Upcoming Events


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E.g., 03/05/2015
Date
Mar 06
Venue
Mar 06

Have you ever wondered if a Tyrannosaurus could really outrun a jeep, or if a Velociraptor could turn a doorknob? Dr. Mary Schweitzer’s discoveries about dinosaur soft tissues, blood, and DNA have profoundly expanded our...

Date
Mar 06
Venue
Mar 06

"Dancing Guinea Pigs and a Heroic Rottweiler: Animals, Culture & Politics"

Animals occupy a paradoxical place in the world: they are everywhere, yet hidden. This five-part Seattle Arts & Lectures course, hosted at...

Date
Feb 27
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Mar 07, 2015
Venue
Feb 27
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Mar 07, 2015

Students in this quarter’s Interdisciplinary Visual Arts capstone class led by Professor Curt Labitzke are presenting their work in this show.

Opening reception: Fri, February 27, 6-8pm

Location

Sand Point Gallery (Map)

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Date
Mar 04
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Mar 07, 2015
 
Venue
Mar 04
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Mar 07, 2015

Experience Contemporary Dance from a fresh and youthful perspective! Enjoy the exuberance as UW Dance Majors express their creative voices through every aspect of dance–from choreography to production and design. These adventurous and innovative young...

Date
Mar 07
Venue
Mar 07

ArtBreaks are facilitated gallery experiences led by a variety of guest artists, scholars, and community members.

Robert Twomey, interdisciplinary artist and UW Ph.D. candidate in DXARTS, has been an integral part of creating the...

Date
Mar 05
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Mar 07, 2015
 
Venue
Mar 05
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Mar 07, 2015

Returning to Meany Hall for the first time in nearly a decade, the Mark Morris Dance Group has enthralled critics, dance enthusiasts, and novices alike with its amazing technical expertise, unique artistry, and signature use...

Date
Mar 08
Mar 08

The renowned Amadeus Duo leads a guitar master class with students of Michael Partington.

LOCATION:

Music Room 213

Date
Mar 08
Venue
Mar 08

Bring the whole family and have an ArtVenture at the Henry!

Join Jessixa Bagley, author and illustrator of children's books, for an exploration of the stories and books in Ann Hamilton: the common S E...

Date
Mar 05
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Mar 08, 2015
 
Venue
Mar 05
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Mar 08, 2015

Experience Contemporary Dance from a fresh and youthful perspective! Enjoy the exuberance as UW Dance Majors express their creative voices through every aspect of dance–from choreography to production and design. These adventurous and innovative young...

Date
Mar 08
Venue
Mar 08

This series, produced by piano professor Robin McCabe in commemmoration of the centennial of the beginning of the Great War, features music composed during World War I, with historical context offered in commentary and narration.
This...

Date
Feb 26
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Mar 08, 2015
Feb 26
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Mar 08, 2015

Based on John Van Druten's 1951 play I Am a Camera, which was adapted from the short novel Goodbye to Berlin(1939) by Christopher Isherwood, this adapted version of Cabaret is set in 2079 Berlintown as...

Date
Mar 09
Venue
Mar 09

The Studio Jazz Ensemble, led by Fred Radke, performs big band arrangements and repertory selections. The Modern Band, led by Cuong Vu, performs innovative arrangements of jazz standards, selections from the outer limits of...

Date
Mar 10
Venue
Mar 10

The Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band perform works by prize-winning composers, including Arctic Dreams, by Michael Colgrass; and San Antonio, by John Harbison. Faculty artist Michael Brockman, saxophone is guest soloist.

Program Details

UW Wind Ensemble

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Date
Mar 10
Venue
Mar 10

Winter Quarter Ethnomusicology Visiting Artist Srivani Jade is joined by her students for this presentation of Hindustani khyal, a form of Indian classical music.

Date
Mar 11
Venue
Mar 11

The elite UW choirs present their Winter Quarter concert.

Program

University Chorale
Giselle Wyers, director
“Fur, Felt and Feather"

Wilhelm Stenhammer: Three Choral Ballads

Josef Rheinberger: Abendlied

Jeff Smallman: Prairie Greyhounds 

Ingvar...

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