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Interactive art sheds light on homelessness

Four students and homeless art project

Interactive media design students created a cardboard box with an iPad showing people living on the streets and quotes about homelessness. They put the “Inside the Box” project on the campus promenade, using art to illuminate a social issue.

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Library showcases Native American artwork

Ashley Sandoval, Sophia Kim

The Native American paintings, prints, masks and carvings displayed throughout the University of Washington Bothell / Cascadia College Campus Library are part of an interactive collection. Almost every display has a digital link so visitors can see more about materials used in the artworks and tribal affiliations.

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Lights inspire colorful computer graphic art

Computer art called Climb, by Kipil Kim

Red is the dominant color of 10 computer graphic prints exhibited at UW Bothell by Korean artist Kipil Kim. Some were inspired by things Kim saw while visiting the United States for the first time: red taillights of traffic, red Christmas lights and the red tinge of mountains in the morning light.

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Performing around campus for arts finals

Students in masks

Students in some fall quarter arts classes are performing their finals with public dance, drama or oral presentations around the UW Bothell campus.

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Clamor art on display at Student Success Center

Kendall Wiggins

Paintings, photos and poems from Clamor, the University of Washington Bothell literary and arts journal, are now on display in the gallery at the Student Success Center. Editors are at work on the 2017 edition of Clamor, and Friday is the deadline for submissions.

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