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July 29, 2021
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.
Many of these online opportunities are streamed through Zoom. All UW faculty, staff, and students ZoomPro via UW-IT..
Unpacking form and function: Ceramic
August 12th 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM | Zoom online
Join Collection Associate Curator Dr. Ann Poulson And experts Professor of History Benjamin Schmidt They take a closer look at some great examples of design and decorative arts Henry Art GalleryPermanent collection. Professor Schmidt presents selected works from the collection and examines them from his own perspective. This will be followed by a Q & A session and casual discussions that everyone can participate in.
Until August 28 | Jacob Lawrence Gallery
NS Jacob Lawrence Gallery + Northwest Film Forum Proudly present Lux AeternaAn exhibition featuring 16 local, national and international artists working in a variety of media to explore the variability of media created and consumed using an ever-evolving platform.
At this exhibition, how technical, economic and cultural forces shape the way media is created, shared and experienced, and how that media embodies our aesthetics and values. Consider whether it is influencing. As we follow the technological transition and the flow of image distribution, the exhibition raises timely questions about ownership and fidelity. It experiments the media as a tool for empowerment in times of existential uncertainty. And I think that media like light will last longer than human beings and will send a message forever.
Free | Ticket booking and details
Will Rawls: Eternal Stranger Performance
August 7th 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM | Henry Art Gallery
of Eternal stranger, New York-based choreographer and writer Will Rolls (Born 1978, Boston, Massachusetts) activates relationships between language, dance, and image through a fragmentary medium of stop-motion animation. In his installation, a live automatic camera captures the frame-by-frame action of the four dancers, slowing down time and movement. While the performers spend the effort of becoming an image, visual capture is performed as a relentless process that is constant but compromised by the movements they are trying to correct. Here, as in previous works, Rawls develops strategies for avoidance and involvement within systems that mediate, distort, and abstract the body.
Free for University of Washington staff, students, faculty and retirees | More information
In my time
Looking for another way to connect to UW? Check out this recorded asynchronous content that you can access at any time.
Faculty Trio: Beethoven Piano Trio, Part 3
Teacher colleague Craig Shepherd,piano; Sæunn Thorsteins dóttir, Cello; and Rachael Leigh PredayThe violin concludes three concert performances of the entire cycle of the Beethoven Piano Trio.Livestreamed performance from the University of Washington Meany Hall, Followed by a brief question and answer session.
Free | Watch and more information
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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