An art exhibit currently on display at Washington State University Tri-Cities honors the memory of a former staff member.

Four current WSU Tri-Cities faculty contributed their own art creations in various mediums for the exhibit titled “NO PROGRAM”, which honors the life and artistic legacy of Doug Gast, who died in 2020.

In addition to artwork created by Peter Christenson, Phillip Mudd, Kayleigh Lang, and Marguerite Finch, the exhibit also features some of Gast’s work.

“I was excited to have the opportunity to help curate this exhibition,” said Finch. “I briefly knew Doug but knew how much he cared about promoting art on this campus and creating art opportunities for students.”

“NO PROGRAM” contains art from several mediums, ranging from photography, painting, installation, sound, and sculpture. The public is invited to view the exhibit through February in the Consolidated Information Center (CIC) on the WSU-TC campus.

“I believe this exhibition gives students at WSU Tri-Cities a way to engage with art and see what faculty currently working on this campus are doing in their art practice,” said Finch.

Source: (KNDU)