Dragon by Kate Bowditch
Larson Art Gallery presents the 2020 Day of the Dragon Spring “Gala To Go” on Friday, June 5th. The evening dinner and virtual auction celebrates the organization’s commitment to cultivating the love of art within our community.

This year’s event kicks off with a meal that was pre-purchased prior to June 4 at noon.  The meal will be available at Fat Pastor Productions from their The Lab location (4pm to 6pm).  In addition, gallery volunteers are safe-distancing delivery of meals to some of the ticket holder homes. Thank you to everyone that purchased meals!

The event continues online at 6 p.m. with featured speaker David Lynx, gallery director, hosting a virtual art opening of the Larson Gallery Guild Members' Exhibition on Facebook Live (via their Larson Art Gallery page) and ending with a live online auction.  The Facebook feed will be available starting at 6pm.  The online reception is open to all.

Bidding on the dragons is open to the public and will conclude at 7pm, Friday, June 5 on eBay for Charity. <--click link
Closure Update

Per the orders of Governor Inslee and to help protect our visitors and gallery staff, the Larson Gallery is currently closed.  This situation remains fluid and this date may change; however, we will keep you updated on any changes of openings and our exhibitions as they occur.
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Gallery Hours
Tuesday - Friday
10 AM-5:00 PM
1:00 - 5:00 PM

**Our Gallery is currently closed to the public.
Parking at YVC
Parking permits are required only 5 days a week now in the 16th Avenue Visitor Parking Lot. No permits needed on weekends and evenings.

However, all faculty parking lots will continue to need permits.
When you need a permit, just contact us and we will mail or email a dated permit to you.
Boxx Gallery and Cowiche Canyon Conservancy present
a virtual exhibit juried by Renee Adams
featuring artwork inspired by the shrub-steppe lands of Cowiche Canyon Conservancy
July 11 - August 29, 2020
Entries Due: June 20. - Prospectus
Visit Boxx Gallery
An ongoing Instagram exhibit by the Friends of Boxx Gallery can be found on Instagram.  Find out more in the Yakima Herald.
Visit Collab Coffee
“How We Cope” in this time of pandemic is a the title of an online exhibit curated by Maddie Hicks, co-owner of Collaboration Coffee. Find out more about the online exhibit in the Yakima Herald.
Visit the Exhibit
YakimaArt.com & Oak Hollow Custom Framing & Gallery are honoring this majestic force of nature with a special Reminiscing On The Eruption: Mt. St. Helen’s 40th Anniversary exhibit.
Arts in the Yakima Valley