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Lights inspire colorful computer graphic art

Computer art called Climb, by Kipil Kim

Red is the dominant color of 10 computer graphic prints exhibited at UW Bothell by Korean artist Kipil Kim. Some were inspired by things Kim saw while visiting the United States for the first time: red taillights of traffic, red Christmas lights and the red tinge of mountains in the morning light.

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Performing around campus for arts finals

Students in masks

Students in some fall quarter arts classes are performing their finals with public dance, drama or oral presentations around the UW Bothell campus.

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Clamor art on display at Student Success Center

Kendall Wiggins

Paintings, photos and poems from Clamor, the University of Washington Bothell literary and arts journal, are now on display in the gallery at the Student Success Center. Editors are at work on the 2017 edition of Clamor, and Friday is the deadline for submissions.

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'Aromathematics' in Discovery Hall

A sculpture created with herbs and spices has been completed, but the aroma will linger until May 27 in the fourth-floor vista of Discovery Hall at University of Washington Bothell. Powdered pentagons are arranged on the floor in the pattern discovered by UW Bothell mathematicians Jennifer McLoud-Mann, Casey Man and David Von Derau.

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Artist gets down to UW Bothell business

Stephen Watson

Artist Stephen Watson used the laser cutter at University of Washington Bothell's Makerspace to prepare an installation based on a layout of pentagon tiles. With the laser cutting 200 or 300 hand-size pentagons from the sheets of plastic glass, Watson said he could expand the art he creates using herbs and spices. The math art goes on public display at the fourth floor vista of Discovery Hall 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. Thursday. 

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