Julia Sapin

WWU will host Daniel E. Garvey, president emeritus of Prescott College and intermittent executive dean for Semester at Sea, for "The Politics of Disability” from 4-5 p.m. on Thursday, April 19 in Miller Hall 138. 

The event is free and open to the public; for…

Masters of Japanese Cinema  continues tonight  at 6:30 at the Pickford Film Center with Utamaro and his Five Women, Mizoguchi Kenji’s portrait of the famous ukiyo-e painter Kitagawa Utamaro and the social world around him in 18th century Edo (Tokyo).

Co-sponsored by…

Do you work with an outstanding colleague at Western Washington University? The Western Way program provides the opportunity for faculty and staff to recognize the great efforts of others on campus.

Any time throughout the year, folks in the WWU community can visit the Western Way…

In a wild tangle of multidisciplines that began as a simple question, art and science have merged, and Melonie Ancheta has begun to put together the long history of NW Coast Native pigments and paint technology. As a professional artist for many years, she’s always been fascinated with…

A screening of Ozu Yassujiro's 1953 masterpiece "Tokyo Story" kicks off this year's Masters of Japanese Cinema series Tuesday, Nov. 18, at the Pickford Film Center.

According to the Pickford Film Center's website, the film "has…

Western Libraries and the Learning Commons invite the Western Washington University community to join a conversation about an intriguing art exhibit (Voices of Water) currently on display in Western Libraries.

Featuring the artist d'Elaine Johnson and an array of Western faculty…

The art exhibit “Notions of Home, Notions of Faraway Places” is in Wilson Library through July 31.

This exhibition results from the intensive work of students in Art History 490, “Exhibition: Theory and Practice.” The students spent spring term studying the ways in…

A group of Western Washington University Art History students held a fundraising event May 1 to benefit the victims of the March 2011 tsunami that ravished Japan as a result of the powerful 9.0-magnitude earthquake off the northeast coast.

With about 15, 800 people killed, more than 3,150…

A group of Western Washington University Art History students are hosting a fundraiser on Tuesday, May 1, at various locations on Western’s campus to benefit the victims of the March 2011 tsunami that ravished Japan as a result of the powerful 9.0-magnitude earthquake off the northeast…

Western Washington University faculty panelists Joyce Hammond (Anthropology), Julia Sapin (Art History), Maryann Reynolds (Accounting) and Rosemary Vohs (Woodring and Communication) will share how they've used storytelling in their varying contexts to advance students' academic literacy,…

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