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2020–2021

Six new Seattle art spaces defying COVID

College Museums Are in a "Moment of Reinvention"

Currently Hanging: "A Singular Post" by Stephanie Simek at Jacob Lawrence Gallery

2019–2020

Jacob Lawrence Gallery debuts volume four of MONDAY art journal

Video: Celebrating 20th century African American graphic designers

The Angels of the Artist Marisa Williamson

'Unsettling the settler': Artist Marisa Williamson distinguished with Jacob Lawrence Legacy Residency

Coupe’s 'Exercises in Passivity' explores our changing relationship with technology at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery

2018–2019

Video: The Wikipedia gender gap

Exploring Blackness through Art

Curating the Future

Jacob Lawrence and the art of radical imagination

In an increasingly expensive Seattle, artist residencies provide much-needed space and support

Danny Giles Draws a Black Frame Around Whiteness

Who Knew Ass-Eating Could Be Portrayed So Succulently?

8 things to do in Seattle

2017–2018

Artist Combines Photography, Sculpture and Japanese Rope Straw as an Open-ended Metaphor for her Bi-racial Identity

Feminismo en la Jake, Mi Tía Rosa y la Historia de Todxs

Visceral Experience

Archival Art: C. Davida Ingram talks centering Black womanhood, her solo art show at UW and growing up in Chicago

"I Want to Live in a World That Loves Women, Not Simply a Society That Doesn't Rape"

Re-Presenting Black History in Art

W.I.T.C.H. Way

Poetic Meditations in an Emergency

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