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Weekly Newsletter

The online Newsletter is sent out each Monday during the Fall and Spring semesters. Join the mailing list or view the archived issues.

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#gradspotlight / #futureartist

Student art is featured through the week on our Twitter and Instagram accounts. Share your class project, personal projects, anything you’re working on!

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Student Art Galleries

Are you a current UW/Art student? Submit your work for the Graduate Student Work and Undergraduate Student Work online galleries.

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The Artful Badger

Are you a UW/Art alumni? Join the Artful Badger community on Facebook to share your art, events, updates, and help us welcome new alumni!

 

 

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UW/Art Events

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Phoebe Kuo

Wednesday, April 14 @ 5 - 6:15pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Online at Blackboard: bit.ly/uw-art-talk Phoebe Kuo is a studio woodworker from San Francisco, currently based in Evanston, Illinois, who makes site-specific sculpture using traditional furniture-making...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Natalie Westbrook

Wednesday, April 7 @ 5 - 6:15pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Online at Blackboard: bit.ly/uw-art-talk Natalie Westbrook collages the world around her into vibrant expressions of acrylic, colored pencil, and cut paper shapes. Her inspiration stems directly from life...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Linn Meyers

Wednesday, March 31 @ 5 - 6:15pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Online at Blackboard: bit.ly/uw-art-talk Linn Meyers is an American, Washington, DC-based artist whose paintings, drawings, and site-specific works use repetitive applications of line and color hand-drawn...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Soomin Ham

Wednesday, March 24 @ 5 - 6:15pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Online at Blackboard: bit.ly/uw-art-talk Soomin Ham is a photographer and multimedia artist based in Washington DC area. Using reconstructed compositions, her photography, mixed media, and multimedia...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Katie Hudnall

Wednesday, March 17 @ 5 - 6:15pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Online at Blackboard: bit.ly/uw-art-talk Katie Hudnall is a woodworker, furniture maker, sculptor, and illustrator whose art practice is built on a curiosity with woodworking processes that spans from...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Zun Lee

Wednesday, March 10 @ 5 - 6:15pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Online at Blackboard: bit.ly/uw-art-talk Zun Lee is an award-winning visual artist, physician and educator born and raised in Germany who currently divides his time between Toronto and Charlotte, North...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Peter Burr

Wednesday, March 3 @ 5 - 6:15pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Online at Blackboard: bit.ly/uw-art-talk Peter Burr is an artist from Brooklyn. A master of computer animation with a gift for creating images and environments that hover on the boundary between abstraction...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Jes Fan

Wednesday, February 24 @ 5 - 6:15pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Online at Blackboard: bit.ly/uw-art-talk Jes Fan is an artist born in Canada and raised in Hong Kong, currently based in Brooklyn. Speculating on the fraught intersection between biology and identity,...