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Jamie Adams BFA ‘83 has a solo exhibition at Zolla Lieberman Gallery in Chicago, opening Sept 9.
Lauren F. Adams MFA ‘07 exhibits in “Not in Repose: A Reckoning, A Moment, A Fury” at Goodyear Arts in Charlotte, NC through Sept 16.
Arden Bendler Browning BFA ‘97 has a solo exhibition “Wayfinding” at Bridgette Mayer Gallery in Philadelphia, PA, through Oct 22.
The Heinz History Center accessioned work by the late Barbara Boyd Carter BFA ‘54.
Marianne Hoffmeister Castro MFA ‘22 was awarded the 2022-23 St. Elmo Arts Residency and Fellowship from the University of Texas at Austin.
Mairead Dambruch BFA ‘20 exhibits in “On My Way – Sharing Experiences” at Gallery Under the Mango Tree in Berlin, Germany, through Sept 25.
Hilda Demsky BFA ‘58 exhibits in “Shifting Balance” at the New York Artists Equity Association Inc., opening Sept 10.
Hank Ehrenfried BFA ‘14 has a solo exhibition “Fold Upon Fold” at Auxier Kline Gallery in New York City, opening Sept 8.
Jeffrey Konigsberg BFA ‘91 opened his own teaching art studio, Hudson Heights Art Studio, in New York City.
Lynn Charlotte Lu BFA ‘99 had a two person exhibition “Emote / Icon” at Grey Projects in Singapore, July 2 – Aug 6.
Ryan Murray BFA ‘05 won Best 360 Film in the Amsterdam International Film Festival for his virtual reality music video Tricycle Bicycle Cycle “Out of Context.”
Rew (Rachel Wagner) BFA ‘13 has a video projection as part of Night Lights Denver, through September.
An interview with Barbara Rosenthal BFA ‘70 was published in Whitehot Magazine.
Paul Rouphail MFA ‘10 has a solo exhibition “A Nearer Sun” at Jack Barrett Gallery in New York City, opening Sept 9.
Nick Sardo BFA ‘16 was named a 2022-23 Brew House Association Distillery Artist in Residence.
Rob Southard’s MFA ‘11 work was featured on the cover of Ace Magazine, which also includes an interview with him.
Sherri Wolfgang BFA ‘83 currently has work on view at the George Billis Gallery in Westport, CT through Sept 10 and recently had work on view at M.A. Doran Gallery in Tulsa, OK.