Live theater returns to UW Tacoma with "The Happiest Song Plays Last," in a collaboration with Tacoma Little Theater and Toy Boat Theatre.
In their new book, Mary Hanneman and Lisa Hoffman share the history of Tacoma's Nihonmachi and the Japanese Language School once located on what is now the UW Tacoma campus.
Theater at UW Tacoma goes virtual with the upcoming performance of "The Book of Andy."
How do you do theater during a pandemic? Maria-Tania Bandes-Becerra Weingarden has some ideas.
Just like a collage, UW Tacoma senior Stacey Fernandez is adding new pieces to her self-portrait: college graduate and soon-to-be master's student.
A new, permanent public art work, entitled “All the Rivers in the World,” stretches more than 250 feet through the UW Tacoma campus along the Prairie Line Trail.
A Picasso drawing in the UW Tacoma Library has traveled from Paris to Hiroshima to Tacoma in the name of peace.
A guide to public art on the UW Tacoma campus lists more than 80 works by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Dale Chihuly, Gerard Tsutakawa and Dawoud Bey.
UW Tacoma honors the story of the city's Japanese Language School with a memorial on campus, Maru, by Gerard Tsutakawa.
UW Tacoma is partnering with the Museum of Glass to offer a basic introduction to studio glass making methods, using the museum's world-renowned Hot Shop.