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Alumni News – November 2021

Submitted on December 1, 2021 - 12:00am

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

Best wishes to alum Greg Kucera on his French — and palatial (!!) — new adventure. We, along with the rest of the Seattle art world, will miss him.
@seattletimes: Through hard work, shrewd choices, good luck and some courage, Greg Kucera built his Pioneer Square gallery into a leading force in the Seattle art world, championing important, largely local contemporary artists, and representing marquee names.

'Cachesphere,' a collaborative installation of recent works by alum Ben Hirschkoff and Philippe Hyojung Kim opens today @SOILArtGallery #FirstThursday

Alums Allison Collins and George Rodriguez are in the group exhibition 'Elements: Fire' opening tonight @fosterwhiteart

Alum Eirik Johnson will sign his newest publication, "Road to Nowhere" at Peter Miller Books, tonight from 5 - 7:30pm. "Road to Nowhere" is an artist book commemorating the last days and demolition of the Alaska Way Viaduct.

#BAMbiennial opens tomorrow at @WEareBAM, including work by Photo/Media Professor Rebecca Cummins, and alums Eirik Johnson and Dave

Alums Claire Cowie & Leo Berk walk through Niche Audience 5:30pm, November 18 @MadArtSeattle. Reserve your spot now or watch a livestream on MadArt's IG account:

Alum Elise Richman gives an artist talk at @univpugetsound's Kittredge Gallery Wed., Nov 17 at 5pm

An incredible gift to @artisttrust and Seattle from @UWalum Greg Kucera!
@TheStranger: On his way out, Seattle gallerist Greg Kucera leaves a big-ass gift:

Don't pass this opportunity up to tour "The Geography of Innocence" with alum Barbara Earl Thomas!
@iheartSAM: Join Barbara Earl Thomas for an intimate conversation in SAM's galleries this Sunday, 11/21, at noon as she speaks on the individuals, stories, and life experiences which inform her installation, "The Geography of Innocence." Get tickets now!

Our condolences to the family of @UWalum Owen Smith.