Alumni News Update 02.13-02.26.24

Posted on February 8, 2024

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Sung Rok Choi MFA ’12, Jaewook Lee MFA ’15, Alex Lukas MFA ’18, and Marlena Novak BFA ’79 present at the College Art Association’s annual conference in Chicago, Feb 14-17.

Sung Rok Choi MFA ’12 has a solo exhibition titled “The World Builder” at The Square in Seoul, Korea, through Mar 23.

Jen DeLuna BFA ’21 exhibits in “The Big Softie” at Soft Times in San Francisco, CA, through Feb 24.

Max Gonzalez BFA ’16 painted a mural on the corner of Smithfield and Forbes for the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership.

Cindy Hsu BFA ’18 exhibits in “Maiden’s Prayer” at Thomas VanDyke Gallery in New York, through Feb 29.

Nahyun Kim BFA ’12, as part of the Dong Ji Collective, exhibits at Swim Gallery in San Francisco, opening Feb 17.

Ted McCann BFA ’93 exhibits in “Socle Du Monde” at Upper Market Gallery in San Francisco, through Feb 19.

Oscar Peters MFA ’12 presented an outdoor sculpture at Art Rotterdam, Feb 1-4.

Celia Reisman BFA ’78 has a solo exhibition of painting opening at Paul Thiebaud Gallery in San Francisco on Feb 17.

Susan Schwalb BFA ’65 exhibits in “Line Into Space” at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, through April.

Jeffrey Augustine Songco BFA ’05 has a solo exhibition titled “Mr. Society of 23” at the Saugatuck Center for the Arts, opening Feb 9.

Joni Sullivan BHA ’17 exhibits in “Death Card” at Big Ramp and Information Space in Philadelphia, through Mar 10.

Rexy Tseng BFA ’09 exhibits in “The Spring Exhibition” at Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Denmark, through Mar 3.

Jina Valentine’s BFA ’01 site-specific commission “… a murmuration” was installed at O’Hare airport.

Dan Wilcox MFA ’13 presented a series of artificial intelligence/machine learning experiments and gave a short artist talk at ZKM Center for Art and Media’s Open House on Feb 4.