwork Lesson Plan 1 | Thinking Big, Thinking Small (Grades K-2)

Artwork Lesson Plan 2 | Real or Imagined (Grades 3-5)

Artwork Lesson Plan 3 | Artistic Choices (Grades 6-8)

Artwork Lesson Plan 4 | Creating Public Art (Grades 9-12)

Artwork Lesson Plans

Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month: Comparing Pairs

Autumn Scenes

Award Winning Projects

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Beyond Blue Mountains: Artworks by Native American Artists

Bill Colby 1927-2019: In Remembrance

Blue Thesis: Abstraction and the Northwest Landscape

Bridges: Inspiring Structures

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Celebrating Black History Month

Celebrating Dolores Huerta Day

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrating Our 40th (in 2014)

Central Washington Artists: Highlighting Artists with Connections to Central Washington

Central Washington: Highlighting Artworks Located in Legislative District 13

Contemporary Native American Artists

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Deep Dive Continued: Fragile Ecology of the Salish Sea (with the San Juan Islands Museum)

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Earth Day: Woven To Place

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Father and Son: Selections by Robert Wilson and Rainn Wilson

Full Circle: Selections from the Field

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Globalization and Immigration: Selections by UW Art Librarian Angela Weaver

Governors Arts and Heritage Award Past Honorees

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Harold Balazs 1928-2017: In Remembrance

Here’s Looking at You, Kid

Human Rights Month: Forward Together

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Identity Within and Outside of Us

In Memoriam 2016

In Memoriam 2017

International Womens Day: Selections by Karen Hanan

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Jacob Lawrence: The Legend of John Brown series

James Luna 1950-2018: In Remembrance

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Landscapes and Portraits of Washington

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Marvin Oliver 1946-2019: In Remembrance

Mary Randlett 1924-2019: In Remembrance

Mystical Language

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National Poetry Month: April

Native American Artists

New Acquisitions: July 2016 to June 2017

New Acquisitions: July 2017 to June 2018

New Acquisitions: July 2018 to June 2019

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Outdoor Sculpture

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Palouse Spirits

Peninsula College Public Art Tour, Port Angeles

Pet Appreciation Week

Poet Laureate for WA State, 2016-18 - I Dwell In Possibility: Artworks Selected by Tod Marshall

Poetic Routes: Selections by Claudia Castro Luna, WA State Poet Laureate 2018-20

Portraits of Powerful Gals: Happy Galentines Day

Public Artist Roster: Recent Artworks

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Rural Inspiration

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Site-Specific Artworks

Skagit Valley by Miguel Guillén

Story House: Select Works by Women Artists of Color

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Total Eclipse of the Art

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Ursa Major: Bear-Inspired Art

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Visual Arts Learning: Assemblage Art

Visual Arts Learning: Landscape

Visual Arts Learning: Portraits

Visual Arts Learning: Repetition and Pattern

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WA Legislative District 47 Highlights: Auburn, Covington, Kent

WA Legislative District 47: Auburn, Covington, Kent

Washington Connections

Washington Routes

Washington State Artists

Washington State University Cougar Public Art Tour in Pullman

Washington Women

Ways of Seeing by Valerie Peterman

Winter Landscape in the Pacific Northwest

Winter Solstice: Selections by Leslie Pope

Women Artists

Wonderful and Strange: Twin Peaks and the Pacific Northwest

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Year of the Dog: Happy Chinese Lunar New Year (2018)

Year of the Pig: Happy Chinese Lunar New Year (2019)

Year of the Rooster: Happy Chinese Lunar New Year (2017)

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