The Washburn Review

Hostile Terrain 94 – Interactive Mulvane Art Museum Exhibit about events at U.S. southern border

August 4, 2020

The three-month event centers around an interactive multimedia museum exhibit consisting of about 4,000 handwritten toe tags representing migrants who have died trying to cross the southern U.S. border between 1994 and 2019. These...

For all ages: Coloring books aren't just for kids. For a quick and easy destressing activity, pick up an adult coloring book for those moments you have in between commitments on a busy day.

Using art to destress

March 20, 2020

Michael Allen: Constructing perspective at the Mulvane

Kodee Christensen

February 18, 2020

For anyone who has been to the Mulvane Museum chances are you’ve ogled and gawked at masterpieces ranging from photography to sculptures to relics and paintings. While your focus was on the artwork itself, hours were spent conce...

Evolution of art since the 1920s

Kodee Christensen

February 11, 2020

The world of art is intricate and potentially difficult to understand from an outside perspective. It sometimes helps to look to the past in order to better understand the present.As we enter a new decade, the time is ideal to ...

Pushing the boundaries of art: Wonaje Lee

Kodee Christensen

January 28, 2020

Assistant professor of graphic design Wonjae Lee arrived at Washburn University in 2017 and brought his expertise and knack for artistic revelation with him. “I studied electrical engineering [at University of Iowa] until I chang...