ArtSci Roundup: Diana Al-Hadid: Archive of Desires, Burke Museum Exhibitions, and more

Arts and entertainment

December 9, 2021

Connect with the UW community every week through public events and exhibitions! Relax towards the end of the quarter by visiting museums on campus and watching recorded events.

Many of these opportunities are streamed through Zoom. All UW faculty, staff and students have access to Zoom Pro via UW-IT.


Diana Al-Hadid: Archive of Desires

Until February 6th | Henry Art Gallery

Diana Al-Hadid‘s work explores the interplay between the female body and the European art canon; Syrian, Muslim, and immigrant stories and mythologies; and architectural icons and nature. Born in 1981 in Aleppo, Syria, and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Al-Hadid creates works of art that express her interest in the merging of cultures and the translation of different narratives. This monographic exhibition in Henry Art Gallery will consist of a selection of 13 sculptural works that were created between 2010 and 2021 and will be grouped into an interpretive group for the first time. Together, the sculptures identify the artist’s engagement with historical, mythological and biblical narratives by women as a fundamental path of her practice.

Free of charge for lecturers, employees and students of the UW | More info


Dinosaur bonesBurke Museum exhibitions

Ongoing | Burke Museum

the Burke Museum maintains and shares natural and cultural collections so that all people can learn, be inspired, generate knowledge, feel joy and heal.

With work laboratories to see in unique objects around you and galleries full of curiosity and conversation, you see – and feel – a living world at Burke. the Burke Museum located on the University of Washington campus in Seattle with an emphasis on dinosaurs, fossils, Native Northwestern art, plant and animal collections, and cultural pieces from around the world.

Free of charge for lecturers, employees and students of the UW | More info


Jacob Lawrence Gallery – MONDAY

On-line

Published by the Jacob Lawrence Gallery at the University of Washington, MONDAY presents experiments in artistic writing that invite the reader to envision future forms of criticism. In a range of accessible and rigorous forms, its contributors address issues ranging from the visual arts to all types of cultural expression, reminding us that approaches to cultural criticism can be as heterogeneous as the subjects they cover .

Free of charge | Read & more info


Wrapped black: Derrick Adams and Barbara Earl Thomas

Until May 1st | Henry Art Gallery

Packaged black unites the work of artists Derrick Adams (born 1970, Baltimore, MD) and Barbara Earl Thomas (* 1948, Seattle, WA) in a collaborative, multimedia installation that was developed from their mutual dialogue about representation, black identity and practices of cultural resistance. This exhibition is a synthesis of a multi-year, cross-generational and transnational exchange between Adams, who lives in New York, and Thomas, who lives in Seattle, which began after the two artists exhibited side by side in a group exhibition at the Savannah College of Art and Design in the year 2017.

Free of charge for lecturers, employees and students of the UW | More info


Livestream: Bonnie Whiting Album Release Celebration: “Perishable Structures”

On-line

University of Washington Percussion Studies Chair Bonnie Whiting celebrates the release of their new album “Perishable Structures” (New Focus Recording) in this recorded performance from the Brechemin Auditorium of the Musikhochschule.

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Looking for more?

Take a look at the UWAA’s Stronger Together website for more opportunities for digital engagement.

Day (s): ArtsUW • Burke Museum of Natural History & Culture • College of Arts & Sciences • Henry Art Gallery • Meany Center for the Performing Arts • Meany Hall for the Performing Arts



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