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2021 Graduate Showcase spelled out in image
The School is pleased to announce the website documenting the work of our graduating graduate students. We are proud of their research and accomplishments. Nine MFA, one MA, one PhD, and four MDes graduates are included. Read more
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Six graduate students and four undergraduates were recognized with individual awards during our virtual 2021 Graduation Celebration. Four students also gave short presentations during the ceremony. Read more
It's the Water installation by Kristen Ramirez
This is a listing of alumni news as posted to our social media outlets during the month of April 2021. Most news like this goes onto our Twitter feed; you can receive it in real-time by following us there. Read more
Miriam Chusid by Ayianna Hopkins
Incoming Japanese art history professor Miriam Chusid explains her personal history with art. Read more
Jamie Walker
The marvels of spring have never been more appreciated than they are now: birds and blossoms abound, we are reveling in the extended daylight and a hint of warmth, and vaccines are giving us hope… Read more
Sangram Majumdar
The School is pleased to announce the hiring of one new faculty member for each of our divisions: Sangram Manjumdar (Painting + Drawing), Miriam Chusid (Japanese Art History), and Meichun Liu (Industrial Design). Read more
Kollar American Art Lecture Reception, spring 2016
Gifts from our generous donors — individuals, foundations, and organizations — are critical to the success and morale of the School. We are deeply grateful for their support. Join them by selecting one of our top funds for your donation. Read more
Ever Given by Mary Iverson
This is a listing of alumni news as posted to our social media outlets during the month of April 2021. Most news like this goes onto our Twitter feed; you can receive it in real-time by following us there. Read more
Ron Chew
The recipient of this year's award is Ron Chew, a lifelong Seattleite who has made significant cultural contributions to the city. An online event to celebrate him takes place on Friday, May 14, starting at 6pm. Read more
Juliet Sperling
Art History Assistant Professor Juliet Sperling began teaching at UW in autumn 2020. She also quickly started researching Jacob Lawrence, the famous artist who taught in the School and after whom our gallery is named. Read more

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