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The art must go on

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Clamor 2021, UW Bothell’s Literary and Arts Journal, was released last week. On Friday, June 11, Clamor staff hosted a virtual launch party featuring readings, performances, and screenings of work, along with games and opportunities to connect with the artists.

In the article “The art must go on"... 

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Amaranth Borsuk's libretto "The Familiar Spirit" performed at live virtual concert INTERSPACE

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On June 5 virtual concertgoers experienced haunting sounds and images emanating from their screens during INTERSPACE, a unique live-streamed concert experience combining new choral compositions and electronic music. A live performance tailored to virtual delivery, the concert featured 7 works designed to showcase the powerful beauty of latency, layers, loops, and textures and was a collaboration between ...

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Coastal Poets Film Festival: Navigating creative practice within a pandemic

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One year into the throes of a pandemic and I missed live poetry readings. Severely. There was a sense of estrangement from Seattle’s caring literary community. Plus, I felt that undying hunger to express and connect with others through the power of metaphor. These were some of the reasons why I curated the Coastal Poets Film Festival.  This event was livestreamed on YouTube with pre-recorded video poems by five genre-bending writers, including Allison Morton, Simon Wolf, Brent Cox, Shelby Handler and myself. The film festival ...

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MFA Alumni Speak at annual "Life After the MFA" Event

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On Wednesday May 26th, Woogee Bae (2019), Travis Sharp (2015), and Natalie Singer (2016) joined current MFA students and alumni on Zoom to speak about their paths to and through the MFA. They spoke about how they came to graduate study in creative writing and poetics, how their time in the program shifted the course of their writing and careers, how ...

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Ching-In Chen: What if?

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen teaches in the MFA program in Creative Writing & Poetics. In "My Story: What if," Chen reflects on their experience as a community organizer, having worked in Asian American communities across the nation.

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