August 2, 2012
Arts Roundup: Student art, ongoing exhibits — and natural science trivia
Should you want a break from the Olympics, UW arts are here for you. There are student art exhibits, a student-organized show of print arts and popular ongoing exhibits at the Burke Museum and Henry Art Gallery.
The Burke also is restarting its monthly trivia contest at the College Inn Pub — a sort of local Olympics of natural science knowledge, if you will, with beer.
Burke Trivia Night, 8 p.m. Aug. 2. Natural science, teamwork and beer make a great combination at the Burke Museum’s monthly trivia night for science buffs, culture gurus and museum lovers at the College Inn Pub. Test your knowledge of the natural world. Teams are limited to six players, and the cost is $5 per team. Also, Burke admission is free on the first Thursday of every month and the museum is open until 8 p.m.
School of Art exhibits. Work by two students graduating from the 3D4M (3-Dimensional Forum) with bachelor of fine arts degrees is displayed. Both exhibits are at the Ceramic and Metal Arts Building. Hours of the gallery are noon to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Friday.
- Trevor Foster, through Aug. 4. The exhibit is titled “Versimilitude.”
- Brook Stallings, through Aug. 11. Reception is 6 to 8 p.m. Aug. 7.
Seattle Print Arts exhibit, Aug. 9-17. An exhibition of work by members of Seattle Print Arts, an association of artists, arts professionals and collectors, that was designed, installed and promoted by students of Art 496. In the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. Exhibit reception 4 to 8 p.m. Aug. 10, at the gallery.
Exhibit: “Tangible Competitive Intangibles,” through Aug. 4. An invitational show in the Jacob Lawrence Gallery featuring the work of artists who have taught in the School of Art. These include Carol Adleman, Tina Aufiero, Carrie Bodle, Erin Burns, Michael Cepress, Claudia Fitch, Rumi Koshino, Perri Lynch, Anne Petty, Maria Phillips, Barbara Robertson and Ruth Marie Tomlinson. Curated by School of Art alums Claire Cowie and Robert Yoder with assistance from student interns.
“The Record: Contemporary Art and Vinyl,” through Oct. 7. The Henry Art Gallery explores the world of vinyl records from the 1960s to the present through sculpture, installation, drawing, painting, photography, video, performance and — of course — sound. Accompanied by “The B Side” in the Henry’s Test Site, which looks at the history of music production in the Pacific Northwest.
2012 International Conservation Photography Awards Exhibit, through Nov. 25. The Burke Museum hosts this exhibit of photographs by the winners of a biennial juried competition started in 1997 by nature photographer Art Wolfe.