UW News

September 20, 2019

ArtsUW Roundup: Visit Arts Buzz at Dawg Daze, buy tickets to the Burke Opening Weekend, and more

In the arts, attend an opening reception at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery, hear from School of Art + Art History + Design faculty, visit the Allen Library for a concert, and more!


School of Art + Art History + Design Faculty Lectures

Six faculty members will each give presentations during autumn quarter as part of the promotion process. They are listed below in order of date. All lectures take place in the Art Building.

Free | More info

Navigating Uncertainty
Jason Germany
, Assistant Professor, Industrial Design
September 26, 4:30 pm | Room 227/229

Reading and Writing at the Scene of Political Failure: Language in Experimental Art in Yugoslavia, 1976-80
Adair Rounthwaite
, Assistant Professor, Art History
September 26, 6 pm | Room 003


DAWG DAZE: ART BUZZ

September 25, 9 – 11:30 am | Meany Center

Do-nut miss your opportunity to take part in the Arts! At this Dawg Daze event, UW students will have the opportunity to:

  • Spin the wheel for ArtsUW prizes and tickets to performances
  • Pick up a free membership to the Henry Art Gallery
  • Eat free donuts and drink free coffee
  • AND MORE!

Free | More info


Exhibition: Composite Gestures

Opening Reception: September 25, 5 – 7 pm | September 26 – October 12 | Jacob Lawrence Gallery

This exhibition features the recent work of three faculty members in the University of Washington Division of Design: Jason Germany, Assistant Professor of Industrial Design; Annabelle Gould, Associate Professor, Visual Communication Design; and Axel Roesler, Associate Professor, Interaction Design. Together, their work invites viewers to explore the impact of design on everyday life through key areas of industrial design, publication design, and interaction design.

Free | More info


Fourth Wednesday Concert Series: Harriet Wong (piano)

September 25, 12:30 pm | North Allen Library Lobby

UW Music student Harriet Wong, piano, performs in this lunchtime concert series co-hosted by UW Music and UW Libraries.

Free | More info


New Burke Opening October 12th

Ticket sales are open for the New Burke Museum Grand Opening Weekend. Celebrate with multicultural music and dance performances, family-friendly activities, and food trucks.

Off The Rez food truck will open it’s first brick-and-mortar location in the new Burke café space.

Tickets are $0 – $22 | More info


Exhibition | The Quest for the Beautiful Book: William Morris and the Kelmscott Press

July 8 – October 25 | Allen Library South Basement

Immerse yourself in the influences on Morris and his creative artistic work in textiles, stained glass, furniture, wallpaper, ceramics and ultimately type designing and letterpress printing. Morris’ extensive output of poems, heroic stories and essays will be featured. His influences include medieval manuscripts, historic architecture, the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, socialism, John Ruskin, early literary sources, nature, and his complex personal and public life. In his 62 years, Morris amassed a large body of artistic work.

This exhibit complements and coincides with Seattle Art Museum’s Victorian Radicals From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts and Crafts Movement, which closed Sept 8. Curated by Sandra Kroupa, Book Arts and Rare Book Curator, this is the first time the Libraries has exhibited on William Morris since 1995.

Free | More info

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