Design for the Wild by Emma Teal Laukitis

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Exhibit – Chamber Music

Submitted on February 2, 2013 - 12:00am
ee oh lay by Jamie Walker
ee oh lay by Jamie Walker. 2013. graphite, acrylic on acetate.

February 9 – May 5, 2013
Frye Art Museum, 704 Terry Ave, Seattle

3D4M Professor Jamie Walker and Photomedia Instructional Technician Michael Van Horn (MFA 1987) are among the thirty-six Seattle artists that the museum commissioned to create new work responding to musical compositions based on James Joyce’s poetry book titled Chamber Music. This exhibition also documents the artists in the show. Among the participants are also one retired faculty member and multiple alumni. Below is a list of those people. If we have missed someone, please let us know.

Julie Alexander (BFA 1981)
Jaq Chartier (MFA 1994)
Carl Chew (MFA 1975)
Claire Cowie (MFA 1999)
Anne Focke (BA 1967)
Cable Griffith (MFA 2002)
Caroline Law (MFA 1974)
Margie Livingston (MFA 1999)
Norman Lundin, Professor Emeritus, Painting + Drawing
Mary Ann Peters (MFA 1977)
Serrah Russell (BFA 2009)
Norie Sato (MFA 1974)
Robert Yoder (MFA 1987)

The Frye Art Museum has planned a number of events related to this exhibition. The list can be seen by following the exhibition link above. At least two of the gallery talks involve alumni or retired faculty. There is also a lecture series titled “Then is Also Now: Toward a New History of Northwest Art.” Three of the five lectures include current or former School of Art people. The lectures involving current people will be listed separately on our calendar.