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Arts in the News

New York's Roper Records provided the soundtrack for generations of dancers across the globe

Juilet McMains, drama professor, discusses the impact of New York's Roper Records on the music and dance industries.

Public Radio International

ArtsUW Roundup: Preserving Elephants in the Age of Extinction, Brian Brooks Moving Company, The Best of Everything, and more

This week at UW holds a plethora of opportunities to see art on and off-campus, on topics ranging from forgetten literature to innovative movement.

UW News

The 57 Best Things to Do in Seattle This Week: January 20-26, 2020

UW events such as UW Dance Presents and Burke NiteLife: Earth are featured on this list of the best things to do in Seattle this week.

The Stranger

ArtsUW Roundup: Low Brow/High Culture exhibit opens in the Allen Library, guest pianist Conor Hanick performs, and more

This winter offers a multitude of opportunities to see art at the UW, such as at the Henry Art Gallery and the Burke Museum.

UW News

The 2020 Critical Issues Lecture Series begins this winter quarter

The Henry Art Gallery will be hosting the "Critical Issues" lecture series, which "'creates space for people to be inspired collectively.'"

The Daily

ArtsUW Roundup: welcome 2020 with a celebration of Asian American writers, kick-off the Critical Issues Lecture Series, and more

Winter quarter brings a plethora of art opportunities to enjoy on campus, such as the 2020 SEAXSEA Film Festival and the Critical Issues lecture…

UW News

7 memorable Seattle theater moments of the 2010s

This round up of the best Seattle theater moments of the decade included several shout-outs to Drama faculty and alums.

The Seattle Times

Meet the artist: Painter Miha Sarani

Columns Magazine's June cover is a painting of Orin Smith by Miha Sarani

Columns Magazine

Can 48 Artists in 14 Rooms Capture Michael Jackson?

An exhibition at London’s National Portrait Gallery explores how contemporary artists have responded to Jackson’s complicated image.

The New York Times

Seattle playwright’s ambitious new drama is a warning for the future

Set in 2050, the play looks back critically on events in the 2020s, when the U.S. battle over immigration explodes.

The Seattle Times

Meet the artist: Painter Miha Sarani (pt. II)

Columns Magazine's June cover is a painting of Orin Smith by Miha Sarani.

Columns Magazine