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Featured: An Evening with Matthew Kangas


Drawing of Matthew Kangas

Find out what's new in the UW Libraries! From the 206 Hip Hop Archive to Three Minute Thesis competitions in the Research Commons, the UW Libraries staff and students are creating cutting-edge programs to increase access and collaboration.
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Presenting the 2017 Anne Gould Hauberg Libraries Artist Images Series

KUOW arts and culture reporter Marcie Sillman guides a freewheeling, wide-ranging discussion with veteran art critic and eyewitness curator, Matthew Kangas. Kangas will share his observations and experiences of the last four decades and the present moment.

Reception with the artist to follow in the Walker Ames Room. The event and reception are free, but advance registration is required.

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