Terrain’s May Gallery exhibit brings together emerging students artists together from Whitworth University, Spokane Falls Community College, Gonzaga University and Eastern Washington University.
An apostrophe represents missing information while uniting related elements. As a demographic women, LGBTQ+, and persons of color are marginalized in commercial galleries across the country yet we are the predominant artists entering the market . 80% of students enrolled in studio art courses or art history courses are women while less than 10% of women are represented in galleries. LGBTQ+ and persons of color are not even tracked. The Apostrophe exhibit encourages and promotes emerging student artists in this demographic from Whitworth University, Spokane Falls Community College, Gonzaga University, and Eastern Washington University. We are an Apostrophe, we are that missing information.