The Washburn Review

A Modern Twist Brought to Topeka’s Oldest Gallery

September 18, 2018

Modern printmaking is bringing a fresh, new look to the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery located in the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library from Sep. 7 to Oct. 21.The Sabatini Gallery is currently hosting The Printed Image 7 ...

Senior fuels muse in final gallery talk of semester

Josh Setchel

December 13, 2016

As the first snowfall of the Fall 2016 season entered its final stretch on Wednesday morning, a handful of brave individuals gathered on the upper level of Washburn’s Art Building to hear senior Jessica McAtarian, showcase h...

Sheldon Malicke’s “Paradoxical Unification” marries an artist with craft

Lisa Herdman

October 19, 2016

“Paradoxical Unification,” a gallery focused on the married ideas of Sheldon Malicke and the influence his parents had on his view of both nature and technology, displays in the John R. Adams Gallery Oct. 10 to 21. ...

‘Zak Barnes: At Home in Bazaar’ welcomes the weird

Andrew Shermoen

September 7, 2016

To embrace life’s incongruences is to be completely free. This is surely the thinking behind Mulvane Art Museum’s newest exhibit “Zak Barnes: At Home in Bazaar.” The exhibition opened July 12 and closed Sept. 3. It ...

April artist of the month showcases Venitian masks

Lisa Herdman

April 21, 2016

Anastasia Jessalee Bell is a freshman bachelor of arts teaching and graphic design double major and has been named Artist of the Month in April by the leaders of the Washburn Art Student Association. Bell’s work will...

Soon-to-be Homecoming King Alex Crume, math education major, and Queen Carly Willis, senior mass media, wave to parade watchers on MacVicar Avenue.

2014 Homecoming Parade

October 24, 2014