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Connect with the UW community every week through public events and exhibitions! This week you can attend gallery exhibitions and watch recorded events.Connect with the campus while enjoying summer vacation UW live webcam Of Red Square and Quad.
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Audrey Desjardins: Data Timer Ginary
September 21st-October 9th | Jacob Lawrence Gallery
NS Jacob Lawrence Gallery I will gladly give you a present Audrey Desjardins: Data Timer GinaryFeaturing works of Audrey Desjardins, University of Washington Faculty of Arts + Art History + Design Interaction Design Associate Professor..of Data timer, Desjardins introduces a series of poetic interactions with domestic data and explores familiar encounters between humans and things.
The exhibition features five projects by De Jardin. Data epic, Fiction writers use data from home Internet of Things devices to create short stories for residents to read. Voice and emptinessA performance and experimental artistic research project transcodes voice assistant data. Listening cup Embed a set of 3D printed porcelain cups containing a dataset of everyday environmental sounds. Alternative AvenueThe collaboration between Desjardins and resident occupants imagines what would happen if the Internet of Things was designed for a unique individual home. Strange interpreter Expand your encounter with data in your home context and encourage you to be directly involved in data collection and consider the hidden entities, infrastructure, and workforce that support connected devices.
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September 22nd 7–8:30 PM | online
Nogaku has been performed continuously in Japan for the past 600 years. Noh is the oldest surviving dramatic tradition in the world. Noh, like opera, began as a popular pastime that originated in simple plays performed all over the country at shrines and temples.
In the 14th century, Noh was promoted to advanced art by the efforts of great actors, playwrights and theorists Zeami (1363-1443) and the support of elite figures such as General Ashikaga Yoshimitsu (1358-1408). Did. Some rituals, some entertainment, and Noh were given privileged status by the Tokugawa Shogunate and were closely related to the culture of warriors. In the 20th century, Noh attracted the attention of Western theater enthusiasts and influenced contemporary poets and playwrights. Today, Noh is offered as an example of traditional Japanese culture. It is a masked dance drama that combines poetry, instrumental music, vocal music, dance, costumes, architecture, sculpture with delicate and unparalleled artistry.
This story by Paul Atkins, Professor of Literary Language, University of WashingtonProvides an introduction to this fascinating and dramatic form: its performance traditions, themes, history, and philosophy. Designed for those who are not familiar with Noh or Japanese.For those who see On October 13th, you will be even more satisfied with the performance and talk by the acclaimed Noh performer Munenori Takeda “The World of Noh”.
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Looking for another way to connect to UW? Check out this recorded asynchronous content that you can access at any time.
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Paris-based authors at this recorded event from 2018 International Ladino Day François Hazard Learn about Sephardim’s folk tales and a collection of his two stories, “The Jewish Parrot” and “I was fascinated by Sorika.” These are written in both Judaeo (Jewish Spanish) and English.Members of Seattle’s “Radineros” The Judaeo-speaking group will also perform the humorous Sephardic folktale “El Papagáyo Djudió” (“Jewish Parrot”), based on Hazard’s collection of folktales of the same name.
Engage in the arts of the University of Washington at your own time, out of the comfort of your own home. The event archive provides the opportunity to see the latest virtual lectures and performances, as well as recent digital exhibitions. father, Access Arts UW Events To see everything that comes.
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ArtSci Roundup: Audrey Desjardins: Data Imaginaries, What is Noh? A lecture by Paul Atkins, and More Source link ArtSci Roundup: Audrey Desjardins: Data Imaginaries, What is Noh? A lecture by Paul Atkins, and More