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Holding Fire 2 by Barbara Earl Thomas
This is a listing of alumni news as posted to our social media outlets during the month of March 2021. Most news like this goes onto our Twitter feed; you can receive it in real-time by following us there. Read more
Still composite from GUILLOTINÆ WannaCry, Act Yellow: BreakRoom by Sofía Córdova
The spring quarter part-time faculty are Sofía Córdova, Joe Costello, Melanie Enderle, Stefan Gonzales, Thomas Ham, Nadia Jackinsky Sethi, Justin Lund, Oscar Murillo, Nkiruka Oparah, Dan Paz, Charles Stobbs, Scott Tsukamaki, Ryan Weatherly, Lena Tseabbe Wright, Jayme Yen, and Shuo Yin. Read more
Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse
Art History Assistant Professor Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse taught a winter quarter 2021 microseminar for graduate students titled First Nations Art, Resistance, and Governance: Haida and Kwakwa̱ka̱’wakw Art Against Extraction. Read more
Portion of 2019 Master of Design installation at Henry Art Gallery
Master of Fine Arts and Master of Design students — all graduating in 2021 and some from 2020 — are participating in this exhibition at the Henry Art Gallery. The exhibition runs from May 29 through June 27, 2021. Read more
Graduation Exhibition 1 in 2019
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. We have a combination of online and in-person exhibitions this year. Read more
Alexis Calma in Rome
Alexis Calma is a senior majoring in both Art History and English. She has taken advantage of study abroad in Italy, and she is pursuing the honors option in Art History. Read more
Graphic image of Art and Music Buildings
The Art and Music Buildings, located at the north end of the Quad, are receiving a long-overdue revitalization in the coming years.  Featured on The Daily  Read more
Juliet Sperling
Taught by Juliet Sperling, an Assistant Professor in Art History, this class centers around artist Jacob Lawrence. Read more
Marisa Williamson performance in Jacob Lawrence Gallery
An idea born six years ago will become a reality in the next two years. The result will be a more visible location for the Jacob Lawrence Gallery and upgrades for other spaces. Read more
Illustration of what students see and hear in Native Art of the Northwest Coast class
Assistant Professor of Art History Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse explains what it's like to be a student in her class, Native Art of the Northwest Coast, in this University of Washington Magazine article. Read more


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