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Alumni News – January 2023

Submitted on January 31, 2023 - 4:01pm

A variety of alumni news sourced from social media, newsletters, emails, RSS feeds, and more. You can send your news to soanews@uw.edu.

Late Professor Emeritus and alum Glen Alps was creator of the collograph; an exhibition of selected collographs by him are on view at Davidson Galleries through January 31.

Stefan Gonzales is curating a series of three exhibitions at Das Schaufenster starting now. The first exhibition features the work of Photo/Media student August Ericksen.

Al-Tiba9 Contemporary Art recently interviewed Yongqi Tang; read it now.

Erin Elyse Burns is showing Obliterate the Subject at Gallery 4Culture from January 5 through 26.

Carol Adelman Kennedy is among the artists in Negative Capability: The Artist As Healer at Gallery 110 from January 5 through 28.

Professor Emerita and alum Patti Warashina is showing some of her clay sculptures at Bainbridge Arts & Crafts from January 6 through February 14.

The Window is a solo exhibition of oil paintings by Abigail Drapkin at the Magnuson Park Gallery; it runs January 19 through February 25 with an artist reception on January 21, 5-8pm.

Kathleen Ash-Milby is hosting a conversation with artist Jeffrey Gibson at Portland Art Museum on January 21 at 11am.

Megan Prince is showing Seeing Remnants in Life at Kirkland Library from January 18 through March 28. View the resource list she compiled and annotated for the King County Library System.

Gloria de Liberali is now a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Figuring Space at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia includes the work of George Rodriguez. The exhibition opened on January 12 and runs through April 16.

Debbie Reichard was hired by Princeton University in September 2022 as the manager of the newly constructed New College West Ceramics Studio. She was involved as a consultant overseeing the design of the ceramics studio, which is a "signature space" in this brand new residential college.

Stanley Hess, who has been the founding curator of the Valentinetti Puppet Museum in Bremerton for over 25 years, donated his personal collection of pop-up books to the Collins Memorial Library at The University of Puget Sound in Tacoma early in 2022.

The exhibition Prints 2 at Gagosian is showing over thirty prints made by Jonas Wood between 2018 and 2022. Exhibit goes from January 26 to February 25, 2023.

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