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April 20, 2012

Photo Friday: A time for learning, arts, family

News and Information

Bring your family: Sebastian Tramon, a UW graduate student in environmental and forest sciences, watches a performance with Pascual and Aila.

Bring your family: Sebastian Tramon, a UW graduate student in environmental and forest sciences, watches a performance with Pascual and Aila.Mary Levin/U of Washington

News and Information’s photographer Mary Levin has been capturing performers and festival goers. Look for a slide show of highlights next week. In the meantime, enjoy this handful of snapshots from the festivities.

The events are part of UW’s 150th anniversary celebration.

HuskyFest events are open to the public – and most are free – with events Saturday, April 21, especially designed for the general public including parents of UW students, youngsters and campus neighbors.

Check the event website for advice about getting to campus and a list of event sponsors.

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Learning: Find out about units on campus with hands-on activities and quizzes, such as the Social Work Wheel of Justice. Graduate student Carlo Quedado poses questions from one of the categories to Dongnghi Lee and Courtney Chai, as they attempt to win a prize.

Learning: Find out about units on campus with hands-on activities and quizzes, such as the Social Work Wheel of Justice. Graduate student Carlo Quedado poses questions from one of the categories to Dongnghi Lee and Courtney Chai, as they attempt to win a prize.Mary Levin/U of Washington

Music and art: A member of the UW student group Oceana Quartet during a Friday performance. Behind her is one of the art installations, this one called Crystalline Growths, on display in the tent pavilion on Red Square.

Music and art: A member of the UW student group Oceana Quartet during a Friday performance. Behind her is one of the art installations, this one called Crystalline Growths, on display in the tent pavilion on Red Square.Mary Levin/U of Washington