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2020–2021

The Evergrey's Guide to the U District – Best hidden gem

ArtSEA: Emerging from our caves for Seattle arts events IRL

Six of Seattle's Top Arts Organizations Are Joining Forces to Beat This Pandemic

Jacob Lawrence Gallery accepting applications for 2021 BIPoC Graduate Student Curatorial Fellowship

Jacob Lawrence Legacy Resident Ariel René Jackson’s ‘Descendance’ balances intention and play

An Artist Residency — from Afar

Black Life Exploited for White Lies: Ilana Harris-Babou’s Long Con at Jacob Lawrence Gallery

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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