The art gallery is located in the Aspen Center on the Northland Pioneer College campus in Show Low and stages a variety of visual arts exhibitions throughout the year. Shows feature work from area high school students, NPC students and local artists.
Hours: Mon – Thurs: 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Fri: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(Closed during NPC holidays and closures)
All exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public.
Exhibtion Dates: August 25 - September 19
Closing Reception: September 19, 6-8 PM
Artist Talks: September 19, 7PM
This exhibition features work by local photographers, Deborah Austin and Stuart Holmes as well as ceramic sculpture by Perry Wray. Austin's interest in photography began in the darkroom at NPC. Her work has since evolved to use the digital medium, but retains its vivid portrayal of rich textures that make up the American West. Holmes' images illustrate his intrigue with color, light and value that characterize his dramatic scenes of regional landscape. Wray has worked in many artistic mediums, but finds himself continuously drawn to ceramics. His forms pair geometric and organic qualities, while celebrating the expressive nature of clay.
Calls For Entry
Annually Scheduled Shows
NPC Student Art Show is a juried exhibition held at the end of every spring semester that offers a selection of artwork from NPC students. A variety of awards are presented at a closing reception where students, faculty, friends and family celebrate the artistic accomplishments of NPC students.
Locally Grown is an annual juried art show open to all artists, over the age of 18, living in Apache and Navajo counties. The exhibit is held in the fall semester and features a wide variety of artwork from both students and community members.
Annual High School Art Show is a juried exhibition held every spring semester showcasing a selection of artwork from high school students in Apache and Navajo counties. By entering, student artists in their senior year
For more information contact gallery director Magda Gluszek at
(800) 266-7845, ext. 6176 or send an email.