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Arts in the News

Gabriel Solis Named Divisional Dean of the Arts

Dianne Harris, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, announced that Gabriel Solis will become the next Divisional Dean of the Arts, effective…

UW College of Arts & Sciences News

Seattle music producer brings home the Grammys

Seattle musicians had a couple of nominations but not many wins at last weekend’s Grammys. One producer who did bring home a Grammy is Steve Rodby,…

KUOW

What you need to know about mask, vaccine rules at Seattle-area arts and music events

JeeSook Kutz, director of finance and administration at the UW's Henry Art Museum, explains how COVID restrictions will impact visitors at the Henry…

The Seattle Times

New Huskies 2022 Arts and Sciences Events

Admitted students and families can engage with the College of Arts and Sciences through several department and program specific events over the next…

UW College of Arts & Sciences News

A Window into Art

When exhibition spaces closed due to COVID, artist and alum Anna Mlasowsky found another way to share artists' work.

UW College of Arts & Sciences News

The Poetics of Barbara Earl Thomas

In her work, artist and alum Barbara Earl Thomas "offers a lovingly tender elevation of Black people and their stories."

UW College of Arts & Sciences News

Immersive Van Gogh exhibits paint a new way of experiencing art

Marek Wieczorek, associate professor of art history, explains what was "lost in translation" in the viral Immersive Van Gogh exhibit.  

PBS

Q&A: Cuong Vu looks back at playing trumpet on new record by the late David Bowie

Cuong Vu, professor of music and chair of the jazz studies department, discusses his experience working with David Bowie on the album "Toy."

UW News

A Designer Reflects on "Making It"

Industrial design alum Adam Kingman demonstrated skill and creativity on the TV show Making It.

UW College of Arts & Sciences News

Portriats of Justice

School of Art alumnus Alfredo Arreguin (’67, ’69), discusses his artistic journey as the painter of three offical Washington Supreme Court…

UW Magazine

For percussionist Bonnie Whiting, any object can be an instrument

Bonnie Whiting, assistant professor of music, is featured for her work as a contemporary percussionist who finds music in everyday objects.

NPR

UW’s Chamber Dance Company celebrates 30 years of preserving and performing modern dance masterpieces

Hannah Wiley, professor of dance, is interviewed about the vision of the UW Chamber Dance Company as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.

The Seattle Times