Scholars’ Week in the Department of Art & Art History

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by College of Fine and Performing Arts Staff

Each spring, Western Washington University hosts an annual, week-long celebration of outstanding student research and creative works, called "Scholar's Week."

Western’s undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to showcase their finest academic accomplishments, highlighting the significance of faculty mentorship and student scholarship. Such student achievements include presentations of completed research, research in progress, creative activities and performance.

Art History students have created works of original scholarship which they will present as displays, individual presentations, and panel discussions on Thursday, May 16 from 10:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Fine Arts 232. The presentations are free and open to the public.


Fine Arts Building Room 232


10:15 to 11:30 am: Uncovering Art Education His/Herstories

Knight Arndt, Ray Beech, Kashmere Carr, Elizabeth Caulfield, Maggie Chen, Miles Coleman, Molly Ellis, Fiona
Ferguson, Chloe Hagen, Tabitha Johnson, Malea Linder, Lauren Moe, Grace Seesemann, Galen Soleimanipour,
Cameron Stewart, Sarah Trinneer, Dylan Werts, Sam Williams

11:30 a.m. to 12:30 pm: Western Gallery Internship Panel

Jillian Adams, Nia Stillman, Ayla Warwick, Maia Whitehorn

12:30 to 1:30 pm: Photography: In Plain Sight

Alexei Chachkov, Alison Conner, Kady Darlington, Luci Edenlord, Kenzie Ellis, Natalie Jones, Chase Munsey, Avery
Robertson, Will Story

1:30 to 4:00 pm: Art History Presentations: Exploring the Terrain of Visual Culture

(in order of presentation): Maia Whitehorn, Ayla Warwick, Gabriella Brush, Hazel Danielsen-Wong, Allayna Zimmerman, Elizabeth Meyer, Nia Stillman, Noah Gray, Dylan Johnson-Ross, Kaysa Engdahl, Skylar Cooney, Sofia Arias.

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May 14, 2024 9:02am