Category Archives: 2018-19

Week 6: Jasper Bernes, Wednesday, May 8th, 11:30-1pm in the Recital Hall of the COM Building

Jasper Bernes is author of a scholarly book, The Work of Art in the Age of Deindustrialization (Stanford, 2017), and two books of poetry, Starsdown (2007) and We Are Nothing and So Can You (2015).  Essays, poems and other writings can be found in Critical Inquiry, Modern Language Quarterly, Radical … Continue reading

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Week 4: Gretchen Frances Bennett, Wednesday, April 24th, 11:30-1pm in the Recital Hall of the COM Building

Gretchen Frances Bennett’s (American, b. 1960, Portland, Oregon) recent projects include a solo exhibition at the Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA (2019); the exhibitions Becoming American, San Juan Island, WA (2018); Fire in the Mountains, Jackson, WY (2018); and The Rough Draft of Everything, Bridge Productions, … Continue reading

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Week 2: Dave Kennedy, Wednesday, April 10th, 11:30-1pm in the Recital Hall of the COM Building

Dave Kennedy’s works have been published globally in such magazines as Art21 and Numéro Cinq and exhibited both locally and internationally at such venues as the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art, Photo Center Northwest, Bellevue Arts Museum, Zhou B Art … Continue reading

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The Evergreen Art Lecture Series presents a broad range of interdisciplinary approaches to contemporary art issues by artists, writers, activists, and scholars who bring a diversity of practices from a variety of fields and areas of inquiry and creative production … Continue reading

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Week 9: Women in Latin American Experimental Animation, Wednesday, 3/6, 7-9:20pm in Purce Hall 1

 Women in Latin American Experimental Animation Experimental animation reinterprets, reorganizes and challenges the material, technical, narrative and affective conventions of animation established by mainstream studios. While the participation of women in this field has become more and more visible, their … Continue reading

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Week 8: Unsoeld Lecture, Rosa Clemente, Wednesday 2/27, 11:30-1pm in Lecture Hall 1

Rosa Clemente is an Afro-Puerto Rican journalist and scholar-activist researching national liberation struggles inside the United States, Afro-Latinx identity+politics, sexism within Hip-Hop culture, media justice, Hip-Hop activism, and African American and Latinx unity. More information about her can be found here: http://rosaclemente.net/biography-of-rosa-clemente/ … Continue reading

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Week 6 – Andrew Cutrofello, Wednesday, 2/13, 11:30-1pm in the Recital Hall of the COM Building – to be rescheduled, canceled due to snow

Andrew Cutrofello is Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago. He is the author of several books, including All for Nothing: Hamlet’s Negativity (MIT, 2014) and Continental Philosophy: A Contemporary Introduction (Routledge, 2005). His interests include the nature of antinomies — apparent … Continue reading

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The Evergreen Art Lecture Series presents a broad range of interdisciplinary approaches to contemporary art issues by artists, writers, activists and scholars who bring a diversity of practices from a variety of fields and areas of inquiry and creative production to … Continue reading

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Week 4 – Vivian Hua, Wednesday, 1/30, 11:30-1pm in the Recital Hall of the COM Building

Vivian Hua (華婷婷) is a writer, filmmaker, and organizer who regularly traverses up and down the west coast. As the Executive Director at Northwest Film Forum in Seattle, a Co-Founder of the civil rights film series, The Seventh Art Stand, … Continue reading

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Week 2 – Markel Uriu, Wednesday, January 16, 2019 11:30-1pm, Recital Hall, COM Building

Markel Uriu is an interdisciplinary artist based in Seattle, WA. Her work explores impermanence, maintenance, and the unseen. Drawing from her Japanese and Irish-American heritage, she is particularly interested in liminal spaces, and explores these concepts through ephemeral botanical narratives … Continue reading

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