July 2022 Newsletter




Featured Stories This Month

Stevi Costa in a robe as Sailor St. Claire

Staging Literature, with a Tease

As co-founder of Noveltease Theatre, Stevi Costa (PhD, English) offers fresh takes on beloved books through burlesque. 

UW campus near Drumheller Fountain

Arts & Sciences' Fab Four for 2022

Four graduating seniors were named Arts & Sciences Dean's Medalists in recognition of their accomplishments at the UW.  

Nikki Yeboah, Kemi Adeyemi, and Jasmine Mahmoud together in a kitchen.

The Power of Cohorts & Collective Histories

They met as PhD students in Chicago. Now Kemi Adeyemi, Jasmine Mahmoud, and Nikki Yeboah pursue scholarship in support of Black arts as UW faculty.

Opportunities to Explore

  • detail of ektor garcia artwork

    ektor garcia: matéria prima

    Through September 4
    Henry Art Gallery, Lower Level Galleries

    Working in textiles, ceramics, and metalwork — frequently in combination with found materials — ektor garcia ascribes renewed value to craft practices through intimate, ritual processes. garcia is a participating artist in the Henry’s Artist Fellowship Program.

  • Our Material World exhibit at the Burke Museum

    Our Material World

    Permanent Exhibit
    Burke Museum  

    Explored the Burke lately? In the “Our Material World” gallery, learn how archaeologists dig up the past and make discoveries — even from the garbage we leave behind — and how Native peoples across Washington state are using the archaeological record to revitalize traditional food practices.

  • Pilobolus dancers performing

    Plan Ahead: Meany's 2022-23 Season

    October 2022 through May 2023
    Meany Center for the Performing Arts

    In its 2022–23 season, Meany Center will present 26 visionary artists and ensembles who are pushing artistic boundaries, blending genres, and bringing more diverse creative representation to the stage. Season tickets are on sale. Single tickets will go on sale August 3.

Looking for more events? Visit ArtsUW and the UW Alumni Association website

In The News


Nancy Joseph