Current Exhibitions

Humboldt Arts Council Permanent Collection Gallery

View changing selections from the HAC Permanent Collection including works by Morris Graves, Romano Gabriel, Melvin Schuler, Bruno Groth and Glenn Berry.





13th Annual Northwest Eye Regional Photography Competition & Exhibition

April 16 through June 14

The Northwest Eye is a five-state regional fine art photography competition and exhibition highlighting the current trends in the art of photography. This exhibition showcases the creativity and beauty caught by some of the finest photographers in the Northwest.

Sponsored by the Pierson Building Center

Image to left: Bruce Van Meter, Arch

Christopher Troutman: Dividing Time

February 26 through April 20

In Troutman’s recent body of work he focuses on drawing as his primary means of expression, exploring imagery from his memories of the U.S. and Japan, amplifying everyday subjects by presenting them from extreme vantage points.  He also divides drawings into multiple sections to suggest the passage of time and to examine the similarities and differences between his two homes, juxtaposing visual and spatial features unique to both locations.

Jessica McCambly: The Gentle Act of Disappearing

February 26 through April 20

Investigating ideas of connectivity, sentimentality and the ephemeral, coupled with an innovative exploration of materials, McCambly’s work aims to invite pause and reflection.  Through a process rooted in precision and repetition, the work seeks to encourage an intimate experience with beauty and nuance within the language of reductive formalism. The Gentle Act of Disappearing is descriptive of McCambly’s desire to explore the idea of splendor and the sublime within a set of simplified compositional constraints.

Arcata Arts Institute: Fractured Fairy Tales

March 1 through April 27

Delight in the whimsical and curious world of classic fairy tales re-imagined by AAI students in cut paper.