We have a proud tradition of bringing compelling, moving exhibitions to Flagstaff for both NAU students and the wider community to enjoy.
We are excited to announce our newest exhibition, the 2022 School of Art Faculty Exhibition. The exhibition will open to the public on February 8, 2022, and will be available through April 23, 2022. This exhibition features works by NAU faculty members representing a variety of media and styles. Please visit our "Plan Your Visit" page for information on scheduling your visit. We strongly recommend scheduling an appointment through our website via Waitwhile.
Native Northwest: Contemporary, opening January 2021, presented in our East Gallery, features Indigenous Pacific Northwestern artists Lillian Pitt, Joe Feddersen, Rick Bartow, and James Lavadour, and is a part of our larger presentation of artworks from the Aaron M. Memorial Collection. Lillian Pitt is a descendent of the Warm Springs, Wasco, and Yakama tribes. Her art career began in the 1980s after taking a community college ceramics course where she fell in love with the craft. Pitt was mentored by…
Our current exhibition, Reunion, is a metaphorical gathering of old friends and a celebration of life, featuring artworks from the Aaron M. Macy Memorial collection and the NAU Art Museum's permanent collection. Reunion offers a glimpse at a group of artists, their connections to each other, and Northern Arizona University, as seen through examples of their work. The NAU College of Arts and Letters recently received a gift of artworks from Doug Macy, in loving memory of his late son…