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Guerrilla Poster Campaign by Susan Mogul
This 7-speaker series starts on January 12 and ends on March 9. All lectures are free and open to the public, but registration is recommended. Sponsored by The Boeing Company. Read more
Beth Sellars by SWAE Photography
The School is pleased to present the 2017 Anne Focke Arts Leadership Award to Beth Sellars. Curator, artist, museum leader, teacher, and public art manager, she embodies the power of arts leadership. Read more
Poster for Utopia Neighborhood Club November 2016 Exhibition
A series of 2016–2017 exhibitions hosted by the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. Faculty work, student projects, and art by Jacob Lawrence are featured in separate shows. Several events accompany each exhibition. Read more
Banner headline for Arts Wire
Arts Wire was the 1989 idea of Anne Focke. She and four interns are sorting through the early records of Arts Wire. An Instagram takeover, exhibit, and podcast series launch the week of Feb 20. Read more
The Legend of John Brown 8 by Jacob Lawrence
This year marks 100 years since the birth of Jacob Lawrence. Seattle became his home in 1970 when he arrived to teach at the University of Washington. The University and the city are celebrating him in many ways. Read more
Mural at MOCA Los Angeles by Jonas Wood
A listing of alumni news as posted to our social media outlets during the month of January 2017. Most news like this goes onto our Twitter feed; you can receive it in real-time by following us there. Read more
Art Building entrance
Finalists for two full-time, tenure-track faculty positions — one in Art History and one in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts — are visiting campus. Each candidate will give a lecture. Read more
Akio Takamori receiving Mayor's Arts & Innovation Award
The School is sad to announce the passing of 3D4M Professor Emeritus Akio Takamori on January 11, 2017. He joined the School faculty in 1993 and taught until his retirement in 2014. Read more
Students at graduation
This event for graduating students takes place on Saturday, June 10, before the University's commencement ceremony. Tickets are required for attending students and guests. Read more
Jamie Walker
While the long nights, inclement weather, and state of the world could rightly challenge anyone’s enthusiasm for this winter quarter, I remind myself how fortunate we are to be engaged in the teaching, research, and creation of the arts... Read more