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Open call for Black and Indigenous artists in Washington State, the Pacific Northwest, South Africa and Uganda.
Fred Hutch is putting out a call for interested Black and Indigenous visual artists from now until Tuesday, March 22, 2022. The selected artists will each create commissioned artwork informed by our Community Dialogues to be displayed across the Fred Hutch Seattle campus and featured in public and community program materials. Selected artists will receive $5,000 for their commission and participation in the program. Learn more.
Enjoy these stories about a few of our dedicated and essential colleagues who have been working tirelessly during the pandemic.
Peter Mooka, senior study coordinator, helps principal investigators conduct research on Kaposi sarcoma at the UCI-Fred Hutch Collaboration. Read the story.
Isma Lubega is the driver for the HCRI-Uganda staff and UCI-Fred Hutch Collaboration, and his role is vital in helping researchers and study participants get to and from the UCI campus and other regional clinics to work on cancer and infectious disease-related projects and receive treatments. Read the story.
Andrea Towlerton is a project manager in the Warren Lab and Acting Lab Director for the UCI-Fred Hutch Collaboration, who has been working relentlessly throughout the pandemic as an essential worker of Fred Hutch, including playing an integral role in setting up SARS-CoV-2 testing at the UCI-Fred Hutch Cancer Centre. Read the story.