The Division of Art offers a diverse education in the visual arts. Each major in the SoA is designed to allow students to develop their intellectual and creative strength, and plan for future careers in the visual arts.
On October 16, Artist Trust announced the two winners of their 2014 Arts Innovator Awards, and Rodrigo Valenzuela (MFA 2012) was one of them…
On October 16, we recognized undergraduate and graduate students who were awarded scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year…
The Bellevue Arts Museum opens this year’s biennial exhibition on October 31. Among the artists in the show are 3D4M Professor Amie McNeel and five alumni…
Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Art Bldg
October 15 – November 15, 2014
The Slide Library moved into room 120 of the Art Building in the late 1960s and expanded into room 122 sometime in the 1980s. Many alumni will remember the inhospitable front door of the Slide Library with its sign that said “Faculty Use Only.” While that policy changed later, many students were afraid to open the door and see what was inside.
Four new staff have joined us this year, and two new faculty are here for the 2014-2015 academic year.
The Nebula Project has supported a number of classes and events in the last two years. Among those is the spring quarter ART 590, Interdisciplinary Graduate Seminar in Contemporary Practices, which all first-year MFA students attend. Scott Lawrimore
MadArt’s newest free public art exhibit, consisting of 12 large-scale works, will be on the UW campus from Sep 13 – Oct 25. Many of the artists are our alumni; students, faculty, and staff have also been involved.