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E.g., 01/29/2015
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Jan 29
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Jan 29

Human remains are inadvertently discovered in Washington State more than 50 times a year. These remains are then the subject of a complicated and evolving set of state and federal laws. In light of the...

Date
Jan 29
Venue
Jan 29

CRITICAL ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY ART PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES

Fabian Marti is an artist living in Zurich and a founder of several quasi-institutions, including Zurich Arts Club, Hacienda, andTwoHOTEL, an artist guest...

Date
Jan 29
Venue
Jan 29

Join Clara Berg, Collections Specialist for Costumes and Textiles, Museum of History and Industry for a presentation about the local history of fashionable fur.

Object Narratives is a multi-part series that introduces visitors to the historical...

Jan 29

The Modern Music Ensemble (Inverted Space), the University of Washington’s contemporary music ensemble, presents three on-campus concerts a year, performing both the “classics” of the modern era and hot-off-the-presses works from the best of today’s...

Date
Jan 30
Jan 30

The School of Drama invites you to immerse yourself in a New Orleans-style evening. Enjoy classic New Orleans food and live Dixie band music while learning the story of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. MFA directing...

Date
Jan 30
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Jan 30

Animals occupy a paradoxical place in the world: they are everywhere, yet hidden. This five-part Seattle Arts & Lectures course, hosted at the Henry, explores the histories, politics, and cultural dynamics of how humans see...

Date
Jan 30
Venue
Jan 30

Inspired by Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Project, Egyptian musicologist Mina Girgis and Ethiopian-American singer Meklit Hadero created their own, localized concert experience—one that uses the power of music to raise awareness of the cultural and...

Date
Jan 31
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Jan 31

The University of Washington School of Music presents a concert by Trio Andromeda, winners of the 2014 UW Strings and Piano Chamber Ensemble Competition. Ensemble members are violinist Allion Salvador, cellist Hye Jung Yang, and...

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Jan 22
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Feb 01, 2015
Jan 22
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Feb 01, 2015

When Tony-award winning playwright, David Henry Hwang, protests the casting of a white actor as the lead Asian character in the musical Miss Saigon - he becomes a poster boy for Asian American rights in...

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Feb 03
Feb 03

Artwork by first-year MFA students in the Photomedia Program: Paul Baughman, Sarah Skwira, and Ellen Xu.

Opening Reception: Tue, February 3, 5:00-7:00pm. Exhibition continues through Sat, February 14, 2015.

Public hours for this exhibition...

Date
Feb 03
Feb 03

Opening Reception:

Tue, February 3, 5:00-8:00pm FREE and open to all; please RSVP using the RSVP button. Exhibition continues through Sat, February 28, 2015.

About the Exhibit:

The Jacob Lawrence Gallery is pleased to announce...

Date
Feb 03
Feb 03

Join the fun at this event with music, food, and drink. Tour the BFA and MFA studios. See the exhibits in the galleries: work by first-year MFA students Ben Gale-Schreck and Anna Mlasowsky in the...

Date
Feb 03
Venue
Feb 03

In June 2013, Vadym Kholodenko became the recipient of the Gold Medal at the Fourteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. Since then it has been a busy and exciting time for the young Ukranian pianist...

Date
Feb 04
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Feb 04

Enjoy a guided exploration of the exhibition Ann Hamilton: the common S E N S E with museum staff. Discuss the central concepts presented throughout the show and discover ways to use the exhibition as a...

Date
Feb 06
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Feb 06

Students of Michael Partington perform guitar works for solo, duo, and group arrangements. Guest musicians include vocalist Michelle Bretl and flutist Sabrina Bounds. 

Director Bio

Michael Partington

Michael Partington is one of the most engaging...

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