"Nucleus" by Bruce Voyce was installed at Leona Libby Middle School in 2022.
Public Art in Schools
Each piece of public art in RSD schools belong to the state’s public art collection. These pieces are intended to inspire and engage students with the diversity of experiences and communities they live in. The Washington State Arts Commission coordinates the process for school teams to select artists and collaborate on the artwork for their school. Some artwork may be located in areas not accessible to the general public. Consider contacting the school site prior to a visit to ensure access.
"Tapteal Journey" by Melissa Singh Cole was installed at Tapteal Elementary in 2021.
"Solar Portals" by Michael Brown and David Cole was installed at Orchard Elementary in 2021.
"Tributaries" by Michele Gutlove was installed at Jefferson Elementary in 2019.
"Sacajawea Tapestry" by Cecilia Blomberg was installed at Sacajawea Elementary in 2018.
"Wildlife of Richland" by Jean Bradbury was installed at Lewis & Clark Elementary in 2018.
"Vista" by Sean Healy and Joe Thurston was installed at Marcus Whitman Elementary in 2017.
"Big World" by Mauricio Robalino was installed at Jason Lee Elementary in 2009.
"Flexibility" by Micajah Bienvenu was installed at Richland High School in 2007.