ArtSci Roundup: Henry Art Gallery Public Opening, Dawg Daze, and More



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September 21, 2021

Through public events and exhibits, connect with the UW community every week! This week, attend gallery shows, watch recorded events, and more. While you enjoy the summer vacation, connect with the campus via the UW live webcams of Red Square and the quad bike.

Many of these online opportunities are advertised through Zoom. All UW faculty, staff and students have access to Zoom Pro via UW-IT.

Faculty conference: Audrey Desjardins, “Data Imaginaries: Between Home, People and Technology”

September 30, 5:30 p.m. | Online via Zoom

Celebrate the opening of Data imaginaries at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery with an online artist talk! Audrey Desjardins, Assistant Professor of Interaction Design and Featured Artist, will discuss how to reinvent the way we live with technology and data at home. His most recent work focuses on reimagining data encounters on the Internet of Things (IoT), as home technology relies heavily on data collection, aggregation, and analysis, while remaining opaque to them. inhabitants of the house.

Free | More info and registration

The work of Desjardins is on view at Audrey Desjardins: Digital Imaginaries until October 9 at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. The gallery is open Tuesday to Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (limited to 20 people at a time), Fridays and Saturdays on appointment.

Diana Al-Hadid: Archives of Desires

October 2 – February 6 | Henri art gallery
See this exhibition in person at Opening celebration to the public on October 2. Details below – hope to see you there!

Diane al hadidher work explores the interplay between the female body and the canon of European art; Syrian, Muslim and immigrant stories and mythologies; and architectural icons and the natural world. Born in 1981 in Aleppo, Syria, and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Al-Hadid creates works of art that demonstrate her interest in merging cultures and translating disparate narratives. This monographic exhibition at Henri art gallery will consist of a selection of 13 sculptural works produced between 2010 and 2021 brought together for the first time in an interpretive ensemble. Together, the sculptures identify the artist’s investigation of the historical, mythological and biblical accounts of women as a fundamental thread of her practice.

Free | Visit and more info

Packed Black: Derrick Adams and Barbara Earl Thomas

October 2 – May 1 | Henri art gallery
See this exhibition in person at Opening celebration to the public on October 2. Details below – hope to see you there!

Black packaged to Henri art gallery brings together the work of artists Derrick Adams (born 1970, Baltimore, MD) and Barbara count thomas (b. 1948, Seattle, WA) in a collaborative multimedia installation developed from their shared dialogue on representation, black identity and practices of cultural resistance. This exhibition is the synthesis of a multi-year, intergenerational and transnational exchange between Adams, based in New York, and Thomas, based in Seattle, which began after the two artists exhibited their works side by side in a group exhibition at the Savannah College of Art. and Conception in 2017.

Free | Visit and more info

Back to campus events

As we get back to in-person learning, check out these campus events for a great way to celebrate coming back to campus.

Dazed dawg

September 23 – October 3 | UW Campus

Get excited for Dawg Daze 2021! Come back to campus with the University of Washington’s longest tradition. Dawg Daze features over 250 events, from over 60 UW departments and student organizations, representing a wide range of resources and opportunities. Follow Dawg Daze on Instagram @uwdawgdaze.

Free | More information

Public opening of the Henry Art Gallery

October 2, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. | Henri art gallery

U District light rail station opens

In line

The U District Light Rail station will open on October 2. THElocated on Brooklyn Avenue Northeast between Northeast 45th and Northeast 43rd streets, it serves the shops and businesses of University Way Northeast (“The Ave”), nearby residents and the west side of the University of Washington campus. Two entrances along Brooklyn Avenue Northeast connect passengers to the platform, about 80 feet below ground.

Travel time from District U light rail station to a Mariners game is only 15 minutes!

Looking for more?

Discover the UWAA Stronger Together webpage for more digital engagement opportunities.

Tag (s): ArtsUW • Burke Museum • College of Arts & Sciences • Henry Art Gallery • Jacob Lawrence Gallery • Meany Center for the Performing Arts • Meany Hall for the Performing Arts • School of art + art history + design



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