Alumni News Update 04.30-05.13.24

Posted on April 29, 2024

Welcome to the bi-weekly Alumni News Update! This is the last update of the spring semester, and we will be pausing for the summer.

Jamie Adams BFA ’83 exhibits in “Moreover: 50 Paintings, pt 2” curated by Michelle Grabner at The Green Gallery in Milwaukee, WI, through May 11.

Lena Chen’s MFA ’22 film “The Last Mayor of Chinatown” won the grand prize in the short film competition at the CMU International Film Festival.

Jen DeLuna BFA ’21 exhibits in the three person exhibition “Ghost Dance” at IRL Gallery in New York, through May 12.

Magali Duzant BHA ’09, Alex Lukas MFA ’18, and Marc Fischer BFA ’93 all had work at Printed Matter’s New York Art Book Fair, Apr 25-28.

Hank Ehrenfried BFA ’14 has a solo exhibition titled “Nine and a Half” at Auxier Kline Gallery in New York, through May 24.

Jacob Feige BHA ’02 has a solo exhibition titled “Lovers” at Pentimenti Gallery in Philadelphia, through June 8.

Jacquelyn Johnson BFA ’20 was accepted in the Master of Fine Arts in Image Text Program at Cornell University and will begin in June.

Dana Kleinman BFA ’97 and Ruth Avra, as KX2, exhibit in “Near the Rivers There are Many Large Springs” at the Coral Springs Museum of Art, through July 20.

Jaewook Lee’s MFA ’15 film “Ana Mendieta Might” won Best Experimental Work and Ryan Woodring’s BFA ’10 film “spot healing” won Best AI Work at the West Virginia Mountaineer Short Film Festival.

Lucia Nhamo MFA ’15 participates in “Eat With Your Eyes” at Gallery 263 in Cambridge, MA, on view through May 25.

Samantha Olschan BFA ’03 exhibits in “Variations 2024” at the Marblehead Arts Association, through June 16.

Zak Prekop BFA ’01 had a solo exhibition titled “Painting What I Did” at Maxwell Graham Gallery in New York, Mar 6- Apr 20.

Laurie Shapiro BFA ’12 has a solo exhibition titled “The Renaissance of the Feminine Divine” at SACI Gallery in Florence, Italy.

Ruth Stanford MFA ‘04 received a Fulbright Scholar Award to spend eight months in Germany to produce a series of zines and a website highlighting both relics of colonialism in Germany’s urban landscape and contemporary artists dealing with anti-colonial topics.

Barbara Strasen BFA ’63 has a solo exhibition at Susan Eley Fine Art in Hudson, NY, opening May 16.

Huidi Xiang’s MFA ’21 work will be included in the AIM Biennial at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, opening Apr 12.