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Archer Gallery


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


Archer Gallery will be closed May 14 - June 5 for exhibition installation. We will reopen for the Art Student Annual 2022 exhibition June 6 - June 14 when gallery viewing hours will resume, M-S, 11am - 4pm for the duration of the show.

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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.

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Michelle Ramin


Art Student Annual 2022
a juried exhibition of Clark College Art Students

June 6 - June 14, 2022


In-Person Opening Reception: 

Wednesday, June 8 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Health screening required for entry. Face masks optional but encouraged.

For more details, please visit


Clark Art Talks

Join us for our upcoming artist and scholar lecture series! 

Casey Gray

Friday, April 29, 2022 at 12 p.m. PT
Meeting ID: 886 6122 0858  Passcode: 297965

Marc T. Wise

Postponed - check back for updates!

Exhibitions and art talks are free and open to the public.