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Opportunities to Explore

Explore performances, lectures, and other Arts & Sciences events online this month. If you're looking for an on-campus experience, the Burke MuseumHenry Art Gallery, and Jacob Lawrence Gallery are open! (Check their websites for up-to-date guidelines for visitors.)

Here’s a small sampling of what’s happening in the coming month. 


Cruisin’ Around Washington

Through October 31
Burke Museum

This bite-sized exhibit takes you on a tour around Washington state as fossils come to life through the art of scientific surrealist Ray Troll. The exhibit is an extension of Troll’s work, complete with specimens from Burke collections. Free admission for Husky cardholders.

Drawing of salmon, with Seattle skyline behind

"Cruisin' Around Washington" is a Burke Museum exhibit featuring artwork by Ray Troll and Burke fossils. Media credit: Ray Troll

Northwest Modernism: Four Japanese Americans

Seattle Art Museum

Four of Seattle’s leading Japanese American artists, including former faculty member and alum George Tsutakawa (BFA, 1937; MFA, 1950) are featured in this exhibition. Special discount for students with ID and TeenTix members. 


Lux Aeterna

July 29 - August 28
Jacob Lawrence Gallery

The Jacob Lawrence Gallery and Northwest Film Forum present an online research platform and a gallery exhibition exploring the ways media production and presentation platforms shape our values and perception over time.


ArtsUW: On Demand


Engage with the arts at the University of Washington from the comfort of your own home, on your own schedule. With this archive of events, you can enjoy the latest virtual lectures, performances, and digital exhibitions.


Looking for more events?

Visit the UW Alumni Association website