For the thirteenth year in a row, WWU Art History students traveled to Seattle to present their research at the University of Washington Undergraduate Research Symposium. Students apply to the Symposium by submitting an abstract via a faculty mentor who can speak to the quality of the resear
Last year was considered THE year of Virtual Reality (VR). Many devices have come out including Oculus Rift (purchased by Facebook for $2 billion), VIVE, PlayStation VR, and Google Daydream View.
Patti Barker, who studied Fiber Arts with Seiko Purdue, received recognition in the 2017 juried Wearable Expressions exhibition.
WWU Art & Art History Assistant Professor of Ce
Julie McPheters (BFA Studio Art, '15) has been hired by the Seattle Opera as an Assistant Craftsperson. Julie's felted animal heads were exhibited as part of "Escape Routes" - the 2015 BFA Senior Exhibition.
Theatre has been a treasured part of Bryce Hamilton’s life since he was in grade school. Bryce acted in live theatre continuously up to and through college, where he graduated with a double major in Theatre and English from WWU.
Western BFA students talk about the passion that drives them to explore and develop their portfolios as they prepare for careers in the Fine Arts. Video by WWU Office of Communications and Marketing Intern Kyra Bruce (Visual Journalism/'17).
Assistant Professor of Percussion Patrick Roulet received a grant from the Larson Legacy Foundation to support his Global Spice concert series, which blends western and non-western musical traditions and explores the fusion of world Music with contempor