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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)

See Amanda Sweet's recent paintings on the Shift Gallery website:

Watch a short video about Julie Alpert & her installation at the Facebook Seattle offices as part of the FB Artist in Residence program Also on Instagram

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 @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

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.

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! @UWArtSci @UWAPress #ArtsUW

Benjamin Hirschkoff is in the FishBowl Studio @SOILArtGallery from tomorrow (June 12) through June 15

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

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:

Lauren Grossman is the featured June artist for Platform Gallery:

Victoria Haven has work in PIVOT: Drawings at PDX Contemporary Art this month

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:

Did you know that @UWalum Angela Piccolo is the Visually Impaired Designer? Check out her Instagram feed + YouTube channel

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

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

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

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