Field Arts & Events Hall features a 1,000 SF fine art gallery on the lobby level. The gallery hosts rotating exhibits highlighting local and regional artists. Exhibits are curated by guest curators and artistic partners within Clallam County. Gallery hours are 10AM-2PM Thursday through Saturday, plus one hour prior to most events. Private group tours are available by appointment; please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
A Different Lens celebrates the rich tapestry of the world around us and the human experience through the lenses of five distinct photographers. With virtuosic skill, each artist offers a unique perspective to capture precious fleeting moments. Through these lenses, you are invited to engage in a visual conversation on how we collectively perceive and experience the world. This collection intends to inspire dialogue, introspection, and appreciation for the shared beauty and narratives that define our interconnectedness.
February 15th | Exhibit Opening Reception, 5-7PM: At this intimate opening reception, guests will have the opportunity to meet and mingle with the artists and curators, as well as participate in a panel discussion about the exhibit. This event is free and open to the public; RSVPs requested.
Artists featured: Alex Bodi Hallett, Amy McIntyre, Keith Ross, Ernst-Ulrich Schäfer, and Charlotte Watts. This exhibit has been curated by Steve Raider-Ginsburg and Kayla Oakes, Field Arts & Events Hall.
A Different Lens will be on display in the Field Hall Gallery February 15th – May 18th. Gallery hours are 10AM-2PM Thursday through Saturday, plus one hour prior to most events. Private group tours are available by appointment; please email email@example.com to make arrangements.
Impressions: an exhibition that celebrates the beauty and diversity of human experience through the artistry of printmaking. This curated collection unites printmakers with unique perspectives and diverse cultural backgrounds that contribute to their unique stories and experiences, rooted in their heritage and intimately intertwined with the natural world.
Artists Featured: Thomas Connery, Monica Gutierrez-Quarto, Cody Hagen, Erika Harada, Nikki Jabbora-Barber, and Eileen Jimenez
Curator: Lindsey Shepherd
Photography: Nora Pitaro
In the spirit of collaboration, friendship, and education, the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe and Field Arts & Events Hall partnered to produce the very first show held in the new gallery at Field Hall. The show, titled “sčáy ʔaʔ cə nəxʷsƛ̕áy̕əm ʔay̕c̕ɬtáyŋxʷ” or “Creations by the Klallam People” showcased nəxʷsƛ̕áy̕əm artists from the Lower Elwha Klallam, Jamestown S’Klallam, and Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribes.
Featured Artists: Lower Elwha artists Izzabella Bowen, Alfred Charles, Alfred Charles Jr., Darrell Charles Jr., Steven Charles, Dale Clark, Floyd Cooke, Jim Cooke, Roger Fernandes, Shawnee Joy Francis, Vicki Trudeau-Charles, Jamie Valadez, Steve Valadez, Sam White and Linda Wiechman; Jamestown S’Klallam artists Julia F. Grinnell-Borde, Dusty Humphry, Kissandra Johnson, Terry V. Johnson, Celeste Kardonsky-Dybeck and Rosie Zwanziger; and Port Gamble artists Angelina Sosa-Ives and Kelly Sullivan.
Photography: Nora Pitaro, Stacy Graves