Photo Dept. Experiments With Greenwood

Seattle University photography students explore varied media to hone their craft, but chances are they don’t spend much time performing musical numbers with video recordings of themselves. Now, thanks to a new addition to the photography department faculty, they just might get that chance. Visual artist Wynne Greenwood, well-known across the U.S., will be joining ...

Being A Working Artist With SUVAIR Hirata

For James Hirata, mindfulness is the key to producing truly great art. As the 2014 Seattle University Visual Artist in Residence (SUVAIR), Hirata is eager to instruct the next generation of up-and-coming artists. During his six-month residency beginning July 7 and ending January 9, Hirata will work with scholars and students from a variety of ...

Critic’s Corner: ‘Locke’

Ivan Locke is a good man. That’s the ultimate conflict in Steven Knight’s new film “Locke,” and it’s surprisingly exhilarating despite its simplicity. Locke (Tom Hardy) is a man with unadulterated drive and endurance and a will that refuses to yield to the world around him. Locke offers no excuses, no explanation: he simply does ...

Cyrus Fiene Makes Music For Cancer Research

If you’ve walked through Seattle University’s Fine Arts building at any point this year, you’ve probably heard Cyrus Fiene practicing piano. For the past nine months, he has been rehearsing four hours a day, seven days a week in preparation for his senior piano recital this Friday. Fiene is dedicating the recital to his mother, ...

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