Regional & Community Relations

January 23, 2014

The crossroads of scholarship and the arts

Artemis exhibit

Under the Wings of Artemis, Academic Works of the UW Classics Faculty Reflected In Modern Book Arts is now on exhibit until Feb. 21, 2014 in the Allen Library Balcony and the Special Collections Lobby and Reading Rooms. Free. Please check the Suzzallo & Allen library website for hours and directions.


January 17, 2014

CUCAC Meeting Minutes – January 2014

CUCAC_Jan_2014


Free lecture examines strengthening our communities

Majora Carter

MacArthur “genius” Fellow  Majora Carter will present  “Department of HomeTown Security” on Wednesday, January 22  in Kane Hall, part of the Graduate School Public Lecture Series.  The lecture is free but advance reservations are required.


January 15, 2014

Free artist lecture series at the Henry

Sculpture by Allyson Vieira

Starting January 16th with sculptor Allyson Vieira and ending March 13th, the School of Art will present seven public presentations by cutting-edge creators and curators talking about their work. All presentations are on Thursdays at 7pm and take place in the Henry Art Gallery auditorium. Please RSVP online.


January 10, 2014

New book by UW English prof and best-selling author coming to the screen

Cast and crew of  “I Think You’re Totally Wrong: A Quarrel.”

“I Think You’re Totally Wrong: A Quarrel,” a forthcoming film directed by James Franco, is based on a new book by Professor of English David Shields and former UW student Caleb Powell, ’91. In the picture at right Shields is at center, holding the clapboard. Franco is to his right, Powell at his left.


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