Alumni News Update 01.30-02.12.24

Posted on January 26, 2024

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Todd Bartel MFA ’93 has a solo exhibition titled “Landscape Vernacular” at Anna Maria College in Paxton, MA, opening Feb 7.

Magali Duzant BHA ’09 exhibits in “Old School, New Worlds” at SMUSH Gallery in Jersey City, through Feb 15.

Katie Grinnan BFA ’92 lectures at the University of California Irvine, with an additional remote option to join the lecture, on Feb 13.

Noel Hefele BFA ’02 has a solo exhibition titled “Daylighting Tibbetts Brook en Plein Air” at Gallery 505 in the Bronx, NY, through Mar 29.

Deborah Kass BFA ’74 exhibits in “Gertrude Stein and Pablo Picasso: The Invention of Language” at the Musée Du Luxembourg in Paris, through Jan 28.

Tim Kennedy BFA ’77 has a two-person exhibition titled “Shared Spaces” at Indiana University Bloomington’s Grunwald Gallery of Art, through Mar 2.

Maia Palmer BFA ’02 was named the 2024 Delaware Art Educator of the Year by the Delaware Art Education Association.

Celia Reisman BFA ’78 exhibits in “(Re)Focus 2024” a 50-year celebration exhibition at Gross McCleaf Gallery in Philadelphia, through Mar 9.

Charles Ritchie MFA ’80 has an exhibition at BravinLee Programs through Feb 10, which is a preview for a larger solo show in the fall.

Rosabel Rosalind MFA ’23 has a solo exhibition titled “The Sofer: A Tribute to my Zayde” at Rodef Shalom Congregation in Pittsburgh, through Mar 19.

Paul Rouphail BFA ’10 has a solo show titled “Credenza” at Stems Gallery in Paris through Feb 24.

Rebecca Shapass MFA ’23 screened her work in Film Diary NYC’s program “the bell rings, the dog growls” at Millenium Film Workshop on Jan 23.

Grace Simmons BFA ’19 has a solo exhibition titled “Linger On” at Bottom Feeder Books in Pittsburgh, opening Feb 3.

Jina Valentine BFA ’01, in conversation with Kelly Lloyd is featured in BOMB Magazine’s Oral History Project, which is dedicated to collecting, documenting, and preserving the stories of distinguished visual artists of the African Diaspora.

Ryan Woodring BFA ’10 exhibits in “This Generation: An Exhibition of Code-Based Practices” at Sunaparanta Goa Center for the Arts in Panjabi, India, through Mar 31.