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Sung Rok Choi’s MFA ‘12 work “Great Chain of Being” is playing in Paradise City, Korea Apr 30 – May 1, May 4-5, and May 7-8.
J Houston BHA ‘18 has a solo exhibition titled “Tuck and Roll” at The Java Project in New York City, through May 30.
Laura Karetzky BFA ‘87 exhibits in “Painting the Narrative” at the National Arts Club in New York City, opening May 4.
Keith Lafuente BFA ‘14 was interviewed by De:Formal.
Dana Lok BFA ’11 is presenting a solo show with Clima Gallery at Frieze New York, May 5-9.
Jay Miriam BFA ‘12 exhibits in “Clean Slate” at Gruin Gallery, through July 5.
Annie Patterson BFA ‘80 and her husband Peter Blood are the subject of a new documentary titled “Rise Up and Sing.”
Ann Rosenthal MFA ‘99 exhibits in “Flying High” at Christine Frechard Gallery in Pittsburgh.
Grace Simmons BFA ’19 shows her work “The Year That Passed” in the CineYouth festival, organized by the Chicago International Film Festival, May 6-13.
Forbes published a feature on Jeffrey Augustine Songco’s BFA ‘05 installation at the Mattress Factory.
Phoenix’s NPR station, KJZZ, spoke with Jen Urso BFA ’96 about her cactus maps of Phoenix.