Alumni News Update 12.13-12.20.23

Posted on December 12, 2023

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Deborah Barkun BFA ‘89 lead a team that was awarded a $245,900 fellowship from the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage for the 2024 exhibition Enrique Bostelmann: Apertures and Borderscapes, which will take place at the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College.

Mel Bochner BFA ’63 and Jill Kraus BFA ’74 are featured in a New York Times story about artist-patron friendships, having become friends due to the Kraus Campo commission at CMU.

Greg Kessler BFA ’88 has an exhibition of new paintings on view at the Energy Innovation Center in Pittsburgh on Dec 16.

Katharine Kuharic BFA ’84 has a solo exhibition titled “The Foliated Room” opening at PPOW Gallery in New York on Dec 15.

Dana Lok BFA ’11 showed work with Miguel Abreu Gallery at Art Basel Miami Beach, Dec 8-10.

Mary Maggic BSA ’13 published the book “Estrogeni Open Source” with Kabul Editions.

Leah Piepgras MFA ‘97 has a solo exhibition titled “Parts and Pieces” opening at the Essex Art Center in Lawrence, MA, on Jan 13.

Daniel Pillis’s MFA ‘16 work as a graduate student at the MIT Media Lab was profiled in an MIT news video

Stephanie Serpick BFA ’93 exhibited with Marloe Gallery at Aqua Art Miami, Dec 6-10.

Ellen Steinfeld BFA ’67 exhibits in “Diverse Western New York” at the Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University, on view through Mar 17.