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ArtsUW Spotlight July-September

Sunny days are finally here and with them comes a vibrant summer arts scene. For this issue of Spotlight, we're highlighting events both on the UW Seattle campus and around town that feature our students, faculty and staff. From an artisan market at the Burke Museum (photo left: Fair Winds Trading) to the Intiman Theatre Festival's production of Trouble in Mind, directed by UW professor Valerie Curtis-Newton, the arts at UW are heating up this summer in Seattle.

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Visual Arts Lectures music Exhibitions theater
Henry Art Gallery

Ripple effect
Through July 12
Skylight Gallery UW Medical Center

Curated by PhD Student Lauren Palmor
Through July 30
A Gallery

Parallel Processing July 31 - Aug. 23
Jacob Lawrence Gallery
Aug. 2
Henry Art Gallery

Karen Cheng Lecture
Visual Communication Design
Sept. 19
Seattle Art Museum

Kristine Matthews Lecture
Visual Communication Design
Sept. 26
Henry Art Gallery
Cafe Racer Sessions
Every Sunday
Cafe Racer

Seattle Institute Piano Recitals
July 17 & 20
Brechemin Auditorium

UW Summer Band
July 23
Westlake Park

UW Summer Band
Aug. 22
Mural Amphitheatre
Empowering Women Market
Empowering Women: Artisan Market
July 20-21
Burke Museum

Henry Art Gallery
July 13-Sept. 29
Henry Art Gallery

Henry Art Gallery
Through Sept. 15
Henry Art Gallery

Burke Trivia Night
Aug. 1 & Sept. 5
College Inn Pub

Tacoma Art Museum
Featuring UW artists
Through Oct. 6
Tacoma Art Museum


Rapture, Blister and Burn
Featuring UW Professor Jeffrey Fracé
July 12-Aug. 11
ACT Theatre

Intiman Theatre Festival
Directed by UW Professor Valerie
July 14-27
Intiman Theatre Festival

Red Earth, Gold Gate, Shadow Sky
By UW Professor
Mark Jenkins
July 27-28
ACT Theatre
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