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Alumni News – June 2020

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Submitted on June 21, 2020 - 1:51pm

This is a listing of alumni news as posted to our social media outlets during the month of June 2020. Most news like this goes onto our Twitter feed; you can receive it in real-time by following us there.

Erin Elyse Burns is in the FishBowl Studio @SOILArtGallery through tomorrow (6/10) ow.ly/KxmN50zO46n

See Amanda Sweet's recent paintings on the Shift Gallery website: ow.ly/mK5U50zO2xg

Watch a short video about Julie Alpert & her installation at the Facebook Seattle offices as part of the FB Artist in Residence program ow.ly/7wn850zO4y0 Also on Instagram ow.ly/txG250zO4xZ

ICYMI the @4Culture 2020-2021 gallery season will include Erin Elyse Burns, Lucy Copper & Sara Osebold (part of JoSaTo) as well as Photo/Media Professor Rebecca Cummins with soon-to-be alum Stephanie Simek ow.ly/H6XE50zO3Oz @UWArtSci #ArtsUW

Watch a walk-through of Bury the Hatchet: Prayer for My P'ah-Be @PDXArtMuseum narrated by Kathleen Ash-Milby, Curator of Native American Art bit.ly/2V6Ftgy

Sharing some of Seattle's art collection; this piece is by Eirik Johnson
@SeattleArts: Seattle Waterfront Study #1 by Eirik Johnson, Archival pigment print, 2014. Purchased with @seattledot's 1% for Art funds. bit.ly/3fQEY1Y

We're excited about this new book, Unsettling Native Art Histories on the Northwest Coast, co-edited by Art History Assistant Professor (and alum) Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse! ow.ly/yU4u50A24VL @UWArtSci @UWAPress #ArtsUW

Benjamin Hirschkoff is in the FishBowl Studio @SOILArtGallery from tomorrow (June 12) through June 15 ow.ly/8PmO50zO4ag

SF Design Week is virtual this year, so you can be anywhere to hear @UWalum Maurice (Mo) Woods speak tomorrow
@InneractProject: SF Design Week begins today! Don't miss our very own Mo Woods @dlrowseom at 11am on Tuesday reppin IP and our Theory of Change #Design4All buff.ly/2UMKL0u

Tomorrow night (6/23) Eirik Johnson is sharing "images, stories, and sounds from these and other long-term projects following the unique connections between the human and the natural world" in this online @atlasobscura event: bit.ly/3165PmJ

Lauren Grossman is the featured June artist for Platform Gallery: ow.ly/CZz950AdMAU

Victoria Haven has work in PIVOT: Drawings at PDX Contemporary Art this month ow.ly/303i50AdLy9

Reflections is an exhibition @kirklandarts that includes works by Cable Griffith, Gail Grinnell, Liza Halvorsen, Cheryll Leo-Gwin, Alden Mason, George Rodriguez & Patti Warashina (who have we missed?); check out the very cool virtual tour: ow.ly/wCUT50AdMuT

Did you know that @UWalum Angela Piccolo is the Visually Impaired Designer? Check out her Instagram feed ow.ly/5TEY50zO3Ai + YouTube channel ow.ly/4aEO50zO3Ah

George Rodriguez was featured in episode 16 of the #KeepMakingArt video series hosted by Courtney J. Boddie: ow.ly/JHam50AdNwX

How wonderful to see The Salmon Sisters (with @UWalum Emma Teal Laukitis at right) on the cover of Pacific NW Magazine yesterday! ow.ly/rJK150Al735 @seattletimes

Read a conversation between Triple Candie (Shelly Bancroft & Peter Nesbett) & @PDXArtMuseum curator Sara Krajewski about Being Present, an exhibition curated by Triple Candie ow.ly/sdwr50AdN1D

Julia Harrison has been selected to create an interior public art installation at the Miller Community Center on Capitol Hill ow.ly/uiII50AeIqY @SeattleArts

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