The Permanent Art Collections at Pacific University comprise over 1,000 works of art from regionally and internationally acclaimed artists. The collections are represented in four categories based on scope. They are: Professional Art, Student Art, Asian Art, and Latin American Folk Art.
The Permanent Art Collections at Pacific University represent contemporary and traditional art making. As an extension of the University’s Exhibition Program and Art Department, the Permanent Art Collections represent a breadth of artistic disciplines, including: painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography, metalwork, stained glass, textiles, and printmaking.
In addition to being a valued aesthetic asset to the University, the collections function as a tool for teaching and research and represent Pacific's dedications to the arts and culture.
The images in the Pacific Univerist digital collection are for educational purposes only. The copyright on the majority of the artworks in the Permanent Collections are retained by the artists. It is the obligation of the user to determine and satisfy copyright and other restrictions when making use of materials from any Pacific University collection.
To learn more about the history of the collection and the University's Kathrin Cawein Gallery, click Here