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Spring 2018 Newsletter

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Jacob Lawrence Gallery

While the Gallery is filled with graduation exhibitions in the spring, plans are already in motion for summer exhibitions. Mark your calendars now for the first one:

Megumi Shauna Arai

June 26 – July 14, 2018
Reception: Thursday, June 28, 5–8pm


Other News

3D4M Assistant Professor Michael Swaine is a member of Futurefarmers, and they have an exhibition titled Out of Place, In Place at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts from April 20 through August 12, 2018.

Strange Coupling announced the 2018 collaborative couples at a March 29 event. Read the list of pairs in our news post about this year's events.

Yoko Ott (BFA 1999) was announced in Artforum as the new executive director of Yale Union in Portland, Oregon.

Julie Alpert (MFA 2008) received a one year Roswell Artist-in-Residence Fellowship that began in June 2017, and she currently has a residency exhibition at Roswell Museum and Art Center in New Mexico.

Benita Cooper (BA 2000) is an architect/designer with her own firm. She also started a nonprofit organization named The Best Day of My Life So Far to support intergenerational engagement, which has a program site in south Seattle.

Alfredo Arreguin (BA 1967, MFA 1969) has his tenth solo exhibition at Linda Hodges Gallery in Seattle during the month of April.

Fanny Luor (BDes 2013) is an illustrator/designer for Dropbox, and she was featured in a Q&A on the company's Drop Everything blog site.

Shaun Roberts and Anthony Sonnenberg (both MFA 2012) each have solo exhibitions at Art Museum of Southeast Texas through June 3, 2018. Roberts' is titled Rebels and Renegades, and Sonnenberg's is titled Still Stage, Set Life.

Read March alumni news and the start of our April alumni news.


Contacts

Merith Bennett, Constituency Relations Officer, mab4@uw.edu

Jeanette Mills, Newsletter Writer/Editor, soanews@uw.edu

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