Alumni News Update 02.27-03.11.24

Posted on February 26, 2024

Four close ups of artworks: painting of a group of women, paper rubbing of plants, painting of a waterfall, and a painting of a stick of butter.

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Margery Amdur BFA ‘79 has a solo exhibition and community project titled “Seams to be Constructed” at Rutgers University, through Apr 12.

Lelia Byron BFA ’13 has a solo exhibition titled “Anatomy of an Artist and Their Artificial Self” at Rochester Institute of Technology, through Mar 22.

Hilda Demsky BFA ’58 exhibits her work “The Gratitude Project: Paintings and Poetry of the Poet Laureates” at the Larchmont Library, through Dec 27. In March, the exhibition will travel to Iona College Art Gallery in New Rochelle, NY.

Cassandra C. Jones MFA ’04 exhibits in “Digital Pop: Moving Lightly” at the Ojai Valley Museum, through Apr 7.

Dana Lok BFA ’11 exhibits in “Emotional Intelligence II” at Polina Berlin Gallery in New York, through Mar 31.

Samantha Mack BFA ‘18 has a solo exhibition titled “Filum” opening at the Averitt Center for the Arts in Statesboro, GA on Mar 7.

Erin Mallea MFA ’19 spoke on the panel “Solutions for a More Sustainable World” at Carlow University on Feb 26.

Adam Milner MFA ’17 exhibits in “A Secret Theater” at Greene House Gallery in Brooklyn, through Mar 3.

Mark Baugh Sasaki BFA ’04 exhibits in “Reflecting on Ruth Asawa and the Garden of Remembrance” at San Francisco State University, through Apr 6.

Susan Schwalb BFA ’65 exhibits her “Creation” series at East End Temple in New York City, through June.

Lizzee Solomon BFA ’11 has a solo exhibition at Lohr Gallery in Wilkinsburg, opening Mar 16.

James Southard MFA ’11 was awarded an Artist Professional Development Grant from Great Meadows Foundation.

Renée Stout BFA ’80 will give a virtual artist lecture organized by the Zuckerman Museum of Art on Mar 5.

Jina Valentine BFA ’01 exhibits in “Loose Threads” at Bombon Projects in Barcelona, Spain, through Mar 2.