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Alumni News – December 2021

Submitted on January 1, 2022 - 12:00am

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

Just a few more days left to see "Niche Audience" @MadArtSeattle, featuring work by Claire Cowie and Leo Berk! Closes this Friday!

Starting tonight at J. Rinehart Gallery, "OFF THE WALL" is an excellent opportunity to grow/start your collection! The exhibition offers over 150 pieces of original artwork by nearly 60 PNW artists — including a number of alums — each at $100. #artsUW

“Visiting the Familiar,” an exhibition of new paintings by Emily Wood, opens tonight @HarrisHarveyGal!
@HarrisHarveyGal: Exhibition Preview: Emily Wood - Visiting the Familiar - Opening Reception: Thursday, December 2, 6-8 PM

Check out James Harris Gallery's online exhibition, "Site Insight," featuring Claire Cowie and Mary Ann Peters.

Erik ReeL published 'Pterodactyl Cries: Art, Abstraction, and Apocalypse'

Congratulations to Hoa Hong and Kyler Pahang on receiving a 2021 Grant for Artists' Progress!

Kudos to Liliana Rasmussen for her recent project while working for Very Great — a treat pouch for Wild One.

Phoebe Coleman was part of the team @ORGEAR that recently designed the ActiveIce Sport Hijab. Thank you for making outdoor recreation more inclusive!
@ORGEAR: Available now, the ActiveIce Sport Hijab is built with UPF50+ cooling fabric for climbers, skiers, mountaineers, and outdoor enthusiasts.

Loving seeing two of our alums — Nathan Vass and Luly Yang — among @SeattleMet's list of 100 of the Most Influential People in Seattle!

We have extraordinary alumni — nominate them!
@UWGradSchool: Nominate a UW alum for the Alumnus Summa Laude Dignatus Award, the highest honor bestowed upon a UW graduate. Nominations are open to the public & due Jan. 31, 2022.

Another #uwsoa alum — Alfredo Arreguin — graces the cover of the #UWMag!
@UWalum: Washington state has the most diverse Supreme Court in the country. Alfredo Arreguin, '67, '69, paints portraits that showcase the judges' unique identities. #UWMag #SundayMag