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May 30, 2019
This week in the arts, visit a graduation exhibition, attend the premier of “Lynch: A History'” at SIFF, see “Nina Simone: Four Women” at the Rep., and more! UW NEWS
May 30, 2019
Tim Bond, UW's Head of Professional Actor Training Program and Professor of Acting and Directing, directs Antoinette Nwandu's 'Pass Over' at ACT Theatre. Crosscut
May 30, 2019
Sixteen UW students and alumni were awarded Fulbright U.S. Student Program scholarships for the 2019-20 academic year, and one has been named an alternate. UW News
May 30, 2019
The School of Art + Art History + Design annual MFA + MDes thesis exhibition brings together the dreamy and the practical to cohabit at the Henry Art Gallery. UW News
May 29, 2019
Wilson is One of King County's Very Own, growing up in Lake Forest Park and graduating from the University of Washington with a bachelor's degree in drama. The Stranger
May 29, 2019
Professor of Anthropology, Holly Barker, weighs in on the latest findings. Los Angeles Times
May 28, 2019
Andrew Nestingen, chair of the Department of Scandinavian Studies, weighs in on how Nordic culture has influenced Seattle culture. The Seattle Times
May 28, 2019
Why the ‘U’ is missing on the new Burke Museum sign. The Daily
May 24, 2019
UW Center for Philosophy for Children weighs in on the beenfits of introducing students to the world of ethics at a young age. KQED

May 24, 2019
<p class="rteindent1">UW Center for Philosophy for Children weighs in on the beenfits of introducing students to the world of ethics ata young age.</p> KQED
May 24, 2019
Recent notable books by UW faculty, several from Arts & Sciences. explore mindful international travel, men seeking work as day laborers, and activist teachers. UW News
May 24, 2019
Biology associate professor Greg Wilson unearths untold stories of early mammalian evolution. The Whole U
May 23, 2019
This week, stop by Graduation Exhibitions, attend IMPFest XI, featuring UW Jazz Studies faculty, students and seasoned professionals of international renown, and more! UW NEWS
May 22, 2019
James Turrell's Light Reign, at the Henry Art Gallery, inspires deep thoughts. It's also nice and shady. The Stranger
May 21, 2019
Sometimes when science gets a little stuck, art can come to the rescue. UW News
May 18, 2019
In 2016, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation made a generous grant that seeded the new Creative Fellowships Initiative. I Care If You Listen
May 17, 2019
MadArt's latest exhibition, Reflect and Gather, features work by Seattle-based ceramic sculptor George Rodriguez (MFA, Interdisciplinary Visual Arts, 2009). The Stranger
May 16, 2019
"There's a lot these companies should have reckoned with earlier," argues History professor Margaret O'Mara. CNET
May 16, 2019
Selim Kuru's love of literature all started with his mother, "she was an avid reader and had a library under lock and key and would release books for me according to my age." The Whole U
May 15, 2019
This week in the arts, partake in an audio augmented reality (AR) experience with hundreds of others on Red Square, explore the newly redesigned ARTSUW website, and more! UW News
May 15, 2019
Lynn Shelton (BA, Drama, 1987) talks about how she landed Marc Maron for her new movie. Crosscut
May 14, 2019
Scott Montgomery, a lecturer at the University of Washington's Jackson School of International Affairs, weighs in on the new ice breaker. Crosscut
May 10, 2019
Cellist Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir performs with orchestras and smaller ensembles all around the globe and teaches at the University of Washington in Seattle. Chicago Reader
May 9, 2019
Rainn Wilson (BA, Drama, 1989) gained fame as Dwight Kurt Schrute III on NBC sitcom The Office , but not many know that the actor is a born-and-bred Seattleite. KIRO Radio
May 8, 2019
This week in the arts, examine up-close a selection of Peruvian textiles from the Henry’s collection, attend a lecture about Nordic innovation at the Nordic Museum, and more! UW News

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