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Autumn 2023 Newsletter

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Congratulations to Assistant Professor Caitlin Earley for the publication of her first book, The Comitán Valley: Sculpture and Identity on the Maya Frontier.

Kathy Liao (BFA 2008) wins the prestigious Joan Mitchell Foundation Fellowship. Lios is one of 5 artists from across the United States who will each receive $60,000 in unrestricted funds.

The Art Zone features Camila Patha and her exhibit Camille Patha: Passion, Pleasure, Power showing at Tacoma Art Museum through Sept. 3.

Restauranteur, alum and Advisory Board Member Renee Erickson featured in the NY Times.

ORDINARY TO EXTRAORDINARY on UW Magazine features Nathan Vass (BA 2009). Vass talked about why he loves film photography as a medium, buses as a model for their cities and finding beauty in everyday things.

Ellen Lesperance is featured as one of three contemporary artists in Exemplary Modern, a special exhibition at Hauser & Wirth New York honoring Sophie Taeuber-Arp

ArtSEA: A playful barrage of collage at Seattle arts spaces on Crosscut features Seattle artist Cathy McClure.

Jerred Mace (BDes 2023) along with his co-founding collegues of OneCourt were named to Forbes 30 under 30 Local Seattle list. Mace is also a 2023 Husky 100.

In July, Photo/Media Professor Rebecca Cummins gave two talks: one at the international conference FEMeeting: Women in Art, Science and Technology, Taos Center for the Arts and another at the Harwood Museum of Art during a session on “Gender and ArtSci in the America.” In October, Professor Cummins will participate in the conference "Arts of Fugitivity" on the panel “Recursive Fugues: The Technical Image in a Digital Age” and will be exhibiting Annularity at Praxis Gallery at Oregon State University.


Leo Carmona, Media Relations Specialist, soanews@uw.edu