Chris Casquilho

Western Washington University’s Department of Design is offering a new illustration certificate beginning fall 2019. The program is six classes, making up 18 credits, with two courses running each quarter of the 2019/20 academic year.

The new certificate gives students the chance to…

Public Lecture, 11:30am-12:30pm, Fine Arts Building Room 238

Please join us for a public lecture on Tuesday, November 27, 11:30am, in FI238, by Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti PhD, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Race, Inequalities and Global Change at the University of British…

Playwright Elaine Avila’s grandfather, João Henrique Avila, was one of the first photographers in his village Ribeiras, Pico, in the Azores, Portugal. He came to America for an education. He realized his dream was impossible while he was washing dishes at Santa Clara University. He ended up…

Think of Western Washington University as a cornucopia of performing arts, spilling over with 300 performances a year. The question is, how can you best access that entertainment?

Start with this new website — cfpa.wwu.edu. The site gathers information from various campus departments and…

Box Office manager Jessie Phillips is the latest to be recognized in the Western Way program for her excellent commitment to Western Washington University.

"Jessie is a person I look forward to interacting with," wrote Chris Casquilho, manager of Marketing and Special Events in the…

Chris Casquilho, who was recently hired at Western Washington University to oversee marketing and special projects for the College of Fine and Performing Arts, recently sent me the lineup of performances, events and exhibits. Kit Spicer is currently interim dean for the college.

It's…

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