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April 22, 2020
"It's an opportunity to expand our reach in terms of who can see our work,” Semaj Miller said. “The University of Washington as an institution has name recognition, so I think people will open up those invitations."
Source: Read at DailyUW.com
April 21, 2020
The School of Drama has created a unique virtual showcase for their MFA acting graduates, in place of one that usually takes place in-person.
Source: The Daily
April 13, 2020
UW schools and departments from the chemistry department to the School of Drama have been utilizing their 3D printers to print face shields for healthcare workers to protect against COVID-19.
April 9, 2020
Local makers, led by UW Drama alum Candace Frank (MFA '10) get creative to counter the lack of medical gear on the COVID-19 front lines.
Source: Read at Crosscut.com
March 10, 2020
The School of Drama has an exciting opportunity for a full-time, 11-month Costume Shop Manager. Reporting to the Production Manager (a staff member), the Costume Shop Manager is responsible for managing the costume shop and staff while balancing the needs of the School’s academic, artistic, and production needs. The Costume Shop Manager works independently and in partnership with the Production Manager on financial and personnel matters, stock and facilities upkeep and development, and other... Read more
February 20, 2020
This week at the UW, see art ranging in topics from classical music to climate change all over campus.
February 14, 2020
After three years of intensive training, our third-year PATP actors are ready to officially launch their professional careers. Click through to learn more about each of these exceptionally talented artists.
Source: Meet the PATP Class of 2020
February 12, 2020
School of Drama alum Jean Smart (PATP 74) stars as FBI agent Laurie Blake in the hit HBO series The Watchmen. "A few days after the Watchmen finale aired, Smart, who has had an especially great run of roles throughout the Peak TV era, caught up with Vulture over the phone to discuss how “pissed off” she was when she discovered Angela had stolen her man, her upcoming role on another HBO series, and her many, many ideas for Watchmen spinoffs."
Source: Read at Vulture.com
February 10, 2020
School of Drama Professor Valerie Curtis-Newton is featured in this round-up of UW faculty who've recently won honors and awards.
January 31, 2020
This week at UW holds a plethora of opportunities to see art, including a preview of UW Drama's "The Best of Everything" and an artist talk at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery.