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Alumni News – May 2021

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Submitted on May 31, 2021 - 11:55am

This is a listing of alumni news as posted to our social media outlets during the month of May 2021. Most news like this goes onto our Twitter feed; you can receive it in real-time by following us there.

Happy to see Luke Armitstead's work in this solo exhibition!
@seasoncz: Up next: an outdoor sculpture show of work by Luke Armitstead! Alongside works like this (and bigger) there will be plenty of Luke’s unique pots for all your garden needs. Hope you can stop by Sunday May 16, 2-5 for WONDERLAND. bit.ly/2SU9X7J

See the work of Barbara Robertson & others in this bright May/June exhibition!
@ZINCcontempo: The COLOR CURE is here! Have you booked your appointment? - bit.ly/2TTUchi

#WeekendSuggestion One of the Seattle Art Book Fair co-founders (Tom Eykemans) is @UWalum
@SeaArtBookFair: Sat, May 15, 4pm: Join SABF co-founders with Emily Zimmerman (Jacob Lawrence Gallery; Monday Journal) for an open session offering feedback and advice for publishing projects at all stages. Learn more: seattleartbookfair.org

Happening TODAY (5/18) at 5pm is the 3rd Curating in Conversation event featuring Art History Assistant Professor (and alum) Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse with RYAN! Feddersen & Miranda Belarde-Lewis

4 alums have work in New Views @HarrisHarveyGal through May 29: Richard Morhous, Linda Jo Nazarenus, Lisa Snow Lady & Emily Wood bit.ly/3gOJ3pP

A painting by @UWalum Jonas Wood broke his own auction record last week; it sold for $6.5 million @ChristiesInc bit.ly/3d1tGsR

Jaq Chartier has work in an exhibition at the Esbjerg KunstMuseum in Denmark bit.ly/2Up3Rwx

Kristen Ramirez recently completed a public art project at an historic building in Olympia: bit.ly/3vQ3LuO

Shawn Landis & Jodi Rockwell created the Rockland Residency in 2015. This artist residency now takes place at Rockland Woods & they're raising funds for materials to build a treehouse that residents can use: bit.ly/33OBskS

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