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Operations and teaching are online. Current and prospective students: please visit our COVID-19 Updates pages. Faculty and staff are available via email.
Individual, no-contact viewing at Jacob Lawrence Gallery
Beginning on September 30, 2020, visitors may again view exhibitions at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. There are a few steps to follow in order to take advantage of this opportunity during the gallery's normal hours. Read more
Aerial view of The Quad
The School of Art + Art History + Design is excited to announce an opportunity for three faculty appointments, representing each division within the School. Application deadlines vary. Read more
Notes on the Unseen banner image
The Jacob Lawrence Gallery is pleased to present artwork by nine graduate students. The exhibition will be on view from October 28 through November 14, 2020. Individual, no-contact viewing appointments are available. Read more
Still from Bentonville forecast by Ariel René Jackson
The Jacob Lawrence Gallery is thrilled to announce that Ariel René Jackson will be the 2021 Jacob Lawrence Legacy Resident. Jackson’s film-based multidisciplinary practice considers land and landscape as sites of internal representation. Read more
Jamie Walker
It was a summer like no other. A reduced schedule of classes was all taught online and most staff worked remotely. Only a handful of faculty, staff, and graduate students were to be found in our buildings… 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
Crossing by Katie Miller
This is a listing of alumni news as posted to our social media outlets during the month of October 2020. Most news like this goes onto our Twitter feed; you can receive it in real-time by following us there. Read more
Aliyah Baruso
COVID-19 prevention efforts resulted in UW classes going online in March, and it is impossible to know when in-person classes will again be the norm. We asked a few students to write about their experiences in online classes. Read more
Tamar Benzikry
Benzikry received her bachelor's degree in 2005 with majors in Art History and Jewish Studies. After two years of graduate study, Benzikry returned to the Greater Seattle area to begin a career in curating and coordinating art projects. Read more
Scholarship Reception
The School is proud to share this year's scholarship recipients. This includes awards to incoming freshmen / transfer students as well as those to continuing undergraduate and graduate students in all three divisions. Read more