2020-21 Virtual Exhibition Programs 

Through the 2020-21 exhibition season, Seattle University Department of Art, Art History, and Design and the Seattle University Art Galleries have worked remotely to pursue the Hedreen Gallery mission. During this time the physical gallery has been closed, but the small Seattle University Galleries team has worked directly with artists, students, and organizations to create flexible and responsive opportunities to share art and ideas. As the 2020-21 academic year comes to a close, we are pleased to share three video interview projects completed this year:

Red curtain with blue trim around the words, Short Run Slideshow Series

Short Run Slideshow Series

Runs Online Summer- December 2021

Sponsored by the Hedreen Gallery

Artists Skeena Reece and Dean Hunt on zoom screen, Skeena Reece holding a blue mask

Favorites 2021: Skeena Reece and Dean Hunt

Runs Online June 2021-December 2021

Sponsored by the Hedreen Gallery

a quad photo of zoom images

Distance Dialogues

Online starting January 2021

Sponsored by the Hedreen Gallery

Upcoming Projects 2021-22: 

Hedreen Gallery plans to reopen with limited capacity in Fall Quarter 2021. We hope you have a restful summer, and we look forward to seeing you in the gallery soon! Please follow Seattle University's updates about the COVID-19 response.


Past Exhibitions and Projects 


Lee Center for the Arts
901 12th Ave Seattle, WA 98122
(between Spring and Marion)
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Lee Center for the Arts (CNFA)
901 12th Avenue, between Marion and Spring | 206-296-2244
Open: Wednesday through Friday 1:00-6:00 PM

2 Hour Parking is available on the street and visitor parking is available in Seattle University parking lots.
The Hedreen Gallery is wheelchair accessible.

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations please contact Seattle University Galleries Curator Molly Mac. Two weeks advance notice of need for accommodations is requested.