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A hallway in Founders Hall is a gallery where quarterly exhibits recognize student artists. Fourteen photos on display now explore perspective and bring students into their work as subjects.
Vancie Fu (Interdisciplinary Arts ’18) crafted a digital-physical work of art illustrating climate change for her senior capstone project that’s still getting attention.
The University of Washington Bothell is engaging indigenous studies as a way to advance scholarship, build relationships with indigenous communities, and better recruit and retain Native American students.
Figures in the Ancestors sculpture appear to be watching over University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College students as they pass a wooded hillside on campus. Some students occasionally leave offerings, perhaps in the hope of a little luck on a big exam.
Interactive media design students created a cardboard box with an iPad showing people living on the streets and quotes about homelessness. They put the “Inside the Box” project on the campus promenade, using art to illuminate a social issue.
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