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January 4, 2017

2017 Critical Issues in Contemporary Art Practice lecture series

University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design
Susan Mogul, Pacific Standard Time, 2011. Guerrilla poster campaign in Los Angeles. Courtesy the artist.

Critical Issues in Contemporary Art Practice is a free public lecture series. The series is organized by the School of Art + Art History + Design at the University of Washington, sponsored by The Boeing Company, and hosted at the Henry Art Gallery auditorium.

2017 Critical Issues in Contemporary Art Practice public lectures series
January 12: Melanie Gilligan
January 19: Susan Mogul
January 26: Rhea Anastas
February 9: Cameron Rowland
February 16: Hannah Black
February 23: Wendy Red Star
March 9: Lise Soskolne (W.A.G.E.)

Curated and taught by Professor Flint Jamison, Critical Issues in Contemporary Art Practice is cast as both a class and a public lecture series; the general public is invited to sit alongside degree-seeking students studying fine art to share ideas and raise questions on contemporary art and its place in society and in our creative consciousness. Following the public lectures, UW graduate and undergraduate art students enrolled in ART 361/595 interface with the visiting artists in the classroom and studio.

For more information, visit our website.

Video recordings of CICAP lectures will be available for viewing on our Vimeo channel in the spring of 2017.

 

Apply to the School of Art + Art History + Design
Graduate applications are now being accepted for study in Art (3D4M: ceramics + glass + sculpture, Painting + Drawing, Photomedia), Art History, and Design. Generous funding is available for highly qualified students. The application deadline is January 15, 2017.

About UW School of Art + Art History + Design
The University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design is the Pacific Northwest’s center for creative innovation and study at one of the world’s leading public research institutions. With an interdisciplinary approach that enhances both studio-based learning and critical engagement, the School’s educational philosophy encourages collaboration and the development of new practices. Our students are inspired to learn through rigorous curriculum, competitive internships, and study abroad opportunities. Learning alongside internationally distinguished faculty, alumni, and a network of visiting artists, designers, and scholars, students of the UW School of Art + Art History + Design’s undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs create in an environment of limitless possibility. To learn more, visit art.washington.edu.

 

University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design presents the 2017 Critical Issues in Contemporary Art Practice lecture series

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