- Exhibitions & Events
The Interdisciplinary Arts Department has a sustained commitment to excellence in graduate arts education that has shaped the development of eminent arts professionals for thirty-five years. Our three graduate degrees: the MA in Interdisciplinary Arts, MFA in Interdisciplinary Book & Paper Arts, and MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts & Media allow for permeability across the programs. In 1993, the Center for Book and Paper Arts was created within the Interdisciplinary Arts Department, with a mission of advancing research and innovation in the interdisciplinary practices of the artist’s book and hand papermaking, providing support for our graduate programs, and engaging the public through lectures, workshops, exhibitions and events. Together, we share the principle that interdisciplinarity is a defining characteristic of contemporary art practice, and a necessary prerequisite for those artists who will shape the future.
23 Sandy Gallery and the University of Puget Sound Collins Memorial Library, invite artists to participate in Book Power Redux, a juried exhibition of book art...
Jillian Bruschera's idea for a flexible and convertible paper making studio expands the creative experience to, well, just about anywhere!...
Another InterArts Alumna sets up shop, and a plethora of creative print projects bursts forth!...
Liz Isakson-Dado's new Tandem Felix Letterpress jump-starts the holiday season with a fun "print your own custom coasters" letterpress workshop....