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Alumni News – April 2022

Submitted on April 30, 2022 - 1:06pm

This is a listing of alumni news as posted to our social media outlets during the month of April 2022. Most news like this goes onto our Twitter feed; you can receive it in real-time by following us there.

Read this! We and many others are very sad about the passing of @UWalum Kirsten Ramirez, and this is an important article to share
@Crosscut: Muralist and print artist Kristen Ramirez was known for her kaleidoscopic works and inclusive approach to art, and believed art is at its most powerful when shared with the public.

Congratulations to @UWalum mario lemafa who has won an @4Culture Arc Artist Fellowship!

Nice to see this exhibition suggested by @TheStranger
@uwsoa: The work of Photo/Media Professor Ellen Garvens, as well as Jodi Rockwell and Serrah Russell, is in heavy light @koplindelrio through April 23

Love seeing a large-scale work by Professor Emerita (and @UWalum) Patti Warashina out in the city!
@Crosscut: A new sculpture by Seattle artist Patti Warashina, recently installed in South Lake Union, is an oversized, playful piece: a woman idling on a platform in a pond within a public plaza. More on that, and arts around Seattle this weekend:

It looks like Eirik Johnson & Sherry Markovitz have work in Our Blue Planet at Seattle Art Museum through May 30; are there other alums? @iheartSAM

Sol Hashemi is showing After petal fall spray at Veronica through May 28

Amanda Sweet has a solo show titled Upwelling at Shift Gallery through April 30

Are you in NYC? Stop by @davidzwirner to see a solo exhibition by Shio Kusaka titled one light year; on view through April 30

Lisa Snow Lady is showing In and Out of the Garden @HarrisHarveyGal through April 30

Please read this excellent article about Thomas by Berette S Macaulay!
@UWArtSci: In her work, artist and @uwsoa alum Barbara Earl Thomas "offers a lovingly tender elevation of Black people and their stories."

Congrats to Teaching Professor Timea Tihanyi & Tivon Rice! Each has won a @SeattleArts 2022 CityArtist Award

Jaq Chartier is showing Remain in Light at J. Rinehart Gallery through May 7; a catalog accompanies the exhibition

Last year, Christie Tirado created a series of essential worker prints based on research done during a @SVMuseumofArt residency; those prints are now in the museum's exhibition The Mexican Graphic Tradition..., which runs through June 8