Open September 1, 2020, for Gonzaga Community ONLY by Appointment.
- Visits are limited to current Gonzaga University community members for educational purposes
- Appointments for individuals or groups of 5 people or fewer
- All visitors are required to wear personal protective masks or face coverings while at the Jundt Art Museum
- Visitors are required to sign in and provide contact information per county, state, and Gonzaga University required contact tracing efforts
- Faculty are invited to split their classes into groups of 5 students for back-to-back visits, and both self-guided and staff-guided tours are available.
Appointments are available Mondays through Fridays, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Please call Anna Stiles at 509-313-6611 to schedule an appointment.
- Appointments for the GU Community will be officially approved ONLY with a confirmation e-mail from a museum staff member.
The museum will publicize our plans, procedures, and guidelines for reopening to the general public when circumstances permit. Please also follow the Jundt Art Museum on Facebook or Twitter for up-to-date information.
Learn more about the Gonzaga University Fall 2020 Campus Reopening plan at ZagOn2020.
MATRIX PRESS: 20 YEARS OF COLLABORATION
August 28, 2020 – January 2, 2021, Jundt Galleries and Arcade Gallery
MATRIX Press was founded in 1998 by Professor of Art James Bailey, at The University of Montana-Missoula, for the purpose of education, development and promotion of printmaking and fine art prints while remaining dedicated to supporting the development of artists working within the printmaking discipline.
As part of its mission MATRIX Press brings in nationally and internationally known artists to produce limited edition prints in collaboration with students and printmaking faculty. Prints produced through MATRIX Press are available for purchase through the Print Studio with all proceeds going to benefit the continuing efforts to produce limited editioned prints and the education of students and the community with regard to printmaking. (from the Matrix Press website)
Richard Mock (American, 1944-2006)
Hemingway in Africa, 1998
Linoleum cut, 19” x 16”
Museum purchase with funds provided by the Fredrick & Genevieve Schlatter Endowed Print Fund