We are pleased to announce the lineup for our 2016 lecture series, Critical Issues in Contemporary Art Practice (CICAP)... As in previous years, CICAP is offered as a class to students at the School and as a lecture series open to the general public. CICAP brings artists and thinkers at the forefront of contemporary art practice to present their methods, raise questions, and engage with members of the School’s constituency and beyond... The School thanks The New Foundation Seattle for their generous support and partnership in making CICAP possible.
Art History Associate Professor Sonal Khullar has not rested on her laurels since completing her tenure and promotion process a year ago. If anything, her activities have increased. Read more to see a list of her accomplishments beyond teaching and learn about her second and third book projects.
Early in December 2015, links were added to Division of Design pages on the School website directing people to a new microsite documenting statistics about Design alumni. This is the culmination of a multi-year project spearheaded by Professor Karen Cheng and involving a number of students.
United States Artists, an organization based in Chicago, announced this year’s USA Fellows on November 10, 2015. Among the 37 selected from over 400 nominees was Ayumi Horie (MFA 2000). It is a huge honor to be selected as a fellow, and each fellow receives an unrestricted $50,000 award. Learn more about our previous recipients.
Instagram is a great way to dip into the daily life cycle of the School; from student work to gallery openings, our photo feed is a portal to the moments that matter. We are excited to add Instagram #takeover to the mix. Periodically, we will hand off the account to a student, faculty, or staff member. They will provide a unique perspective into the work, life, and ephemeral moments that make up the School.
Our first guest-poster was Paul Baughman, a second-year graduate student in Photomedia...Read more