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Perspectives Newsletter May 2019

Kemi Adeyemi in the Jacob Lawrence Gallery
The Black Embodiments Studio examines how definitions of blackness are produced and expressed through the arts. Read More
David Armstrong stands at the front doors of the 5th Avenue Theater.
A new course highlights how disenfranchised communities created a distinctly American art form. Read More
UW doctoral student Paul Tubig (right) with South Seattle College mentor Anthony Ferrucci.
Through a Simpson Center program, UW doctoral students explore the challenges and benefits of teaching at a two-year college. Read More
Middle school students at a Pi Day math fair.
Graduate students in applied mathematics bring their excitement to math events at K-12 schools. Read More
“We want the arts to be part of the DNA of every student’s experience." – Catherine Cole, Divisional Dean of the Arts. Read More
Gillian Harkins
A roundup of recent awards in the College of Arts & Sciences. Read More