A graduation exhibition for honors students in the Interdisciplinary Visual Arts Program as well as selected other students will be held April 16-26 at Jacob Lawrence Gallery in the Art Building. Free. Check website for hours.
An award-winning Senegalese hip-hop group will discuss the role of hip-hop in political and social change on Friday, April 11 at the Samuel E. Kelly Cultural Center. The discussion will be followed by a live performance. Organized by the Division of French & Italian Studies.
The D Center at the University of Washington is sponsoring the first annual “D Week” to educate the community about Deaf and Disability culture. All events are free, and both voice and American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting and captioning will be provided. Tonight, don’t miss Aurora Levins Morales, writer, poet, activist, and historian, speaking at 6:30
UW Science Now, which trains University of Washington graduate students to communicate their research to the general public, kicks off with two speakers at Seattle’s Town Hall April 9 and 11.
Join University of Washington scientists and researchers for the fifth annual Paws-on Science: Husky Weekend at Pacific Science Center on April 4–6, 2014. Watch this video to learn more about exhibits and hands-on activities from 49 UW programs at this family-friendly event, and bring your Husky Card or UW Alumni Association Member Card to receive
On Tuesday, April 8, join UW’s Joint Center for Aerospace Technology Innovation for a panel discussion, Aerospace: Can we become as productive as our forefathers? This event is free and open to the public and will be held from 7-9 pm at the Museum of Flight.
Don’t forget to save the first weekend of April for the annual Elisabeth C. Miller Library Garden Lovers’ Book Sale. This Saturday event is free and open to the public, with all proceeds benefiting the Miller Library.
“School Photos and Their Afterlives: A Comparative Jewish Perspective” will examine the historical, memorial, and aesthetic dimensions of school photographs from a comparative Jewish perspective in lectures by Dr. Marianne Hirsch and Dr. Leo Spitzer on March 31 and April 2 in Kane Hall. To guarantee a seat, please reserve tickets in advance here.
The School of Art will host Mel Chin, an internationally known multi-media artist whose work can be found in very unlikely places and is intended to provoke greater social awareness and responsibility. Free and open to all, although priority seating will be given to those who RSVP.
Dr. Shirley Malcom (Zoology, ’69), head of Education and Human Resources Programs at the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington, D.C., will return to the UW on March 31 to present Education and Empowerment: Opportunity for Sci-duction, the annual UW Biology Mindlin Lecture. Free.« Previous Page Next Page »