Exploring Student Art at UW Botanic Gardens, Part 2

A wooden three-walled structure with glass panes and a bench

Recently on the blog, we highlighted a new art installation at the Center for Urban Horticulture, created by Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) candidate Connor Walden. However, Walden isn’t the only artist whose work you can see as you walk around the Center. Quite close to Walden’s work, southwest of Goodfellow Grove and hidden in the shadows of the trees, is a wood and glass three-walled structure with a small bench, shown in the image on the left. 

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Exploring Student Art at UW Botanic Gardens, Part 1

In early summer 2017, Connor Walden, a Master of Fine Arts candidate at the University of Washington in 3D4M (3-dimensional Forum), jumped from concrete into the refreshing water of the Gulf of Mexico, cutting his foot on a sharp oyster shell. When Walden talked with his doctor about the cut, he learned that it was possible that he could contract a fatal infection from it. 

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Artist Rachel Lodge Explores the Carbon Cycle at Miller Library

Imagining the Carbon Cycle with Rachel Lodge Artist Talk on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2018, 6 – 7PM Artist Rachel Lodge will speak about her motivations for making her animation series explaining the carbon cycle and the process she used to create the art works. The Miller Library is open until 8pm on Mondays so guests can view the exhibit before or after the lecture. 

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