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Fall Quarter Events

All upcoming events will be held/hosted online through the end of the autumn quarter. Please visit museum and gallery websites for updates and visitor guidelines.

Arts in the News

ArtSci Roundup: So Far So Good, Conversation with Jorge Ramos, and Emily Levesque in Conversation with KUOW’s Ross Reynolds

During this time of uncertainty and isolation, find solace in digital opportunities to connect, share, and engage. Each week, we will share upcoming…

UW News

What to Do in Seattle This Week

From the University of Washington’s Jacob Lawrence Gallery comes a new exhibit of art created by nine graduate students from the School of Art + Art…

Seattle Met

BLACK AND CENTER: ARCHIVING INDIGENOUS AND BLACK FUTURES

What are the archival powers of the arts? How do the art archives decenter pasts and presents, and imagine more just futures? This article examines…

South Seattle Emerald

Jacob Lawrence Legacy Residency Announcement

The Jacob Lawrence Gallery is thrilled to announce that Ariel René Jackson will be the 2021 Jacob Lawrence Legacy Resident. Jackson’s film-based…

School of Art + Art History + Design

Outstanding New Initiative - 2020 Student Life Staff Awards

Student Life honors DXARTS, the College of Engineering, and Housing & Food Services with the Outstanding New Initiative Award for McMahon 8, a…

UW Student Life

New Seattle foundation gives $9 million to arts organizations — mostly for new work

In honor of Richard E. Lang and Jane Lang Davis, the Friday Foundation, a new Seattle entity, gave $9 million to nine Seattle arts organizations, one…

The Seattle Times

ArtSci Roundup: From Ally to Antiracist, Re/Frame: Abandoned, and more

During this time of uncertainty and isolation, find solace in digital opportunities to connect, share, and engage. Each week, we will share upcoming…

UW News

‘Ballet in the Cold War’ Review: Diplomacy in Dance

UW Assistant Professor of Mucis Anne Searcy's book is a study of 4 major cultural-exchange ballet tours at the height of the Cold War.

The Wall Street Journal

UW books in brief: Children’s books on STEM professionals, a courageous personal memoir — and UW Press looks back at 100

UW Press looks back on a century of publishing, featuring works by Quintard Taylor and Bill Holms. George Behlmer’s 'Risky Shores’ honored.

UW News

Faculty/staff honors: state dance educator of the year

Dance Department lecturer Etienne Cakpo has been named 2020 Dance Educator of the Year by the Dance Educators Association of Washington.

UW News

Diplomacy on point: Anne Searcy’s book explores role of ballet in US-Soviet Cold War relations

Music Assistant Professor Anne Searcy's research explores the connections between music, politics and dance.

UW News

Video: ‘Art game’ looks at the pandemic through an artist’s eye

Chanhee Choi is a multidisciplinary interactive artist and Ph.D. candidate in the UW Digital Arts and Experimental Media department. She’s creating a…

UW News