Alumni News Update 11.28-12.11.23

Posted on November 27, 2023

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Heather Binder BFA ’91 exhibited in the September annex show at Fountain Street Gallery in Boston.

Margaret Cox BFA ’97 will present a live electronics performance titled “Twenty-Two to Two” at the Mattress Factory Museum on December 2.

Nkechi Ebubedike BFA ’06 presents work at Dumbo House in Brooklyn on Dec 1.

Nicholas Galanin and Merritt Johnson BFA ’02 withdrew work from the National Gallery of Art in protest of the United States government’s support of Israel’s bombardment of Gaza.

Christina Lee BFA ’14 published her first editorial illustration with the New York Times.

Jenny Lee BFA ’00 exhibits in “Truth is Stranger” at Adler Beatty gallery in New York City, through Dec 20.

Chelsea Lupkin BFA ’12 joined the roster of directors at Greenpoint Pictures.

Mary Maggic BSA ’13 exhibits in “Bordering Plants” at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, on view through Feb 18.

Everest Pipkin MFA ’18 was commissioned to create a new game for “No Quarter,” presented by NYU Game Center, which premiered on Nov 17.

Sarah Stengle BFA ’84 participated in the 25th edition of Salon Page(s Artist Book Fair at Palais de la Femme in Paris, Nov 24-26.

Dan Wilcox MFA ’13, aka robotcowboy, performed at iterative ßpace #2 – Live Coding Concert in Karlsruhe, Germany on November 19.