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Alumni News – October 2022

Submitted on October 31, 2022 - 11:42am

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

Listen to an Art2Life podcast featuring Jaq Chartier bit.ly/3UOCI0H

It's great to see @UWalum Onyx Montes featured in this article!
@newcity: When Onyx Montes got her first full-time job in her field—in the art museum world—she was grateful for the opportunity. She was also very green. #NewcityArt t.co/7HcufYBeF4

Rachel Wren has work in Invisible Attraction at Church of Heavenly Rest's Undercroft Gallery in NYC through October 23 bit.ly/3BU2RCv

Serrah Russell has work in Carbon at The Vestibule through October 15 bit.ly/3LX8Nj0

Read an article in Dovetail about the work of Margie Livingston titled "Landscape Painting" bit.ly/3Sq55kg

George Rodriguez is featured in a recent Clay in Color podcast bit.ly/3ChULoP

#WeekendSuggestion – Opening October 8 at Veronica is tied to the moon, tide to the moon by Stephanie Simek; it will be on view through November 26 bit.ly/3BZtTIZ

So happy to see the work of @UWalum Denise Emerson featured (and purchased!) by @4Culture for Indigenous Peoples' Day bit.ly/3ruLAep

Patchwork Dreamscape, the work of alum Allison Collins, is on view at Foster/White Gallery through October 22 bit.ly/3CcDX17

Bogosi Sekhukhuni is part of a design company named INFANT; they are showing furnishings at HOLDING Contemporary in Portland through October 22 bit.ly/3SHmowJ

The UW Rome Center published some alumni reflections not long ago & included Art History alum Theresa Maloney bit.ly/3UJbkRP

Love seeing this article about @UWalum Wes Hurley's work!
@creativecap: What happens when a Russian mail-order bride moves to Seattle with her closeted gay son? You get Potato Dreams of America—@weshurley's darkly comedic autobiographical film. Hurley tells us about the ups and downs of making @Potatodreamsusa a reality. t.co/ds1GtOQL96

Carl Chew has five artworks that have been added to the @Whatcom_Museum collection & they're on view through January 8: bit.ly/3Cl252T

#WeekendSuggestion - Attend P3: The Painting & Poetry Project on Saturday, October 15! Among the artists are Gene Gentry McMahon & Connor Walden; get tickets: bit.ly/3SStXkq

Congrats to Peter Nesbett who is now the Director of Mitchell Gallery at St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland bit.ly/3USkwDx @stjohnscollege @artandeducation

Showing at Traver Gallery from October 6 through November 5 are "select exquisite works from important series" by @UWalum Dale Chihuly bit.ly/3CC8iYq

Read an interview with Yongqi Tang in @MaakeMag bit.ly/3M9Fslw She is teaching for us this quarter

Cable Griffith has a solo exhibition at Linda Hodges Gallery October 6 - 29 titled We followed the trail until we disappeared bit.ly/3BUk5Qg

Sheila Coppola, Gene Gentry McMahon, and Samantha Scherer are in the exhibition (a) relation of body to water at North Seattle College Art Gallery through November 4 bit.ly/3UTlI9t

#WeekendSuggestion - Even if it is raining, you can check out some of the public art at Seattle Center in this video; they included a piece by Norie Sato
@SeattleChannel: This weekend, grab those shades & head to @seattlecenter to explore the cultural campus' more than 40 pieces of public art. Our art correspondent Jed Dunkerley points out just a few of center's art treasures in @azwithnancyg: youtu.be/gcdDHt1vOTM

Opening Thursday, October 27, @photocenternw is Rewriting Art History with work by Hanita Schwartz & autumn quarter faculty member Natalie Krick; runs through December 8 bit.ly/3y26sgM

The @FryeArtMuseum is hosting a free artist discussion on Saturday, October 29, related to Door to the Atmosphere; 1 of the artists — Eden Seifu — studied Art History with us while getting her BA at UW; space is limited, so be sure to RSVP t.co/cx3alQlA3j

Join us for a reception on November 2 to celebrate Miha Sarani's Amends, an exhibition focusing on portraiture & his Slovenian heritage; it is hosted by the Jacob Lawrence Gallery in the Art Building and is available for viewing today through November 23 t.co/eqSjgED9x5

#WeekendSuggestion - If you are in Portland on Sunday, 10/30, join Team Howe for a discussion of the "Dakota Modern" exhibition & publication; the panel includes Kathleen Ash-Milby
@PDXArtMuseum: Event ticket includes exhibition admission: bit.ly/3SpKn37