Perspectives: Seiko Atsuta Purdue, papermaking and fiber arts

a woman in a pink blouse smiles at a person off camera. The woman is standing in a fiber arts studio.

Date and Time

Thu, Nov 3, 2022 - 5:00pm

Seiko Atsuta Purdue is Professor of Fibers/Fabrics in the Department of Art and Art History at Western Washington University. Seiko’s presentation will draw upon her extensive knowledge of Japanese papermaking, her artmaking using paper, and relevant topics on the exhibition Looking Up: The Skyviewing Sculptures of Isamu Noguchi.

Seiko will hold her talk in Fine Arts 238, after which attendees will be given the opportunity to explore the exhibition in the Western Gallery.

About Perspectives

The Perspectives series invites WWU scholars from a range of backgrounds and interests to lead informal 45-minute discussions inspired by the current exhibition. The series emphasizes the unique ability of the arts to stimulate interdisciplinary connections and conversations. Perspectives are free and open to the public.

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