The Art Center

The Art Center
Consolidated Information Center
2770 Crimson Way, Room 102
Richland, WA 99354-1674

Hours of Operation
12 to 6 p.m., Monday – Thursday
(and by appointment)
Admission is free.

Current Exhibit

People of the Manhattan Project: Building an Atomic City

Exhibit length: September 1-30th | Open during gallery hours
Grand Opening Event: September 5th | 5pm-7pm
Light refreshments will be provided. Come see the exhibit and meet its creators!

The Hanford History Project will hold a museum exhibit in the Art Center of the WSU Tri-Cities campus focused on the people who shaped history with their work on the Manhattan Project and development of Richland. This exhibit will feature items from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Hanford Collection of artifacts and archives as well as the Hanford History Project’s extensive collections. The month long event will coincide with the 75th anniversary of the startup of B Reactor.

hanford b-reactor area 1944

The WSU Tri-Cities Art Center

The Art Center is a place for students, faculty and staff to display their works of art produced on-campus or through their academic pursuits. Additionally, the Art Center is currently soliciting proposals for solo and group exhibitions.

To submit, please send your one-page proposal, representative images and the résumé or résumés of the participating artist(s) and put put “Exhibition Proposal” in the subject line.

Doug Gast
Douglas GastAssociate Professor, Fine ArtsCIC 125K509-372-7185
Peter Christenson
Peter ChristensonAssociate Professor, Fine ArtsCIC 125H509-372-7285
Previous Exhibits

The WSU Tri-Cities Art Center proudly invites visitors to experience multiple, enlightening exhibitions from local, regional, and national artists each year. With a wide variety of art installations, paintings, photography, and sculptures, this is a destination at WSU Tri-Cities you won’t want to miss.

Learn more about previous exhibits.

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