IAS News

Deborah Caplow curates two exhibits in Mexico

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IAS faculty member Deborah Caplow has curated two related exhibits of graphic art, at the Centro de las Artes de San Agustín, San Agustín Etla, Mexico (CASA), and The Instituto de Artes Gráficos de Oaxaca in November, 2018. The two exhibitions have since traveled to the Museo Nacional de la Estampa, where they will be shown from April 13 to July 14, 2019. Deborah selected, collected and organized the works based on research in Oaxaca for the last three years, including ...

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Interactive art illustrates climate change

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Recent graduate Vancie Fu created a senior project that still has her teachers talking. With elements of art, environmental studies, digital media and creative storytelling, Fu uses an multi-disciplinary approach to discuss climate change with her “artifact from the future.”

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Crystal Nelson recognized as member of the Husky 100

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Each year, the UW recognizes 100 exemplary students through the Husky 100. IAS student Crystal Nelson has received this honor and is channeling her education and life experience into a law career.

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David Goldstein: John Waters was a pioneer of queer cinema

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IAS faculty member David Goldstein was quoted in an article about pioneering film director John Waters in the online magazine them. Goldstein explained why Waters is an icon in the queer community, making films since 1972 that subvert social mores about sexuality and fearlessly center marginalized groups in the United States.

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Carrie Bodle’s Sound Field Sea Cycles highlighted by Creative Capital

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Creative Capital features IAS faculty member Carrie Bodle’s in-progress project Sound Field Sea Cycles in their "On Our Radar” announcement. Bodle was a finalist for their nationally competitive award being in the top 2% of over 5,200 applications. Her work in-progress consists of ...

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