“Lux Aeterna,” Latin for “eternal light,” was scheduled to take place in August 2020, but due to COVID-19 restrictions, the exhibit was pushed back a year and released as an online research platform. The exhibit includes 16 artists, 10 of which are new commissions, and the extra time allowed…
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Nine Master of Fine Arts (MFA) and four Master of Design (MDes) students showcased the culmination of their work at the UW in the Henry Art Gallery from May 29 to June 27. The exhibitions were also made available online to include the work of two graduating Master of Art History students.
“Human Nature, Animal Culture” at the Frye Art Museum explores the relationship between animals and humans through a collection of paintings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These paintings, a handful of which focus on domesticated animals, prompt attendees to reconsider the role…
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