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This trembling turf by Mary Ann Peters
This Jacob Lawrence Gallery exhibition presents the work of artists recovering the unwritten histories of immigrant communities shown alongside the work of contemporary poets. Opens July 7 and runs through August 18. Read more
Familiar Faces & New Voices exhibition at Tacoma Art Museum
An exhibition at Tacoma Art Museum surveys Northwest art in their permanent collection. Eighteen of the sixty artists are School alums and/or faculty. The exhibition remains on view through summer 2019. Read more
Aerial view of Seattle Art Fair
The School is once-again a cultural partner of the Fair. There are a number of School-related people who have work being shown at the Fair as well as at Seattle-area exhibitions during the Fair. Read more
Oceans Away by Lydia Bassis
This is a listing of alumni news as posted to our social media outlets during the month of June 2017. Most news like this goes onto our Twitter feed; you can receive it in real-time by following us there. Read more
Tent interior by Eirik Johnson
In the second half of June, 4Culture announced its 2017 Art Projects grants to individuals. Three alums received funding: Eirik Johnson, Paul Komada, and Margie Livingston. Read more
Traver Gallery 40th Anniversary Exhibition
Traver Gallery in Seattle is celebrating its fourtieth anniversary with a July exhibition that includes more than forty artists. Among them are three faculty, the School's Director, and one alum. Read more
Aaron Flint Jamison
Photomedia Assistant Professor Aaron Flint Jamison was selected as one of five 2017 Hallie Ford Fellows in the Visual Arts. An exhibition at Pacific Northwest College of Art displays the work of the fellows. Read more
Untitled by Whiting Tennis
The Whatcom Museum is showing the second Bellingham National Juried Art Exhibition until September 10. Sixty artworks by twenty-nine artists from around the country are on view. Four are our alums. Read more
Scarlett Strauss
Many of our undergraduates do interesting and amazing things. Here are just a few examples of students and recent graduates furthering their education and experience in different ways. Read more
Microscopic image from Wordeman Lab website
The UW Simpson Center for the Humanities recently announced its Spring 2017 Awards to support work during the 2017-2018 academic year. Three people from the School are involved in these projects. Read more

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