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2014 MFA + MDes Thesis Exhibition poster
Henry Art Gallery
24 May 2014 – 22 June 2014 The exhibition for graduating Master of Fine Arts and Master of Design students. The graduating students are John Blalock, Hesheng Chen, Rebecca Chernow, Jonathan Cook, Kathryn D’Elia, Joe Freeman, David Gress, Jonathan Happ, Andrew Hoeppner, Abraham Murley, Haeree Park, Hannah Patterson, Sandy Pawson, Jason Petz, Bradley Trinnaman, and Xinchen Xie. This year’s catalog is available...
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Incoming School of Art + Art History + Design Director Jamie Walker is pleased to announce that Scott Lawrimore has been named the first Director of the Jacob Lawrence Gallery, effective 01 July 2014. Please read the full press release here. Lawrimore is well known in the Seattle arts community and beyond. He is taking on an upgraded and re-imagined position at the helm of The Jake, which will be a pivotal role in the School. Read more
graduating students in caps and gowns
Room 130, Kane Hall

Thursday, 12 June 2014, 7-9pm
tickets required; see below All UW Art, Art History, and Design students graduating in Autumn 2013, Winter 2014, Spring 2014 and Summer 2014 are invited to attend the 2014 School of Art Graduation Celebration. SoA Graduation Celebration information is mailed and emailed to graduating students in mid-April. Students must register before...
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Christopher Ozubko
Consciously embracing change is how we evolve. Change is inevitable at the School of Art, and it is a given at the University. It is important that we keep current but to always acknowledge our history and our past accomplishments. Therefore, I would like to inform you regarding... Read more
Room 236, Art Bldg
Thursday, 21 November 2013, 4:30-6pm Additional information about this event is on the SoA Calendar.
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Works in Space by Kristine Matthews
Auditorium, Henry Art Gallery
Thursday, 26 September 2013, 6pm How do you take two-dimensional design into a three-dimensional world? How do you invite your audience into a two-way conversation? And how do you create high impact work with minimal impact on the environment? Visual Communication Design faculty member Kristine Matthews focuses on these questions in her professional design practice, her design...
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During Autumn Quarter 2013, the School of Art has several faculty being considered for tenure and promotion. A series of lectures and exhibits has been organized to highlight their work. All exhibits are in the Jacob Lawrence Gallery; hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 12-4pm. Five of the six lectures are in the Henry Art Gallery auditorium; Wang’s lecture is in the Art Building. All lectures start at 6pm. Seat reservations are recommended for the lectures at the Henry Art Gallery. Kristine... Read more
6-7:30pm | Thursday, September 19, 2013
Seattle Art Museum, 1300 First Ave, Seattle Visual Communication Design faculty member and Donald E. Petersen Professor in the Arts Karen Cheng will give a talk titled “Designing Data,” which will present and discuss a wide range of data graphics, touching upon the nature of the design process, and the hidden poetry and beauty within these information...
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Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Art Bldg
18 September 2013 – 04 October 2013
reception: Tuesday, 01 October, 4-7pm Visual Communication Design faculty member Kristine Matthews focuses on design for spatial environments: exhibitions, installations, wayfinding systems, campaigns, and public consultation projects. Sustainability underpins her design thinking: her experiments with new materials and new methodologies...
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Kristine Matthews designed visitor center
Division of Design faculty member Kristine Matthews has received an SEGD (Society for Environmental Graphic Designers) Global Design Merit Award for her work on the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center. Matthews received the award on 08 June 2013 at the SEGD annual conference in San Francisco along with Alan Maskin of Olson Kundig Architects, who collaborated on the three year development of the 11,000 square-foot Visitor Center. Cassie Klingler (MFA 2008) works at... Read more

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