University of Puget Sound provides opportunities for the public to experience art through university collections, rotating exhibitions by both students and regionally and nationally recognized artists, and special events such as gallery talks, artist receptions, and more.
Rotating and permanent displays include the larger-than-life glass installation by Dale Chilhuly in Wyatt Hall, paintings by frontierswoman Abby Williams Hill in Jones Hall, or the latest exhibition in Kittredge Gallery, managed in collaboration with Tacoma Art Museum.
Campus Film and Foreign Film Series
Puget Sound Campus Films presents recent popular films for the campus and community. Showings are in Rausch Auditorium (McIntyre Hall, Room 003) for a small ticket price.
Foreign Film Series are presented throughout the academic year by numerous campus clubs and departments. Listings for films, including dates, times, and locations, are available on the university events calendar as information becomes available. Films are free and include Hispanic, Japanese, and French selections.
Puget Sound's endowed lecture series and guest speakers encompass visiting artists and filmmakers, actors and entertainers, professors, entrepreneurs, business leaders, journalists, and others whose compelling talks spur discussion on and off campus. Past speakers include playwright Edward Albee, author Sherman Alexie, filmmaker Spike Lee, The New York Times columnist David Brooks, biologist E.O. Wilson, NPR commentator Nina Totenberg, and choreographer Twyla Tharp.
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