Archer Gallery serves the students and community of Clark College by exhibiting contemporary art in a not-for-profit educational setting. In order to exhibit work that has a strong interest for an academic institution, the gallery brings work that fulfills at least one of the following criteria.
- Regionally, nationally or internationally exhibiting professional artists
- Artwork that has a strong connection to new contemporary art concepts or methods
- Artwork that connects to Clark College Art Department curriculum and programs
- Works by artists with significant historical influence on contemporary art practices
The Archer Gallery is located in the Penguin Union Building (PUB) attached to Gaiser
Hall on the Clark College campus in Vancouver, Washington.
Pull into the Parking Lot south of Gaiser Hall. Park in any of the unmarked spaces. F/S spaces are reserved M–F until 5:30. Enter at the SW corner of Lower PUB.
Look for "Archer Gallery" lettering on the outer doors of the building. The gallery is just inside the door.
10:00 a.m - 7:00 p.m
12:00 p.m - 5:00 p.m
Exhibition: September 25 – November 10, 2018
Closing Reception: November 6, 2-4 p.m.
The title suggests the call and response of a protest chant, referencing activism and the urgency of these times. At a moment of political upheaval and renewed culture wars, the show will investigate themes of inclusion and pride, as well as persecution and the ever-present threats to non-dominant identities. Ultimately, the show aims to honor individual expression, freedom, and the universal human rights for respect, dignity, and well-being.
ARTISTS: Roz Crews, Kelly Bjork, Wynde Dyer, Emily Endo, Alexa Feeney, Klara Glosova, Junko Iijima, Tyler Mackie, Victor Maldonado, Patricia Melton, Matthew Offenbacher, Alyson Provax, Kelly Rauer, Maggie Sasso, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Ann Leda Shapiro, Naomi Shersty, Alisa Sikelianos-Carter, Anthony Sonnenberg, Alexander Wurts
Join us for an upcoming artist and scholar lecture series!
All events are free and open to the public.
Art Talks are held at 7 p.m. in the Penguin Union Building (PUB) 161.
There are currently no art talks scheduled.