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2022 Graduation Exhibitions

Submitted on March 16, 2022 - 3:10pm

Each year the School proudly celebrates graduating Art and Design students — both undergraduate and graduate — with a series of exhibitions at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery and the Henry Art Gallery. Join us for one or more of these in April, May, and June.

Undergraduate – Art

The Jacob Lawrence Gallery features the work of students graduating from one of the School's BA in Art concentrations: 3D4M: ceramics + glass + sculpture, Interdisciplinary Visual Arts, Painting + Drawing, and Photo/Media.

Graduation Exhibition 1

  • April 6–16, 2022
  • Opening: Tuesday, April 5, 5–8pm

Graduation Exhibition 2

  • April 20–30, 2022
  • Opening: Tuesday, April 19, 5–8pm

Graduation Exhibition 3

  • May 4–14, 2022
  • Opening: Tuesday, May 3, 5–8pm

Honors Graduation Exhibition 1

  • May 18–21, 2022
  • Opening: Tuesday, May 17, 5–8pm

Honors Graduation Exhibition 2

  • May 25–28, 2022
  • Opening: Tuesday, May 24, 5–8pm

Undergraduate – Design

The Division of Design presents the work of the graduating Bachelor of Design (BDes) students from Industrial Design, Interaction Design, and Visual Communication Design.

Jacob Lawrence Gallery

  • June 8–18, 2022
  • Professional + Alum Night: Wednesday, June 8, 5–8pm
  • Family + Friends Night (public welcome): Friday, June 10, 5–8pm


Design Show website

Graduate – Art + Design

MFA + MDes thesis exhibition

May 27 – June 26, 2022 at the Henry Art Gallery | learn more


Graduate Showcase website – launching in June


As COVID-19 guidelines evolve in the weeks leading up to these events, we will continue to follow all relevant University policies. People planning on attending are expected to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms and MUST stay home if symptomatic or if instructed to isolate or quarantine by a public health professional.

We encourage all attending to activate the Washington Exposure Notifications - WA Notify app prior to the event. You may learn more by reading the UW Vaccination Policy and UW Face Covering Policy. The above information is subject to change based on the evolving COVID-19 pandemic and public health guidelines.