Located in the Meany Hall Lower Lobby through May 2020, this exhibit of work by UW School of Art + Art History + Design students is curated around Meany Center's season-long exploration of empathy and its relationship to art. The collection of videos, paintings, photos and more, all function to evoke different emotions that can tap into the diversity of lived experiences at the UW. The pieces incorporate diverse skill sets and backgrounds to explore identity, family relationships, and state violence, and work together to bring the viewers into experiences that they might not normally encounter.
The exhibition is curated by Elizabeth Calvillo, Curatorial Assistant, Jacob Lawrence Gallery; Raziah Ahmad, Graphic Designer, Jacob Lawrence Gallery; and Emily Zimmerman.
For more information on the UW School of Art + Art History + Design, visit: art.washington.edu
SCHOOL OF ART + ART HISTORY + DESIGN
STUDENT ART EXHIBIT
Meany Hall Lower Lobby
Through May, 2020
(The exhibition is only accessible when attending an event in Meany Hall.)
Raziah Ahmad, senior in Visual Communication Design
Elizabeth Calvillo Dueñas, senior in Art (Photo/Media) and International Studies
Mina Kang, senior in Art (Interdisciplinary Visual Arts) with a DXARTS minor
Agnes Ming Lee, senior in Art (Interdisciplinary Visual Arts) and Psychology
Abigail Massarano, first year MA in Art History
Todd McKinney, second year MFA in Painting + Drawing
Shadrak Musafiri, senior in Art (Photo/Media) and Communication
Julia Powers, senior in Art (Interdisciplinary Visual Arts)