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Practice arts where arts are practiced.

Discovery lies at the heart of our enterprise. Our faculty collaborate across disciplinary boundaries, catalyze creativity in the classroom, cultivate artistic excellence in the studio, illuminate in their writings how art makes meaning, and contribute to the cultural vitality of our world. Arts faculty, with the active participation of our graduate and undergraduate students, continuously expand the frontiers of knowledge through their creative productions and scholarly research. Nationally and internationally acclaimed, our award-winning faculty also collaborate with local and regional artists and cultural organizations, helping to make Seattle a place where the arts are widely practiced. With over a hundred distinguished artists and scholars, the Arts’ faculty possesses a remarkable range of expertise, connections, and experiences, collectively offering students exceptional access to the breadth, depth, and dynamism of the arts.

Highlighted Faculty

Drama

Nikki Yeboah

Music

Bonnie Whiting

Misc

Annabelle Gould & Whitney Lynn

Music

Ted Poor

A+AH+D

Mark Zirpel

DXARTS

Juan Pampin

Music

Huck Hodge

A+AH+D

Doug Jeck

Music

Cristina Valdés

Henry

Claire Kenney

Celebrating Pride Month

Celebrate Pride Month and the history, progress and power of the LGBTQIA+ community through a collection of works by College of Arts & Sciences…

UW College of Arts & Sciences News

A Fresh Voice in Theater

Despite the pandemic, Darby Sherwood (BA, Drama; Political Science minor, 2022) graduated with a robust resume that includes directing, acting, and…

UW College of Arts & Sciences News

Singing through the pandemic: UW Choirs celebrate a year back from the pandemic

The UW Choirs celebrated graduating seniors and finished their final concert of the first fully in-person performance year since the start of the…

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Robyn Orlin: And so you see…

Sep. 30 - Oct. 1, 2022

Robyn Orlin

A journey through the seven deadly sins in a “requiem for humanity”

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Oct. 6, 2022

Cuarteto Latinoamericano

Exploring connections in Mexican visual art, history, culture and music

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Oct. 7, 2022

Gabriel Kahane

One of the finest, most searching songwriters of the day

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