This is a listing of alumni news as posted to our social media outlets during the month of February 2021. Most news like this goes onto our Twitter feed; you can receive it in real-time by following us there.
This includes work by Brent Watanabe, Coley Mixan & Susan Robb! Get your free ticket now: ow.ly/vbGH30ruCEx
Seattle Office of Arts & Culture @SeattleArts: The FREE online premiere of "Solar Utopias" is 2/12/21, 7pm via @nwfilmforum. It will include all 12 films as well as a live streamed artist Q&A. RSVP at the link here and learn about the other artists: bit.ly/30SOHQa. Commissioned with @SEACityLight % for Art funds.
Listen to Maurice Woods talk about "Empowering the Next Generation of Black and Brown Designers" on a @UX_EdTech podcast ow.ly/Xuie50Dl7Fv
Professor Emerita and alum Patti Warashina is participating in a panel discussion on February 26 hosted by @potterynw ow.ly/Nmg250Dj0Rd
Now showing at Shift Gallery is The Uncertainty Principle with 2 of the 4 artists being alums: Stephanie Krimmel & Peggy Murphy bit.ly/3r2iPDf
Teaching Professor Timea Tihanyi had her work included in a new book titled Illustrating Mathematics ow.ly/ItJo50DldIA
A group exhibition @GKuceraGallery this month includes work by alums and former faculty: Chuck Close, Michael Dailey, Chris Engman, Jacob Lawrence, Norman Lundin, Alden Mason, Gene Gentry McMahon, Roger Shimomura, Michael Spafford & George Tsutakawa ow.ly/A5Jj50Dl7ck
ICYMI it's hard to believe that Greg Kucera is thinking about retiring! We wish him the best in the next phase of his life & we hope the gallery bearing his name will continue long into the future ow.ly/9fnE50DsV7U
Here's a fun way to learn more about the new Bellevue Arts Museum associate curator & @UWalum Lane Eagles: watch a video in which she answers 8 questions bit.ly/3s2okmO @WEareBAM
Into the Landscape is the February exhibition @HarrisHarveyGal; Tara McDermott is one of the four artists included bit.ly/3bX7xvQ
Congratulations to @UWalum Maurice Woods for being named as one of three Icons Among Us by Black Joy Parade ow.ly/kyFl50DA90g
Read this article about Kamla Kakaria in the International Examiner ow.ly/W9OQ50DAbod @iExaminer
A book published in the autumn — American Art: Collecting and Connoisseurship — has chapters by 2 alums: Graham Boettcher (Director of Birmingham Museum of Art) & Lauren Palmor (Assistant Curator of American Art at de Young Museum) ow.ly/ae3A50DAdFx