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ArtSci Roundup: Miha Sarani exhibition opening, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy R. Sherman conversation, and more

Through public events and exhibitions, connect with the UW community every week! Highlights of current and upcoming exhibitions:  Until October 29 &…

UW News

ArtSci Roundup: Grammy winner Morris Robinson, Washington State Poet Laureate Rena Priest, and more!

Through public events and exhibitions, connect with the UW community every week! October 17, 1:30 PM | Guest Artist Interview – Morris Robinson,…

UW News

Chamber Dance Company shifts focus, reimagines repertoire in return to stage

Comprised of University of Washington graduate students, the Chamber Dance Company works to perform, record and archive dance works of artistic and…

UW News

Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month is a celebration of what unites us all

Across our campuses, and far beyond, Hispanic and Latinx Americans with a UW connection are changing the world – through teaching, scholarship,…

University of Washington, Office of the President

Henry Art Gallery Director announces retirement

Sylvia Wolf has served in her role since 2008.  

UW College of Arts & Sciences News

Henry Art Liaisons Find Their Voice

Through the Henry Art Liaisons program, UW students explore Henry Art Gallery exhibitions with museum visitors.

UW College of Arts & Sciences News

TURNING THE TIDE: Seattle’s waterfront is getting a major makeover — with a little help from the UW.

Norie Sato (MFA,, 1974) has been commissioned by the city to install one of seven new large-scale art pieces for the waterfront project.

University of Washington Magazine

UW, a jewel of Seattle, shines in global academic ranking

"UW professors and alumni are at the forefront of the arts, culture, philosophy and literature. They attract speakers and performers who contribute…

Seattle Times

What would it take for Seattle to become a hotbed for playwrights?

“Seattle is perfectly positioned to have a thriving fringe theater scene,” said Nikki Yeboah, who last year became the University of Washington…

The Seattle Times

'Be Water, My Friend’: A close-up of the latest Bruce Lee exhibition at the Wing Luke Museum

Bruce Lee was renowned for being many things: one of the greatest martial artists of all time, mentor, instructor, and all-star actor. He was also a…

The Daily


The 1998 drama graduate receives the nation's highest poetry honor.

University of Washington Magazine

Ada Limón Is Named the Next Poet Laureate

Ada Limón, a UW School of Drama alum, is the 24th U.S. poet laureate.

New York Times