Art Events on Campus this Fall!

A digital exhibition of artwork by Sam Fox School of Art and Design MFA students will launch on September 20. The show, entitled, "A Transitory Space" will feature artwork completed by MFA students between their first and second year in the program, a transitory space indeed. The artworks will be accompanied by critical essays written by graduate students from the Department of Art History and Archaeology. 
On Friday 10/16,  2-4pm CT, the Divided City-funded project Laboratory for Suburbia presents its first "Sprawl Session," an online discussion of suburban "white space" featuring architects Keith Krumwiede and Bryony Roberts, artists Sarah Paulsen, Dread Scott and lauren woods, the collective For Freedoms, historian Walter Johnson, and curator Gavin Kroeber. To learn more about the event and to RSVP, visit, which contains the link to RSVP. 

Wash U is also pleased to be one of the hosting partners for Hostile Terrain 94, a multi-sited interactive memorial to the migrants who have been lost while crossing the southern U.S. border. The Fall event series kicks off with our September 24th streaming of the documentary Border South and will culminate in a community-wide reflection/remembrance on October 23rd. Those interested in participating in the project, whether virtually or in-person (all welcome) can fill out the following survey: Please see for all times and relevant information.