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2020 Critical Issues Lecture Series
University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design
January 9–March 12, 2020

Henry Art Gallery
15th Ave NE & NE 41st St
98195 Seattle, WA

art.washington.edu
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Above: Image of book.*
Above: Image of book.*
January 9–March 12, 2020

Henry Art Gallery
15th Ave NE & NE 41st St
98195 Seattle, WA

art.washington.edu
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Free and open to the public, the Critical Issues Lecture Series is organized by the School of Art + Art History + Design in collaboration with the Henry Art Gallery. Lectures begin at 7pm in the Henry Art Gallery auditorium. Computer Aided Real-time Transcription (CART) is provided.

2020 Critical Issues speakers
January 9: Dora Budor
January 23: Rande Cook
January 30: Barbara Bloom
February 13: Rahel Aima
February 20: Sadie Barnette
February 27: Trisha Donnelly
March 12: Lisa Robertson

This year's lectures are supported by The Dale and Leslie Chihuly Foundation and individual donors.

For more information, visit our website.

*Barbara Bloom, The Reign of Narcissism, 1990. Used. Condition: Near Fine. Bookseller: William Allen Word & Image, Seller Rating: ★★★★★. Abebooks.com: Amazon.com.

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, Photo/Media), Art History, and Design. Generous funding is available for highly qualified students. The application deadline is January 15, 2020.

About the School of Art + Art History + Design
The School of Art + Art History + Design is the center for creative innovation and study at the University of Washington, one of the world's leading public research institutions. The School's focus on interdisciplinary collaboration and the development of new practices enhances both studio and classroom learning as well as fostering dynamic engagement and critical discourse. Our students are inspired to learn through a rigorous and creative academic experience, competitive internships, and international opportunities. Learning from influential faculty, alumni, visiting artists, designers, and scholars, students of our undergraduate, masters, and doctoral programs investigate and create in an environment of possibility.

December 5, 2019

location

Henry Art Gallery, Seattle