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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

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UW/Art Events

Beyond Print

December 18 - 21 Artists: Mia Bentel, Sophia Bellora, Mac Bryant, Matthew Bowden, Yuheng Chen, Eliza Clifford, Bethany Dahl, Ivy Fung, Gracie Giese, Kayley Hackett, Tongzhou Han, Autumn Hardesty, Codie Heinemann, Alice Hennessy, Elizabeth Jortberg, Tsewang Khartheng,...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Mary Hallam Pearse

Wednesday, April 24 @ 5 - 6:15p 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Mary Hallam Pearse is a jewelry and metal artist who examines forms, uses, and meanings of the objects in an effort to build bridges between studio craft,...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Allan and Ellen Wexler

Wednesday, April 17 @ 5 - 6:15p 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Allan Wexler and Ellen Wexler are a collaborative team involved in projects that are interdisciplinary, including architecture, public and private art...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Dara Hartman

Wednesday, April 3 @ 5 - 6:15p 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Growing up in a family of makers, ceramic artist Dara Hartman was raised with paints, pastels, clay, yarn, thread, and fabric in her hands. The women in her...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Jennifer Crupi

Wednesday, March 13 @ 5 - 6:15p 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Jennifer Crupi is an artist and metalsmith who's artwork addresses the ways we communicate with each other visually, through body language. Her handcrafted,...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Portia Cobb

Wednesday, March 6 @ 5 - 6:15p 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Portia Cobb is a video artist and producer of short experimental documentary whose videos and installations have been exhibited nationally and...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Tom Burtonwood

Wednesday, February 27 @ 5 - 6:15p 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Tom Burtonwood (b. United Kingdom) is a Chicago-based multidisciplinary artist, curator and educator. He/they make art works that explore multi-stable...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Myers Berg Studios

Wednesday, February 20 @ 5 - 6:15p 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC As Myers Berg Studios, Tim Berg and Rebekah Myers' objective is to distill the stereotypical perceptions and associations within our culture into...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Catie Newell

Wednesday, February 13 @ 5 - 6:15p 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Using site-specific installations and photography as the main mediums of her practice, Catie Newell re-presents existing spaces through an obscuring of...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Anna Lehner, Kel Mur, Kayla Story

Wednesday, February 6 @ 5 - 6:15p 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC An MFA candidate in Glass, Anna Lehner's work explores aspects of geologic and human time scale through live data, glass, written word and soundscape. The...