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October 4, 2021
Connect with the UW community every week through public events and exhibitions! Participate in gallery exhibitions and lectures this week.
Many of these opportunities are streamed through Zoom. All UW faculty, staff, and students ZoomPro via UW-IT..
October 16th-March 6th | Henry Art Gallery
Los Angeles-based artist Mass bus (Born 1981, New York, NY) creates a site-specific installation. Henry Art Gallery It features a recent series of oil paintings (a new medium for artists), dynamic wall works, sculptures, and large wall applications. Immerse yourself in this exciting exhibition in the gallery and in the vinyl exterior mural “Paintings”. The exhibition will begin in October with a performance by an artist who emphasizes the relationship between what is seen and what is not seen in the work.
Free | More information
October 15th, 7:30 pm | Meany Hall – Katharyn Alvord Gerlich Theater
Fierce friends and colleagues, Danish string quartet It is praised not only for its integrated sound and impeccable intonation, but also for the contagious joy it brings to music production.The quartet I’ve been playing with since I was little is back Meany Center Staging with Parcel’s imaginative program arranged by Britten, a series of dances by continental and centuries-old composers, and quartet’s own arrangement of traditional Scandinavian folk music.
$ 10-60 + | Ticket purchase and details
October 14th 4: 00–5: 15 PM | online
Mika Afbia‘NS New book For angels of ancient Jewish culture, look at the general elements of Jewish customs that are often overlooked or rejected: the invisible beings that act as role models for angels, mediators, guardians, and humans. increase.
In conversation with the author Seagull Samuel, Afbia, how angels have extended the experience of human God beyond the walls of the Bible and synagogue, and related practices, including magical calls, have led people to practice Judaism and Judaism throughout history. I will explain how to show many methods. Find out more about this book.
The world of Munenori Takeda and Nogaku
Munenori Takeda, A scene in which a world-famous Noh performer and his actor and musician ensemble were selected from numerous Noh performances in Tokyo, Japan. Professor Paul Atkins..
The event will also demonstrate Noh tools and materials, followed by a live question-and-answer session by Master Munetori Takeda and Professor Paul Atkins of Tokyo. Professor Stephen Sumida..
October 13th 19:30 | Meany Hall – Katharyn Alvord Gerlich Theater
Conrad Tao He has appeared all over the world as both a pianist and a composer. He is hailed as a musician who “explodes a broad vision of intelligence and mind.” New York Times.. The prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant winner, Tao has emerged as a thought-provoking artist and vibrant leader among a new generation of classical musicians.For his expectation Meany Center Debut, Tao takes listeners traveling through the world of voice sounds of composition from the past and present, including works newly commissioned by the pianist himself.
$ 10-65 + | Ticket purchase and details
Nyle DiMarco-Living Loud
October 12, 6:30 pm | Meany Performing Arts Center
The audience moves as follows Nyle DiMarco Discuss and demonstrate the value of nonverbal communication and the value of accepting your true identity. He shares direct experiences from his life and career, which intrigues listeners as he gains a deeper understanding of the hearing-impaired community. In his powerful emotional presentation, Nile reveals his victories, challenges, fears and dreams, encouraging others to live a real life and define their own version of success. Listeners are enlightened, empowered and walk away to downplay social pressures, embrace diversity, assess and harness individual strengths.
October 15 | Red square
UW was founded on November 4, 1861. In 2011, W Day was established to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the university. Today, the W Day tradition continues to live as a celebration of the entire campus and UW birthday community, in line with homecoming.
4 Reasons to Don’t Miss the W Day Celebration on Red Square on October 15th:
4. A great way to start your homecoming weekend.
3. T-shirts, music, etc.
1. Return to campus together = Great!
Looking for more?
Check out UWAA Strong together Web page for more digital engagement opportunities.
tag: ArtsUW •• Burke Museum •• College of Liberal Arts •• Department of Asian Language and Literature •• Henry Art Gallery •• Meany Center for the Performing Arts •• Meeny Hall for Performing Arts •• Strom Center for Jewish Studies
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