Kittredge Gallery

Gallery Hours: M-F 10am-5pm, Saturdays 12-5pm, Closed during university holidays


Now on View

Janet Marcavage: Prints at Play

Large Gallery Sept. 3 to Oct. 18, 2019

Opening Reception Sept. 4, 5-7 p.m.

Kittredge Hall     

"Play and perception are integral to my current hand-pulled screenprints. Illusory and real configurations suggest folding, bending, and turning of two-dimensional planes. These abstractions are created with considerations of light, space, and color as well as the contingency of geometric visual elements." - Janet Marcavage


Lois Harbaugh: Vessel

Small Gallery Sept. 3 to Oct. 18, 2019

Opening Reception Sept. 4, 5-7 p.m. Saturday Reception Sept. 14 1-3 p.m.

Lois Harbaugh explores the idea "Vessel as Symbol" — vessels inspired by language and wordplay, vessels with distinctive names and iconic shapes.


Coming Soon

Works from the University of Puget Sound Art Collection, curated by Elise Richman

Oct. 28 to Dec. 14, 2019

Reception date TBD


Professor Elise Richman will curate a show from the University of Puget Sound Art Collection.  Focus will be on new acquisitions, which we are excited to share.


2020 Art Students Annual

Jan. 24, 5 p.m. to Feb. 29, 2020

Opening Reception Jan. 24, 5-7 p.m.

See the best work from art classes in 2018 and 2019. The opening night party and awards (with prizes) on Friday, Jan. 24th, is the first view of the show. The Art Students Annual show is a Puget Sound tradition. Students enter work from art classes, and a juror selects artwork for the show, which will be in Kittredge Gallery for five weeks.


Anna McKee and Suze Woolf: Gathered from the Field; art provoked by climate research

Mar. 9 to April 18, 2020

Reception TBD 


In conjunction with Art+Sci


Liss LaFleur

Mar. 9 to April 18, 2020

Reception TBD

 Coded Glass, Liss LaFleur, 2019

Coded Glass, Liss LaFleur, 2019


About Kittredge Gallery

Through gallery exhibitions and artist lectures focused on expanding students exposure to core issues in contemporary art, Kittredge Gallery serves as a teaching tool for the Puget Sound Art & Art History Department and supports the liberal arts curriculum of the university as a whole. With its history of strong exhibitions by regional and nationally recognized artists, Kittredge Gallery also contributes to the broader cultural community of the Pacific Northwest.