The 17th Annual Exhibition of Student Work will run through June 11 at Shoreline Community College. Call 546-4774.
An exhibition of finished sculptures by the Northwest Driftwood Artists will be held May 17-19 at Bothell's Country Village. Admission is free, but donations are accepted for Inglewood Group Home. Call 362-6287.
The Wing Luke Asian Museum will open "Beyond the Rock Garden: Craft Forms for a New World" May 23. An opening reception is set for May 23 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Call 329-1225.
UW Master of Fine Arts candidates will be exhibiting thesis work at the Center on Contemporary Arts in Seattle from May 17 to June 12. An opening reception is planned for May 17 from 5 to 8 p.m. Call 543-0970.
Admission is free to the 9th Annual Best Show of commercial photography May 28-July 18 at the Art Institute of Seattle Gallery. Call 448-0900.
Selected works of Janice Maher and Lynda Rockwood will be featured at the Anderson Glover Gallery in Kirkland through June 9. Call 739-0303.
Interior Art & Frame is currently featuring paintings by Louis Anderson at their Kirkland gallery through May 30. Call 827-5234.
Color woodblock prints from Japan's "floating world" period are on exhibit at Carolyn Staley Fine Prints through June 29. Call 621-1888.
The Eastside Association of Fine Arts will present its 20th annual Juried Art Show at the Moss Bay Gallery in Kirkland through June 2. Call 488-9535.
An exhibit of historic ships in the Puget Sound area will be presented at the King County Gallery through May 30. Call 296-7580.
Kenneth Behm Galleries will feature work by Alvar through May 30 at the Alderwood Mall Gallery. Call 744-9000.
Bellevue Community College's Gallery Space presents "Down South, Up North" through May 23. Call 641-2632.
The Meydenbauer Convention Center will host the annual invitational show of Signature members of the NW Watercolor Society through June 9. Call 454-6605.
The unique works of Dillon Works! Inc. will be featured through May 22 at the Art Institute of Seattle. Call 448-0900.
Seattle University's Patricia Wismer Center for Women is exhibiting a collection of terra cotta pottery pieces created by the Sasak women of Lombok, Indonesia, through May 31. Call 296-2524.