Editor’s note: “Art in Adaptation” is a bi-weekly column exploring the changes between original works and adaptations as well as their effects on popular culture. 

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In an age of oversharing, memoirs have become somewhat of a novelty, something to browse when refreshing the pages of another person’s life no longer satisfies. Though, to presume that photo dumps and blog posts have taken the place of autobiographical writing would miss the point — we have …

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Music can do wonders for both the musician’s and the listener’s well-being. While the musician is able to find an outlet to express themselves, listeners are able to feel and interpret the emotions the music conveys. UW student Angelina Lum, who recently released her debut single “My Letter”…

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Recent graduate Owen Oliver spent his last undergraduate year at the UW researching and writing an Indigenous walking tour of campus. Available in print and PDF form on the American Indian studies website, the booklet details seven different locations and art pieces across campus with Indige…

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The “Unpacking Form and Function” series was developed to highlight the Henry Art Gallery’s permanent collection, featuring expert talks on jewelry, ceramics, clothing, and textiles followed by Q&A sessions; in this four-part series — which was shifted to an online format due to COVID-19…

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Isolation. Fear. Anxiety. Although the past year bore different struggles for everyone, one obstacle that remained constant regardless of age, gender, or race was the sudden deprivation of intimate human interaction. The UW chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Studen…